Neil Armstrong’s Audio Transmision - Apollo 11 Moon Landing

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    In this, our first episode made up entirely of questions from our fans, astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson offers his own reflections and answers your Cosmic Queries about Neil A. Armstrong, the first man to walk on the Moon. From the time he met Neil Armstrong at age 14 to the private family funeral on the day of a “Blue Moon,” Neil shares his own personal memories of the humble, private NASA astronaut who took us all with him to the Moon. With the help of comic co-host Eugene Mirman, Neil responds to Cosmic Queries about Apollo 11, the future of manned space exploration and how long it would take NASA to mount a manned mission back to the Moon if we were in a new space race with China. http://www.startalkradio.net/show/a-tribute-to-neil-armstrong-startalk-radio-cosmic-queries/

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  2. Neil Armstrong: An ‘Exemplary Life’ : NPR

    James Fallows of The Atlantic met Neil Armstrong at a gathering of some of America's greatest aviators and astronauts, and even in that crowd, Armstrong stood out. Saturday, the astronaut's family announced he had died at the age of 82. Guest host Laura Sullivan speaks with Fallows about Armstrong's legacy.

    http://www.npr.org/2012/08/25/160046602/neil-armstrong-an-exemplary-life

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  3. The First Lunar Landing

    40 years ago today, the Apollo 11 mission successfully completed the first lunar landing. This is the audio from 102 hours and 11 minutes into the mission, just prior to touchdown.

    Charlie Duke in Houston talks to Michael Collins in the command module and Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin in the lunar lander.

    The full transcript is here: http://history.nasa.gov/alsj/a11/a11.landing.html

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  4. 13 Minutes To The Moon Ep.06 Saving 1968

    War, riots, assassinations: “the year that shattered America”. And then Nasa took the biggest risk in its history. There was the Vietnam War and the murders of Martin Luther King and Robert F Kennedy but with Apollo 8, astronauts went further from Earth than anyone had gone before and changed the way we look at our home forever.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/w3csz4dp

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