Neil Armstrong changed the way we think of ourselves – but, oddly, not the way we think of the Moon, writes Daniel Hannan on Telegraph Blogs.

But what I particularly like is the comment by one Maria Kay:
I've toured the USS Hornet, now retired in Alameda, Calif. (That is the aircraft carrier that fished the Apollo 11 capsule out of the ocean.) There is a small museum of moonshot memorabilia stored on board.

Among the items is a signed U.S. customs cargo declaration from that Armstrong had to fill out for the Port of Honolulu.

The line for "country of export origin" reads THE MOON.

U.S. bureaucracy--can't beat it.