|Neil Armstrong, the first man on the lunar surface, passed away August 25. His remains were interred at sea after private memorials in his native Ohio earlier this month. On Thursday morning, September 13, Dr. Armstrong's family, his fellow astronauts along with notables in American government attended a state memorial conducted at the National Cathedral in Washington.|
C-SPAN in the United States broadcast the service live, and they have scheduled re-plays of that coverage through the weekend and in days following. The entire service is now available on-line HERE, together with past interviews with Dr. Armstrong and other relevant information. The re-play runs 1 hour and 19 minutes.