When I was little, on summer nights I would lay outside and look up at the sky, full of wonder at all of the fantastic things that were surely taking place in space. I would see the stars and the silver moon and wonder if there was someone like me looking at the earth and doing the same.
Neil Armstrong gave fodder to my childhood fantasies. He left this world of everything we know and went somewhere entirely other. He was living proof of the infinite possibilities that could await us all if only we work hard and try.My sci-fi dreams were all the more plausible because of his amazing life. Thank you Neil, for making our dreams  more tangible than we thought possible. R.I.P sir.

When I was little, on summer nights I would lay outside and look up at the sky, full of wonder at all of the fantastic things that were surely taking place in space. I would see the stars and the silver moon and wonder if there was someone like me looking at the earth and doing the same.

Neil Armstrong gave fodder to my childhood fantasies. He left this world of everything we know and went somewhere entirely other. He was living proof of the infinite possibilities that could await us all if only we work hard and try.My sci-fi dreams were all the more plausible because of his amazing life. Thank you Neil, for making our dreams  more tangible than we thought possible. R.I.P sir.

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