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COAXED back into the public spotlight after 40 years, Neil Armstrong once again held the media in the palm of his hands on the eve of the 40th anniversary of the first time he - or any other man - set foot on the surface of the moon.
Reunited with his Apollo 11 co-pilot Buzz Aldrin, Armstrong wasn’t exactly a willing participant for a press conference marking the start of a small public tour alongside Aldrin and third Apollo 11 crewmate Michael Collins.