Neil Armstrong’s one small step onto the surface of the moon directed the human space explorations to a specific destiny and today what we exploring is the resultant of that small step. This small step not only changed the space history but also turned an astronaut to a national hero. Unfortunately, he is no more with us but his glory will be remembered for years. Lets remember his life through images.
The following images is the portrait of Armstrong when he was a test pilot at Edwards Air Force Base in California in November 20, 1956.
On April 20, 1962, Neil Armstrong completed a test flight on an X-15.
The below picture consists of Edwin E. Aldrin Jr., Neil A. Armstrong and Michael Collins (L to R) taken on January 10, 1969.
In below picture Neil Armstrong is standing at Lunar Landing Research Facility in February 1969.
On April 22, 1969 Armstrong participates in lunar landing simulation.
A portrait is presented of Neil Armstrong on July 1, 1969 at NASA.
The below images shows the arrival of Armstrong at the flight crew training building at the NASA Kennedy Space Center on July 9, 1969.
The following picture shows reporters interviewing Armstrong’s wife and children on July 16, 1969.
On July 20, 1969, Armstrong walked on the lunar surface for the first time.
You can see footprints left on the moon in the below picture taken on July 20, 1969.
In the below image you can see Neil A. Armstrong (L) and Buzz Aldrin (R) placing an American flag on the moon on July 20, 1969.
You can see the happy face of Neil Armstrong after the completion of the Lunar EVA on July 20, 1969.
The following picture was taken on July 24, 1969. Its the Mission Operations Control Room celebrating Apollo 11′s successful splashdown.
On July 24, 1969, Richard Nixon visits the Apollo 11 crew in the Mobile Quarantine Facility.
On July 27, 1969,t he wives of the Apollo 11 crew visit their husbands in quarantine.
On August 13, 1969, New York City celebrated Apollo 11 success as you see astronauts with a ticker tape parade.
On October 1, 1978, Armstrong received the first Congressional Space Medal of Honor from President Jimmy Carter.
In the below picture you can see Armstrong at the Dryden Flight Research Center on January 1991.
In the following image you can see Armstrong with his NASA Ambassadors of Exploration award. The picture was taken on April 18, 2006.