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အပိုလို ၁၁ The crew of Apollo 11 in quarantine after returning to Earth, visited by Richard Nixon.
ပြည်တွင်းသောင်းကျန်းမှုသမိုင်း စတင်တိုက်ခိုက်၍ ဖက်ဆစ်တော်လှန်ရေး စတင် လိုက်ကြသည်။ နောက်တစ်နေ့တွင် ဗုံပေါက်သာကျော် တို့လူစုသည် မေဂျာကရူး (Major Crew)၊ ကိုညိုထွန်း၊
အပိုလို ၁၁ After the crew of Apollo 10 named their spacecraft Charlie Brown and Snoopy, assistant manager for public affairs Julian Scheer wrote to Manned Spacecraft Center director George M. Low to suggest the Apollo 11 crew be less flippant in naming their craft. During early mission planning, the names Snowcone and Haystack were used and put in the news release,[6] but the crew later decided to change them.
မီယာအာကာသစခန်း The [[Mir EO-10|EO-10]] crew, launched aboard [[Soyuz TM-13]] on 2 October 1991, was the last crew to launch from the USSR and continued the occupation of "Mir" through the fall of the [[Soviet Union]]. The crew is notable for having launched as Soviet citizens and returning to earth as Russians. The newly formed [[Russian Federal Space Agency]] (Roskosmos) was unable to finance the unlaunched "[[Spektr]]" and "[[Priroda]]" modules, instead putting them into storage and ending "Mir's" second expansion.
ဆိုယုဇ်အာကာသယာဉ် A hatch between it and the descent module can be closed so as to isolate it to act as an airlock if needed, crew members exiting through its side port (near the descent module). On the launch pad, the crew enter the spacecraft through this port.
မီယာအာကာသစခန်း The 3 February launch of , flying [[STS-63]], opened operations on "Mir" for 1995. Referred to as the "near-"Mir"" mission, the mission saw the first rendezvous of a space shuttle with "Mir" as the orbiter approached within of the station as a dress rehearsal for later docking missions and for equipment testing. Five weeks after "Discovery"'s departure, the [[Mir EO-18|EO-18]] crew, including the first U.S. cosmonaut [[Norman Thagard]], arrived in [[Soyuz TM-21]]. The EO-17 crew left a few days later, with Polyakov completing his record-breaking 437-day spaceflight. During EO-18, the "[[Spektr]]" science module (which served as living and working space for American astronauts) was launched aboard a [[Proton rocket]] and docked to the station, carrying research equipment from America and other nations. The expedition's crew returned to Earth aboard following the first Shuttle–"Mir" docking mission, [[STS-71]]. "Atlantis", launched on 27 June 1995, successfully docked with "Mir" on 29 June becoming the first U.S. spacecraft to dock with a Russian spacecraft since the [[Apollo-Soyuz Test Project|ASTP]] in 1975. The orbiter delivered the [[Mir EO-19|EO-19]] crew and returned the EO-18 crew to Earth. The [[Mir EO-20|EO-20]] crew were launched on 3 September, followed in November by the arrival of the docking module during [[STS-74]].
ကျူးဘားဒုံးပျံအရေးအခင်း Although Anderson was the only combatant fatality during the crisis, 11 crew members of three reconnaissance Boeing RB-47 Stratojets of the 55th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing were also killed in crashes during the period between September 27 and November 11, 1962. Further, seven crew died when a MATS Boeing C-135B Stratolifter delivering ammunition to Guantanamo Bay Naval Base stalled and crashed on approach on October 23.
ဆိုယုဇ်အာကာသယာဉ် Soyuz TMA (A: антропометрический, "Antropometricheskii" meaning anthropometric) features several changes to accommodate requirements requested by NASA in order to service the International Space Station, including more latitude in the height and weight of the crew and improved parachute systems. It is also the first expendable vehicle to feature "glass cockpit" technology. Soyuz-TMA looks identical to a Soyuz-TM spacecraft on the outside, but interior differences allow it to accommodate taller occupants with new adjustable crew couches.
မီယာအာကာသစခန်း The atmosphere on board "Mir" was similar to [[Atmosphere of Earth|Earth's]]. Normal air pressure on the station was 101.3 [[kilopascal|kPa]] (14.7 [[Pounds per square inch|psi]]); the same as at sea level on Earth. An Earth-like atmosphere offers benefits for crew comfort, and is much safer than the alternative, a pure oxygen atmosphere, because of the increased risk of a fire such as that responsible for the deaths of the [[Apollo 1]] crew.
အပိုလို ၁၁ In early 1969, Bill Anders accepted a job with the National Space Council effective in August 1969 and announced his retirement as an astronaut. At that point Ken Mattingly was moved from the support crew into parallel training with Anders as backup Command Module Pilot in case Apollo 11 was delayed past its intended July launch (at which point Anders would be unavailable if needed) and would later join Lovell's crew and ultimately be assigned as the original Apollo 13 CMP.[5]