What year was the first walk on the moon?

What year was the first walk on the moon?

Interestingly, out of the dozen people who walked on the Moon, no one ever did it more than once. On July 21, 1969, Neil Armstrong made history by becoming the first person to set foot on the Moon. He was soon followed by Buzz Aldrin.

How many hairs are on the human head?

The human head has an estimated 100,000 hairs, though the number varies from individual to individual.

How many vertebrae are in the neck?

Cervical vertebrae are those in the neck area. With the exception of the two sloth genera (Choloepus and Bradypus) and the manatee genus, (Trichechus), all mammals have seven cervical vertebrae.

How much did Heinz sell for?

H.J. Heinz Co. is eliminating 600 jobs across the U.S. and in Canada, including 350 in Pittsburgh, nearly a third of the operation in its hometown, it said Tuesday. The ketchup maker was sold in June to Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway and the Brazilian investment firm 3G Capital for $23.3 billion.

What do you call a male and female zebra?

They have been called “striped horses.” Similar to horses, female zebras are called mares and male zebras are called stallions. Babies are called foals. Male baby zebras are called colts and female baby zebras are called fillies.

Is the brain the size of your fist?

First, put your two fists together, fingers touching. This is the size of your brain. It weighs about 3 pounds.

Do cats have opposable thumbs?

Some polydactyl cats present “mitten paws,” which occurs when the extra toes are attached on the medial side, or “thumb” side of the paw. This can lead to a cat that appears to have opposable thumbs. Some cats have learned to manipulate the extra digits like a human thumb.

Why do you have to say bless you when someone sneezes?

Some people believed that a sneeze causes the soul to escape the body through the nose. Saying “bless you” would stop the devil from claiming the person’s freed soul. Others believed the opposite: that evil spirits use the sneeze as an opportunity to enter a person’s body.