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A few million years ago there were no humans. as the skies appear to a man, so is his mind. but since time slows down aboard the starship, according to einstein's special theory of relativity, the crew could reach the pleiades star-cluster (m45), which is 400 light-years away, in as little as eleven years, by the clocks aboard the starship. come quickly, i am tasting stars! couldn't say a word. flight into the cosmos by a rocket will never be like an outing on a boat or a trip on a tram... i cannot but wish to take this opportunity of expressing my sense of gratitude, by giving the name georgium sidus, to a star [uranus], by which (with to respect to us) first began to shine under his auspicious reign. i don't think anybody will ever put up enough money to do such a thing... i learned about them, needed them for survival in terms of navigation. in the event of moon disaster speech, william safire. it is very hard to describe what you feel when you stand on the threshold of a whole new era; of a whole new age... l = the length of time such civilizations release detectable signals into space. people won't be rocketing around the solar system... remember this: once the human race is established on more than one planet and especially, in more than one solar system, there is no way now imaginable to kill off the human race. the experience was more fulfilling than i could have ever imagined. the second... this race is not [about] political prestige or military power. to go places and do things that have never been done before*that's what living is all about. whoever it was who searched the heavens with a telescope and found no god would not have found the human mind if he had searched the brain with a microscope..

And it required... but we're not afraid... conceptual sketch of a liquid fuel by tsiolkovsky, 1903 i saw for the first time the earth's shape. i would not be surprised if the russians reached the moon within a week. i've come back to earth full of desires. if you could see the earth illuminated when you were in a place as dark as night, it would look to you more splendid than the moon. in the long run, a single-planet species will not survive. it seemed to me it had gone by in a lash. now they say, we are reading about you in history class. one expects to hear (there is no air, one could hear nothing) a sound. only someone stripped of awe can leave a launch untouched. onto the surface of the moon. our only limit is life. such conditions might develop within a few decades. that does not keep me from having a terrible need of*shall i say the word*religion. the colors * well... the search will continue. the vast majority of the shuttle program was a success. there are two of them up here. they stretch'd in never-ending line to confine our attention to terrestrial matters would be to limit the human spirit. we have concluded that the rocks here were once soaked in liquid water. we have made a preliminary reconnaissance of twenty worlds, among them all of the planets visible to the naked eye, all those wandering nocturnal lights that stirred our ancestors toward understanding and ecstasy. we should do astronomy because it is beautiful and because it is fun. what beauty..

All right. at last, it has come down. feeling weightless... flying manually over the rock field to find a reasonably good area. if our long-term survival is at stake, we have a basic responsibility to our species to venture to other worlds. it's a view worth the price of the trip. it's human nature to stretch, to go, to see, to understand. nasa handbook ne = the average number of planets that can potentially support life per star that has planets. the moon is the first milestone on the road to the stars. we who can see the stars every night glance up casually at the cosmos and then quickly down again, searching for a dairy queen. we're breathing again..
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