Lessons From Mars Star-Telegram

When Sally Urquhart was pregnant with her daughter, Mary, in 1969, she pleaded with the infant to arrive just at the right time. Not too early, not too late and, please, not during man’s first walk on the moon.
“She would talk to me while I was in the womb,” said Mary Urquhart, now a University of Texas at Dallas professor. “She didn’t want to miss a human being first setting foot on the moon.”