Speech to Text for woman worked at NASA during Apollo 11 landing
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with evidence. take leah leah says, "50 years ago people were in their living rooms glued to their tvs. they were waiting to see man walk on the moon for the first time." nats on the moon take three line on july 20th 19-69 astronaut neil armstrong took the first steps on the moon. cindy bollens worked for nasa from 1963-1994 just seeing him descend the ladder come down and make that first step. the video was grainy. cindy bollens worked for nasa from 1963-1994 what's he doing, what's that. but everyone across the world waited and watched. take cindy cindy bollens worked for nasa from 1963-1994 everyone was yes glued to what was happening. it was the most exciting thing and it just stopped the world too. cindy bollens remembers that historic date. for almost 30 years she worked for nasa. including during the apollo 11 mission. cindy bollens worked for nasa from 1963-1994 at that time i was doing computer programming and of course all of us were so excited about what was happening. she was able to watch what was happening on the news. she got even more details through nasa. as someone who worked in nasa she watched the video concerned about the shuttle and the spacesuit. cindy bollens worked for nasa from 1963-1994 the landing itself, the shuttle didn't tip over or anything like that. oh that's good. the spacesuit itself, that was an amazing piece of equipment. it functioned so perfectly.... thank goodness. bollens even shared some memorabilia with me. this tile is from one of the practice shuttles before apollo. she also showed me this wind tunnel. this was used to create the perfect shuttle. cindy bollens worked for nasa from 1963-1994 just think about the pieces that went into that whole thing.