Superb inscribed and framed NASA 10 x 8″ of Neil Armstrong taken on the 19th June 1969 at the Kennedy Space Center, Florida less than a month before the historic launch of Apollo XI. History would never be the same as Armstrong and Aldrin became the first men on the moon.
The photo captures Armstrong at work in the full-scale Lunar Module Flight Simulator which was located in the Flight Crew Training Building at the Kennedy Space Center. He is in the middle of performing a full-dress simulation as the relentless preparation continued until launch date on the 16th July 1969.
This is one of the rarest photographs to find signed by Armstrong and captures the intensity of the man as he looks down the barrel of the camera and works in such a confined space as he prepares meticulously for the moon landing. This photo sweeps us back in time.