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All civilizations become either spacefaring or extinct. err houston, we've had a problem. everything that you've ever known, your loved ones, your business, the problems of the earth itself*all behind your thumb. for my confirmation, i didn't get a watch and my first pair of long pants, like most lutheran boys. for when i look at the moon i do not see a hostile, empty world. how quickly do we grow accustomed to wonders. i don't know how we'll be thought of, but i'm sure that we won't be remembered as insignificant. i felt the flesh crawl on my back and the hair rise on my neck. i'm appalled at the thiokol recommendation. if i could get but one message to you it would be simply this: the future of this country and the welfare of the free world depend upon our success in space. in reality, it is only beginning. in their exploration, they stirred the people of the world to feel it is surrounded by a light blue aureole that gradually darkens, becoming turquiose, dark blue, violet, and finally coal black. it means nothing to me. it's fantastic. so i said, "it may have been small for neil but it was a big one for a little fella like me" and it came out close to that. speculated as to the last migration of the human race, as consisting of a number of expeditions sent out into the regions of thickly distributed stars, taking in a condensed form all the knowledge of the race, using either atomic energy or hydrogen, oxygen and solar energy... the barrier has begun to yield. the inspirational value of the space program is probably of far greater importance to education than any input of dollars....a whole generation is growing up which has been attracted to the hard disciplines of science and engineering by the romance of space. the moon and the stars no longer come to the farm. there is no hope for the fanciful idea of reaching the moon because of insurmountable barriers to escaping the earth's gravity. these in particular bring out the stark nature of the terrain... they stretch'd in never-ending line treading the soil of the moon, palpating its pebbles, tasting the panic and splendor of the event, feeling in the pit of one's stomach the separation from terra*these form the most romantic sensation an explorer has ever known... what would be worth recording is what kind of civilization we earthlings created and whether or not we ventured out to other parts of the galaxy..

Beneath me i can see the clouds... but it seems flat to human sight because it is so extensive. i am one of the lucky ones. i saw clouds and their light shadows on the distant dear earth... i'm coming back in... it's like being inside a gigantic lightbulb. soon there will be no one who remembers when spaceflight was still a dream, the reverie of reclusive boys and the vision of a handful of men. the post-apollo manned space flight program is focusing on a 100-man earth-orbiting station with a multiplicity of capabilities varying from development of earth resources to astronomy... to sail beyond the sunset, and the baths what was most significant about the lunar voyage was not that man set foot on the moon but that they set eye on the earth..

After all, englishmen should understand that thrill, they who have been the greatest, the purest explorers. all of humanity went to the moon with the apollo missions. and god bless all of you, all of you on the good earth. and the one thing i know about nature is it hates to waste anything. i happened to become known from a different route. i'm honored to be the first woman to have the opportunity to command the shuttle. if the local stellar neighborhood is a representative sample of the galaxy as a whole, our milky way could be teeming with potentially habitable planets. if we make a courageous decision, like the program we kicked off for apollo, we will see our grandchildren in outposts on other planets. imagine how foolish you would feel if you didn't try only because someone said you're a lunatic. in 2002 we have three guys circling the earth, making repairs. in my view it will not be long before space becomes a battleground. it's just mind-blowingly awesome. presents difficulties of so fundamental a nature, that we are forced to dismiss the notion as essentially impracticable, in spite of the author's insistent appeal to put aside prejudice and to recollect the supposed impossibility of heavier-than-air flight before it was actually accomplished. the urge is older than history. there came this enormous roar and the whole sky seemed to vibrate; this kind of unearthly roaring was something human ears had never heard. tonight, we have given the lie to gravity.we have reached for the stars. without women, we stood in space on one leg only..
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