How did Neil Armstrong Walk on the moon?
One foot in front of the other. Pretty simple, most people can do it.
Neil Armstrong was the first man to walk on the moon. When Apollo 11 space shuttle landed on the moon, he walked out of it and walked on the moon's rough terrain. He also planted the American flag as a show of this accomplishment.
He moved his legs back and forth
REALLY long legs. That and a lot of gas.
He strapped himself to a rocket, pointed it at the moon, and as they say "the rest is history"
One step at a time
as Neil said," one small step for man. one giant leap for mankind." (and womankind)...lets be politically correct children...;-)
He had heavily weighted down boots, if that's what you're wondering.
The same way you walk around
He did the "moon" walk.
He said they tended to bunny hop, bouncing by flexing at the ankles in low gravity. Also kind of a side shuffle, or a low-gravity slide.