That's One Small Step for Man, One Giant Leap for Mankind

We are starting a new project in Typography based on motion graphics or what many would call, "Kinetic Typography." Here are the basic information of the speech that I have chosen from the list of other great speeches. 
Who is speaking? Neil Armstrong
Why was/is the speech important to society? Apollo 11 was the spaceflight that landed the first humans, Americans Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin, on the Moon on July 20, 1969
Why do you feel it is important or interesting? I find this interesting because since I was a kid, I always wanted to be an astronut after learning about Neil Armstrong and landing on the moon. Plus it's interesting to see many points of view of this because some say that it was a hoax and some don't. That in itself is highly interesting. 
What is the emotion, mood, tone, personality, feeling of the speech? The emotion of this speech is shocking, serenity, and relief. The mood was complacent, enthralled, grateful, and hopeful. The personality was adventurous, ambitious, dynamic, exuberant, resourceful, and pioneering. The feeling of the speech itself is liberating, free, and inquisitive. 
What is intonation, emphasis, what is loud, stressed, or soft. Where are there pauses? In the beginning has some intonation, but there are emphasis on the "man." It gets louder when it switches from describing the surface of the moon to the famously known quote. I don't hear much stresses in the speech nor soft spots in the speech. There are many pauses in the speech: 
“and we’re getting a picture on the tv.”
"I'm uh at the foot of the ladder. (short pause). The LM footpads are only (pause) uh uh depressed in the surface about uh (short pause) 1 or 2 inches, (short pause) although the surface appears to be uh (pause) very, very fine grained, as you get close to it. It's almost like a powder. (pause) ground mass is very fine. (Pause)” 
“Okay. I'm going to step off the LM now. (Long Pause)” 
"That's one small step for man (long pause); one giant leap for mankind."
What do you FEEL should be loud or soft, long pause or rushed? I feel that that is should be loud around the main quote of the speech, "That's One Small Step for Man, One Giant Leap for Mankind." and maybe even around when Armstrong says, "I'm at the foot of the ladder.", "It's almost like a powder." , and "I'm going to step off the LM now." When it comes to long pauses, I believe adding a longer pause between stepping off the ladder and saying the famous line. Repeat some audio on the descriptions to add affect. I think I may have an idea for that. 
Is there a call to action? When listening to it what are key/emphasized words? I don't know if there is a call to action, if so then...I guess I don't know what that truly means in terms of this speech. The emphasis I believe are when he is describing and the key are of course the famous line from Armstrong. 
How does it make you feel? Makes me feel alive and happy. I don't know how to describe it, but all I know is that I feel a passion, ambition, and desire to achieve something great with this because I love outer space stuff, though I may not show it, but it's something that I really enjoy. 
How do imagine that the audience felt? I can't imagine how the audience felt during that time, but from what I learned they were probably shocked and overwhelmed that such an event has occurred in their life time compared to their parents, grandparents and great grandparents during that time. Thinking that it was impossible to achieve. Well, this has proved that nothing is impossible. 
Could there be another interpretation of the speech? maybe.
Write/find a short bio, of the person giving the speech.
An American astronaut to be the first person to walk on the Moon. Before this event, Armstrong was an officer in the U.S. Navy and served in the Korean War. Later he earned his bachelor's degree atPurdue University and  become a test pilot, logging over 900 flights. Then went to University of Southern California and completed his graduate studies. He then joined the NASA Astronaut Corps in 1962. He flew into space in 1966 becoming NASA's first human to fly in outer space. The second flight and the last was on Apollo 11, the Moon landing, on July 20, 1969 and on this mission he was the commander for the spacecraft. After that successful mission they were able to make their way back to Earth and Armstrong was awarded by President Richard Nixon of the Presidential Medal and later Congressional Space Medal of Honor by President Jimmy Carter. On August 25, 2012 he died at the age of 82 from complications of a surgery. 

"A footprint left by one of the astronauts of the Apollo 11 mission showed in the soft, powder surface of the moon"