On July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became the first humans to step foot on the moon, making history forever with their "giant leap for mankind."
While Armstrong and Aldrin worked on the moon, astronaut Michael Collins orbited overhead in their command module, waiting for his crew members to return.
Two years later, Edgar Mitchell became the sixth man to land on the moon.
Here's a look at 46 things the original Apollo crew said on their way to the moon, while on the moon's surface, and on their way home.
Buzz Aldrin: Anybody for a barf bag?
Michael Collins: Hello there, earthling.
Buzz Aldrin: Why you don’t hear these 3,500-pound rocket engines when you’re sitting on them, I’ll never know.
Michael Collins: We done paid our debt to society; we done made a star check.
Michael Collins: Don’t look out window 1. If you’re – if it looks like what I see out window 5, you don’t want to look at it.
Michael Collins: Okay, Houston. You suppose you could turn the Earth a little bit so we can get a little bit more than just water?
Neil Armstrong: Upside down; turn the camera upside down; then it’ll look right.
Michael Collins: Yes, Neil’s standing on his head again. He’s trying to make me nervous.
Buzz Aldrin: That’ll be the most unusual position a cameraman’s ever had, hanging by his toes from a tunnel and taking the picture upside-down.
Michael Collins: I take back any bad things I ever said about MIT — which I never have.
Neil Armstrong: You holding inertial, Mike?
Michael Collins: Yes.
Buzz Aldrin: No wonder the earth isn’t moving.
Michael Collins: I don’t even know what we’re doing.
Michael Collins/Buzz Aldrin: (Laughter)
Michael Collins: A geologist up here would just go crazy.
Michael Collins: You know, you can change the color of what you’re looking at by moving your head to a different spot in the window – and looking in a different direction.
Michael Collins: Yes, there’s a moose down here you just wouldn’t believe. There’s the biggest (crater) yet.
Buzz Aldrin: Oh, golly, let me have that camera back. There’s a huge, magnificent crater over here.
Michael Collins: Boy, there must be nothing more desolate than to be inside some of these small craters, these conical ones.
Neil Armstrong: People that live in there probably never get out
Michael Collins: Hello, moon; how’s the old back side?
Michael Collins: Come on now, Buzz, don't refer to (craters) as 'big mothers'; give them some scientific name.
Michael Collins: Amazing how quickly you adapt – why, it doesn’t seem weird at all to me to look out there and see the moon going by, you know?
Buzz Aldrin: There it is, it’s coming up!
Michael Collins: What?
Buzz Aldrin: The earth. See it?
Michael Collins: Yes. Beautiful.
Neil Armstrong: Where have you hid the shaving cream, Mike?
Neil Armstrong: The Eagle has wings.
Michael Collins: I think you’ve got a fine looking flying machine there, Eagle, despite the fact you’re upside-down.
Neil Armstrong: Somebody’s upside-down.
Buzz Aldrin: The restraints in here do a pretty good job of pulling my pants down.
Neil Armstrong: Oh, son of a gun! (Laughter) We’re going backwards. Oh well.
Neil Armstrong: Houston, Tranquility Base here. The Eagle has landed.
Houston: Be advised there’s lots of smiling faces in this room and all over the world. Over.
Neil Armstrong: Well, there are two of them up here.
Neil Armstrong: That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.
Neil Armstrong: It has a stark beauty all its own. It’s like much of the high desert of the United States. It’s different but it’s very pretty out here.
Buzz Aldrin: Okay. Now I want to back up and partially close the hatch... Making sure not to lock it on my way out.
Neil Armstrong: (Laughter) A pretty good thought.
Neil Armstrong: Isn’t that something! Magnificent sight out here.
Buzz Aldrin: Magnificent desolation.
Here men from the planet Earth first set foot upon the moon. July 1969 A.D. We came in peace for all mankind.
Richard Nixon: For one priceless moment in the whole history of man, all the people on this Earth are truly one.
Michael Collins: I haven’t heard any woo-woo’s.
Neil Armstrong: Is there something we should be woo-wooing about?
Buzz Aldrin: Sure wished I had shaved last night.
Michael Collins: How big are the rocks that you just scurried around and picked up with the tongs? Good gravy!
Michael Collins: If we’re late in answering you, it’s because we’re munching sandwiches.
Houston: Roger. I wish I could do the same here.
Michael Collins: No. Don’t leave the console!
Neil Armstrong: You ready for your underwear, Mike – you ready for your underwear? You ready for your underwear?
Houston: It was very convenient the way they put the food preparation system right next to the NAV station.
Neil Armstrong: Everything is right next to everything in this vehicle.
Neil Armstrong: My compliments to the chef. The food is outstanding. This cream of chicken soup I give at least three spoons.
Houston: Is that music I hear in the background?
Michael Collins: Buzz is singing.
Michael Collins: I’d like to enter Aldrin in the oatmeal eating contest next time.
Houston: Is he pretty good at that?
Michael Collins: He’s doing his share up here... He’s on his 19th bowl.
Houston: We see you exercising. Is that correct, Buzz?
Neil Armstrong: Yes, that’s right. Buzz is.
Houston: Roger. We’ve got his heartbeat way up.
Neil Armstrong: Right. He’s sort of out of shape.
Houston: Yes. That’s what we thought.
Michael Collins: Is this Ken?
Houston: Say again?
Michael Collins: Is this Owen?
Houston: No, this is Chuck Lewis. Charlie Duke is out with Flight getting a weather briefing right now.
Michael Collins: Okay. They’re out drinking coffee. I know.
Michael Collins: It is most important that we be going forward.