Though the Miracle on the Hudson was about a month ago, it's still the month of Sully! Pilot Chesley Sullenberger, whose 60 Minutes interview with other Flight 1549 crew members started off the week, is on the cover of People magazine (on newsstands tomorrow) with the youngest passenger of the flight, 10-month-old Damien Sosa.

People offered a few tidbits. He told them, "I was glad the NTSB [National Transportation Safety Board initial] investigation matched our perception of what happened because we didn't have much time to analyze the situation. I was relieved when I found out we'd done everything we could do." And when he made that "splash landing" into the Hudson, he says he looked at co-pilot Jeffrey Skiles and said, "'Well, that wasn't as bad as I thought,' meaning it was more like a normal landing than it should have been."

However, Sullenberger says he still has flashbacks and tells People he's not ready to fly yet, "In hindsight, "I think something remarkable did happen that day."

Over this week, the Flight 1549 crew received keys to the city from Mayor Bloomberg and went on the talk show circuit. Here are parts 1, 2, and 3 of their interview with Larry King and here's their appearance on the Late Show with David Letterman.