It’s Been 45 Years Since First Moon Landing

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“That’ small step for a , giant leap for mankind,” astronaut Neil Armstrong said 45 years ago, as he descended from a short ladder and stepped onto the moon.

July 20, 1969, Armstrong and Edwin Eugene “Buzz” Aldrin Jr. were the first men land the moon.


In an effort outpace the Soviet Union in “The Space ,” reports that President John F. Kennedy finally made good 1961 promise an American on the lunar surface the of the Apollo 11 mission. (Although President Richard Nixon in office at the of the landing.)