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The astronauts who first landed on the moon are not dwelling on their small lunar steps.
Instead, two of them are urging mankind to take a giant leap to Mars.
In one of their few joint public appearances, the crew of Apollo 11 spoke on the eve of the 40th anniversary of man's first moon landing.
First man on the moon Neil Armstrong discussed Apollo 11 for about 11 seconds.
Originally posted by Kevin_X2
but, i think we have the tech, and i think its about time we spread ourselves across the solar system in case we destroy ourselves.