On the periscope . . . . What a beautiful view. Cloud cover over Florida - three to four tenths near the eastern coast. Obscured up to Hatteras . . . I can see [lake] Okeechobee. Identify Andros Island. Identify the reefs.
Al is on the surface. And it's been a long way, but we're here.
Why don't you fix your little problem and light this candle?
There's no question that all the generations got excited about the first flights, with Kennedy's inspiration to go to the moon, leaving the planet for the first time, and fortunately coming back.
I know you're all saying I can go to the moon but I can't find Pasadena.
I think about the personal accomplishment, but there's more of a sense of the grand achievement by all the people who could put this man on the moon.
If somebody'd said before the flight, 'Are you going to get carried away looking at the Earth from the Moon?' I would have say, 'No, no way.' But yet when I first looked back at the Earth, standing on the Moon, I cried.
I can hit it farther on the moon. But actually, my swing is better here on Earth.
When I first looked back at the Earth, standing on the Moon I cried
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