RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Everyone who was alive and old enough to be out of the cradle on July 24, 1969, undoubtedly recalls precisely where they were and what they were doing at exactly 20:17 UTC (formerly Greenwich Mean Time) on that day.
More than likely, they were watching the worldwide broadcast of a momentous history-making event, as American astronaut Neil Armstrong left the Apollo 11 lunar landing module and stepped onto the surface of the Moon: the first human ever to set foot on Earth’s barren satellite.
And, it's more than likely they can still . . .