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A few centuries ago, the pioneer navigators learnt the size and shape of our earth, and the layout of the continents. a good rule for rocket experimenters to follow is this: always assume that it will explode. a mind of no mean order would seem to have presided over the system we see*a mind certainly of considerably more comprehensiveness than that which presides over the various department of our own public works. a sense of the unknown has always lured mankind and the greatest of the unknowns of today is outer space. a single life time, even though entirely devoted to research, would not be enough for the investigation of so vast a subject... a sky as pure as water bathed the stars and brought them out. a time will come when science will transform [our bodies] by means we cannot conjecture... a-ok full go. after 25 shipboard years, such a ship could even reach the great andromeda galaxy - although over 2 million years would have passed on the earth. after all, englishmen should understand that thrill, they who have been the greatest, the purest explorers. after some days these things became more numerous, shining more than the brightness of the sun. all of the people involved in the program, to my knowledge, felt challenger was quite ready to go and i made the decision, along with the recommendation of the team supporting me, that we launched. all right. and it is this exceptionalism that drives the current scientific thirst for finding life elsewhere, for finding a cosmic mainstream of animation, even civilization, in which the earth can take its place. and makes its circuit to the other; and next, for the new century, back to the moon, back to the future, and this time back to stay. and that within a century after his death the telescope was invented, and that prediction verified, by galileo,*i am not without hope that we may, even here and now, obtain some accurate information concerning that other world which the instinct of mankind has so long predicted. and the only bad thing was the person that i made the bet with didn't pay off. and, as we leave the moon at taurus- littrow, we leave as we came and, god willing, as we shall return, with peace and hope for all mankind. and, like homesick travelers abroad, they are focusing their anxieties on home. are physical forces alone at work there, or has evolution begotten something more complex, something not akin to what we know on earth as life? it is in this that lies the peculiar interest of mars..
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