Remembering the day US astronauts landed on the moon
Remembering the day US astronauts landed on the moon Remembering the day US astronauts landed on the moonAnd finally, tonight from Houston America strong NASA giving us an extraordinary opportunity today to broadcast right here from Apollo Mission Control. You can see over my shoulder hear the American flag, the video of Neil Armstrong. As it came in 50 years ago, the consoles have all been restored. In fact, you can see the flight plans here just where they were left the ashtrays, two telephones, so much history right here in this room we thought we would look back tonight at some of the things you might not remember and those final moments before landing and That is Neil Armstrong to send it down that ladder at the White House President, Richard Nixon and his speechwriter quietly prepare to speech if Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin were stranded on the moon. President slimes with tell the nation they’re Brave astronauts, would stay on the moon to rest in peace, but instead Americans in mission control for this, you Armstrong’s, wife, Jan. What kind of plans do you have for Leah when he gets back up, quiet, outing or what I have to get back? The Armstrongs had lost their daughter at just to the cancer, and it was said through the years that Neil Armstrong might have left a bracelet on the moon. For her Armstrong sister, an interview decades later was asked if that was true answering oh, I dearly hope so and that famous American flag, all of the flags from the Apollo missions, are still standing except the one from Apollo 11 Buzz Aldrin saying in the rocket blasts. They left leaving their footprints on the moon and their place in history. You know, Neil Armstrong said one small step, but we all know is much bigger than that. We honor the astronauts and the workers here at Nasa who made it happen. Hi everyone, George Stephanopoulos here thanks for checking up ABC News, YouTube channel if you’d like to get more videos, show highlights and watch live event coverage click on the right over here to subscribe to our Channel and don’t forget to download the ABC News. At 4, news alerts for watching Neil Armstrong had lost a daughter at the age of 2 to cancer before the Apollo 11 mission.