Journey of Apollo 11 mission unfolded
NASHIK: The first step by a man on the moon is a historic event and 50 years have been completed for this event recently. The scientists from the National Space Society in America unfolded this historic journey in interaction through a video conferencing on Sunday.
Students and their parents experienced various features and characteristics of this mission. Apollo 11 spacecraft had landed on the moon 50 years ago and many doubts about the moon were cleared. Students heard the experiences of this journey from the scientists.
The man had landed on the moon through Apollo 11 spacecraft on July 16, 1969. As 50 years have been completed for this, NASA and research institutes across the world have organised various programmes to mark this. National Space Society, Nashik Chapter and MVP Sanstha took part in this programme through the video conferencing. Many students and space lovers were present.
Ron Johns, Peter Cock, Stephen Akerley and other scientists from America provided their guidance through the video conferencing. They unfolded the start of the Apollo 11 mission, its journey to the moon.
National Space Society, Nashik Chapter’s Avinash Shirode, Dr. Omprakash Kulkarni, Vijay Baviskar and education officer of MVP S K Shinde were present for the programme.