Fly me to the moon: Al Roker makes a lunar landing

  • David R. Maier
    Posted at 18:56h, 31 August

    And, Thanks, Buzz… For passing this video along to those of us whom have transitioned from broadcast TV to other popular media. So glad I was able to catch this.
    By the way… GREAT speech at the Excellence in Aviation Awards Banquet last May…And for taking a moment to shake my hand and receive my heartfelt thanks for what you… and by extension, the untold others had achieved in that inspired decade of vision.
    God-speed, brother… Prayerful wishes for continued health and wellness for you… And all “the guys.”
    Best to You,
    David R. Maier
    Toluca Lake, Ca.

  • Naveen
    Posted at 12:25h, 26 August

    Actually, in a way, perhaps she is a luaitnc. I looked up the word, and its origins come from Latin, which means moonstruck The word moonstruck has about the same meaning as luaitnc, but in this case, I’m talking about the more literal sense of being struck by the beauty of the moon.

  • Zarko
    Posted at 16:17h, 25 August

    Buzz, I love you man, Sir. I was four and I didn’t speak English yet, but watching you with my dad on our black & white TV and looking at the pictures in my grandfather’s National Geographic Magazine is one of the most vivid early memories of my life that will keep my fascination with the Moon going till I die. As far as I’m concerned, the three of you won the cold war. I’m fascinated you did it with computers far less powerful than my phone. RIP Mr. Neil Armstrong.

  • Jacomus
    Posted at 02:37h, 17 August

    ist the besst,
    jacomus /Birmingham october ,
    that’s small steps délicious!!