The Man who walk on the Moon has Gone

Neil Armstrong has gone on Saturday, August 25, 2012 at the age of 82 at his home in Ohio, he became the first man to set foot on the Moon. At that time he became an astronaut in exploration missions to the moon, Apollo 11 are very spectacular remembered by mankind.

His first sentence at the time set foot on the moon, "That's one small step for (a) man, one giant leap for mankind" that continue to be remembered today. A departure that brings sorrow, especially for families and friends astronauts compatriots, Buzz Aldrin.

He is a hero to his country, a humble unpretentious, as is always said, that he was just doing the task at hand successfully landed on the Moon. As said by Obama, President of the United States, through a statement released by The White House on Saturday, "The legacy that will last. Lit the one who has taught us the great power of a small step."

As written in the article quoting Washington Post, the family said Armstrong had previously suffered complications after undergoing cardiovascular surgery. Even so, the family was not told where and when Armstrong died.

Events in July 1969 is always remembered for mankind, humans set foot there, meet the expectations inaugurated by President John F. Kennedy, eight years earlier, made the U.S. as the first country to send a man to the Moon.

Someone who is very good and exemplary in achieving dreams, stated by his family. He is willing to explore and push the boundaries, and selflessly serve a purpose greater than himself. A husband, father, grandfather, brother, and a loving friend.

The whole work was initiated by the Apollo missions, and really inspire people. The idea developed in such a way even the success of Curiosity robot landing on Mars, more and even more then the human race to be able to fly into space and do many other things to do travel, if possible one day's time.

Good Bye Neil Armstrong!

(Source, Washington Post, AFP /Image wikipedia)


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