Like so many of you, I wonder why we are here and what the real meaning of life is. I am a person who believes the answers are right above us and it's just a matter of accessing them.

I wonder what's up there? Is there more life? Will we return to the moon? Will humans eventually live there? Is NASA in the driver's seat for space exploration anymore or are the corporations in control? We asked these questions to an expert, former NASA Rocket Scientist Kevin J. DeBruin.

In my opinion, space exploration is and always will be human kinds most vital project. We have our heads down when we should be looking up. We should not view ourselves as tribes, villages, ideals or religions with differing agendas. We are one speck of collective dust floating in the infancy of space. Our survival depends on searching for the answers to these bigger questions and doing it as a united front.

The 50 year anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon landing (July 20 1969) is right around the corner. Now is as good a time as ever to remember what humans are capable of. We went before and we can go back and beyond.

Don't miss the documentary "Return To The Moon" debuting today (June 13, 2019) on Curiosity Stream. For a Free Thirty (30) Day trial of Curiosity Stream, you go to curiositystream.com/kevin

I wasn't alive for the moon landing, so I did not get to tune in with the rest of the world to see it. I can only imagine that feeling. I watch the video of Walter Cronkite walking America through it a lot to try and get a sense of the wonder and excitement people must have felt.

Don't we all want/need a unifying, peaceful event?