Yup, that’s right. On July 20, 1969, the Apollo 11 arrived at the moon and made history. I think that qualifies as a DIFF post.
It was 38 years ago today that Astronaut Neil. A. Armstrong (that’s him on the right) became the first human to step foot on the Moon. He took the "giant leap for mankind," and the world has never been the same. He and Apollo 11 crew mate Buzz Aldrin spent 2.5 hours walking (or more aptly bouncing) around the moon surface while the world sat in amazement watching images of this historic triumph on their TVs.
It was a glorious time for the U.S. and it fulfilled John F. Kennedy’s promise to reach the moon in 10 years.
The DIFF salutes Neil Armstrong, the crew of Apollo 11, and NASA for this great achievement. In fact, we salute all people who think big and follow through. That to us is the DIFF!