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'tis likely enough that there may be means invented of journeying to the moon; and how happy they shall be that are first successful in this attempt. there is the possibility of an industrial bonanza. a hostile sky. a man is the best computer available to place in a spacecraft... a manuscript i wrote on january 14, 1918... after the apollo 13 recovery, grumman aerospace corporation (designers and builders of the lunar module) sent a spoof invoice a441066 to north american rockwell (designers and builders of the command and service modules) for towing the rest of apollo 13 around the moon and home to earth. all attempts at artificial aviation are not only dangerous to life but doomed to failure from an engineering standpoint. all the women in my life were nurses, hairdressers, or secretaries, and that's why i thought my father would not support me in being a pilot. an outer-space raspberry to a decade of american pretensions that the american way of life was a gilt-edged guarantee of our national superiority. and even if the requisite fuel were produced, it would still have to be shown that the rocket machine would operate at 459 degrees below zero*the temperature of interplanetary space. and i watched the extent of one ocean touch the shores of separate continents. and if the idea is accepted that the world's resources are fixed, then each person is ultimately the enemy of every other person, and each race or nation is the enemy of every other race or nation. and so this knowledge will be unfolded through long successive ages. and when the first contact with the outer universe is made, one would like to think that mankind played an active and not merely a passive role*that we were the discoverers, not the discovered. apollo 13 towing invoice arecibo message.

There is the possibility of an industrial bonanza. a little levity is appropriate in a dangerous trade. a lot of people think that all the things that could be invented have been invented. a single message from space will show that it is possible to live through technological adolescence... a society that no longer moves forward does not merely stagnate; it begins to die. a spacecraft is a metaphor of national inspiration: majestic, technologically advanced, produced at dear cost and entrusted with precious cargo, rising above the constraints of the earth. a very fit consideration, and matter of reflection, for those kings and princes who sacrifice the lives of so many people, only to flatter their ambition in being masters of some pitiful corner of this small spot. a-ok full go. across the gulf of centuries, the blind smile of homer is turned upon our age. 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 a number of seconds it rose, slowly until in cleared the frame, and then at express-train speed, curving over to the left, and striking the ice and snow, still going at a rapid rate. after some days these things became more numerous, shining more than the brightness of the sun. air navigation is the result of the oceanic navigation: from water the human has to pass in the air. all all i see multiplied as high as i can cipher edge but the rim of the farther systems. all kinds of danger wait for him on the earth... all that can be said with certainty today is this: the trip will be made, and will be made... along the margin of a bay: and eventually, they help you get out of the dark age. and for 50 years, people have been wrong... and it's been a long way, but we're here. and when the first contact with the outer universe is made, one would like to think that mankind played an active and not merely a passive role*that we were the discoverers, not the discovered. and whether or not we're going to see in in the next 10 or 20 years, there are people alive today who will see manufacturing in space from moon materials or from asteroids. and you work well, yes, you think well, without sweat, without difficulty as if the biblical curse in the sweat of thy face and in sorrow no longer exists, as if you've been born again. any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. anyone who has spent any time in space will love it for the rest of their lives. apollo 12, houston. apollo 13 towing invoice apollo 16 is gonna change your image...i'm sure glad they got ol' brer rabbit here, back in the briar patch where he belongs. apollo 8 has 5,600,000 parts and 1.5 million systems, subsystems and assemblies. apollo soyuz.

The diversity of the phenomena of nature is so great, and the treasures hidden in the heavens are so rich, precisely in order that the human mind shall never be lacking in fresh nourishment. 'tis likely enough that there may be means invented of journeying to the moon; and how happy they shall be that are first successful in this attempt. a 20% commercial discount and 2% cash discount (net 30 days) resulting in a total of $312,421.24. a man is the best computer available to place in a spacecraft... 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 planet is the cradle of mind, but one cannot live in a cradle forever. after a number of seconds it rose, slowly until in cleared the frame, and then at express-train speed, curving over to the left, and striking the ice and snow, still going at a rapid rate. all all i see multiplied as high as i can cipher edge but the rim of the farther systems. all this enlarges the human horizon... amid this vast and overwhelming space and in these boundless solar archipelagoes, how small is our own sphere, and the earth, what a grain of sand! an analogy such as this may be misleading, and we believe it to be so in this case. an observer situated in a nebula and moving with the nebula will observe the same properties of the universe as any other similarly situated observer at any time. and i tried to assure this person that that wasn't the case. and if we are interested in mars at all, it is only because we wonder over our past and worry terribly about our possible future. and it required... and so the debate started. and then it struck me that we are all children of our earth. another explorer with a famous first*edmund hillary, first to climb mount everest*said it would have been, "better if he had said something natural like, 'jesus, here we are!'" the july 1969 edition of esquire magazine even had as its cover story famous writers discussing what the first words should be. apart from scientific considerations, mankind needs to travel in space. armstong was an amazing test pilot and aerospace engineer, but he had been awake for 24 hours at the time of the moonwalk. armstrong didn't realize the 'a' was not heard until after he got back to earth..
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