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            晨讀英語美文100篇 Passage 94 We Walk on the Moon

            Source: 恒星英語學習網  Onion  2009-05-26  我要投稿   論壇   Favorite  
            [00:00.00]Passage 94 We Walk on the Moon

            [00:06.23]Distinguished Ladies and Gentlemen, it is with a great sense of pride as an American

            [00:13.34]and with humility as a human being that I say to you today

            [00:19.22]what no men have been privileged to say before: “We walk on the moon.”

            [00:26.55]But the footprints at Tranquility Base belong to more than the crew of Apollo Ⅱ.

            [00:33.01]They were put there by hundreds of thousands of people across this country,

            [00:39.57]people in the government, industry and universities,

            [00:44.71]the teams and crews that preceded us, all who strived throughout the years with Mercury, Gemini and Apollo.

            [00:54.23]Those footprints belong to the American people and you, the representatives,

            [01:01.13]who accept and support, inevitable challenge of the moon.

            [01:06.05]And, since we came in peace for all mankind those footprints belong also to all people of the world.

            [01:14.47]As the moon shines impartially on all those looking up from our spinning earth

            [01:21.47]so do we hope the benefits of space exploration will be spread equally

            [01:28.59]with a harmonizing influence to all mankind.

            [01:32.63]Scientific exploration implies investigating the unknown.

            [01:39.09]The result can never be wholly anticipated.

            [01:44.01]Charles Lindberg said, “Scientific accomplishment is a path, not an end;

            [01:51.24]a path leading to and disappearing in mystery.”

            [01:56.38]Our steps in space have been a symbol of this country's way of life

            [02:02.74]as we open our doors and windows to the world to view our successes and failures

            [02:09.51]and as we share with all nations our discovery.

            [02:13.55]The Saturn, Columbia, and Eagle and the Extravehicular Mobility Unit have proved to Neil,

            [02:22.64]Mike and me that this nation can produce equipment of the highest quality and dependability.

            [02:30.84]This should give all of us hope and inspiration to overcome some of the more difficult problems here on earth.

            [02:39.82]The Apollo lesson is that national goals can be met where there is a strong enough will to do so.

            [02:48.24]The first step on the moon was a step toward our sister planets and ultimately toward the stars.

            [02:56.78]“A small step for a man,” was a statement of a fact,

            [03:02.14]“a giant leap for mankind,” is a hope for future.

            [03:06.40]What this country does with the lessons of Apollo apply to domestic problems,

            [03:13.51]and what we do in further space exploration programs will determine

            [03:19.53]just how giant a leap we have taken.

            [03:22.92]Thank you.
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