Achievement armstrong
“That's one small step for man; one giant leap for mankind.”

—Neil Armstrong


On July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong made history. He became the first human to set foot on the moon. People around the world watched and listened as Neil slowly climbed down the ladder of the lunar lander. He then stepped on the moon's surface where he could look up and see Earth far above him. His words resonate today, "That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind."

Armstrong took his picture of Buzz Aldrin who joined him on the moon. Pilot Michael Collins, who remained in orbit, was the third member of the historic Apollo 11 team.

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JEANNE ARSENIA LACAS from philippines  AUGUST 15, 2019
So inspiring for me

Jeanne Arsenia Lacas from Philippines  AUGUST 15, 2019
So inspiring for me

Jeanne Arsenia Lacas from Manila, Philippines  AUGUST 15, 2019
The achievement is not really easy to achieve need to sacrifice

Jeanne Arsenia Lacas from Philippines  AUGUST 15, 2019
I like this

Aimen from Earth JANUARY 7, 2019
Neil armstrong is a pretty nice guy. first to step on moon, that took a risk.

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