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If you were to give an award for quiet excellence, who would you name it after?
Eugene Cernan, the 24th—and last—man to walk on the moon.
Will another man walk on the moon during my lifetime? For your reference, I intend on living another 50 years.
Probably, and he'll be Chinese.
Cool. Go China!
Riding Rockets, by Mike Mullane, is excellent. It's an interesting picture of a second generation astronaut, who grew up obsessed with space, and the sometimes disappointing reality of NASA in the '80s and '90s.
Gene Cernan wrote a very good book called Last Man on the Moon
From a pitcher angle ... not sure I can think of a single non-HoFer.
Well, presumably one of Cernan's was the 24th foot to have touched the moon.
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