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We'll Miss You. Astronaut Neil Armstrong on Moon 07/1969 www.onegiantleap.org

Apollo 11 commander Neil Armstrong descends the ladder on the lunar module Eagle on July 1969 in this still image of a live TV broadcast during the first manned moon landing.

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humanoidhistory: “ March 1966 – Astronaut Neil Armstrong suits up for his Gemini 8 flight.

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New Yorkers line 42nd Street to cheer Apollo 11 astronauts on August 13, 1969. In lead car from left are: Edwin Aldrin, Michael Collins and Neil Armstrong, who return the greeting with waves. Motorcade is traveling East on 42nd street, towards the United Nations building. (AP Photo/STF)

The Year Men Walked on the Moon

New Yorkers line Street to cheer Apollo 11 astronauts on August In lead car from left are: Edwin Aldrin, Michael Collins and Neil Armstrong, who return the greeting with waves. Motorcade is traveling East on street, towards the United Nations building.

“Fallen Astronaut” is a 3 inch tall aluminum sculpture of a human figure was left on the moon in 1971 by Apollo 15 astronauts. Created by Belgian artist Paul Van Hoeydonck, the sculpture is a memorial for astronauts and cosmonauts who have died in the pursuit of space exploration.

Fallen Astronaut, A Figure Sculpture That Was Left on the Moon in 1971

On August Fallen Astronaut was placed on the Moon by the crew of Apollo along with a plaque bearing the names of eight American astronauts and six Soviet cosmonauts who had died:It was created by Belgian artist Paul Van Hoeydonck

Apollo 11 launch at Cape Canaveral / Ralph Crane

Father and son observe Apollo 11 launch, the spaceflight which landed the first humans, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin, on the Moon on July 1969 ~ photograph by Ralph Crane

Earthrise as seen from Apollo 8 spacecraft while orbiting the Moon

Earthrise as seen by Apollo 8 crew while orbiting the Moon December Photo credit: NASA

An amazing new photograph showing Neil Armstrong's face through his space suit visor has come to light on the 40th anniversary of the first manned Moon landing.  The image was shot by the movie camera mounted on the lunar lander famously called 'Eagle', but the frame lasts for only a fleeting moment.It shows Armstrong's face in clear view as he walks across the lunar surface.

Never-before-seen photo shows Neil Armstrong's face as he first walks across the moon

Neil Armstrong Didn't Lie About First Words on the Moon, Historian Says - Universe Today

Neil Armstrong, Ellington Air Force Base, Texas, 1969. http://www.davesweb.cnchost.com/

Neil Armstrong, who died on Saturday, August at 82 years old, was one of those rare, genuine heroes whose legend grew larger with passing…

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