Remembering Apollo 11 and the Legacy of Apollo

Frank's note: Readers, Ive been working of late with Buzz Aldrin and his team to help prepare a series of presentations related to this summers 40th anniversary of the Apollo 11 lunar landing mission. There are so many commemorations planned around the world that a friend is writing an article for a travel magazine about them. But do you think it will resonate with the American public? In other words, will anyone other than us space geeks really care? Your thoughts, please on marking this historic anniversary, what you think the true legacy of Apollo is for us today-and especially if you will, your memories of what you were doing that hot summer in July 1969 when the world watched us prove our collective will was as good as our words

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