City Observer 6 September 2012

It was US President John F. Kennedy in 1961 who first announced that America would send men to the moon.  In July 1969, three astronauts blasted off into space: Neil Armstrong, (who sadly died recently), Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin, (former second lieutenant and Rhodes scholar) and Michael Collins. The landing of Apollo 11 on the moon had a profound impact on human psyche; the last frontier was at last within our grasp. Humans could now travel further, and at greater speed, than in any other time in the history of humankind.

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