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Neil Armstrong Dead, Again: First Man To Walk On Moon Is Also First Man To Die Twice After ABC News Mobile Site Goof …

27 August 2013 | 7:13 pm Neil Armstrong was the first man to walk on the moon. Hes also the first man to die twice — at least according to a goof on the ABC News mobile website. Armstrong, 82, died August 25, 2012, in Cincinnati, Ohio, but the story on ABC News mobile site indicates that the famed astronaut died August 27, 2013. Its unclear what caused the mixup, but as of 11 a.m. EST the story on the ABC News … http://www.ibtimes.com/neil-armstrong-dead-again-first-man-walk-moon-also-first-man-die-twice-after-abc-news-mobile-site

ABC Blames Time Stamp Update For Resurrecting Neil Armstrong Obituary

27 August 2013 | 6:53 pm Weve seen obituaries published prematurely were looking at you, Reuters but this may be the first time an obituary has arrived a year late. Confusion surrounding an ABC News story announcing Neil Armstrongs death led many on social media to believe that the first man to walk on the moon died today when his actual date of death was just over a year ago, on August 25, 2012. http://www.ibtimes.com/abc-blames-time-stamp-update-resurrecting-neil-armstrong-obituary-1400849

Video: Astronaut Neil Armstrong Dies At 82 Anniversary

27 August 2013 | 3:14 pm Watch Video: The first man to step foot on the moon has died at the age of 82. http://www.kearneyhub.com/news/national/video-astronaut-neil-armstrong-dies-at-anniversary/article_68876440-0f22-11e3-b40c-001a4bcf887a.html

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ABC News Kills Neil Armstrong (On Twitter) – Mediaite.com

27 August 2013 | 5:41 pm An out of context ABC News headline led much of Twitter to think Neil Armstrong died last night. He actually passed away one year ago. http://www.mediaite.com/online/abc-news-kills-neil-armstrong-on-twitter/

Yes, Neil Armstrong is Dead, but He's Been Dead for a Year …

27 August 2013 | 4:24 pm Astronaut Neil Armstrong died last year, but Twitter is mourning him now. http://www.geekosystem.com/neil-armstrong-still-dead/

[UPDATED] Dear ABC News (and others): Neil Armstrong died *last …

27 August 2013 | 3:25 pm 25, 2012, the day Neil Armstrong died, and was updated this week with a new video to commemorate the anniversary of Armstrong's death. This update changed the time stamp on our mobile site, causing some to share the  http://jimromenesko.com/2013/08/27/dear-abc-news-and-others-neil-armstrong-died-last-august/

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11 Responses to Neil Armstrong

    • Curator says:

      You are confusing Lance Armstrong with Neil Armstrong
      Lance Armstrong – famous biker in trouble for steroids (or something)
      Neil Armstrong- first man on the moon
      (fairly certain there are no biking races on the moon. he did play golf though.)

    • Curator says:

      Armstrong got his first real glimpse of the Moon as a Boy Scout. As a teenage scout in his hometown of Wapakoneta, Ohio, Armstrong and fellow scouts went to the home of a local engineering draftsman who had installed an eight-inch reflecting telescope, mounted on roller-skate wheels, on the roof of his garage. The amateur astronomer later boasted to newspapers that Armstrong had been so fascinated by what he saw that evening that he had returned numerous times afterward. That actually wasn’t true, according to the astronaut’s authorized biography, but Armstrong never corrected the story, apparently because he didn’t want to embarrass someone from his hometown who’d merely tried to lay claim to a tiny bit of his fame.

      Armstrong had musical chops. In high school, he took up an unusual brass instrument, the baritone horn (a sort of a cross between the trumpet and trombone), because he liked the instrument’s distinctive tone. In addition to the school orchestra, he also was in a combo, the Mississippi Moonshiners, which performed Spike Jones tunes at union-hall dances for $5, split four ways. “Neil was a very good musician,” one of the other members of the band later told Armstrong’s official biographer, James Hanson. “He had a strong after-beat, and he kept us going.”

      Armstrong almost didn’t make it to the Moon. After accomplishing the first successful docking of two spacecraft in orbit in March 1966, Armstrong’s Gemini space capsule began to seriously malfunction, and he and colleague David Scott were ordered to cut short the mission and come home. According to an Associated Press account, they endured some “desperate, fearful moments” before finally splashing down and being rescued by divers.

      Armstrong’s famous statement on the Moon actually was different from what we all think we heard. What he actually said was “One small step for a man,” which makes a lot more sense logically. In 2006, an Australian researcher analyzed the recording of Armstrong’s transmission and discovered that due to limitations of communication technology at the time, a few milliseconds of what the astronaut said had been dropped.

      Spiritually, Armstrong had something in common with Thomas Jefferson. Armstrong marked “no religious preference” on his NASA application, which later led famous American atheist Madalyn Murray O’Hair to claim that he shared her views. According to Hansen’s book, however, Armstrong actually considered himself a deist, a person whose faith in God is based on reason rather than religious revelation or the teachings of a particular church.

  • Dave says:

    Do You Think The Apollo 11 Moon Landing Was Faked? There is a big debate going around on whether or not the world famous Apollo 11 moon landing was fake or not. A lot of people believe that the moon landing performed by Neil Armstrong and his crew was a hoax, that it was a complete fake.

    There are a lot of theories as to why its fake, and why its real.
    But I would like to know what you think about this..
    Do you think the moon landing was fake?

    I suggest doing some research on it and then make your decision. Thanks.

  • Dakota says:

    HTML Code Please Help? Ok so below I am going to past some code I wrote for a Internet Technologies class. My questions are in comments written with in the code. Thanks for the help.

    < !DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C/DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1-strict.dt…



    Albert I

    Albert I

    On June 11, 1948, Albert I – the first monkey astronaut – launched into space on a V-2 Blossom III rocket from White Sands Proving Ground, a NASA space station in New Mexico. The first of four monkeys (Albert I-IV) launched into space between June 1948 and December 1949, Albert was the original monkey pioneer.

    Albert’s journey would begin a fruitful period of research for NASA which would culminate in Neil Armstrong’s momentous journey to the moon. One small step for man, one giant leap for primatekind. Sadly, a lack of fanfare resulted in Albert I remaining an unsung hero of animal astronauts.

    Albert I



    It was very irritating having to write all this code from the text book. The text book game me a link to which I could copy the code and past but the link was broken so I had to do it the hard way. Does anyone know a link to a website with tags and descriptions for what the tags do. HTML and CSS tags would be awesome. Thanks.

  • Dakota says:

    HTML Language Please Help? Ok so below I am going to past some code I wrote for a Internet Technologies class. My questions are in comments written with in the code. Thanks for the help.

    < !DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C/DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1-strict.dtd">




    Albert I

    Albert I

    On June 11, 1948, Albert I – the first monkey astronaut – launched into space on a V-2 Blossom III rocket from White Sands Proving Ground, a NASA space station in New Mexico. The first of four monkeys (Albert I-IV) launched into space between June 1948 and December 1949, Albert was the original monkey pioneer.

    Albert’s journey would begin a fruitful period of research for NASA which would culminate in Neil Armstrong’s momentous journey to the moon. One small step for man, one giant leap for primatekind. Sadly, a lack of fanfare resulted in Albert I remaining an unsung hero of animal astronauts.

    Albert I



    It was very irritating having to write all this code from the text book. The text book game me a link to which I could copy the code and past but the link was broken so I had to do it the hard way. Does anyone know a link to a website with tags and descriptions for what the tags do. HTML and CSS tags would be awesome. Thanks.

    • Curator says:

      The greatest value is what the experience does for you, but even as a gold star on your resume it is valuable, especially for your first job. Police forces are looking for people who can think on their feet and operate as part of a team, and an Eagle Scout knows how to do both. Eagle Scouts are very prominent in cutting edge fields – two of the 12 men who ever walked on the moon (including the first, Neil Armstrong) were Eagle Scouts.

  • Justin says:

    I Would Like To Research Space And Space Shuttles.? Any good sites to learn about different shuttles and different astronauts from the past. I already know Neil Armstrong but like other astronaut’s. And sites that contain good information on the space center in space? Good sites with reliable information how good of a topic is it for research i know that sounds stupid because space is well it’s space.

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