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အပိုလို ၁၁ ကမ္ဘာ့ဆွဲအား၏ ၁/၆ သာရှိသော လဆွဲအားအောက်တွင်လှုပ်ရှားရသည်မှာ အတုပြုလုပ်လေ့ကျင့်ခဲ့သည်ထက်ပိုမိုလွယ်ကူကြောင်း၊ လှည့်လည်သွားလာရန်အတွက်မည်သည့်လုံးဝအခက်အခဲမရှိကြောင်း အမ်းစထရောင်းကဆိုသည်။ [27] Aldrin joined him on the surface and tested methods for moving around, including two-footed kangaroo hops. The PLSS backpack created a tendency to tip backwards, but neither astronaut had serious problems maintaining balance. Loping became the preferred method of movement. The astronauts reported that they needed to plan their movements six or seven steps ahead. The fine soil was quite slippery. Aldrin remarked that moving from sunlight into Eagle's shadow produced no temperature change inside the suit, though the helmet was warmer in sunlight, so he felt cooler in shadow.[27]
အပိုလို ၁၁ The astronauts planned placement of the Early Apollo Scientific Experiment Package (EASEP)[23] and the U.S. flag by studying their landing site through Eagle's twin triangular windows, which gave them a 60° field of view. Preparation required longer than the two hours scheduled. Armstrong initially had some difficulties squeezing through the hatch with his Portable Life Support System (PLSS). According to veteran moon-walker John Young, a redesign of the LM to incorporate a smaller hatch had not been followed by a redesign of the PLSS backpack, so some of the highest heart rates recorded from Apollo astronauts occurred during LM egress and ingress.[24][25]
မီယာအာကာသစခန်း [[File:Mir unpressurised elements.jpg|thumb|The Travers radar antenna, "Sofora" girder, VDU thruster block, SPK unit and a "Strela" crane, alongside "Kvant"-2 and "Priroda"|alt=A partial view of a space station, with two modules visible. The vertically aligned module has a large, dish-shaped antenna projecting from it, and a large truss can be seen horizontally behind it, with a white box-shaped device mounted to the end. The horizontal module has a smaller truss mounted to the end of it, with a white backpack attached to this. The module also features two large solar arrays and a number of cameras mounted to a unit on the distal end of it. Another solar array is visible behind this module.]]
မီယာအာကာသစခန်း Each module was also fitted with a number of external components specific to the experiments that were carried out within that module, the most obvious being the Travers antenna mounted to "Priroda". This [[synthetic aperture radar]] consisted of a large dish-like framework mounted to the exterior of the module, with associated equipment within, used for Earth observations experiments, as was most of the other equipment on "Priroda", including various radiometers and scan platforms. "Kvant"-2 also featured a number of scan platforms and was also fitted with a mounting bracket to which the [[Astronaut Propulsion Unit#Soviet SPK|cosmonaut manoeuvring unit]], or "Ikar", was mated. This backpack was designed to assist cosmonauts in moving around the station and the planned "Buran" in a manner similar to the U.S. [[Manned Maneuvering Unit]], but it was only used once, during [[Mir EO-5|EO-5]].
မီယာအာကာသစခန်း After a delay of 40 days due to problems with a batch of computer chips, "Kvant"-2 was launched on 26 November 1989. After problems deploying the craft's solar array and with the automated docking systems on both "Kvant"-2 and "Mir", the new module was docked manually on 6 December. "Kvant"-2 added a second set of gyrodines to "Mir", and also carried the new life support systems for recycling water and generating oxygen on board the station, reducing its dependence on resupply from the ground. The module also featured a large airlock with a one-metre hatch. A special backpack unit (known as "Ikar"), an equivalent of the U.S. [[Manned Maneuvering Unit|MMU]], was located inside "Kvant"-2's airlock.