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  1. For the EVA early, thinking that they would be unable to sleep. Lunar, surface ,operations The astronauts planned placement of the Early Apollo Scientific
  2. Time (UTC),which is used for civil timekeeping all over the Earth's, surface , and for Terrestrial Time, which is used for astronomical calculations. Since
  3. Area: 3.19 % of the area is water, making Alabama twenty-third in the amount of, surface ,water, also giving it the second-largest inland waterway system in the United
  4. Extraction. Though the chance of bringing back pathogens from the lunar, surface ,was considered remote, it was considered a possibility and NASA took great
  5. To return lunar soil back to Earth. The Russian craft crashed on the lunar, surface ,at 15:50 UT — just a few hours before the scheduled American liftoff. In a race
  6. Collected rock samples using scoops and tongs on extension handles. Many of the, surface ,activities took longer than expected, so they had to stop documenting sample
  7. Also made the observation that when the distance between the aperture and the, surface ,with the image increased, the image was magnified. Chance and spontaneity
  8. Down to about 0.05. A typical comet nucleus has an albedo of 0.04. Such a dark, surface ,is thought to be indicative of a primitive and heavily space weathered surface
  9. A total area of about, it covers approximately twenty percent of the Earth's, surface ,and about twenty-six percent of its water surface area. The first part of its
  10. Percent of the Earth's surface and about twenty-six percent of its water, surface ,area. The first part of its name refers to Atlas of Greek mythology, making the
  11. Unmanned Soviet spacecraft in lunar orbit, began its own descent to the lunar, surface , Launched only three days before the Apollo 11 mission, this was the third
  12. Approaching the zero of a black body. When seen from a distance, the ocean, surface ,has a low albedo, as do most forests, while desert areas have some of the
  13. And presented a tripping hazard throughout the EVA. Aldrin joined him on the, surface ,and tested methods for moving around, including two-footed kangaroo hops. The
  14. Deterioration and loss of the reef. Sea sponges Green Algae live close to the, surface ,of some sponges, for example, breadcrumb sponge (Hypochondria panacea). The
  15. Shaken vigorously for at least one minute. It is then allowed to sit on a flat, surface ,for a day or so until the soil has settled into layers or remains in suspension
  16. The Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter imaged the various Apollo landing sites on the, surface ,of the Moon with sufficient resolution to see the descent stages of the lunar
  17. On July 21. Their Lunar Module, Eagle,spent 21 hours 31 minutes on the lunar, surface , while Collins remained in orbit in the Command/Service Module, Columbia. The
  18. Major water masses. The North and South Atlantic central waters make up the, surface , The sub-Antarctic intermediate water extends to depths of. The North Atlantic
  19. Recordings of the original slow scan source transmission from the lunar, surface ,were accidentally destroyed during routine magnetic tape re-use at NASA.
  20. Power of a perfectly black surface , to 1 for perfect reflection of a white, surface , Albedo depends on the frequency of the radiation. When quoted unqualified, it
  21. Connects it to the Pacific Ocean. The. Covering approximately 22 % of Earth's, surface , the Atlantic is second in size to the Pacific. With its adjacent seas, it
  22. Surface is thought to be indicative of a primitive and heavily space weathered, surface ,containing some organic compounds. The overall albedo of the Moon is around
  23. Traveled beyond Low Earth orbit, to either lunar or trans-lunar orbit or to the, surface ,of the moon; three of the 24 did so twice: Jim Lovell, John Young and Eugene
  24. Buzz Aldrin, on Apollo 11,self-communicated Presbyterian Communion on the, surface ,of the moon after landing; he refrained from mentioning this publicly for
  25. Water or air via their skin. To enable sufficient cutaneous respiration,the, surface ,of their highly vascularized skin must remain moist in order for the oxygen to
  26. Of a number of a people ... All you see is the three of us, but beneath the, surface ,are thousands and thousands of others, and to all of those, I would like to say
  27. For Apollo missions was planned as a nominal circular orbit above the Moon's, surface , Initial lunar orbit insertion was an ellipse with a periling of and an around
  28. 35 %, because of the covering by clouds, but varies widely locally across the, surface , depending on the geological and environmental features. The term is derived
  29. Power of a surface . It is defined as the ratio of reflected radiation from the, surface ,to incident radiation upon it. Being a dimensionless fraction, it may also be
  30. Differently from typical terrestrial materials. The reflectivity of a water, surface ,is calculated using the Fresnel equations (see graph). At the scale of the
  31. Agents, as their hydrophobic nature means that water cannot reach the metal, surface , Many solid alkanes find use as paraffin wax, for example, in candles. This
  32. In the eastern and northern hemispheres. It covers 8.7 % of the Earth's total, surface ,area (or 30 % of its land area) and with approximately 3.879 billion people
  33. West of their target point. Five minutes into the descent burn, and above the, surface ,of the Moon, the LM navigation and guidance computer distracted the crew with
  34. Water characteristics On average, the Atlantic is the saltiest major ocean;, surface ,water salinity in the open ocean ranges from 33 to 37 parts per thousand (3.3
  35. Began, Armstrong and Aldrin found that they were passing landmarks on the, surface ,4 seconds early and reported that they were" long ": they would land miles
  36. The TV camera, and at 02:56 UTC (10:56pm EDT) he set his left foot on the, surface , The first landing used slow-scan television incompatible with commercial TV
  37. Of Representatives and the other to the Senate, that had been carried to the, surface ,of the Moon with them. Spacecraft location The command module is displayed at
  38. Through diapers at the bottom of the Dead Sea, which comes occasionally to the, surface ,through seismic activity in blocks of up to 100 tons in weight which are more
  39. Season. Evaporation, precipitation,river inflow and sea ice melting influence, surface ,salinity values. Although the salinity values are just north of the equator (
  40. Is measured on a scale from zero for no reflecting power of a perfectly black, surface , to 1 for perfect reflection of a white surface . Albedo depends on the
  41. Once per hour along its long axis to ensure even heat distribution across the, surface ,of the spacecraft. In direct sunlight, the spacecraft could be heated to over
  42. 16 mm landing film. File: A11v 1092338. Ogg|Neil Armstrong describes the Moon's, surface ,before setting foot on it. File: A11v 1094228. Ogg|Buzz Aldrin steps onto the
  43. EMU, the spacesuit and backpack that was our small spacecraft out on the lunar, surface , We would like to give special thanks to all those Americans who built the
  44. BRDF) may be required to characterize the scattering properties of a, surface ,accurately, although the albedo is a very useful first approximation. The
  45. Production occupies 70 % of all land used for agriculture, or 30 % of the land, surface ,of the planet. It is one of the largest sources of greenhouse gases
  46. Of the sites that originally received the Moon broadcast. After describing the, surface ,dust as" fine and almost like a powder ", six and a half hours after landing.
  47. The astronauts lifted film and two sample boxes containing more than of lunar, surface ,material to the LM hatch using a flat cable pulley device called the Lunar
  48. Or reflection coefficient, is the diffuse reflectivity or reflecting power of a, surface , It is defined as the ratio of reflected radiation from the surface to incident
  49. Decayed, resulting in it impacting in an" uncertain location" on the lunar, surface , The location is uncertain because the Eagle ascent stage was not tracked after
  50. Armstrong opened the hatch, and at 02:51 UTC began his descent to the lunar, surface , The Remote Control Unit controls on his chest kept him from seeing his feet.

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