A man who threw water at the moon on a mission that was supposed to last more than two years has said he never intended to hurt any people or to cause any damage to any objects.
The man, named Mr. Sun, told The Wall St. Journal that he threw the bottle after a long night of drinking in a local bar.
He said he was just trying to relax.
“I just wanted to have a good time.
I didn’t want to hurt anybody.
I just wanted some beer,” he said.
Sun was not a member of the Apollo 11 crew.
He was a construction worker who was fired for drinking alcohol, which he says was his reason for drinking in the bar.
“He had no reason to do that.
He’s a man of honor and his life is on the line.
So if you’re gonna hurt him, I’m sorry,” Sun said.
The story of Mr. Moon and the moon has drawn parallels between him and some of the other astronauts.
The Apollo 11 moon landing was an historic achievement, and its impact on mankind is being closely watched as the nation grapples with its drug and alcohol epidemic.
Moon, who was a passenger in the capsule, was one of the two men to land on the moon and was the only person to make it back.
He later became the first person to return to Earth from space.
His story has been made into a movie and a TV series, including “Apollo 13.”