Neil Armstrong, 1st to walk on moon, buried at sea
WASHINGTON — The first man to walk on the moon has been buried at sea. NASA says Neil Armstrong's cremated remains were buried in the Atlantic Ocean today during a ceremony aboard the USS Philippine Sea. Armstrong was a Navy fighter pilot before joining the space program. He died last month in Ohio at age 82. His burial follows a memorial service in Washington on Thursday. NASA photographs show Armstrong's widow, Carol Armstrong, accepting a folded American flag during the ceremony, which NASA said included a bugler and a rifle salute.The space agency didn't give the location of the ceremony. The ship's homeport is Mayport.
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