Today should be celebrated planet-wide as a day of wonder.
Forty-seven years ago, humans set foot on the moon. It was an astonishing achievement — three men in a tiny capsule who traveled 240,000 miles to land on the lunar surface, walk in its dust and, most important, return to Earth safely.
The Onion captured it best:
Neil Armstrong was a bit more circumspect in reality. But still, what a thrill.
Here’s to you, NASA, and all those who contributed to this moment.