fred rosenberger wrote:Some of these just take my breath away when you think about what actually happened.
Pushkar Choudhary wrote:Awesome!! I wasn't born at that time, but I wish I could've witnessed it...
Jesper Young wrote:Wow, look at this! The LRO (Lunar Reconaissance Orbiter), which was launched a few weeks ago to map the moon very accurately, has made photos of the Apollo landing sites on the moon: First Look At The Apollo Landing Sites
Here is an even better picture, on which you can even see the tracks of the astronauts! http://www.universetoday.com/2009/07/17/lro-images-apollo-landing-sites-w00t/
Neil Armstrong is being hailed today on the anniversary of the moon landing. He is from Ohio. The first man to orbit, John Glenn, was from Ohio. The first man to fly, Orville Wright, was also from Ohio. It shows that no challenge is too great when a man is trying to get out of Ohio.
fred rosenberger wrote:Forty years ago today, Apollo 11 was launched on it's voyage to the moon.
Greg Charles wrote:We can put a man on the moon, but we can't spell "its"!
fred rosenberger wrote:Forty years ago today, Apollo 11 was launched on it's voyage to the moon. And today, there are still people who deny it happened.
fred rosenberger wrote:Ummm...we did. five more times.
If you mean why haven't we gone back since the 70's...my guess would be money.