Vdes Neil Armstrong, njeriu që shkeli i pari në Hënë







SHBA- Vdes në moshën 82-vjecare njeriu që bëri revolucion në misionet hapsinore duke shkelur i pari në Hënë.
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Neil Armstrong humbi jetën pas një operacioni në zemër të kryer këtë muaj, pas të cilit mjekët identifikuan dhe bllokim të enëve të gjakut.
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Shtetet e Bashkuara të Amerikës fituan garën hapësinore ndaj Bashkimit Sovjetik kur Neil Armstrong eci i pari në sipërfaqen e Hënës në vitin 1969.
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Neil Armstrong shkeli në hënë në 20 korrik të vitit 1969 pasi drejtoi misionin ‘Apollo’, teksa tek të gjithë mbetën fjalët e tij të famshme. ‘Një hap i vogël për njeriun, një hap i madh për njerëzimin’.

Neil Armstrong
Photo of Neil Armstrong, July 1969, in space suit with the helmet off
Armstrong in 1969
Neil Armstrong Signature.svg
NASA Astronaut
Other namesNeil Alden Armstrong
NationalityAmerican
BornAugust 5, 1930
Wapakoneta, Ohio, U.S.
DiedAugust 25, 2012 (aged 82)
Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S.
Previous occupationNaval aviatortest pilot
Time in space8 days, 14 hours, 12 minutes, and 30 seconds
Selection1958 Man In Space Soonest
1960 Dyna-Soar
1962 NASA Group 2
Total EVAs1
Total EVA time2 hours 31 minutes
MissionsGemini 8Apollo 11
Mission insigniaGe08Patch orig.png Apollo 11 insignia.png
AwardsPresidential Medal of Freedom Congressional Space Medal of Honor
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File:Quincy Jones, John Glenn, and Neil Armstrong during NASA's 50th anniversary gala.jpg

File:RIAN archive 837790 Valentina Tereshkova and Neil Armstrong.jpg


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