First Astronaut to Walk on the Moon

Neil Alden Armstrong is a famous name in the field of Science. Almost everyone knew who he was. He is in every book that you can read about science. The famous American astronaut and he is the first person that has walk on the Moon.

Before he becomes an astronaut he was an officer in their U.S. Navy and has served in Korean War. In Purdue University he had earned a bachelor’s degree after the war and at the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics High Speed Flight Station but now called Dryden Flight Research Center he served as a test pilot. Then in University of Southern California he completed graduate studies. In 1962 he joined NASA Astronaut Corps.

He becomes famous because he was the first man to walk on the moon. When he step his left booth at the surface it was July 21, 1969 at 2:56 UTC. His words became famous “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind”. But because of limited communication technology before and the static that was interrupting while saying those words there was a missing “a” in it. He said that “That’s one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind”. This was proven by Peter Shann Ford because he conducted a digital audio analysis that he did said “a man”

Not only he became famous as the first person to walk on the moon but also the words he said became controversial. But more importantly about this is how he makes a history about it.