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As we countdown to the 50th anniversary of Neil Armstrong's first step on the moon, some local residents learned about his life after he returned to Earth. Providing that insight was the man that Armstrong trusted to write his story, “First Man” author James Hansen. Hansen talked about Armstrong being reluctantly famous, after making his historic walk. Armstrong did tours with Bob Hope and the USO. He gave up a job at NASA so he could give back by teaching at the University of Cincinnati. He shied away from the spotlight following the moon landing, despite outside pressures to take center stage.