Buzz Aldrin was an unexplained no-show.
David Muir traveled to Apollo Mission Control in Houston to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the USA landing on the moon.
Fifty years after a mighty Saturn V rocket set off from Florida carrying the first humans to the Moon, a veteran of the Apollo 11 crew returned to the fabled launch pad Tuesday to commemorate the event that defined an era. The Saturn V rocket was 111 meters (363 feet) tall, about the height of a 36-story-tall building.
Among a number of events to mark the occasion, the vice president hosted the unveiling of Armstrong's spacesuit, which is back on display at the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum for the first time in 13 years.
The mission saw three astronauts, Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins, launched into space on July 16 1969, marking one of humanities biggest moments in space exploration.
By any measure, landing people on the moon was an unbelievable engineering achievement, the culmination of cooperative human effort of the first order.
"You're just looking to make one connection with someone, a little boy or a little girl that starts to dream, and those dreams carry them throughout their entire lives".
"No, I think that has been discounted many times over the years".
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The lunar disaster plan prepared by Safire included instructions on how Nixon should first inform the widows of the astronauts before addressing the nation explaining how "fate has ordained that the men who went to the moon to explore in peace will stay on the moon to rest in peace".
The UK Space Agency recognises the scientific benefits of missions to the Moon and the important role that the growing commercial space sector will play in providing services on the lunar surface and in orbit. The next day, the lunar module Eagle, with Armstrong and Aldrin inside, separated from the command module where Collins remained.
Back at Kennedy, NASA televised original launch video of Apollo 11, timed down to the second.
"The Parkes telescope was the most advanced, and one of the most sensitive radio telescopes in the world", the telescope's current operational scientist John Sarkissian said.
"I am not willing to rule out 2033 at all", Bridenstine said.
In the moments before stepping onto another world and uttering the famous "one small step" line, the first human on the moon dumped garbage ... which remains there to this day.