- — Neal Mann (@fieldproducer)Sat, Aug 25 2012 23:13:46If you missed it worth checking my timeline for people's tweets to me of their memories of Neil Armstrong's stepping on the moon,great stuff
- — Jonathon Smith (@thatjonsmith)Sat, Aug 25 2012 22:18:53@fieldproducer watching the moon over the sea in Majorca. I keep staring at it. I still can’t get my head around that he was there.
- — Rupert Evelyn (@rupertevelyn)Sat, Aug 25 2012 21:44:40@fieldproducer just took the dog out and looked at the moon. Remarkable that anyone was ever brave enough to go there
- — Rick Ollie (@rickollie)Sat, Aug 25 2012 21:09:24@fieldproducer sitting on my grandfather's lap, motorcycle helmet on pretending it was me. Truly was one small step and one giant leap.
- — Keith Garnet Millar (@acaciatourism)Sat, Aug 25 2012 21:06:34@fieldproducer I was a young boy of 11 years old in South Africa no TV listening over the radio in complete awe will never forget
- — gardentraveler (@gardentraveler)Sat, Aug 25 2012 21:02:47@fieldproducer I was 11 and at grandma's in Mexico. TV was in the den. Whole family crowded in to watch, amazed.
- — Jacquelin Magnay (@jacquelinmagnay)Sat, Aug 25 2012 21:00:25@fieldproducer saw moon from nans lawn and ran inside to tv, ran outside again wondering if they would do a moon handstand, like us kids
- — Rowena Vaughan (@RJVDesigns)Sat, Aug 25 2012 20:57:49@fieldproducer as a 4yr old sat in front of small b&w in Hong Kong told by mum watch & remember this it's historic! I have. It was amazing.
- — Joan Greening (@TheWriterJoan)Sat, Aug 25 2012 20:53:53@fieldproducer I got engaged that evening, looking up at the moon. Have been married 41 years. A magical night. RIP Neil.
- — Colin Rosenthal (@colinrosenthal)Sat, Aug 25 2012 20:52:06@fieldproducer I was five. It was about 3a.m. and the whole family was gathered in my parents' bed. I'll always be thankful they woke us.
- — Gregory McNeill (@gregoryiain)Sat, Aug 25 2012 20:49:23@fieldproducer left school excited prev day watched orbit on friends telly. Pretended to sleep at home till dad brought us down. Happy days
- — clarissa natali ☺ (@claireangel2)Sat, Aug 25 2012 20:45:57@fieldproducer I was 9 yrs. old, our family gathered around the TV. Felt goose-bumpy-just knew I was watching something big.
- — Don Church (@morrismummer)Sat, Aug 25 2012 20:43:13@fieldproducer Dad woke me to watch, said "You'll never see anything like this again". Special memories I will never forget.
- — Deborah Corbet (@DeborahCorbet)Sat, Aug 25 2012 20:41:59@fieldproducer my dad say us all down in the family room to watch as he put it "a moment that will change our lives". Remember like yesterdy
- — E.A. Madden (@Itsthejobsstupi)Sat, Aug 25 2012 20:41:10@fieldproducer -I was in school. We were excused frm class 2 watch landing "live". Crowded in2 a room, gathered around old TV. Total silence
- — Karen Braun (@SpunkyBraun)Sat, Aug 25 2012 20:40:08@fieldproducer I was 6 and stood in a store w/my mom and watched on their TV because we knew we would miss it if we tried to get home.
- — Elise Aasen (@TheEliselise)Sat, Aug 25 2012 20:37:57@fieldproducer After seeing landing on TV I stood in my Norwegian schoolyard watching the moon; absolutely amazed that ppl were walkng there
- — David Ll Williams (@DavidLlWilliams)Sat, Aug 25 2012 20:37:14@fieldproducer was in a caravan near Plymouth aged 4 watching on a b/w tv in awe. 1st memory of life. Wanted to be an astronaut ever since.
- — Keith Krebs (@KeithEKrebs)Sat, Aug 25 2012 20:36:48@fieldproducer It was the early AM of my seventh b-day. Dad woke me up to watch it, sleepy-eyed, a barely discernible B&W image on our TV.
- — uberbabyboomer (@uberbabyboomer)Sat, Aug 25 2012 20:34:26
- — Paul Eldred (@pauleldred)Sat, Aug 25 2012 20:34:51@fieldproducer I was 11, Mum wouldn't let me stay up. Big brother woke me up, took me to his house to watch it! A memorable night for me.
The world remembers Neil Armstrong
With the passing of the first man on the moon, the world remembers the man and that amazing day.
bySarah Stokely413 Views