The Nation says Farewell to Neil Armstrong on This Week @ NASA
NASA Administrator Charles Bolden joined other agency officials and dignitaries at the Washington National Cathedral to honor the life and career of astronaut Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon, who died Aug. 25. The memorial was broadcast live on NASA Television and streamed on nasa.gov and the National Cathedral’s website.
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Best comment I've heard in a long while.
Shut up, hippie !
A great Pioneer has become a Star.
Goodbye Neil Armstrong, thanks for one of the largest events in the history of the Earth and that we were allowed to experience it.
Wherever he is, he's touching the stars with Gus, Ed, Roger, Rick, Willie, Mike, David, Kalpana, Laurel, Ilan, Dick Scobee, Mike Smith, Ron McNair, Greg Jarvis, Judith Resnik, Ellison Onizuka, and Christa McAuliffe
Neil Armstrong will always be one of my greatest heroes. RIP Sir, and thank you so much, for your great bravery and humility. By going to the moon and walking on it's surface, you changed our world forever. You shall be ever missed and ever honored.
oh dear, a romney supporter
oh dear, an enlightened youth
yeah enlightened is a bad thing lol
Conocí a este Maravilloso Ser en octubre de 1966 en Río de Janeiro. Tengo su autógrafo y una filmación en mi canal
He was a great internship international beyond of his companion of nationality and spirituality of a labyrinth consolation, he has retired for his acceptance of claimants he was Neil Armstrong, R.I.P. mission accomplished.
The life ching astronaut neil armstrong and long look life images and moon the live and died aug 25 why good armstrong life time your work images but 50 anniversary big why gala the your life long look sir
I think Ed Dwight, Jr. could have been the first man on the Moon.
For a second there I thought that was notttre dame
0:01 to 3:49 is about Sir Neil Armstrong.