For those of us born decades after Apollo 11 returned from its mission, the imprint of astronaut boots on the lunar surface has always been historical fact. We can’t conjure personal memories of that voyage, of families huddled around the TV or radio, anxiously waiting for news of that one small
Fifty years after man walked on the Moon, mankind is still stranded on Earth. That’s not the way it was supposed to be.
A Dallas man knows all about the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center. It’s the people he wonders about.
On July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin made history as the first humans to set foot on the surface of the moon. Forty years later, the researchers, astronauts, engineers, scientists, and NASA officials who made the voyage possible remember the day the Eagle landed.