The moon nears its first-quarter phase tonight, the 38th anniversary of the first manned lunar landing. Look up. People walked there in 1969. Moonwalker No. 2, Buzz Aldrin, said in 1970, "We understood the significance what we were doing. I felt like we were not alone." They weren't. Millions of us watched, spellbound. Neil Armstrong, No. 1, told Life magazine of a recurring dream: "He was able to hover over the ground if he held his breath. ... It was a beautiful dream." It was.