Remember when being No. 1 in the world was a good thing?
On July 20, 1969, the Apollo 11 space capsule landed on the moon.
As I related last year:
I was at summer camp in New Hampshire.
They brought us into the rec hall where a couple hundred of us stared, bleary-eyed, at a single black and white monitor. They said we would remember this all our lives.
And I do. It’s as if it happened yesterday.
Six hours later, on July 21 (UTC/GMT), Neil Armstrong would be the first man to step foot on the moon:
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