Astronaut and former US Senator John Glenn dies at 95
John Glenn, the all-American astronaut and senator who rocketed into history on flights 36 years apart as the first American to orbit the Earth and the oldest person in space, died Thursday at age 95.
Neil Armstrong: On The Moon We Were Ordered By ALIENS To 'move Away'
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Forgotten Apollo moon artifacts found in Neil Armstrong's closet
A hidden treasure trove of gear flown on the Apollo 11 mission to the moon sees the light of day after Neil Armstrong's widow shares the find with the Smithsonian.
Neil Armstrong's photo legacy: Rare views of first man on the moon
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Frank P. Lahm
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Astronaut and former US Senator John Glenn dies at 95
John Glenn, the all-American astronaut and senator who rocketed into history on flights 36 years apart as the first American to orbit the Earth and the oldest person in space, died Thursday at age 95.
Neil Armstrong: On The Moon We Were Ordered By ALIENS To 'move Away'
Here are the statements by the former astronautProfessor What really happened out of Apollo 11Armstrong An amazing thing, even though we have always known of this possibility
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Jim Lovell
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Donn F. Eisele
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Katharine Wright
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Ernest Bankey
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John Glenn
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