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Tuesday, June 18, 2019

NASA claims, many secrets of the open bridges from the moon brought with the moon and stones


NASA claims, many secrets of the open bridges from the moon brought with the moon and stones
Almost 50 years ago, the soil and stone samples of the Moon collected by space scientist Neil Armstrong, in NASA's Mission Apollo 11, have helped us a lot in changing our understanding of the universe. NASA's Apollo astronauts collected 842 pounds (382 kg) of clay and stone during this time of their six campaigns on the moon between 1969 and 1972 and brought the material to Earth.

Now they have said that all these samples have helped us a lot in understanding the universe. NASA astronomer Samuel Lawrence claimed this. According to NASA astronomer Samuel Laurence, these stones found on the moon are one of the most valuable things on Earth. Lawrence, who worked at Houston's Johnson Space Center, told in a media interview that "the stone found on the moon is Rosette Stone of the Solar System." This is the basis of astronomy.

However, people should appreciate that the study of samples from Apollo missions was so egoistic to understand the solar system and the universe around us. Many discoveries in astronomy that we can do, not only on the Moon but also on Mercury, Mars and some petty planets, all of these research are directly related to some of the results achieved during Apollo missions.

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