The Apollo 11 moon landing happened when I was ten years old. My school friends and I all felt sorry for poor Command Module Pilot Michael Collins, who didn’t get to step on the moon, despite being so very close. It was only later that we realized he flew higher than the rest of us billions of people ever will, and his name is remembered better than many NASA astronauts who later did walk on the moon. This is the latest from John McNamee at Pie Comic.
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