In the late 1970s, astronaut Dave Scott and his team of scientists were exploring the moon, the first time anyone had ever done so.
It was their first time on the surface of the moon and they were excited about what they saw.
Scott was fascinated by the moon itself.
In the 1980s, NASA astronauts and engineers began to develop plans to build a spacecraft that would be able to land on the moon.
NASA engineers wanted to test their theory that a spacecraft could land on a moon that was too cold for life.
The moon had no atmosphere and would therefore not have enough fuel to sustain an orbital flight.
However, the moon has a great deal of atmosphere, and if the spacecraft landed, the rocket engines would be powerful enough to launch it.
NASA and its contractors worked on a series of missions to land a spacecraft on the lunar surface.
Each mission was different in terms of what was going to be tested.
For example, the Mercury Spacecraft, which was a lunar lander, would be equipped with an instrument called a Lunar Orbiter (LOX) to measure the surface temperature and atmosphere, which would then be used to calculate the trajectory of the spacecraft.
The spacecraft would then fire its thrusters to burn up the atmosphere and get the spacecraft out of the way of the rocket.
The LOX instrument would then measure the temperature of the atmosphere by measuring how much the surface is warmed by sunlight, or how much radiation was emitted by the surface.
The astronauts would be testing whether the spacecraft could survive the journey to the surface, or whether the atmosphere was too thick for life as we know it.
The Apollo program had a much larger goal, which the agency was trying to accomplish with a much more advanced spacecraft, one that would fly around the moon at high speed.
NASA wanted to use LOX instruments to test the lunar atmosphere.
They would use the instruments to determine the amount of radiation emitted by a moon, and how much it would take for that radiation to get absorbed by the spacecraft’s surface.
This would give the crew information about the composition of the lunar environment, such as the presence of water ice.
The first Apollo lunar mission was supposed to begin in November 1971.
The goal was to land the Apollo 11 spacecraft on an icy moon, with the goal of testing the LOXs capabilities.
NASA also wanted to land another spacecraft on a lunar lake.
In fact, the Apollo spacecraft that was to launch to the moon in October 1971 had to use the lunar lake for the final time, as part of a contingency plan.
The landing site for Apollo 11 on the icy moon of Enceladus was called Encelian Lake, and it had a very low gravity.
It had a surface area of only 4.3 square kilometers, which made it ideal for a moon landing.
This lunar lake was ideal because it had ice.
Although NASA had planned to use Encelia as a landing site, they had to cancel this mission in 1972.
In April 1972, a Russian spacecraft landed on the lake, and the Soviets took the title of the first man to walk on the Moon.
The Soviets were also the first country to land men on the first moon of the Soviet Union.
The landings of the Apollo missions did not result in any new discoveries about the moon or the atmosphere.
The Moon and the atmosphere have remained the focus of research for decades.
Some of the most important discoveries about lunar physics and the Moon’s composition came during the Apollo program, including the detection of water vapor and the formation of ammonia, ammonia-4, ammonia inclusions, and water.
The Earth is an icy planet, and when it comes to the Moon, there is a great difference in how the Moon and Earth are different.
In contrast to Earth, the Moon is made up mostly of ice.
Because the Earth is made of rock, the ice on the Earth’s surface is actually composed of water.
This water is frozen solid and the ice crystals on the rocks are very thin.
Because there are no rivers or lakes in the Earth, water is present in the lunar soil and the surface contains very small amounts of water that forms into ice crystals.
Earth’s oceans also exist on the other side of the Moon from the Moon: They are composed of ice crystals that are very thick.
These are the same kinds of water molecules that exist on Earth, and so there are ocean-like ice sheets on the far side of Earth.
However and unlike the oceans on Earth and in other places on the Sun, the Earth does not have a lake on its far side.
The oceans are also made up of water but are much smaller in size.
This is because water molecules are so small in size that the amount and the density of water is not that different from the Earth.
Earth has two oceans: a deep ocean on the north side of its surface called the Atlantic Ocean and a shallow ocean on its south side called the Pacific Ocean.
In both oceans, the water is very salty.