RMG7MDPE–Neil Armstrong, Astronaut. Official NASA portrait of Neil A. Armstrong, commander of the Apollo 11 lunar landing and the first man to walk on the moon.
RME4JPW1–Neil Armstrong, portrait of Apollo 11 Commander Neil A. Armstrong
RMHRJFA0–Neil Armstrong, Apollo 11 Astronaut, CSM
RMA2JN75–NEIL ARMSTRONG The first walk on the Moon July 1969
RMEC888R–Photograph of Astronaut Neil Armstrong during the Apollo 11 space mission. Dated 1969
RMCWFGYX–NASA Astronaut Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin prepare for EVA training April 23, 1969 at the Manned Spacecraft Center in Houston, TX.
RMBJTD11–Men On The Moon Neil Armstrong & Buzz Aldrin Apollo 11 placing the United States Flag
RME11NT4–NEIL ARMSTRONG, the U.S. astronaut who became the first man to set foot on the moon, has died at 82. Armstrong was commander of
RMBK4MXB–Apollo 11 astronaut Neil Armstrong.
RMPM4H3B–Apollo 11 Commander Neil Armstrong is looking over flight plans while being assisted by a spacesuit technician during suiting operations in the Manned Spacecraft Operations Building (MSOB) prior to the astronauts' departure to Launch Pad 39A. July 16, 1969. File Reference # 1003 202THA
RMD0HRYD–Neil Armstrong at the Lunar Landing Research Facility (LLRF).
RMT6YJAF–Photograph of Neil Armstrong in the cockpit of the Ames Bell X-14 airplane at NASA's Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, California, 1955. Image courtesy National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). ()
RMR5GYBN–Official Navy photograph of Ensign Neil A. Armstrong, future NASA astronaut and first man to set foot on the moon during the Apollo 11 mission, during his Navy service during the Korean War, May 23, 1952.
RMBPWEA6–NEIL ARMSTRONG APOLLO 11 ASTRONAUT (1969)
RMG54HE6–Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Andrew talk with Neil Armstrong, first man to set foot on the Moon, his wife Janet and Pat Collins, left, wife of Colonel Michael Collins, when then Moon men were received at Buckingham Palace during their triumphal world tour.
RMP68YA1–Photograph of Astronaut Neil Armstrong during the Apollo 11 space mission. Dated 1969
RMF4T3E1–Training astronaut Neil Armstrong in the Apollo 11, Houston, TX, USA
RMRA13AY–Apollo 11 stainless steel plaque attached to the Apollo Lunar Modules that landed on the moon. Designed by Jack Kinzler, NASA the text reads: “Here Men From The Planet Earth First Set Foot Upon The Moon, July, 1969, AD. We Came In Peace For All Mankind' followed by the engraved signatures of bears the signatures of Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins, Buzz Aldrin, and President Richard Nixon. The plaques of all the successful missions that landed remain on the moon.
RMD7JX6M–Astronaut Neil Armstrong
RMHRJF9K–Neil Armstrong, Gemini G-2C Training Suit
RMAHY8X1–NEIL ARMSTRONG left his footprint on the Moon 20 July 1969
RMD98KHE–Astronaut Neil A. Armstrong, Apollo ll mission commander, at the modular equipment storage assembly (MESA) of the Lunar Module 'Eagle' on the historic first extravehicular activity (EVA) on the lunar surface. Astronaut Edwin E. Aldrin Jr. took the photograph with a Hasselblad 70mm camera. Most photos from the Apollo 11 mission show Buzz Aldrin. This is one of only a few that show Neil Armstrong 20 July 1969
RMCWFGYR–NASA Astronaut Neil Armstrong on the deck of the NASA Motor Vessel Retriever prior to participating in water egress training in the Gulf of Mexico May 24, 1969.
RMAXF1R3–Neil Armstrong Astronaut
RMBEF7H9–Astronaut Neil Armstrong films French TV show
RMBK4MXG–Apollo 11 astronaut Neil Armstrong.
RMD0NYND–Neil Armstrong at Dryden Flight Research Center
RMD18WXA–Neil Armstrong NASA astronaut Apollo 11
RMPM4JGR–Astronaut Neil Armstrong while training for the Apollo 11 lunar landing mission. April 18,1969, Houston, Texas File Reference # 1003 758THA
RMD3DCJ7–Archive: Remembering Neil Armstrong (NASA, Marshall, 7/24/69)
RMA9TRFW–Apollo 11 space suit at the Neil Armstrong Air and Space Museum in Wapakoneta Ohio USA
RMR5GYD6–Ensign Neil A. Armstrong, US Navy, (future NASA astronaut and first man to walk on the moon during the Apollo 11 mission) tells Col. Carlson A. Roberts, USMC, and two other unidentified men of the trouble which led him to bail out of his F9F 'Panther' jet over Korea, September 18, 1951.
RMWH9BR3–Space Astronauts. Neil Armstrong.
RMC13JB8–NEIL ARMSTRONG, preparing for Apollo 11 Mission, July 1969. (c)NASA. Courtesy: Everett Collection.
RMW4P31R–Neil Armstrong stands with equipment at the Lunar Landing Research Facility (LLRF) at the Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia, February 12, 1969. Image courtesy National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). ()
RMF4T3D3–Training astronaut Neil Armstrong in the Apollo 11, Houston, TX, USA
RMCWCD58–Nixon Telephones Neil Armstrong on the Moon. Composite image of President Nixon and crude televised image of Apollo 11
RMC3RRG8–Neil Armstrong At Lunar Landing Research Facility.
RMHRJF96–Neil Armstrong, American Astronaut
RMA2FNFK–NEIL ARMSTRONG American astronaut as mission commander for the Apollo 11 moon landing on 20 July 1969
RME9Y6C5–Moon landing 20 July 1969 astronaut Neil Armstrong photographed in real time on TV in Los Angeles California KATHY DEWITT
RME54GWD–Portrait of the prime crew of the Apollo 11 lunar landing mission Commander, Neil A. Armstrong in spacesuit at Johnson Space Center May 1, 1969 in Houston, Texas. Armstrong became the first person to set foot on the lunar surface.
RMAR3W5C–Man On The Moon Neil Armstrong
RME149GY–Apr. 17, 2012 - Lunar Sampling: Apollo 11 commander Neil Armstrong gathers samples of the lunar soil soon after he made his historic first step on the surface of the Moon on July 20. Program scientists planned this as his first task in case the lunar visit was cut short. Photo Shows was taken by Edwin Aldrin from inside the landing vehicle. Part of the vehicle's shadow is visible in the foreground.
RMBK4MXM–Apollo 11 astronauts Michael Collins, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin.
RMD0NXY0–A Confident Neil Armstrong Aboard Apollo 11
RFT82A53–UNITED STATES - CIRCA 1969: A stamp printed in USA shows Neil Armstrong, first step on the moon, circa 1969.
RME7M24B–Fred Drinkwater congratulating Neil Armstrong
RMBPW399–NEIL ARMSTRONG, MICHAEL COLLINS, BUZZ ALDRIN, APOLLO 11 ASTRONAUTS 16 July 1969, Credit NASA
RMRWDY80–ARMSTRONG,COLLINS,ALDRIN, APOLLO 11 CREW, 1969 Credit NASA
RMC7X5B2–Tourist posing with waxworks of Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin at Madame Tussauds waxworks, Washington DC USA
RMC13JBF–NEIL ARMSTRONG, standing on the moon, near the flag, July 1969. (c)NASA. Courtesy: Everett Collection.
RMB9085G–Neil Armstrong on Newsweek, Official Nasa Visitor Center, Huntsville, Alabama, United States of America, North America
RMD6X4H2–Autograph signature of Col Neil Armstrong
RMCWCD4J–Apollo 11 Astronaut Edwin Aldrin on the Moon. Neil Armstrong and the Lunar Module are reflected in Aldrin's gold visor. July
RME4JPTJ–Neil Armstrong in Lunar Module after his historic moonwalk
RMP9BAW9–NEIL ARMSTRONG (1930-2012) American astronaut about 1990
RMKRGGDP–Astronaut John Young, Frank Borman and Neil Armstrong with Deke Slayton are shown during desert survival training, Reno, Nevada STEAD AFB, Reno, NV NASA Identifier: S64-14507 Desert Survival Training (7944887190)
RMCWFGJX–Technicians make the final adjustments to Apollo 11 Commander Neil A. Armstrong's spacesuit as he prepares to take part in a space vehicle Countdown Demonstration Test July 3, 1969 at the Kennedy Space Center, Florida. Astronauts Armstrong, Aldrin and Collins are practicing for ther mission, the first manned Lunar landing.
RMB4M70T–NASA Apollo XI Astronauts visit London October 1969 22 hour flying visit for american hero s Neil Armstrong Michael Collins and
RME0YBX9–Oct. 14, 1969 - The first men on the moon in London: The American astronauts who carried out the moon landing, Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins and Edwin ''Buzz'' Aldrin, arrived in London yesterday, accompanied by their wives. The astronauts are visiting 22 countries in a 38 day tour. They drove straight from the Airport to the American Embassy in Grosvenor Square
RMW0FR8H–Neil Armstrong, NASA Commander of Apollo 11, arrives to testify before a House Science and Technology Committee hearing on NASA's future human spaceflight plan in Washington on May 26, 2010. UPI/Kevin Dietsch
RMD0NXXJ–Apollo 11- Neil Armstrong Smiles After a Successful Moonwalk
RMRA138J–Apollo 11 1969 mission patch featuring the American Bald Eagle delivering an olive branch to the lunar surface as a symbol of the peaceful expedition. The badge was designed collaboratively will the input of the astronauts Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins.
RMARR8MP–American astronaut Neil Armstrong NASA Apollo 11 moon landing
RMD5WKE7–Astronaut Neil Armstrong
RMB8AEHG–Apollo 11 Prime Crew. From left to right they are: Neil A. Armstrong, , Michael Collins, and Edwin (Buzz) Aldrin Jr.
RMR90HEH–Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins and Buzz Aldrin, crew of Apollo 11, 1969. Creator: NASA.
RFJH01A2–One of the first steps taken on the Moon, this is an image of Buzz Aldrin's bootprint from the Apollo 11 mission. Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin walked on the Moon on July 20, 1969. NASA Photo
RMC13JBB–NEIL ARMSTRONG, & crew, head to the Apollo 11 spaceship, to travel to the moon, July 1969. (c)NASA. Courtesy: Everett Collection.
RMD98KGY–Astronaut Buzz Aldrin walks on the surface of the moon near the leg of the lunar module Eagle during the Apollo 11 mission. Mission commander Neil Armstrong took this photograph with a 70mm lunar surface camera. While astronauts Armstrong and Aldrin explored the Sea of Tranquillity region of the moon, astronaut Michael Collin remained with the command and service modules in lunar orbit
RFA7XED3–Neil Armstrong walking on moon stained glass window. Ft Snelling State Park Minnesota USA
RMKWC3K5–Neil Armstrong in the cockpit of the X-15, which he flew seven times from Dec. 1960 to July 1962. The rocket powered aircraft was flown over a period of nearly 10 years, setting unofficial records for speed 4,520 mph (Mach 6.7), and altitude of 354,200 feet (67 miles). (BSLOC 2015 14 129)
RMBGF22N–Neil Armstrong at the Lunar Landing Research Facility, Langley, USA
RMBDP7FD–MOON FOOTPRINT left by Neil Armstrong on the Apollo 2 mission
RMBJP5MJ–IN THE SHADOW OF THE MOON (2007) BUZZ ALDRIN, NEIL ARMSTRONG DAVID SINGTON (DIR) SMOO 001
RMCWFGK5–NASA Commander Neil A. Armstrong leads astronauts Michael Collins and Edwin E. Aldrin Jr. from the Manned Spacecraft Operations Building to the transfer van for the eight-mile trip to Pad 39A to enter their Apollo 11 spacecraft July 16, 1969 at the Kennedy Space Center, Florida. The crew is scheduled for lift-off on the first manned mission to the surface of the moon.
RMEKXNA9–America's three Apollo 11 astronauts seen here at a press conference at the US Embassy in Grosvenor Square. Left to Right Edwin 'Buzz' Aldrin, Neil Armstrong and Michael Collins . 14th October 1969
RME0YC1P–Aug. 08, 1969 - Tuxedos Replace Space Suits: The Apollo 11 astronauts pose with President Nixon and Vice President Agnew just prior to the lavish state dinner in honor of the astronauts at the Century Plaza Hotel, Los Angeles. left to right are: Edwin ''Buz'' Aldrin, Michael Collins, President Nixon, Neil Armstrong and Vice President Agnew.
RMW0M32R–NASA astronauts Neil Armstrong (left), Gemini 8 command pilot, and David Scott (right), pilot, stand on the deck of the USS Leonard F. Mason upon its arrival at Naha, Okinawa, on March 17, 1966. March 16, 2016 marks the 50th anniversary of NASA's Gemini 8 mission, the sixth manned spaceflight conducted during the United States' Project Gemini program. The primary objective of the mission, the successful docking of two spacecraft in orbit, a first in spaceflight, was a success though the crew would experience a critical in-space system failure, forcing them to abandon the mission prematurely. U
RMKRB53F–A photograph of Neil Armstrong as a young man is displayed on a table during a memorial service celebrating the life of Armstrong, Friday, Aug. 31, 2012, at the Camargo Club in Cincinnati. Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon during the 1969 Apollo 11 mission, died Saturday, Aug. 25. He was 82. Photo Credit: (NASA/Bill Ingalls) Neil Armstrong family memorial service (201208310015HQ)
RMA8W15X–NASA Moon landing. Astronaut Neil Armstrong's first step footprint in lunar soil.
RMAYNW7K–Astronaut Neil Armstrong photographed on moon Apollo 11 moon landing reflection in digitally altered water
RMD3DCKX–Archive: Astronaut Neil Armstrong (NASA, Marshall)
RMPBGKW0–Commander Neil Armstrong (right) and pilot David R. Scott prepare to board the Gemini-Titan VIII.
RMR90H80–Buzz Aldrin deploys solar wind collector on the surface of the Moon, Apollo 11 mission, July 1969. Creator: Neil Armstrong.
RMHM5TF0–United States President George H.W. Bush, right, and Apollo 11 Commander Neil Armstrong, left, appear at an event at the National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C. to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the first manned landing on the Moon on July
RMC13JB5–NEIL ARMSTRONG, in the lunar module, just after taking a walk on the moon, July 1969. (c)NASA. Courtesy: Everett Collection.
RMCKX3WF–NEIL ARMSTRONG, the U.S. astronaut who became the first man to set foot on the moon, has died at 82. Armstrong was commander of the Apollo 11 mission that landed on the moon July 20, 1969. As he set foot on the lunar surface he uttered the famous words ''That's one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind.'' PICTURED: July 18, 1969 - Cape Canaveral, Florida, U.S. - This is one of the last pictures taken of Apollo II Commander NEIL ARMSTRONG, who will be the first man ever to put his feet on the surface of the Moon early Monday morning, before he and two other astronauts set off for the
RFT11WXC–Boyhood home of Apollo 11 astronaut Neil Armstrong, the first man to step on the moon, at Wapakoneta, Ohio.
RMCWCE5X–Astronaut Neil Armstrong before the launch of the Gemini 8 mission. Armstrong performed emergency procedures when a
RMB6GCK8–NASA 'test pilot' Neil Armstrong next to the X-15 ship after a research flight.
RMHRKJC2–Neil Armstrong, American Astronaut
RMPHG2YA–FIRST MAN 2018 Universal Pictures film with Ryan Gosling as Neil Armstrong at left
RMD7M7FC–Die amerikanischen Astronauten Neil Armstrong (von vorn links), Michael Collins und Edwin E. Aldrin werden bei ihrer Ankunft auf dem Flughafen Tempelhof am 13.10.1969 von amerikanischen Kindern der John-F.-Kennedy-Schule begrüßt. Am 20.07.1969 betrat Neil Armstrong als Kommandant der Apollo 11- Mission als erster Mensch den Mond. Er wurde am 05.08.1930 in Wapakoneta (Ohio) geboren. Foto: Chris Hoffmann +++(c) dpa - Report+++
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