Four days traveling to the moon on Apollo 11 had to be and amazing experience for Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins, and Edwin Aldrin. What if I had been a part of that? I can’t even begin to imagine the view, the emotional rollercoaster, or the feeling of success in that event. I wish that I could have been involved in the landing on the moon. I would be so joyful if I obtained the ability to travel to the moon. After the joy and the thrill of knowing that I would be going to the moon, the rush of excitement would hits. Excited that we about to take off, listening to the count down; “5…4…3…2…1…liftoff!” Although the emotional rollercoaster would be exhausting, I think the adrenaline that is experienced the whole way to the moon would make the trip worth while. Seeing the Earth from the moon would be absolutely beautiful. Being able to look down and actually see the Earth against the black canvas would be a remarkable sight. I would most likely want to focus on the physical features of the Earth, such as the shape of the land.
I would also want to see if the Great Wall of China is visible from the moon. Now try to conceive the emotions that are experienced when you finally get close to landing. Anxiety is the emotion I think of when I try to picture the landing. I would want to experience the instant shock and worry about the landing. I know that Apollo 11 had to land near the Sea of Tranquility because of the flat smooth surface this is why the anxiety would kick in. “What if something goes wrong?” is the most commonly asked question in situations like this, and the answer is simply “We’ll see”. A sigh of relief would be expelled from my body as I got ready to take the first step ever onto the moon and get a whiff of the success as Armstrong places the US flag into the moon. “One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind”. Eight days of outer space traveling would have been a magnificent vacation.