That's about how much money NASA has to spend this year. NASA is cool and everything, but what's really
the point of it?
Astronauts hard at work doing flips and summersaults and whatnot.
Apparently it's important to check and make sure there is still no gravity in space every so often.
Good thing we have the funds to do that, otherwise we might have to just guess that there still isn't and
we wouldn't know for sure.
Score! Putting that flag on the moon was totally worth it.
Do we own the moon now or something? The funniest part
is that when Neil Armstrong landed, he screwed up his one big line.
Someone who can't handle pressure.
"One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind."
What he was supposed to say was:
"One small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind."
Whoops! At least NASA doesn't try to lie and claim he did say it right. Oh wait, they do:
"Thirty-five years ago astronaut Neil Armstrong did something no one had ever done before.
On July 20, 1969, he set foot on the moon. People around the world watched and listened as
Neil slowly climbed down the ladder of the lunar lander. Then, he stepped on the moon's surface
where he could look up and see Earth far above him. There he said these well-known words, "That's
one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind."
Listen for yourself. See if he really did say it like NASA claims.