Zone 5 Zond 5 image of Earth On September 18, 1968, Zond-5 became the first spacecraft to circle the Moon and return to land on Earth. A small portfolio of David Lepelstat's work. Although the Zond 5 tortoises remain unnamed to this day, they have become a significant and vital part of the story of the Space Race. Zond 5, một thành viên của chương trình Zond của Liên Xô, là một phi thuyền không người lái vào tháng 9 năm 1968 trở thành con tàu thứ hai đi đến và vòng quanh Mặt Trăng, và là tàu vũ trụ đầu tiên trở về Trái Đất một cách an toàn. Their journey into space was one of the key events that led up to the launch of the first manned flight to the Moon – Apollo 8 in 1968. 'Probe 5') was a spacecraft of the Soviet Zond program.In September 1968 it became the second spaceship to travel to and circle the Moon, and the first to return safely to Earth.Zond 5 carried the first terrestrial organisms to the vicinity of the Moon, including two tortoises, fruit fly eggs, and plants. Zond (Зонд; Russian for "probe") was the name given to two distinct series of Soviet robotic spacecraft launched between 1964 and 1970. Zond 5 (NSSDCA/COSPAR ID: 1968-076A). The spacecraft successfully circled around the far side of the Moon at a range of 1,212 miles (1,950 kilometers) on Sept. 18, 1968, taking spectacular high-resolution photos of the Moon and Earth. La Zone 51 cristallise de nombreux fantasmes et elle occupe une place de choix dans le cœur des complotistes et des ufologues. Zond 5 (Russian: Зонд 5, lit. Zond 5 est une sonde spatiale soviétique de kg du programme Zond, lancée le à 21:42:11 TU.
The first series, based on the 3MV planetary probe, was intended to gather information about nearby planets.. While heading towards the Moon, the main stellar altidude control optical surface had been contaminated, making it unusable. 48 relations. Zond-7 photographed the Earth on August 9 and performed two photo sessions at the Moon on August 11, 1969. It photographed Earth from a distance of 90,000 kilometers, but a subsequent malfunction of the orientation system prevented it from photographing the Moon. Zone 5: Photos de la passation des pouvoirs de la zone 13. Zond 5 image of Earth On September 18, 1968, Zond-5 became the first spacecraft to circle the Moon and return to land on Earth. In September 1968, Zond 5 launched into orbit with the purpose of making scientific studies during a lunar flyby, and then return to Earth and make a reentry. It photographed Earth from a distance of 90,000 kilometers, but a subsequent malfunction of the orientation system prevented it from photographing the Moon. At the time, Zond 5 was 201,946 miles (325,000 kilometers) from Earth. All photos are available for purchase. It shot 35 pictures with the SKD camera and 300 mm objective, on 5.6 × 5.6 cm frames of color and panchromatic film: So the next time you find yourself gazing at the Moon, try to imagine the two tortoises that once flew around it.