Picture Of Space Explorers - Neil Armstrong and The Apollo 11

Picture Of Space Explorers

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The Apollo 11 crew.

Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins, and Buzz Aldrin (left to right).

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Space Explorers

In the last 50 years, space explorers brought us some of the greatest discoveries in human history. From the first human in space, to the first steps on the moon, brave space explorers continue to amaze us with their expeditions in the dark and inhospitable environment of Space.

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Polar Explorers

Early years of 20th century are today remembered as one of the most exciting times for the explorers. In that short 25-year period, several important scientific journeys left their mark in the polar snows and history of the world. That time-period is today known as "Heroic Age of Polar Exploration".