Quote by Norman Vincent Peale: “Shoot for the moon. Even if you miss, youll la...”
The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of His hands. On that momentous day, as four generations gathered around our black-and-white television set, we joined the global community of million or so starry-eyed souls who saw Apollo 11 become the first manned spacecraft to land on the moon. With our eyes glued to that tiny TV, we watched with wonder as Neil Armstrong climbed down the ladder of the Eagle to claim his place in history as the first man to ever walk on the surface of the moon. That iconic event helped shaped the course of my life. Because I saw Neil walk on the moon before I was even old enough to enter grade school, I knew that there was no limit to what I could do in life.
The Universe will always meet you halfway.
i let my brother sleep with me
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The Planetarium received over fantastic entries from 31 schools across Northern Ireland, with one out-of-this-world design selected as the winning logo. This was a fantastic opportunity for children of all ages to get creative and to learn more about the history of space exploration and the significance of the Apollo 11 lunar landing. The competition was a great way to connect new, younger audiences with this important historical milestone and I was delighted to help judge the entries. All of the designs were fantastic, and it was definitely a tough decision! I would like to extend my congratulations all of the winners, runners up and to everyone who took part. The winners of each category will receive a pass for their whole class to visit the Armagh Planetarium.
Monday, October 22, Reach for the moon or reach for the stars? Image copyright: NASA. There's this quote I've heard many times over now, and it goes something like this: "Reach for the stars. If you fail, at least you'll land on the moon. Even if you miss it, you will land among the stars. The two quotations are practically using the same words, but framed differently. Are they contradicting each other?