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Here's what we can learn about resilience from Neil Armstrong's near-death experience.
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On May 6, 1968, astronaut Neil Armstrong took off on a simulated lunar landing mission in Houston. It was a routine test flight — his 22nd at this point in time.
In the first five minutes of the flight, a thruster stuck and Armstrong suddenly lost control of the vehicle. About 200 feet above ground, he chose to eject himself from th…