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Posts Tagged ‘Neil Armstrong’

NBCNews.com Screws Up, Reports Astronaut ‘Neil Young’ Dies

While I gave NBC News credit for breaking the news of astronaut Neil Armstrong’s death, someone at NBCNews.com screwed up big time with this headline, confusing Neil Armstrong and Neil Young:

No, Neil Young was not an astronaut, and is not dead. The current version of the story has the following correction: “Editor’s note: An earlier version of this story included the wrong name in the headline.”

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FNC Special Commemorates Apollo 11 Mission

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Tomorrow night at 10pmET, Fox News Channel will present a special commemorating the 40th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission, which put a man on the moon. The special “Apollo 11: One Small Step to Our Future,” is hosted by Greta Van Susteren and includes an interview with Buzz Aldrin, Apollo 11′s lunar module pilot and the second man to walk on the moon. Mission commander Neil Armstrong was the first.

Click here to see a preview video…

Meanwhile, you can now follow Aldrin on Twitter: @therealbuzz. Within the last two hours he wrote:

W/8 of my fellow Apollo astronauts @ Kennedy Space Center to share laughs & memories w/public on our adventures to the moon.