In his 1962 Moonshot� speech, President Kennedy claimed that the eyes of the world now look into space,� and exhorted Americans to undertake one of the greatest adventures of all time.� We boldly chose to go to the moon within the decade, as JFK predicted. With its dramatic 9�x22� vertical format, To the Moon captures the thrust and power of the first lunar landing in July 1969. Fifty years later, Neil Armstrongs giant leap for mankind� represents a time when we looked into the vast stretches of space and saw cause for hope and exultation. Relive the heady early days of space travel in To the Moon. The grids show U.S. and international holidays.