Frank Borman: The moon is a different thing to each one of us. I think that each one of us—each one carries his own impression of what he’s seen today. I know my own impression is that it’s a vast, lonely forbidding type existence, great expanse of nothing, that looks rather like clouds and clouds of pumice stone, and it certainly would not appear to be a very inviting place to live or work.

—Frank Borman, crew member of the Apollo 8 spacecraft

An excerpt from the original recorded media is available in the Flash version of this exhibit.