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by Casey Dreier
August 25, 2012 | 0 comments
I wasn't born yet when Armstrong first set foot on the Moon.
My parents remember the night, even though they themselves were young and far-removed from the world of space travel and science. But even though I wasn't there, Armstrong was always a presence. From a young age you know his name, even if most of us (sadly) don't know the others that went after him. The culture itself provides such a powerful representation of Armstrong that even though I wasn't there to see the moonwalk itself, I feel his death in my bones.
There was something strangely comforting about the idea ... more »
by James L Newberg
April 28, 2012 | 0 comments
I am a cartoonist for Punk Globe Magazine and have been a member of The Planetary Society since 1983, I am known as Jaws the Cabbie. Some of my cartoons have their basis in my long term interest in issues championed by the planetary society... ... more »
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