Remembering Neil Armstrong

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After landing the first manned spacecraft on the moon in 1969, Neil Armstrong was propelled into celebrity. Yet he always saw himself foremost as an engineer. We'll discuss his life and achievement. Armstrong died on Saturday at the age of 82.

Guests:

Bill Barry, NASA chief historian

James R. Hansen, author of "First Man: The Life of Neil A. Armstrong"

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