Astronaut Neil Armstrong has been dead for a year. While many are remembering the moon-walker, others are under the impression that the astronaut just died. Either way, people are saddened and wish to honor the Armstrong. Here are some of the tweets paying homage to Neil Armstrong, addressing the confusion, and those who haven’t quite caught on yet.
On August 25, 2012 the world lost Neil Armstrong. However his legacy will last forever. http://t.co/X8yReJ8EVn
— Discovery US (@Discovery) August 27, 2013
I mean, what's the worst that could happen? We kill literary culture? It's not Neil Armstrong! It can't die twice!
— Michael Schaub (@michaelschaub) August 27, 2013
How can you drone on about how much you love space & sci-fi yet not know that Neil Armstrong died a fucking year ago? FRAUDS I SAY FRAUDS!
— Rick Wood (@Rickw00d) August 27, 2013
Neil Armstrong – proud son of Wapakoneta, OH, died a year ago – so, once again – check the facts folks…
— Clint Ackerman (@ClintAckerman) August 27, 2013
As Twitter mourns the passing of Neil Armstrong a year and two days late, we have to wonder what this says about skepticism on social media.
— MVC Agency (@mvcagency) August 27, 2013
— Mwabi Jere (@07moli) August 27, 2013
RIP Neil Armstrong
— Sheldon of 84aяea (@84Area) August 27, 2013
Neil Armstrong, First Man on the Moon, DIED TODAY,R.I.P. AMERICAN HERO
— ANDY MACC (@MONSTAMACC) August 27, 2013
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