Neil Armstrong, the first man on the moon, grants his first interview and now first biography.
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Seven months prior to the Apollo 11 moon landing mission, in Apollo 8 man orbited the moon for the first time on Christmas Eve 1968.
The crew read from the book of Genesis to the largest television audience ever.
Pray for the day when a space shuttle crew or subsequent Crew Exploration Vehicle incorporates God's Word into their mission.
"Remember His wonders which He has done, His marvels and the judgments uttered by His mouth" (Psalm 105:5).
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