Poll: What Impresses You More—Landing on the Moon or Mars?
The accomplishments are mind-boggling, and memories of the moon launch flood back after the death of Neil Armstrong.
NASA will hold a televised news conference Monday at its Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, CA, about the activities of its Curiosity rover mission on Mars.
In all honesty, did you ever think you would see Mars so clearly?
Back in 1969, plenty of people did not think we would see the moon, much less step on it. Plenty of them were reminiscing about their memories of the event following the death Saturday of astronaut Neil Armstrong, the man who took that first step onto the lunar surface.
The very thought of touching the moon or Mars is mind-boggling.
So that brings me to a question: Which impresses you more—landing on the moon or Mars?
Please take our poll, and then tell us in the comments what you think of these astronomical accomplishments.