Annotated bibliography:

  1. Google

Although this entry may seem strange and not make a lot of sense, I have a good reason for putting this here. Whenever I needed a quick fact about a date of an event, a person’s name or a rocket spec, I just searched it up on google and it gave me an instant result.

  1. https://www.officetimeline.com/blog/image.axd?picture=/2017/08/Neil-Armstrong-Timeline1.png

This picture helped me a lot when I was making my timeline. It is an undetailed but complete list of achievements and milestones in Neil’s life, and I found it to be very useful.

  1. https://www.wired.com/2011/07/moon-landing-gallery/

This link shows many of the different ways the Apollo astronauts trained for the moon landing. I used this link to help writing my speech, and it helped me understand the intense training all astronauts had to go through.

  1. https://www.biography.com/people/neil-armstrong-9188943

This link was very useful for teaching me about Neil Armstrong in general. It provided a great overview of his life and personality, and was one of the first things I read when I started this project.

  1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZqbWt2ghiTQ

This documentary was the first thing I watched when I started this project. It provided a lot of the groundwork for everything else I would produce in this project, and it was overall the most helpful link for this whole project.

 

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