Forty years ago today, the nation was transfixed when Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins, and Buzz Aldrin landed on the moon. Many Americans fondly remember gathering around the television set to watch the historic Apollo 11 landing.
We'd like to hear your recollections of that day. Where were you, and who were you with? Did the moon landing change your thinking on what was possible?
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