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10 petualangan terbesar manusia

10 petualangan terbesar manusia

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Published by: Yolita Satya Gitya Utami on Dec 12, 2012
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Human as people of this planet has a great desire for adventure. From the Moon to Mount Everest,the greatest adventure history has recorded that has been done by human.
 
1. Apollo 11 landing in the moon 
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Apollo 11 crew faced a fatal risk to come out of the Earth. Machine failure could have leftthem stranded on the lunar surface or be forever lost in space. Solar radiation and heat cancook them alive. Failure setting space suits to make them run out of oxygen and suffocate.But as Neil Armstrong took the first steps on the lunar surface, all the risk is forgotten.
2.QUICK REACH SOUTH POLE 
 
In 1911, Robert Scott (Britain) and Roald Amundsen (Norway) are competing to be the first
 
to reach the South Pole. One person will win, others will die. Amundsen is the winner, andScout died because of starving.
3.Edmund Hillary Counquer Mount Everest 
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On May 1953, Edmund Hillary, a New Zealand bee keeper turns into a mountain climber, becamethe first person to summit the highest mountain in the world. The height is 29,028 feet (8848 m)above sea level and he is succeed. Since then, hundreds of climbers to follow in his footsteps, butHillary will forever be known as the first person to summit the world.
 
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Charles Darwin's journey with H.M.S. Beagle
 
5-year journey Charles Darwin in HMS. Beagle has changed the face of modern science and ourunderstanding of human existence. After stopping along the coast of South America, the Beagleexplored the Galapagos Islands, Darwin saw that every part of the island there are identical speciesof finches vary in size and structure. From these observations and Darwin hit upon his theory of 
 
natural selection, the process of adaptive evolution of organisms with certain characteristics tend tosurvive and pass on traits to their offspring.
 
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Charles Lindbergh's flight across the Atlantic
 
Lindbergh flew through darkness, fog and sleet, the plane was located at an altitude of only 10 ft (3m) above the cold Atlantic ocean. When he landed in Paris, 33 hours and 30 minutes after take off,Lindbergh was greeted by 150,000 people, who celebrate him as the first to fly nonstop across theAtlantic.
 
6.
Yuri Gagarin circled the Earth's orbit
 
The first man in space was Soviet cosmonaut, Yuri Gagarin, orbiting the planet Earth on 12 April1961,. Gagarin was just 27 years old. She made a full circle around the earth, flying more than 110miles (177 km) above the planet.
 

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