Monday, August 27, 2012

Spaceman



Neil Armstrong, Earth's Amazing Spaceman died over the weekend at the great age of 82. Hero to generations, NASA's Apollo 11 commander boldly took earthies to the moon where no-human has gone before. 237,000 miles away humanities hopes and dreams became a reality spreading throughout the stars, lighting up tv screens on Earth. What an awesome achievement. One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.... and it sure was.

R.I.P Spaceman.


10 comments:

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

He was a great and humble man.

Maurice Mitchell said...

He was such a private man. These interviews are very rare. Thanks for sharing Spacerguy.

Spacerguy said...

He was a true optimist that soldiered on, Alex.

He didn't believe in cashing in on his celibrity status Maurice and shrugged it off after the moon.

Tony Laplume said...

I was saddened to hear of his passing. A truly great man.

Spacerguy said...

Armstrong still sounded cool despite having to land the Apollo Lunar Module manually.

Susan Flett Swiderski said...

I will never forget the magic of watching the first lunar landing on TV. Lots of wonderful accomplishments since then, but that was truly magical.

Ciara said...

He always displayed so much courage. An inspiration to us all.
I'm a new follower and so excited to come across a sci-fi site. Yay! :)

Spacerguy said...

Armstrong proved its possible for humans to achieve really great things.

Paul Tobin said...

Thanks for the footage. I agree what a bloke.

Edward Ott said...

Thanks for sharing this.

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