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Neil Armstrong went through U.S. customs in Honolulu, Hawaii, on the way back from the moon. | 17 Facts That Sound Like B.S. But Are Actually True

17 Facts That Sound Like B.S. But Are Actually True

Neil Armstrong went through U.S. customs in Honolulu, Hawaii, on the way back from the moon. | 17 Facts That Sound Like B.S. But Are Actually True

This is a picture of Neil Armstrong's first foot on moon which he took by himself. Even after 45 years his step looks as fresh as it was in 1969 and it seems only yesterday he walked on the moon.

This is a picture of Neil Armstrong's first foot on moon which he took by himself. Even after 45 years his step looks as fresh as it was in 1969 and it seems only yesterday he walked on the moon.

Where we Live - 4 homes titles for K-2

Where we Live - 4 homes titles for K-2

Yasiel Puig's throw from right field to third base is NASA's new space launch program

Yasiel Puig's throw from right field to third base is NASA's new space launch program

Sunrise  On Saturday, Aug. 27, 2011, International Space Station astronaut Ron Garan used a high definition camera to film one of the sixteen sunrises astronauts see each day. This image shows the rising sun as the station flew along a path between Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Sunrise

Sunrise On Saturday, Aug. 27, 2011, International Space Station astronaut Ron Garan used a high definition camera to film one of the sixteen sunrises astronauts see each day. This image shows the rising sun as the station flew along a path between Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and Buenos Aires, Argentina.

January 20, 1966: Apollo CM #002 launched atop a Little Joe II rocket (A-004) to test the Apollo Launch Escape System. | Photo credit: NASA | Source: Project Apollo Archive, scan by Ed Hengeveld

January 20, 1966: Apollo CM #002 launched atop a Little Joe II rocket (A-004) to test the Apollo Launch Escape System. | Photo credit: NASA | Source: Project Apollo Archive, scan by Ed Hengeveld

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