When did NASA first put an astronaut on the moon?

Answer On the 20th of July, 1969.

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When were ocean tides first correlated with the moon?

Johannes Kepler was the first person to discover the link between the tides and the moon. In his 1609 work "De Stella Martis," he pointed out the gravitational work between the Earth and the moon t... Read More »

Which camera fitted with ZEISS lenses were used when first man put his foot on the moon?

Zoom. It's the amount of times it can make something bigger like 2x or 5x, the higher the number the more it can zoom in.There are 2 types of Zoom: Optical and Digital.Optical Zoom is more importan... Read More »

When NASA was communicating with astronauts on the Moon the time from sending to receiving was 1.28 s What is the distance to the Moon based on this?

The radio signals travel at the speed of light, approximately 300,000 km/sec (186,000 mi/sec). The distance would be 1.28 x 300,000 or about 384,000 kilometers.*The actual time is an estimate, and ... Read More »

Who were the first to study the sun and the moon?

The ancient Babylonians were the first to study astrology, according to "The Babylonian Theory of the Planets" by N.M. Swerdlow. The sun and moon became objects of study as early as the second mill... Read More »