NASA and scouting have a long history.

Masonic astronauts are an interesting aspect of Famous Freemasons without ed. China could have its own astronauts walking on the moon’s surface and working in a research station at its south pole sometime in the 2030s. Twelve astronauts walked on the Moon between 1969 and 1972. Neil Armstrong can be seen taking the picture in the reflection on the helmet. But how many astronauts have actually walked on the Moon? Only three countries have ever soft-landed on the moon— the United States, the U.S.S.R. and now China. More than two-thirds of all current and former astronauts have been involved in scouting. Young and Duke spent just under three days on the moon (beginning on 21 April 1972), during which they drove a Lunar Roving Vehicle for 16.6 miles across the surface. Who was the first man to walk on the moon and how many people have walked on it?

Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin stands on the moon next to the lunar module "Eagle" on July 20, 1969.

The astronauts who have made lunar landings . While Freemasonry itself wasn’t the reason these brave men went into space, it could be said that it was their bonds of fraternity and brotherly love that allowed them to find the strength and building blocks to collaborate with their fellow space travelers and overcome the trials of space exploration. NASA’S historic Apollo programme flew to the Moon and back between 1968 and 1972, successfully completing the first Moon landing in 1969.

Of the 312 pilots and scientists selected as astronauts since 1959, at least 207 have been identified as having been scouts or active in scouting. They were part of the six Apollo missions which each landed two astronauts on the Moon's surface. Unfortunately, landing on the moon in the 21st century is still a pretty big deal. A TOTAL of 12 people have made it down to the lunar surface – … Charlie Duke is one of only four men alive today who have walked on the moon.