Washington – Us space agency NASA released a powerful video of Us astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin stepping on the moon. The footprints of the two astronauts are still surprisingly clear on the moon after 53 years.
“Today is the anniversary of Apollo landing on the moon,” NASA said in a message on Twitter on World Moon Day on Wednesday. When humans first stepped to another level.
The video from the Lunar Reconience Arbutter shows footprints of astronauts still there’. “Apollo 11 is the most known mission, but the missions sent earlier paved the way for the mission, including robotic missions such as the River and The Sarware, including missions sent with a crew of Apollo 8, 9, and 10, testing the entry into and exiting the moon’s orbit,” NASA wrote. The arbitrator has been studying the moon since 2009 and has sent data of a much larger, 1.4-petabyte volume to earth than other missions of the agency. According to some estimates, a petabyte is equal to 500 billion standard printed pages.