The first step to the moon was taken by American astronaut Neil Armstrong. We know that Neil Armstrong took the first step to the moon on July 21, 1969, and did a 2.5-hour spacewalk. Armstrong boarded the Apollo 11 spacecraft that landed on the moon on 20 July 1969. It is said that his footprints are still on the moon.
Regarding the creation of the moon, scientists say that a meteorite collided with the earth 450 million years ago, causing some part of it to break apart and form the moon. There is no life on the moon. Its surface is rocky and extremely bumpy. Not only this, but there is also no gravitational force on the moon.
According to Professor Mark Robinson of the University of Arizona, USA, the lunar surface is covered with rocks and a layer of dust.
Therefore, no footprints can be removed from the lunar surface. Since there is no atmosphere on the moon, the footprints of astronauts who landed there will remain the same after millions of years.
The temperature of its illuminated part reaches 180 ° C, while the temperature of the dark part becomes -153 ° C.