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Neil Armstrong

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Neil Armstrong is the first human to set foot upon the surface of the moon and famously said, "This is one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind."
so they can breath ..................... really
Yes. Mass and weight are different quantities. The mass of the astronaut is always the same everywhere. The weight of the astronaut is the force on it due to gravity, which depends on the mass and the strength of gravity at the point on the planet, moon or space station the astronaut is standing on....
Yes, Neil Armstrong graduated from Purdue University in  Aeronautical Engineering. He also completed graduate studies at the  University of Southern California.
Niel Armstrong said "That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.
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None. Neil Armstrong earned Eagle Scout in 1947, but the leadership  project was not added to the requirements until 1959.
The first man to land on the moon was Neil Armstrong , in July 1969.
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When the Apollo 11 astronauts landed on the moon, the president of the U.S.A was Richard Nixon.
neil armstrong was the eldest of three in his family.
The Apollo 11 mission sent the lunar module "Eagle" to the moon.
That's a hard number to state with any real accuracy. The first three missions took place on foot, making the walked distance slightly easier to chart, but the final three had LRV's, so while they certainly did walk quite a bit, the distance was not captured or recorded. the following distances...
he wore a spacesuit, a space helmet and a oxygen tank.
" That's one small step for (a) Man, One giant leap for mankind" There is considerable debate about whether or not he said "a". Armstrong freely admits that it is inaudible on the recordings, but maintains that is what he said.
No,he never went back to the moon
No Neil Armstrong never returned to the moon, after Apollo 11 actually he retired shortly as a astronaut.
Neil Armstrong helped his community by visiting the moon and making it back.
They didn't. The moon has no water on it but they have found a few drops but nobody knows where it came from. They discovered this in 1985.
On 20/7/1969 Edwin Aldrin became the second man to walk on the moon.
One Small step for man, One giant Leap for Mankind
On July 20, 1969 4:18 p.m EDT, Neil Armstrong was the first man to  step on the moon.   There he spoke his famous words "That's one small step for man, one  giant leap for mankind."
the day in 1969 the actual event that happened
Janet Shearon was Neil Armstrong's first wife. They had two  children, one of whom died of a brain tumor. Janet and Neil  eventually divorced in 1994.
In the United States, an Aerospace Engineer can make anywhere from $54,180 - $118,007.
Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed on the Moon on July 20, 1969, at 20:18 UTC. Armstrong became the first to step onto the lunar surface 6 hours later on July 21 at 02:56 UTC.
Neil Armstrong won the gold star medal in the Koorean war, the Presidents medal, The Goddard space medal.
if you're asking me, i would say because i am not rich and im not in the NASA I have a really good memory and would remember landing on the moon.
Janet comes from the USA.
Neil armstrong took one small step in the sea of Tran quality.
Three crews went to the moon in 1969, Apollos 10, 11, and 12. Apollo 10 was a "test run" for the moon landing and took place in May, 1969, but did not actually land. Apollo 11 was the first lunar landing (July, 1969), followed by Apollo 12 (November, 1969). Apollo 10 crew: Tom Stafford, John...
Because the moon has no atmosphere there is no wind or rain to erode the footprints.
No Neil Armstrong was the oldest of three Children in his family. His younger siblings were namend June and Dean.
  Throught his life Armstrong has been a pilot in the United States Navy, a military test pilot, astronaut, and university professor teaching Aerospace Science. He has also been on the board of directors of a number of corporations.
The first time man landed on the moon was in 1969.
To be a asronaut you must be a jet pilot and spend over 100 hours in the cockpit, and you should be very very healthy and clever.
Apollo 11 landed at 20:17 UTC (UTC stands for Coordinated Universal Time and is essentially the same as GMT). This means that is was 3:17pm on the East coast of the US and in Houston, TX, where Mission Control is located, it was 1:17 pm.
Neil Armstrong does have a history of heart problems. In 1991, he  had a mild heart attack while skiing in Aspen, Colorado.
He went to collage in 1947
Neil Armstrong, Edwin 'Buzz' Aldrin, and Michael Collins. Only Armstrong and Aldrin descended to the lunar surface. waszzup yao
The Apollo 11 astronauts Neil armstrong and Edwin Aldrin walked on the moon in the year 1969.
Neil was about 35 when he stepped onto the moon on July 20, 1969.
The force applied would be zero as a freely floating astronaut feels weightlessness as the gravitational force acting on him is zero.
The Apollo 11 lsnded on the moon called tranquility Base.
Nothing really happened to the Sea of Tranquility, except it had some human visitors by the names of Neil Armstrong and Edwin 'Buzz' Aldrin. Who were just passing and decided to drop in to say hi.
Neil Armstrong did say a prayer. Buzz Aldrin took communion shortly after landing.
== Answer ==   There have been six manned flights to the moon (Apollos 11, 12, 14, 15 16, and 17). All six flights were manned by three astronauts:   The Commander  The Command Module Pilot  The Lunar Module pilot.    The Commander and Lunar Module pilot made it all the way to the...
Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin was the 2nd man to step foot on the moon.
  he was the first man on the moon so he helped people know much more about the moon by the things he saw and changed what many people thought about the moon so he infact helped in many ways.
Neil Armstrong made the statement "That's one small step for a man,  one giant leap for mankind." However, controversy surrounds if he  actually said "a man" or simply "man."
Pete Conrad led the Apollo 12 mission in November of 1969
Nine of the twelve astronauts who walked on the Moon are still alive. They are, Neil Armstrong, Edwin 'Buzz' Aldrin, Alan Bean, Edgar Mitchell, Dave Scott, John Young, Charles Duke, Eugene Cernan And Harrison Schmitt. The three that have left us are, Pete Conrad, Alan Shepard...
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Neil Armstrong affected the environment by his flight on Apollo 11  to the moon. He gathered artifacts, studied the surface, ect. and  brought back things to earth that scientists will use for years
Because if you take the letters of the name Colin out of Neil Warnock's you're left with wanker...!
Stephen Koenig Armstrong and Viola Louise Engel.
He meant it was a small step for man in 1969, as N.A.S.A was trying to land on the planet Mars as well., all the better for the future.
In vacuum, all masses big and small fall with the same acceleration, and reach the same speed in the same amount of time.
Neil Armstrong was first, followed almost 20 minutes later by Buzz Aldrin.
Neil Armstrong's proverbial saying from the moon "A small step of a man, but a giant step of the mankind"has made him immortal.
Armstrong landed on the moon on 20/7/1969.
The name of the three men on the mission to walk on the moon were Michael Collins, buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong. the first on the moon was Neil who was closely followed by buzz and unfortunately Michael could not leave the vehicle. the moon landing took place on the 21 st of July 69 in the USA or...
Neil throughout his career gave many speeches about his famous moon landing.
His second wife was met at a golf course in 1993.
Yes. Neil Armstrong was a Boy Scout, earned the rank of Eagle Scout, and was recognized by the Boy Scouts of America with its Distinguished Scout Award.
Neil Armstrong was born in 1930 so he was eligible to be a Boy Scout from 1941 to 1948 (ages 11 to 18). He earned the rank of Eagle Scout and as an adult was awarded the Silver Buffalo.
Neil Armstrong was the first man to walk on the moon.
Apollo 11 was funded by N.A.S.A.
Approximately 2 days into the mission, Apollo 13's Lunar Service Module (engine and systems to service the Lunar Command Module an take it and the Lunar Excursion Module to the Moon) suffered a catastrophic Oxygen tank explosion in O2 tank number 2 (as a result of a inexpensive part malfunction)...
No. If you look at the moon with the naked eye on Earth, you see craters that look very small. However, the craters are very large, and larger than the American flag Neil Armstrong placed. Because the size difference from Earth effects the size of the craters from the naked eye, you would not be...
As Neil Armstrong was a astronaut he was selected by N.a.s.a to be on the trip to the mon on Apollo 11.