Tribute to the greatest first footstep on the moon
Apollo 11, on July 20, 1969, carried the first men to walk on the moon. Obviously I wasn't born at the time of the first foot steps on the moon, I'm only 26 years old! I don't even believe my parents arrived to America yet. After all that time since Apollo 11, I still grew up with the iconic quote, "That's one small step for [a] man, one giant leap for mankind".
Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin showed the world the wonders of the moon. This weekend, Neil Armstrong left our world at the age of 82. Without a doubt, he inspired many kids and adults to pursue a career in Aerospace at the time of their landing. After 43 years since the first footprint on the moon, we are still inspired, and hopefully we will still be inspired by Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin after another 43 years.
But i still wonder, when the United States return to the moon, will the nation be as enthusiastic, passionate, and united as they were during the era of Apollo 11? Hopefully the newer generations will pay tribute