Pakistan, July 20 -- "This small human step is a huge jump for humanity," these are the words of astronaut and aeronautical engineer Neil Armstrong that point to the successes in the world of science and technology that were obtained in the form of a man landing on the moon for the first time, 50 years ago, in July 1969.

The arrival of the man on the moon was a milestone that also left lasting effects on our daily life.

According to today's Apollo programme worth $200 billion, it has opened the path of development in many areas, which we did not know anything about.

Here are some of them.

CLEANLINESS AWARENESS - wireless devices were made before the Apollo programme, which came to form these devices through this programme we see today...