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Stories on Neil Armstrong's death serve as a reminder to reporters to check out the quality of their local heart care centers. @wheisel 

The first human on the Moon took his first rocket-powered flight (in the X-1B) #OTD  in 1957. Before he was an astronaut, Neil Armstrong worked as an NACA, then NASA, research pilot and tested aircraft including the X-1B and the X-15 (pic below).

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"I believe Neil Armstrong walked on the moon. I believe that Al Qaeda terrorists carried out the Sept. 11 attacks. And yet I count myself as the next thing to a conspiracy theorist on Mr. Epstein," writes @walterkirn .

The recent news that Neil Armstrong’s 2012 death may have been due to complications from a medical procedure was big news for history buffs, space fans & reporters. @wheisel  shares why

Stories on Neil Armstrong's death serve as a reminder to reporters to check out the quality of their local heart care centers. @wheisel 

The recent news that Neil Armstrong’s 2012 death may have been due to complications from a medical procedure was big news for history buffs, space fans & reporters. @wheisel  shares why

Final Frame: It's International Lefthanders Day - and, if you're a lefty, you're in great company: @BarackObama , @DavidBowieReal , Prince William and Neil Armstrong are among the 10% of the world's population who are lefthanded. #TheLatest  #7NEWS 

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"Mystery creates wonder and wonder is the basis of man's desire to understand." - Neil Armstrong. Join us at #TEDMED  2020 as we Make Way For Wonder. Early Bird registration is open now!

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Final Frame: It's International Lefthanders Day - and, if you're a lefty, you're in great company: @BarackObama , @DavidBowieReal , Prince William and Neil Armstrong are among the 10% of the world's population who are lefthanded. #TheLatest  #7NEWS 

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Final Frame: It's International Lefthanders Day - and, if you're a lefty, you're in great company: @BarackObama , @DavidBowieReal , Prince William and Neil Armstrong are among the 10% of the world's population who are lefthanded. #TheLatest  #7NEWS 

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50 years ago today, Neil Armstrong, Mike Collins and I launched into space on a mission of enormous importance. God bless the 400,000 Americans who helped us get to the moon and back. Together, we Americans can do anything! Never forget July 16, 1969! #Apollo50 

"Tomorrow will represent 50 years from the time we planted a beautiful American flag on the moon." 🚀🌑 President@realDonaldTrump  welcomes @astromcollins , @TheRealBuzz , and the family of Neil Armstrong to the Oval Office! #Apollo50 

“That’s one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind.” LIVE NOW: Watch NASA TV for the original replay, as the world experienced it, of Neil Armstrong’s first steps on the surface of the Moon:

Neil Armstrong: “That's one small step for a man; one giant leap for mankind.” As these words were spoken 50 years ago now, history was made. From then on, we lived in a world where humans had set foot on the Moon. Celebrate the #Apollo50th  anniversary:

NBC NEWS confirms: Neil Armstrong'>Astronaut Neil Armstrong, the first man on the moon, has died.

Armstrong family statement "Next time you walk outside on clear night & see moon smiling down at you, think of Neil & give him a wink."

Neil Armstrong was a hero not just of his time, but of all time. Thank you, Neil, for showing us the power of one small step. -bo

On this day in , the first humans set foot on the Moon during . With more #Apollo11than  half a billion people watching on television, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin went where no one had gone before. Explore archived images and stories:

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It's #NationalMoonDay ! History was made 49 years ago #today  when the first humans set foot on the Moon during Apollo 11. Watched live on television by a worldwide audience, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin went where no one had gone before. #NASA60th 

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