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Armstrong feels that the notorious missing "a" was simply the result of his typically soft speech and tendency to drop syllables.
Hansen ends the chapters on Apollo 11 with the statement that when the flight was over and Armstrong returned home, his "life on the dark side of the Moon had begun." His life as a private person was compromised...
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Hansen makes it understandable why Armstrong had to become a "recluse" as one writer called him. It is this final section, however, where the biography's weakness appears. The information in this brief section of 67 pages covers the last 35 years in a less than detailed manner, especially when compared with the massive documentation of Armstrong's early life and the Apollo 11 period...
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