1930:
Neil Armstrong, the first human to step foot on the moon, is born in 
Wapakoneta, Ohio. In July 2005 he took part in the re-opening of Disneyland's Space 
Mountain. An astronaut, test pilot, university professor, and United States Naval Aviator - 
Armstrong flew aboard Gemini 8 in 1966 and Apollo 11 in 1969.
2004:
The Disney Dream Desk PC (a complete personal computer designed for kids) is unveiled at New York's American Museum of Natural History. 
1967:
Disneyland's attraction Adventure Thru Inner Space opens on this day in
Tomorrowland (in the space once used for the 20,000 Leagues 
Under The Sea Exhibit). Guests are transported through a microscope where they are 
shrunken down and sent off to explore the inside of an atom. Featuring the voice of Paul Frees & 
the song "Miracles from Molecules" written by the Sherman Brothers, it is the first to use the 
OmniMover system - called Atomobiles - to transport guests.
1981:
At Walt Disney World, site work begins on Horizons, an attraction in the
 not yet open EPCOT Center. (Actual construction on Horizon's building won't begin until
 January 1982, and both the attraction and EPCOT will open the following October.)
1997:
Disney's Pooh's Grand Adventure: The Search for Christopher Robin is released direct-to-video. This marks the last time Paul Winchell voices the character of Tigger in a film (though he will voice the character for the television special Winnie The Pooh: A Valentine For You in 1999). The Search for Christopher Robin will be nominated for 5 Annie Awards the following year.

Hollywood Records releases Air Bud, an original Walt Disney Pictures soundtrack album.
1999:
Production begins on Disney's newest animated feature
Lilo and Stitch(The film will be released in June 2002.)
1992:
Walt Disney World welcomes its 400-millionth guest Brandon Adams, a 10-year-old from Maryland. Amid the clang of bells and a shower of confetti, the sixth-grade student from Baltimore dances joyously with Mickey Mouse after stepping through the turnstiles at Disney-MGM Studios Theme Park just after 10 a.m. Brandon and his family will be given lifetime passes to all Disney parks worldwide!
Walt Disney World begins to decorate for Christmas 
around November 15th ... 
so the property will be 
ready in time for the Thanksgiving holiday!

2007:
The music video for Aly & AJ's single "Potential Breakup Song" premieres on Disney Channel the same day the song reaches number one on Radio Disney's 
Top 30 Countdown.
AUGUST 5
THIS DAY 
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1971:
Walt Disney Productions releases The Aristocats (the twentieth 
animated feature in the Disney animated features canon) in Australia.
1987:
Disney's Touchstone Pictures releases the adventure feature StakeoutDirected by 
John Badham, the film features Richard Dreyfuss and Emilio Estevez as Seattle detectives assigned to the night 
shift on a stake-out.
In 2008, Disney World converted
 430,000 incandescent holiday
 lights to LEDs, saving an estimated
 1.1 million kilowatt hours
 throughout the holiday season,
 which is enough to power 61
 homes annually!
Neil Armstrong born
"Your attention please: This is the tracking procedure of an adventure through inner space. Adventurous men of science who have made this journey before you are carefully plotting every 
phase of this incredible journey as you shrink beyond the smallness of an atom: the smallest 
building block of matter. We wish you an enlightening experience. For though your body 
will shrink, your mind will expand." 
-Paul Frees (narrator of Adventure Thru Inner Space)
1955:
The 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea Exhibit opens in Tomorrowland at Disneyland.
The walk-through exhibit features props and set pieces from the 1954 blockbuster release 20,000 Leagues
Under the Sea. Guests can view the exterior of the Nautilus, Professor Aronnax's cabin, the pump room, the chart
room, the diving chamber, the wheelhouse and the famous organ (which will later reside in Disneyland's Haunted
Mansion ballroom). The exhibit will remain open until August 28, 1966 (and ultimately be replaced with Star Tours).
Adventure Thru Inner Space opens
1949:
Disney's Donald Duck cartoon Honey Harvester is released. Spike the Bee's desire to
 produce honey on Donald's property drives him mad!
1998:
The "Armadillo" rugged drilling machine from Touchstone Pictures' Armageddon (in release since July 1) is placed on display at Disney-MGM Studios in Florida.
"One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind." -Neil Armstrong
2010:
The grand opening ceremony and media event for the new restaurant in 
the Italy pavilion, Via Napoli, takes place at Epcot. Operated by the Patina Restaurant Group, the 300-seat Via Napoli features a menu inspired by the famous pizzerias of southern Italy.


2011:
 Disney Channel's TV movie Phineas and Ferb: Across the 2nd Dimension
an offshoot from the channel's successful series, debuts. The much-anticipated animated special draws 7.6 million viewers.

Radio Disney celebrates 15 years on the air with a Radio Disney Birthday Jam 
at the Hard Rock Cafe in New York City. Radio Disney was launched on November 18, 1996 at 
5:58 A.M. EST with the song "Get Ready For This" (by Belgium-Holland dance group 2 Unlimited).
August 05
This Day in Disney History - THE FIRST - THE ORIGINAL
Traveling in time since 1999!