Today is a special day for avid astronomers and moon lovers as it is National Moon Day celebrating the first landing of a human on the Moon.

National Moon Day

On 20 July 1969, Neil Armstrong became the first human to land on Moon.20 July is marked as Moon Day. 20 July 2022 is celebrated as the first International Moon Day.

International Moon Day

Moon Day- Moon Village Association

On 9 December 2021, the Moon Village Association and various other groups within the organization submitted a proposal to the US General Assembly, which was approved.

On 20 July 1969, American astronauts Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong became the 1st astronauts to land on the Moon. This was the first time a human landed on the Moon.

National Moon Day- Neil Armstrong

Michael Collins, Buzz Aldrin, and left Earth, returned to Earth without any problem, and were isolated for 21 days after the Moon mission.

After that day, lunar exploration efforts materialized, and the Moon has become the target of numerous missions. The landing on 20 July 1969 was a big milestone in space exploration.

National Moon Day- 101 countrie

The first International Moon Day is celebrated today. Millions of observers from more than 101 countries and all seven continents have registered for this happening.

The Moon is our first host on the alien world and the target of numerous space missions. But as false people, we do not hesitate to be hostile to our hosts. We are also unappreciative and careless.

International Moon Day- Moon Study

International Moon Day will celebrate annually to promote sustainable use and study of the Moon and regulatory requirements for events on and around the Moon.