The UK's first ever lunar expedition fails, there it is up in the sky for all to see, yet another victim of the cuts and the new age of austerity.
We couldn't afford windows in the module or enough fuel, well the price of diesel is so high, and to cap it all the earth moved and we missed.
No working computer guidance either, that's to save weight; it's all done by smoke, mirrors, eye and a wish and a prayer.
However you have to remember that wonderful British saying 'it's not the winning it's the taking part', even if you do land in Great Yarmouth.
By the way we couldn't afford the parachutes either.