There’s a new four-part interview series with Apollo astronaut Neil
Armstrong, and part 1 is now available for viewing. The first man to walk on
the Moon gives a personal commentary on Apollo 11¹s historic lunar landing,
his thoughts on leadership and taking risks to innovate for the future. With
the future of NASA¹s program currently under scrutiny, throughout the series
Armstrong will talk about his position on the policy direction of the space
agency, speaks candidly on his early life, and even tackles conspiracy
theorist claims that the Moon landing never happened ­ using images from
Google Moon to demonstrate their path. The series also includes previously
unseen footage of the lunar descent. Armstrong doesn¹t give many interviews,
and the show¹s producers say this is the first on-camera interview Armstrong
has done since 2005. The episodes are from evoTV¹s series, The Bottom Line.

The different parts will be released over the next few weeks:

Part 1 ­ Space Race: now available

Part 2 ­ Blast Off available 8 May

Part 3 ­ Giant Leap available 15 May

Part 4 ­ Presidential Pride available 22 May

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