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He'd dress up in a corduroy jacket, a turtleneck sweater, and something like a mop for a wig... a disturbingly high proportion of the intelligent young are discontented because they find the life before them intolerably confining. a feeling of pride, of healthy solitude, of dignified freedom from everything that's dirty, sticky. a hostile sky. a hundred billion? "billions and billions" is pretty vague. a man is the best computer available to place in a spacecraft... a time would come when men should be able to stretch out their eyes... 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. above me i saw something i did not believe at first. along the margin of a bay: an analogy such as this may be misleading, and we believe it to be so in this case. and it required... and it's the saddest moment of my life. and refractive power, and the earth was without form and void. and then, a journey into tomorrow, a journey to another planet, a manned mission to mars. and then, the earth being small, mankind will migrate into space, and will cross the airless saharas which separate planet from planet and sun from sun. and this is exploration at its greatest. and twinkle on the milky way, 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. 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. apollo 12, houston..

He'd dress up in a corduroy jacket, a turtleneck sweater, and something like a mop for a wig... "what do i see?" i replied. we've had a main b bus undervolt. a chinese tale tells of some men sent to harm a young girl who, upon seeing her beauty, become her protectors rather than her violators. a few centuries ago, the pioneer navigators learnt the size and shape of our earth, and the layout of the continents. a nation that loses its forward thrust is in danger, and one of the most effective ways to retain that thrust is to keep exploring possibilities. 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. across the gulf of centuries, the blind smile of homer is turned upon our age. 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. al is on the surface. all of a sudden, it's a place where people can die... aloft, floating free beneath the moist, gleaming, membrane of bright blue sky, is the rising earth, the only exuberant thing in this part of the cosmos. along the margin of a bay: 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 unknown fault in electrical equipment inside one of the service module's oxygen tanks had produced an explosion during the routine stirring operation, which in turn caused the loss the oxygen in both tanks. and darkness was upon the face of the deep... and deposited in a friend's safe... and i felt that that was a fairly critical time, so it surprised me that during that time, neil chose to make the call to houston tranquility base that the eagle has landed. and it required... and thanks for putting me on relay, houston. and then, a journey into tomorrow, a journey to another planet, a manned mission to mars. and this generation does not intend to founder in the backwash of the coming age of space. and we're all going to get a chance to make some contribution. and you feel you have so much energy, such an urge to do things, such an ability to do things. 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. another hundred years may pass before we understand the true significance of apollo..

A companion with whom i was sailing one very windy but bright moonlight night, when the stars were few and faint, thought that a man could get along with them,*though he was considerably reduced in his circumstances,*that they were a kind of bread and cheese that never failed. a mysterious transaction between the infinity of the soul and the infinity of the universe. 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. along the margin of a bay: also, if the earth were flat from north to south and vice versa, the stars which were always visible to anyone would continue to be so wherever he went, which is false. an undevout astronomer is mad. and how insignificant we really all are, but then how fortunate we are to have this body and to be able to enjoy loving here amongst the beauty of the earth itself. and i tried to assure this person that that wasn't the case. and you feel you have so much energy, such an urge to do things, such an ability to do things. any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. anyway, the reply was: 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..
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