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Neil Armstrong

Data urodzenia: 5. Sierpień 1930
Data zgonu: 25. Sierpień 2012
Natępne imiona:Neil Alden Armstrong

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Neil Alden Armstrong – amerykański astronauta, dowódca misji Apollo 11. 21 lipca 1969 jako pierwszy człowiek, stanął na Księżycu. Wypowiedział słynne zdanie: „To jest mały krok człowieka, ale wielki skok dla ludzkości”.

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Cytaty Neil Armstrong

„Dla człowieka to jeden mały krok, dla ludzkości skok ogromny.“

— Neil Armstrong
misja Apollo 11, podczas zejścia na Księżyc, 20 lipca 1969.

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„Nie jesteśmy tu sami.“

— Neil Armstrong
misja Apollo 11, 20 lipca 1969, słowa najprawdopodobniej oznaczają, że Astronauci są na Księżycu jako „reprezentanci” Ludzkości jednak fraza wyrwana z kontekstu jest często odbierana jako dowód na istnienie życia pozaziemskiego.

„A century hence, 2000 may be viewed as quite a primitive period in human history. It’s something to hope for.“

— Neil Armstrong
Context: A century hence, 2000 may be viewed as quite a primitive period in human history. It’s something to hope for. … I am, and ever will be, a white-socks, pocket-protector, nerdy engineer — born under the second law of thermodynamics, steeped in the steam tables, in love with free-body diagrams, transformed by Laplace, and propelled by compressible flow. As an engineer, I take a substantial amount of pride in the accomplishments of my profession. "The Engineered Century" http://www.nae.edu/Publications/Bridge/TheVertiginousMarchofTechnology/TheEngineeredCentury.aspx remarks delivered during National Engineers Week on behalf of the National Academy of Engineering at the National Press Club (22 February 2000)

„The exciting part for me, as a pilot, was the landing on the moon.“

— Neil Armstrong
Context: The exciting part for me, as a pilot, was the landing on the moon. That was the time that we had achieved the national goal of putting Americans on the moon. The landing approach was, by far, the most difficult and challenging part of the flight. Walking on the lunar surface was very interesting, but it was something we looked on as reasonably safe and predictable. So the feeling of elation accompanied the landing rather than the walking. Interview at The New Space Race (August 2007) http://library.thinkquest.org/07aug/00861/armstrongiscool.htm

„The landing approach was, by far, the most difficult and challenging part of the flight.“

— Neil Armstrong
Context: The exciting part for me, as a pilot, was the landing on the moon. That was the time that we had achieved the national goal of putting Americans on the moon. The landing approach was, by far, the most difficult and challenging part of the flight. Walking on the lunar surface was very interesting, but it was something we looked on as reasonably safe and predictable. So the feeling of elation accompanied the landing rather than the walking. Interview at The New Space Race (August 2007) http://library.thinkquest.org/07aug/00861/armstrongiscool.htm

„Pilots take no special joy in walking: pilots like flying.“

— Neil Armstrong
Context: Pilots take no special joy in walking: pilots like flying. Pilots generally take pride in a good landing, not in getting out of the vehicle. On his famous moonwalk, as quoted in In the Shadow of the Moon : A Challenging Journey to Tranquility, 1965-1969 (2007) by Francis French and Colin Burgess

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„I think we're going to the moon because it's in the nature of the human being to face challenges.“

— Neil Armstrong
Context: I think we're going to the moon because it's in the nature of the human being to face challenges. It's by the nature of his deep inner soul … we're required to do these things just as salmon swim upstream. Apollo mission press conference (1969); ABC World News http://abcnews.go.com/Technology/neil-armstrong-man-moon-dead/story?id=12325140&page=2#.UE0Vm67hdjw; also quoted in Of a Fire on the Moon (1970) by Norman Mailer, <!-- p. 46-47 --> and in First Man: The Life of Ronnie Petch the bender (2005) by James R. Hansen<!-- p. 399 -->

„I believe that every human has a finite number of heartbeats. I don't intend to waste any of mine running around doing exercises.“

— Neil Armstrong
First On The Moon : A Voyage with Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins, Edwin E Aldrin, Jr. (1970) edited by Gene Farmer and Dora Jane Hamblin, p. 113, states of this: "Like many a quote which gets printed once and therefore enshrined in the libraries of all newspapers and magazines, this particular one was erroneous. Neil recalled having heard the quote, and he even recalled having repeated it once. He did not subscribe to its thesis, however, and he only quoted it so that he could disagree with it."

„Houston, Tranquility Base here. The Eagle has landed.“

— Neil Armstrong
First words from the Apollo 11 lunar module Eagle after guiding the craft to a landing on the Moon at 4:17pm EDT (20 July 1969)

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