can you tell who this is? :: the man who said, "that's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind" :: neil armstrong, 1930-2012

can you tell who this is? :: the man who said, "that's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind" :: neil armstrong, 1930-2012

One small smoke for mankind?   Apollo 11: Photos of Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, Michael Collins and Their Families, 1969 - LIFE

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One small smoke for mankind? Apollo 11: Photos of Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, Michael Collins and Their Families, 1969 - LIFE

Parti de rien, Clyde William Tombaugh est connu pour avoir découvert le premier Pluton. Une vie passionnante à découvrir sur https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clyde_William_Tombaugh

Parti de rien, Clyde William Tombaugh est connu pour avoir découvert le premier Pluton. Une vie passionnante à découvrir sur https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clyde_William_Tombaugh

Barack Obama and neil armstrong

Barack Obama Photos Photos: Obama Meets With Apollo 11 Astronauts In The White House

The Queen sent a message of congratulations to Apollo 11 astronauts for the first moon landing on July 21, 1969. The message was microfilmed and deposited on the moon in a metal container. Here she is meeting the Apollo 11 Astronauts after their trip to the moon in 1969 - an ice-blue satin cocktail dress ensures that she is seen against the black of their suits...

The Queen sent a message of congratulations to Apollo 11 astronauts for the first moon landing on July 21, 1969. The message was microfilmed and deposited on the moon in a metal container. Here she is meeting the Apollo 11 Astronauts after their trip to the moon in 1969 - an ice-blue satin cocktail dress ensures that she is seen against the black of their suits...

Neil Armstrong in the “Flying Bedstead,”

Neil Armstrong in the “Flying Bedstead,”

Astronaut Neil Armstrong, a member of the Rogers Commission, the presidential panel that investigated the Challenger explosion, listens to testimony in Washington on Feb. 11, 1986. A model of the shuttle sits on the table.  The Challenger disaster has been used as a case study in many discussions of engineering safety and workplace ethics.

Astronaut Neil Armstrong, a member of the Rogers Commission, the presidential panel that investigated the Challenger explosion, listens to testimony in Washington on Feb. 11, 1986. A model of the shuttle sits on the table. The Challenger disaster has been used as a case study in many discussions of engineering safety and workplace ethics.

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