Where on the moon did Neil Armstrong land?

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The place where Neil Armstrong landed on the moon is not documented. July 21, 1969 is however given as the date when he officially landed on the moon. Several allegations have since emerged that NASA faked the landing with most questioning the authenticity of the photographic evidence.
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Yes Neil Armstrong and Edwin aldrin , landed on the moon on July 1969.
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In 1969, Neil Armstrong was paid US$20,000 - the regular, annual NASA salary for civilian astronauts. In present day (2012) dollars that is roughly US$125,000. Embed Quote Via Youssef
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Buzz Aldrin (I didn't have to look that one up) and Michael Collins: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apollo_11
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Neil Armstrong was the first person to walk on the moon
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Amstrong landed on the moon In July of 1969
Neil Armstrong landed on the moon's surface at the Sea of Tranquillity. This was twenty minutes after the hatch on the Eagle landing craft opened. Neil described the surface of his landing as powdered charcoal which left a crater.
Neil Armstrong actually became the first human to step on the moon on 20th July, 1969. A camera in the lunar module produced live television coverage as Neil Armstrong ascended down the ladder to the face of the moon.
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