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  • César Pérez

    Volando alto #NeilArmstrong

  • Allen Busby

    Test Pilot Neil Armstrong standing next to one of the most famous aircraft of all time. The rocket powered X15.

  • Chris Sanchez

    Famous flier The first man to walk on the Moon, the late Neil Armstrong, was an X-15 pilot before joining the space programme. (Nasa

  • Notes Backup

    Dryden test pilot Neil Armstrong, next to the experimental rocket-powered X-15 aircraft #1 (56-6670) after a research flight. (NASA)

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