Is the plaque still on the moon?

Is the plaque still on the moon?

All the plaques were left on the Moon, except the two for the aborted Apollo 13 mission which did not land on the Moon.

What drugs do they give astronauts?

Modafinil is a drug that is prescribed for narcolepsy and other disorders that involve excessive daytime exhaustion. It has been approved in various military situations and for astronauts thanks to its ability to stave off fatigue.

What astronauts did on the moon?

Apollo astronauts who walked on the Moon

Name Lunar EVA dates
1 Neil Armstrong July 21, 1969
2 Buzz Aldrin
3 Pete Conrad November 19–20, 1969
4 Alan Bean

Did Neil Armstrong come back from the moon?

They returned to Earth and splashed down in the Pacific Ocean on July 24 after more than eight days in space. Armstrong’s first step onto the lunar surface was broadcast on live TV to a worldwide audience….Apollo 11.

Spacecraft properties
Landing date July 20, 1969, 20:17:40 UTC
Return launch July 21, 1969, 17:54:00 UTC

Can the American flag be seen on the Moon?

Cameras attached to NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter have photographed five of the six flags left by astronauts from the Apollo missions of the late 1960s and early 1970s. The one flag that hasn’t been photographed is the Apollo 11 American flag, the historic first human moon landing on July 20, 1969.

Can astronauts take medication in space?

Astronauts have been taking medicines with them on space missions since the beginning of space travel. The crew on the Apollo 11 mission that landed on the Moon carried antibiotics, painkillers, nasal sprays, and sleeping pills among other medications.

Do astronauts take anxiety medication?

Space station medical kits contain tranquilizers and anti-depression, anti-anxiety and anti-psychotic medications. Shuttle medical kits have anti-psychotic medication but not antidepressants, since they take several weeks to be effective and shuttle flights last less than two weeks.

Has anyone ever died in space?

A total of 18 people have lost their lives either while in space or in preparation for a space mission, in four separate incidents. In 2003 a further seven astronauts died when the shuttle Columbia broke up on re-entry into Earth’s atmosphere. …

Do astronauts carry passports?

2 Answers. Astronauts don’t take the passport during the space travel, but diplomats of country of origin or the space agency will carry the passport, and bring them where the passport will be needed (e.g. for emergency landing), or back to Kazakhstan for regular landing.

Who was the Fallen Astronaut on the Moon?

Astronaut David Scott secretly placed the Fallen Astronaut statue on the Moon during the Apollo 15 mission, near the completion of his work on August 1, 1971, along with a plaque bearing the names of eight American astronauts and six Soviet cosmonauts who had died in service:

What are the inactive ingredients in Celebrex capsules?

CELEBREX oral capsules contain either 50 mg, 100 mg, 200 mg or 400 mg of celecoxib. The inactive ingredients in CELEBREX capsules include: croscarmellose sodium, edible inks, gelatin, lactose monohydrate, magnesium stearate, povidone and sodium lauryl sulfate.

Why was the Apollo 15 plaque put on the Moon?

It is a small stylized figure, meant to depict an astronaut in a spacesuit, intended to commemorate the astronauts and cosmonauts who have died in the advancement of space exploration. It was commissioned and placed on the Moon by the crew of Apollo 15 at Hadley Rille on August 1, 1971, next to a plaque listing the 14 men known who died.