The quote above is inaccurate. It needs to be revised. Here’s my attempt:
Shoot for the stars outside of our solar system. Even if you miss, you may land among one of the masses in our solar system (one of which is the moon). However, the likelihood of you actually hitting one of the well-known masses of the solar system, if it was a star you were shooting for, is pretty low. You’d do better just doing the best you can in your life on Earth, avoiding vapid inspirational statements which include inaccurate information about the proximity of celestial bodies to our planet.
Shoot for the moon. Even if you miss, you may get caught in orbit around the planet and that would be cool.
They don’t have the same ring, somehow…