Apollo 11: The family of Neil Armstrong, Houston, July 7, 1969
Ralph Morse photographer for LIFE Magazine. REMASTERED by Dan Beaumont. Commander of the Apollo 11 mission Neil A. Armstrong and his family; wife Janet, and sons Eric and Mark, July 7, 1969. Two weeks later, Armstrong became the first man to walk on the Moon. Apollo 11 "First Men on the Moon" : Neil Armstrong / Buzz Aldrin / Michael Collins ( All videos ) www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL-HsE-FedVRirgWXw_-ik1n6fs... Apollo 11 50th anniversary (1969-2019) (ALL PHOTOS)…
Apollo Rocket Engines Recovered from Atlantic Ocean Floor - Universe Today
Last year, Amazon.com founder Jeff Bezos announced that he had located some of the Apollo F-1 rocket engines and planned to recover them. He and his Bezos Expedition team were successful in recovering engines that helped power Apollo astronauts to the Moon and have now brought “a couple of your F-1s home,” Bezos said in … Continue reading "Apollo Rocket Engines Recovered from Atlantic Ocean Floor"
Buzz Aldrin: The Dark Side of the Moon
He was a war-hero fighter pilot. He was an MIT rocket scientist. He was a lot of impressive things, and then Buzz Aldrin went to the moon, which is maybe all you know about one of the most famous men on earth—a guy who's been frozen, like a footprint in lunar dust, in America's mind for forty-five years now. But the thing about Buzz is that he still wants way more than the moon
how nasa assembled apollo 11 - Gizmodo
These amazing photos from NASA's vaults show how they built and launched the Apollo 11 spaceship – enjoy these images of an era long gone.
Apollo 11 50th Anniversary Mission Insignia Metal Sign 14 x 14 inches
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Professor Armstrong - learning from an airplane geek and astronaut | Air Facts Journal
It is only through the lens of history that I have come to appreciate the unique opportunity afforded to me 40 years ago while attending the University of Cincinnati. Neil Armstrong was a member of the Aerospace Engineering faculty there from 1971 to 1979. I attended his classes.