FEMALE SPEAKER: I remember being at home with my parents. I was a teenager, and we had a little black and white TV against the wall in the living room, and it was late at night, but we were all sitting up, just watching it and it was an amazing, amazing moment.
INTERVIEWER: Are there any other memories of NASA over the past 50 years that have stuck out in your mind that you wouldn't mind talking about?
FEMALE SPEAKER: Well, I think, you know, the Shuttles, the Space Shuttle, the existence of that, the Apollo 13 which was such an amazing heroic act. I just hope we learn to explore, continue to explore space, and continue to explore, you know, other worlds and what we can do on them and with what we learn from them because I think it's awesome what we're doing. I just want the space program to be very, very rich and alive.