As we leave the Moon at Taurus-Littrow, we leave as we came, and God willing, as we shall return, with peace and hope for all mankind.
Shall God Peace
The countdown reached ten seconds and I could almost hear an invisible crescendo of stirring background music. 'Anchors aweigh!' Five, four, three, two, one... and we had ignition!
Anchors Two Music
We found out the Gemini spacesuit was, well, oxygen was flowing to keep me cool as well as to breathe, and it wasn't good enough. My visor got fogged.
Flowing Oxygen Enough
We went into darkness after being in daylight the whole time on the way to the Moon. And then we went into darkness. And we're in the shadow... of the Moon.
Here I am at the turn of the millennium and I'm still the last man to have walked on the moon, somewhat disappointing. It says more about what we have not done than about what we have done.
Disappointing Walked Man
It's our destiny to explore. It's our destiny to be a space-faring nation.
Get the shuttle out of the garage. It's in its prime of its life. How could we just put it away?
Out Get Away
Today, we are on a path of decay. We are seeing the book close on five decades of accomplishment as the leader in human space exploration.
Today Leader Seeing
We leave as we came and, god willing, as we shall return, with peace, and hope for all mankind.
I hold the world speed record downhill, in a Rover. I think it was 17 kilometers per hour, downhill.
Hour I Per