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NASA Remembers Neil Armstrong in a Moving Short Film

A loving tribute to the first man on the moon.

Besides a pioneering astronaut, Neil Armstrong (August 5, 1930–August 25, 2012) was a fierce test pilot and lover of libraries. In this moving tribute, NASA staffers, engineers, and astronauts remember and celebrate the first human to set foot on the moon.

He just wanted to know that other kids could be inspired — not just only by his accomplishments, but by the accomplishments of a country. The impossible is possible — all you gotta do is go on and do it. . . . He just wanted to inspire young people to dream.” ~ Gene Cernan, Apollo Astronaut

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Published September 18, 2012




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