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NASA is honoring Neil Armstrong's birthday by remembering his legacy.
Neil Armstrong, the first person to walk on the moon, would have been 89 today. NASA on Monday honored the astronaut, who died in 2012, with a tweet and video remembering the "engineer," "pilot," "teacher" and "American hero." The video includes soundbites, images and videos of Armstrong.
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"Neil Armstrong is remembered for many feats, including breaking records in aviation and spaceflight," the tweet reads. "On his birthday, we remember the man who inspired millions when he walked on the surface of the moon."
NASA also shared a post on its site about Armstrong's 39th birthday, which was spent...
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