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Boarding Gemini VIII

Photographs of President Richard Nixon Greeting the Apollo 11 Astronauts on the USS Hornet

X-5

Closeup of research pilot Neil Armstrong operating the Iron Cross Attitude Simulator reaction contro

Neil A. Armstrong

Astronaut Groups 1 and 2

Pilot Neil Armstrong and X-15 #1

Pilot Neil Armstrong with X-15 #1

NASA officials, (left to right) Charles W. Mathews; Dr. Wernher von Braun, Director, Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC); Dr. George E. Mueller, Associate Administrator for Marned Space Flight; and Air Force Lt. General Samuel C. Phillips, Apollo Program Director celebrate the successful launch of Apollo 11 in the control room at Kennedy Space Center (KSC) on July 16, 1969. Boosted by the Saturn V launch vehicle, the Apollo 11 mission with a crew of three: Astronauts Neil A. Armstrong, Michael Collins, and Edwin E. Aldrin, made the first manned lunar landing. The Saturn V vehicle was developed by Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) under the direction of Dr. von Braun. n/a

Kennedy Giving Historic Speech to Congress

Pilot Neil Armstrong in the X-15 #1 cockpit

ASTRONAUT GROUP - TRAINING - ALBROOK AFB, PANAMA

Armstrong in NASA Ames' Bell X-14

Congratulations

Desert Survival Training

ARMSTRONG, NEIL

Portrait of the Gemini 8 prime crew

Gemini-Titan-8 Training - Water Egress

Photograph of Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin during Geological Training in the Quitman Mountain Area

Armstrong and Scott with Hatches Open

Gemini 8 Launched by Titan Booster

KSC-66C-1841 Gemini-8 Astronauts Neil A. Armstrong, Command Pilot, and David R. Scott, Pilot, arrive at White Room, Complex 19 to enter Spacecraft for Simulation Test. (jrs) 104-KSC-66C-1841

KSC-66C-1836 Gemini-8 Astronauts Neil A. Armstrong, Command Pilot, and David R. Scott, Pilot arrive at White Room, Complex 19 to enter Spacecraft for Simulation Test. (jrs) 104-KSC-66C-1836

KSC-66C-1845 Gemini-8 Astronauts Neil A. Armstrong, Command Pilot, and David R. Scott, Pilot, during a Photo Session for the Press outside Mission Control Center, Cape Kennedy. (jrs) 104-KSC-66C-1845

KSC-66C-1846 Gemini-8 Astronauts Neil A. Armstrong, Command Pilot, and David R. Scott, Pilot, during a Photo Session for the Press outside Mission Control Center, Cape Kennedy, FLA. (jrs) 104-KSC-66C-1846

KSC-66C-1879 GT-8 recovery with Astronauts Neil A. Armstrong, Command Pilot and David R. Scott, Pilot in pacific after their GT-8 Flight. 104-KSC-66C-1879

KSC-66C-1847 Gemini-8 Astronauts Neil Armstrong and David Scott enjoy breakfast with fellow Astronauts prior to Liftoff. (jrs) 104-KSC-66C-1847

KSC-66C-1861 Gemini-8 Astronauts Neil Armstrong and David Scott are shown entering elevator at Complex 19, Cape Kennedy. (jrs) 104-KSC-66C-1861

KSC-66C-1872 Gemini 8 Command Pilot Neil A. Armstrong seen through window of Gemini 8 Spacecraft just before liftoff. (jrs) 104-KSC-66C-1872

KSC-66C-1878 Gemini 8 Astronauts pose with the PARA-RESCUE team. Left-to-right, top: Neil Armstrong, E. M. Neil, David Scott; bottom row: L. D. Huyett and G. N. Moore. (jrs) 104-KSC-66C-1878

KSC-66C-1867 Gemini-8 Astronauts Neil A. Armstrong and David R. Scott leave Transfer Van at Complex 19, Cape Kennedy prior to boarding their Gemini 8 Spacecraft. (jrs) 104-KSC-66C-1867

CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. -- At Cape Kennedy Air Force Station in Florida, Gemini 8 lifts off atop a Titan II rocket with command pilot Neil A. Armstrong and pilot David R. Scott aboard. They plan to rendezvous and dock with an Agena target satellite and Scott will perform a spacewalk. Photo Credit: NASA KSC-66PC-0038

KSC-66C-1855 Gemini-8 Astronauts Neil A. Armstrong and David R. Scott leave Transfer Van at Complex 19, Cape Kennedy prior to boarding their Gemini 8 Spacecraft. (jrs) 104-KSC-66C-1855

KSC-66C-1850 Gemini 8 Astronaut Neil Armstrong is aided by Suit Technician Jim Garrepy, during preparations for today’s Gemini 8 Mission (jrs) 104-KSC-66C-1850

KSC-66C-1875 Astronauts David Scott and Neil Armstrong wait for the order to board their Gemini 8 Spacecraft in the White Room at Cape Kennedy, Complex 19. (jrs) 104-KSC-66C-1875

KSC-66C-1851 Astronauts Neil Armstrong and David Scott leave Suiting Trailer to enter Transfer Van, Complex 19, Cape Kennedy prior to boarding their Spacecraft for Gemini 8 Mission. (jrs) 104-KSC-66C-1851

KSC-66C-1869 Astronauts Neil Armstrong and David Scott leave Suiting Trailer and enter Transfer Van at Cape Kennedy prior to boarding their Spacecraft for Gemini 8 Mission. (jrs) 104-KSC-66C-1869

KSC-66C-1852 Gemini-8 Astronauts Neil A. Armstrong and David R. Scott are helped into their Gemini 8 Spacecraft by White Room technicians at Complex 19, Cape Kennedy, Prior to Liftoff. (jrs) 104-KSC-66C-1852

KSC-66C-1863 Gemini-8 Astronauts Neil Armstrong and David Scott prepare to enter elevator at Complex 19, Cape Kennedy. (jrs) 104-KSC-66C-1863

KSC-66C-1849 Gemini 8 Astronaut Neil Armstrong is aided by Suit Technician Jim Garrepy, during preparations for Gemini 8 Mission (jrs) 104-KSC-66C-1849

KSC-66C-1881 Astronauts Neil Armstrong and David Scott say a few words for the crowd that greeted them on their arrival at Skid Strip from Hawaii. (jrs) 104-KSC-66C-1881

Edwin E. (Buzz) Aldrin

Apollo 11 crew members (L-R) Edwin Aldrin, Neil Armstrong, and Michael Collins

Mission Accomplished

Apollo 11 Crew Conduct Checks in the Command Module

Neil Armstrong On The Moon

Aldrin Looks Back at Tranquility Base

Apollo 11 Launched Via Saturn V Rocket

Apollo 11 Astronauts and Apollo/Saturn V Space Vehicle

Beginning the Mission

Neil Armstrong On The Moon

Gold Olive Branch Left on the Moon by Neil Armstrong

Apollo 11 Crew During Training Exercise

Apollo 11 Bootprint

Apollo 11 Recovery Area

Portrait of Astronaut Neil A. Armstrong, commander of Apollo 11 mission

Lunar Landing Training vehicle piloted by Neil Armstrong during training

Thousands of News Reporters Watch Apollo 11 Lift Off

Chicago Welcomes the Apollo 11 Astronauts

Moonwalk One, ca. 1970

Moonwalk One, ca. 1970
Moonwalk One, ca. 1970

Apollo 11: East Crater Panorama

Apollo 11 Launch

Apollo 11 Welcome

Interior view of Mobile Quarantine Facility with Apollo 11 crewmembers

Neil Armstrong

Apollo 11: Onto a New World

Apollo 11 Launch

Nixon Telephones Armstrong on the Moon

The Apollo 11 Prime Crew

Time of Apollo - 1975 NASA Documentary [HD] [Original FULL VERSION]

Early moments of the Apollo 11 launch

Apollo 11 Crew in Raft before Recovery

Liftoff of the Apollo 11 lunar landing mission

President Nixon visits Apollo 11 crew in quarantine

Apollo 11 Astronauts Swarmed by Thousands In Mexico City Parade.

Apollo 11 Lunar Module ascent stage photographed from Command Module

Apollo 11 Mission Image - View of Moon limb and Lunar Module during ascent, Mare Smythii, Earth on horizon

Portrait of Apollo 11 crewmembers

Buzz Aldrin on the Moon

President Nixon Meets the Apollo 11 Astronauts on the Lawn of the White House

Apollo 11 Launched Via the Saturn V Rocket-High Angle View

Apollo 11 - Saturn Apollo Program

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - An overhead crane lifts the Saturn V first stage for the Apollo 11 mission from the transfer aisle floor in preparation for stacking on a mobile launcher within the Vehicle Assembly Building's High Bay 1. The fully assembled vehicle will be called the Apollo/Saturn 506. The 138-foot-long stage, to which two additional stages -- the instrument unit and the Apollo spacecraft -- will be added, will generate a liftoff thrust of 7.7 million pounds. Astronauts Neil A. Armstrong, Michael Collins and Edwin E. Aldrin Jr. will pilot the mission which is to include a lunar landing in the lunar module by Armstrong and Aldrin. KSC-69PC-69

Apollo 11 - Saturn Apollo Program

Apollo 11 - Saturn Apollo Program

Astronaut Neil Armstrong - Rock Sample Study - Geological Field Trip - TX

Apollo 11 - Saturn Apollo Program

Armstrong - scooping sample - CREW TRAINING - APOLLO XI - MSC

Astronaut Neil Armstrong participates in lunar surface simulation training

Astronaut Neil Armstrong during thermovacuum training

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Carrying the Apollo 11 Saturn V space vehicle and mobile launcher, the transporter inches its way to the hardstand atop Launch Complex 39A. (Unfueled Saturn V weighs 1/2 million pounds,) Rollout began at 12:30 p.m. EDT today and was completed at 7:46 p.m. after positioning the 12.5-million-pound load on support pedestals. The transporter carried the vehicle along the 3.5-mile crawlerway at an average speed of less than 1 mile per hour. The 363-foot-high space vehicle is to launch Apollo 11 astronauts Neil A. Armstrong, Michael Collins and Edwin E. Aldrin Jr. on the Nation's first manned lunar landing mission. KSC-69PC-249

AS11-36-5391 - Apollo 11 - Apollo 11 Mission image - Astronaut Edwin E. Aldrin inside the Lunar Module

AS11-36-5390 - Apollo 11 - Apollo 11 Mission image - Astronaut Edwin E. Aldrin inside the Lunar Module

AS11-40-5959 - Apollo 11 - Apollo 11 Mission image - Lunar surface and horizon

AS11-37-5528 - Apollo 11 - Apollo 11 Mission image - Neil A. Armstrong inside the Lunar Module after EVA

AS11-36-5399 - Apollo 11 - Apollo 11 Mission image - Astronaut Edwin E. Aldrin inside the Lunar Module

AS11-40-5954 - Apollo 11 - Apollo 11 Mission image - Lunar surface and horizon

AS11-40-5886 - Apollo 11 - Apollo 11 Mission image - Astronaut Neil Armstrong works at the Lunar Module

AS11-40-5930 - Apollo 11 - Apollo 11 Mission image - Lunar surface and horizon Module

AS11-40-5928 - Apollo 11 - Apollo 11 Mission image - Astronaut Edwin Aldrin unpacks experiments from the Lunar Module