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Neil Armstrong in The Hague, november 2010, part 1.

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Published on Nov 18, 2010

Neil Armstrong at the World Forum in The Hague during the "Meet the future" science and technology summit, November 18th 2010 delivering a speech about technological advances and their importance, and ofcourse also delivering some inside info concerning a certain trip that he and his mates Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins made in July 1969...

It was free admission (!) and even great free catering (!). It was setup as an introduction for young people to science-studies and several high-tech companies presented itself. The forum itself hardly had any coverage in the media leading up to it. I happened to read a small article about it in a free local newspaper, and if the article wouldn' had mentioned Armstrong I would even have visited it.

Maybe more footage is coming, I wait for other people I've contacted and who were there filming too.

The interview after the lecture was also interesting, and Armstrong managed to slip in the interview and in his speech and later during the Q & A that if there would be a mission to Mars he would be available!

The Q & A was in a different room but the questions asked Armstrong (at least when I had entered the room) where not of a high leven, I am sorry to say.
One lady asked Armstrong "If I were to build a house on the moon, which advice can you give me"? Armstrong answered "don't put in any other level than groundlevel. No stairs!"

He's 80 years old now, but fortunately he's still sharp!

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