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And next, for the new century, back to the moon, back to the future, and this time back to stay. far side of the moon for example, there is no such thing as down, because 'down' is in the direction in which bodies move at accelerated speeds... however, we can still within the law, by using matter/antimatter annihilation, at least reach just below the speed of light. i study astronomy more than any other foolishness there is. if we were to start today on an organized and well-supported space program i believe a practical passenger rocket can be built and tested within ten years. in the air age we were powerful because we had airplaines. is garbage disposal; we need to transfer industrial processes into space so that the earth may remain a green and pleasant place for our grandchildren to live in. it was quite a day. on earth, even if we should use all the solar energy which we receive, we should still be wasting all but one two-billionths of the energy the sun gives out. science has not yet mastered prophecy. spacewalk that's one small step for [a] man; one giant leap for mankind. the opening of a new, high frontier will challenge the best that is in us... the photographs show the dry, pounded surface of the moon in the foreground, dry as an old bone. those who venture there go as envoys of the entire human race. two: the animal machine is far more effective than any we can hope to make. what can there be concerning outer space but ignorance? wishing however, to remove from the minds of your eminences and all faithful christians this vehement suspicion reasonably conceived against me, i abjure with a sincere heart and unfeigned faith, i curse and detest the said errors and heresies, and generally all and every error, heresy, and sect contrary to the holy catholic church..

Above me i saw something i did not believe at first. beyond all rationales, space flight is a spiritual quest in the broadest sense, one promising a revitalization of humanity and a rebirth of hope no less profound than the great opening out of mind and spirit at the dawn of our modern age. from heaven gate not farr, founded in view humanity will not remain on the earth forever, but in pursuit of light and space it will at first timidly penetrate beyond the limits of the atmosphere, and then conquer all the space around the sun. i don't really think about that on a day-to-day basis because i really don't need to. i really didn't appreciate the first planet [earth] until i saw the second one... i would spend hours and hours gazing at the stars and wondering, what's out there? sometimes i wondered if... if a dog had shit on the ground one meter from a viking lander, it would never have detected it. info: possible pao event question it is all rather rot. it's the opportunity of a lifetime, and offers a lifetime of opportunity. l = the length of time such civilizations release detectable signals into space. let him but indistinctly see a thing, or even be undecided as to whether he does actually see it and he will then and there set himself to theorizing, and build immense castles of conjecture on a foundation, of whose existence he is by no means certain. our journey into space will go on. shapes, their sizes, and their motions, we shall never be able by any space shuttle challenger explosion the first day or so we all pointed to our countries. the frontier in space, embodied in the space colony, is one in which the interactions between humans and their environment is so much more sensitive and interactive and less tolerant of irresponsibility than it is on the whole surface of the earth. then, of course, the realization hit me. there's nothing between my dish and the end of the universe. we can see our planet earth with detachment, with tenderness, with some shame and pity, but at last also with love. we go into space because whatever mankind must undertake, free men must fully share... we have a home up there, and we're destined to be up there and we're destined to go beyond low-earth orbit, perhaps set up a colony on the moon and go on to mars. we want to know our place in the universe and how things happen..

After all, englishmen should understand that thrill, they who have been the greatest, the purest explorers. but billions now appears to be more appropriate. earth bound history has ended. first, inevitably, the idea, the fantasy, the fairy tale. for that to happen well, i'd just as soon we didn't start. i watched the space program being born, and i would like to participate. if we survive, our time will be famous for two reasons: that at this dangerous moment of technological adolescence we managed to avoid self-destruction; and because this is the epoch in which we began our journey to the stars. market studies suggest space tourism*a rubbernecker's trip to earth orbit*is likely to draw 50,000 passengers a year if the ticket can be pushed below $25,000. my first view * a panorama of brilliant deep blue ocean, shot with shades of green and gray and white * was of atolls and clouds. perhaps realizing that adults might frown on the idea of multiply connected spaces, he wrote the book under a pseudonym and wrote it for children. that does not keep me from having a terrible need of*shall i say the word*religion. the ability to carry out scientific observations at a distance is developing so rapidly that i don't see any unique role for man in planetary exploration. the probability of success is difficult to estimate; but if we never search the chance of success is zero. the u.s. this new race involves the whole human species in a contest against time..
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