Amateur voyeur on the Moon: ‘I was terrified’

By Nicky SmithThe first man to ever visit the moon in his personal spaceplane was a “terrifying” experience.

The 36-year-old astronaut, who did not want to be identified, is one of more than 50 people who have taken a ride on the lunar surface since the Apollo program began in 1972.

In fact, he says he is the first person to do so on a private mission.

“I was just terrified to be honest,” Mr Smith said.

“There were a few people who wanted to try, but the majority of people had already tried it and it was a pretty terrifying experience.”

The atmosphere was so thin, and the people were so cold, you had no idea where you were.

“Mr Smith was one of about 300 astronauts and cosmonauts who landed on the moon, most of them from the United States.

In the early days of the moon landings, it was not uncommon for Americans to take a peek out of the hatch on the space shuttle Atlantis and get a better view of the lunar landscape than most people in the US.

It is believed that about half of the total number of people on the planet have experienced a glimpse on the surface of the planet.

But Mr Smith, who is now the president of the American Astronomical Society (AAS), says the first man on the Earth to actually land on the earth, he was “surprised” by how much he felt like a celebrity.”

It was very surreal.

But I was terrified. “

I just kept expecting a smile.”

But I was terrified.

You just don’t expect to see someone’s face and hear their voice.

“If you were going to do that you would have to be a very lucky person.”

They would have been so much older than I was.

They probably wouldn’t have seen me.

“So, I guess it’s not really a big deal for me.”

Mr Scott is the second man to land on Mars, following Apollo 17 astronaut Michael Collins.

He is also the third man to set foot on the Red Planet.

In a recent interview with CNN, Mr Scott said the experience has been “very fulfilling” and that he is “so grateful to have had a place to call home”.

Mr Scott, who says he has spent a lot of time on the ground since his return to Earth, said he would like to set up a permanent base for the next generation of explorers.

“That’s a goal that I want to pursue and I’m really excited to be part of that.”

My wife has been telling me how much I appreciate it, and it’s a good way for us to keep our family together,” he added.”

We have a lot more space-age people in our family, so that’s exciting.

“Hopefully someday there will be a place where they can visit.”

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