Three of the biggest names in the history of aeronautics will unite in spirit at an auction of items for space exploration to be held in Dallas. The auction house Heritage Auctions will sell items that were owned by the late Neil Armstrong and include parts of a wing and a propeller of the Wright brothers airplane, which the astronaut took with him to the Moon in 1969. Armstrong was the first person to walk on the lunar surface and gave new fame to the airplane the Wright Flyer 1903, the first motor plane. A gold helmet worn by the late astronaut John Glenn when he set the record for transcontinental speed in 1957 will also be auctioned on Friday. The gold helmet was given to Scott Carpenter, Glenn's friend and crewmate Mercury Seven, whose children now They put on sale.