I was born in 1960, so I was nine when they landed on the moon. When I thought of being an astronaut, I thought of those seven guys standing in front of that airplane. They’re all a bunch of old guys with no hair. None of them made me feel like it could be me. It wasn’t until I met Dr. Sally Ride when I was in college, and I just thought—wow. A light bulb went on for me. People need to see somebody they can identify with in some way. My son’s 13 now but when he was younger, we’d be at some reception where there’d be a spacesuit picture. And you don’t know who’s in the suit because the visor’s down. And one time he said, mommy, is that you in that spacesuit? And I said, I don’t think so, sweetie. And he said, well, if it’s not you, then whose mommy is it? So I think it could make that difference.