Armstrong first set foot on the moon

It's only natural to wonder what it would be like to live on the moon.

We know it's a magnificent desolation thanks to Buzz Aldrin, who landed there in 1969.

their respective armies As a result, people on both sides devised elaborate plans for moon bases.

These were most likely for strategic purposes, but there were also positive scientific reasons for building these outposts.

Some of those plans were examined in a recent historical treatise published in Acta Aeronautica.

The concepts behind them, particularly on the American side, were quite strong.

In 1958, the Air Force devised Project LUMAN. It had a three-part goal of landing military astronauts on the moon by 1964.

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