RMT5BM4R–Portrait photograph of Neil Alden Armstrong, the first person on the Moon, an American astronaut and aeronautical engineer from Wapakoneta, Ohio, 1958. Image courtesy National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). ()
RM2JYY5M6–from a series of cards for Brooke Bond Tea; 1973; 'Adventurers & Explorers', illustrated by John ; depicting illustrated colour image of Neil Alden Armstrong (1930-2012), American; colour Illustration of Armstrong on the moon (A series of 50 cards, no. 50).
RM2G225DG–aerospace, USA, NASA, training, earth landing, astronaut Neil Alden Armstrong trains exit, ADDITIONAL-RIGHTS-CLEARANCE-INFO-NOT-AVAILABLE
RMG16C4P–X-15 pilot Armstrong, beside his airplane following a flight at Edwards Air Force Base. Neil Alden Armstrong (August 5, 1930 - August 25, 2012) was an American astronaut and the first person to walk on the Moon. He was also an aerospace engineer, naval av
RMBEF7H9–Astronaut Neil Armstrong films French TV show
RMR4H7N1–The 243rd Navy Birthday poster featuring Neil Alden Armstrong with a Forged by the Sea theme.
RMJB3APW–MALAGACY REPUBLIC - CIRCA 1981: A postage stamp printed in the Madagascar shows Neil Alden Armstrong first person to walk on the Moon, circa 1981
RMR90H3R–Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong in quarantine, Apollo 11 mission, July 1969. Creator: NASA.
RME7M24B–Fred Drinkwater congratulating Neil Armstrong
RMBEEAG8–Georges Pompidou with Apollo 11 astronauts
RMHRJFA1–Neil Armstrong, Apollo 11 Astronaut, LM
RMR90HF2–The first footprint on the Moon', Apollo 11 mission, July 1969. Creator: NASA.
RMGE4F4R–Description (February 1964) photograph by NASA photographer Lee Jones. Neil Armstrong in cockpit of the Ames Bell X-14 airplane at NASA's Ames Research Center. Image # A-32136-4 Date: August 27, 2012
RMHRJFA0–Neil Armstrong, Apollo 11 Astronaut, CSM
RM2GGBNMK–World's Fastest Piloted Aircraft. Piloted by Neil Armstrong. Bridged the gap between human flight in the atmosphere and spaceflight. North American X-15, rocket powered experimental aircraft; black titanium skin with wedge shaped horizontal stablizer; yellow stripe NASA inisignia on tail with stars and red bars United States national insignia on wings; white letter text "U.S. AIR FORCE" on the sides of the fuselage.
RMGE4FCX–Description (February 1964) photograph by NASA photographer Lee Jones. Ames Test Pilot Fred Drinkwater congratulating Neil Armstrong on his first lunar hovering in the Ames Bell X-14 airplane at NASA's Ames Research Center. Image # A-32136-3
RME05M2H–Neil A. Armstrong
RMHRJF9K–Neil Armstrong, Gemini G-2C Training Suit
RMR90H7E–Buzz Aldrin on the Moon, Apollo II mission, July 1969. Creator: Neil Armstrong.
RME05NE4–Portrait of Astronaut Neil A. Armstrong, commander of Apollo 11 mission
RMHRKJC2–Neil Armstrong, American Astronaut
RMR90H7F–Buzz Aldrin on the Moon, Apollo II mission, July 1969. Creator: Neil Armstrong.
RME05M6E–Closeup of research pilot Neil Armstrong operating the Iron Cross Attitude Simulator reaction contro
RMHRJF8Y–Scott and Armstrong, Gemini 8 Astronauts
RM2GGBNGY–Communications carrier used by Neil Armstrong, Apollo 11, 1949. Headset used by astronaut Neil Armstrong during the Apollo 11 mission in July 1969. Communications carriers were worn during launch and the mission, and were affectionately known as the "Snoopy Cap" from its resemblance to a famous cartoon character of the era. It was constructed of an elastic center portion with Teflon fabric sides containing the communications equipment and mouthpiece. It fastened beneath the chin and was worn during the launch sequence, while in the lunar module, and on the lunar surface.
RME05NJH–Armstrong in NASA Ames' Bell X-14
RMHRJF9A–Armstrong and Scott, Gemini 8 Astronauts
RMT81R15–Neil Armstrong, American Astronaut and Test Pilot
RM2GGBNHC–This Mobile Quarantine Facility (MQF) was one of four built by NASA for astronauts returning from the Moon. Its purpose was to prevent the unlikely spread of lunar contagions by isolating the astronauts from contact with other people. A converted Airstream trailer, the MQF contained living and sleeping quarters, a kitchen, and a bathroom. Quarantine was assured by keeping the air pressure inside lower than the pressure outside and by filtering the air vented from the facility. This MQF was used by Apollo 11 astronauts Armstrong, Aldrin, and Collins immediately after their return to Earth.
RMT81R20–Neil Armstrong Flies Iron Cross Simulator, 1956
RMT81R1F–Apollo 11, Neil Armstrong Studies Flight Plans, 1969
RM2CBAJMG–Buzz Aldrin's Footprint on the Surface of the Moon, 1969.
RMT81R27–Apollo 11, Neil Armstrong with LEM Simulator, 1969
RMT81R22–Apollo 11, Neil Armstrong Arrives at KSC, 1969
RME05MT6–President Nixon Meets the Apollo 11 Astronauts on the Lawn of the White House
RMT81PRK–Neil Armstrong, American Astronaut
RMT81R4P–Apollo 11, Neil Armstrong EVA Training, 1969
RM2CBA89K–Buzz Aldrin with Apollo 11 Lunar Module on the Moon, 1969.
RME05MT5–Apollo 11: Flight Crew
RMT81R4J–Apollo 11, Neil Armstrong EVA Training, 1969
RM2CBA8A8–Buzz Aldrin Walking on the Surface of the Moon Near a Leg of the Lunar Module, 1969.
RME05N2N–Apollo 11: Onto a New World
RMT81R4A–Apollo 11, Neil Armstrong with Hasselblad Camera, 1969
RMT81R4X–Apollo 11, Neil Armstrong EVA Training, 1969
RM2CBA8AD–Buzz Aldrin on the Moon with Components of the Early Apollo Scientific Experiments Package, 1969.
RMT81R4H–Apollo 11, Neil Armstrong EVA Training, 1969
RM2CBA8AR–Buzz Aldrin on the Moon with the American Flag, 1969.
RMT81R48–Apollo 11, Neil Armstrong EVA Training, 1969
RMT81R31–Apollo 11 Recovery, Neil Armstrong, 1969
RMT81R4M–Apollo 11, Neil Armstrong EVA Training, 1969
RMT81R4R–Apollo 11, Neil Armstrong EVA Training, 1969
RM2CBAKCK–President Richard M. Nixon Welcomes the Apollo 11 Astronauts Aboard Recovery Ship USS Hornet, 1969.
RMT81R1R–Apollo 11 MQF, Neil Armstrong Greets Family, 1969