Glenn Lecture With Crew of Apollo 11 (200907190014HQ)

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    On the eve of the fortieth anniversary of the first human landing on the Moon, Apollo 11 Astronaut Neil Armstrong speaks during a lecture in honor of Apollo 11 at the National Air and Space Museum in Washington, Sunday, July 19, 2009. Guest speakers included Former NASA Astronaut and U.S. Senator John Glenn, NASA Mission Control creator and former NASA Johnson Space Center director Chris Kraft and the crew of Apollo 11. Photo Credit: (NASA/Bill Ingalls)

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    1. Slumdog Thousandaire 20 months ago | reply

      Pure, unadulterated class.

      His humility allowed him to fly near the sun and not have his wings melt away.

    2. Mike K.2012 20 months ago | reply

      One of the last, great heroes, with genuine humility and bravery. God speed on your journey! Thank you for raising our eyes and hearts to the skies.
      I'll never forget that day in '69 or you.
      You hand flew that craft to the surface of the moon! Only people who have piloted airships can truly appreciate that skill and grace. Amazing. Amazing.

    3. davidtross 20 months ago | reply

      A true gentleman !

    4. Poorhibby 20 months ago | reply

      He, and all of the other astronauts, fired my imagination when I was young. But it was his humble and unassuming life after the moon landing that made this man a great man in my view. He did his job and went on to teach others. Humanity at its best.

      Second star to the right, and on until morning..

    5. Henny in Denmark 20 months ago | reply

      A fantastic courage of you and the other men.
      It will never be forgotten.
      Greetings from Denmark, Henny

    6. JRT © 20 months ago | reply

      Thank you for some wonderful memories Mr Moon Man, remember watching you when I was in infants school on a small B&W TV

    7. S. Ruehlow 20 months ago | reply

      The hero of my childhood.

    8. David Hannah 20 months ago | reply

      God Bless.

      R.I.P

    9. Azchael 20 months ago | reply

      Rest in Peace, Neil!

    10. Jeff-Photo 20 months ago | reply

      I have see this man on the moon in live the 21 juillet 1969 I was 14 years old it's a great record the best of my life.
      God bless him and all his family

    11. [Point final] [deleted] 20 months ago | reply

      Respect Mr Armstrong

    12. NCnick 20 months ago | reply

      Rest In Peace, Mr. Armstrong.

    13. 66Alpine 20 months ago | reply

      Few men become a hero to the whole world, you did.
      Rest in peace the Man in the Moon

    14. DURHAM LAD 20 months ago | reply

      Rip mr space man !!

    15. p.franche - on - off 20 months ago | reply

      You dream the world.
      Thank you, forever ...

    16. Michael Heichler 20 months ago | reply

      Bye. One step closer to the moon.

    17. YourCCDA 20 months ago | reply

      Neil Armstrong was the only man in history has reprenter all mankind !

    18. descartes.marco 20 months ago | reply

      Great man ....RIP

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