Below you can find the collection of twelve best quotes from People who walked on the Moon. The quotes from the real Moonwalkers!
There are twelve people who walked on the moon. They are all the astronauts from NASA and it was during 1969 to 1972.
Six Apollo missions counting from Apollo 11 to Apollo 17 from NASA landed people on the surface of Moon. Only one mission ‘failed’ and it was Apollo 13. Six Apollo missions landed two people each on the Moon’s surface.
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Before going to the awesome quotes from People who walked on the Moon, few lines from Anthony Tucker’s report on the historic day, when the Apollo 11 manned mission landed on Moon [The Guardian]
“3 56 am : man steps on to the moon”
“Men are on the moon. At 3 56 this morning Armstrong stepped from the lunar module and set foot on lunar ground. It was the fulfilment of a dream which men have shared since the beginning of recorded history.”
12 Quotes from People Who Walked on the Moon
That’s one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind – Neil Armstrong
It’s still confusing? “one small step for a man” or “one small step for man”? Neil Armstrong is the first person walked on the Moon [Apollo 11, July 21, 1969]
To me, that is one of the most important principles of life: Never leave your friends behind – Buzz Aldrin
Aldrin is the 9th popular space hero as per a 2010 Space Foundation survey. He is the second person walked on the moon [Apollo 11, July 21, 1969]
If you can’t be good, be colourful – Pete Conrad
Pete Conrad is the third person who walked on moon [Apollo 12, November 19–20, 1969]
Frequently on the lunar surface I said to myself, ‘This is the Moon, that is the Earth. I’m really here, I’m really here!’ – Alan Bean
Alan Bean is the fourth Moonwalker [Apollo 12, November 19–20, 1969]. In 1981, to pursue full-time painting, Bean decided to resign from NASA.
It’s been a long way, but we’re here. – Alan Shepard
Alan Shepard is the fifth person who walked on moon [Apollo 14, February 5–6, 1971]. He was the first American in space. It was on On May 5, 1961
There was a sense that our presence as space travellers, and the existence of the universe itself, was not accidental but that there was an intelligent process at work. – Edgar Mitchell
Edgar Mitchell is the sixth Moonwalker [Apollo 14, February 5–6, 1971]
For when I look at the Moon I do not see a hostile, empty world. I see the radiant body where man has taken his first steps into a frontier that will never end – David Scott
David Scott is the seventh person walked on the moon [Apollo 15, July 31 – August 2, 1971]. In this mission he drove the Lunar Rover on the moon and became the first person to do so.
The Earth reminded us of a Christmas tree ornament hanging in the blackness of space. As we got farther and farther away it diminished in size. Finally it shrank to the size of a marble, the most beautiful marble you can imagine – James Irwin
James Irwin is the eighth Moon walker [Apollo 15, July 31 – August 2, 1971]. In 1972 Irving left NASA. He started a religious organisation named High Flight Foundation.
Anyone who sits on top of the largest hydrogen-oxygen fuelled system in the world, knowing they’re going to light the bottom, and doesn’t get a little worried, does not fully understand the situation – John Young
The ninth person walked on Moon is John Young [Apollo 16, April 21–23, 1972]. He is the first person to fly in space six times from earth, and seven times counting his lunar liftoff.
The Moon was the most spectacularly beautiful desert you could ever imagine. Unspoilt. Untouched. It had a vibrancy about it and the contrast between it and the black sky was so vivid, it just made this impression of excitement and wonder – Charles Duke
Charles Duke is the tenth person walked on the moon surface [Apollo 16, April 21–23, 1972]. He is the youngest person to walk on the Moon. He was the capsule communicator during the landing of Apollo 11
The mass gross absence of sound in space is more than just silence – Eugene Cernan
Eugene Cernan is the eleventh Moonwalker [Apollo 17, December 11–14, 1972] and Apollo 17 was the longest lunar landing flight.
But I don’t think we’ll go there (Mars) until we go back to the Moon and develop a technology base for living and working and transporting ourselves through space – Harrison Schmitt
Harisson Schmitt is the twelfth and final Moonwalker [Apollo 17, December 11–14, 1972]
Hope you have enjoyed the above inspiring quotes from people who walked on the Moon. I feel they are so blessed that’s why they could see Earth from Moon.