Yesterday, as we all know was the 40th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon Landing, but it was also another anniversary of man's need to explore. I didn't want to overshadow the big anniversary yesterday, so I decided to wait until today. Ladies and gentlemen, yesterday was the 33rd anniversary of Viking 1 landing on the surface of Mars (July 20, 1976). This is the first time the United States landed a probe on the red planet. The USSR did land two probes that landed, but lost contact almost immediately after landing. The Viking 1 mission lasted three days short of 5-years from launch to mission end. This marks our first time as a presence on the surface of another planet. I have no doubt that we will go back to the moon in a few short years, but I do hope that I am alive to see man land and walk on the surface of Mars. Have a good day.