If you have memories of the arrival of Man on the Moon, or stories of friends and relatives who lived in the first person this historical landmark for humanity, NASA wants you to share these stories. To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission, the US Space Agency has opened a website to collect these testimonies.
The stories should be submitted in audio format, either as a narration or in an interview format, leaving some suggestions for the questions that may be answered: What does exploration mean for you? What is your opinion of seeing Man again walking the lunar surface? When you are think of the moon, what will comes to mind? What would you like to know more about the Moon?
Although it is possible to send the testimonies before the end of the year, preferably short and direct, NASA says that whoever submits before June 14 will have more opportunities to be selected for the official audio series. And longer versions may be reserved for social networks.
Recalling that NASA and the American government aspire to return to the Moon in 2024, but not only, Blue Origin of Jeff Bezos wants to give his contribution and is testing a new rocket.