When Apollo astronauts travelled to the moon, they had the rarest of opportunities to view the entire earth from a distance. From the windows of their spacecraft, the Earth was a gleaming sphere of blue, green, brown, and white. From that view, there was nearly trace of mankind visible from their position. None of the strife of war, famine, or human sprawl could be seen or identified. "The view of the Earth from the Moon fascinated me—a small disk, 240,000 miles away. It was hard to think that that little thing held so many problems, so many frustrations. Raging nationalistic interests, famines, wars, pestilence don't show from that distance." — Frank Borman, Apollo 8, 'A Science Fiction World—Awesome Forlorn Beauty,' Life magazine, 17 January from www.a-gc.com 1969. These brave astronauts also couldn't notice any of the happenings of everyday life. Traffic Jams, late trains, commuter flights, snow days, people rushing, or peop
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