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A tear-drop of green. and i watched the extent of one ocean touch the shores of separate continents. i know all the facts and figures and have all the knowledge there is concerning them. in my view it will not be long before space becomes a battleground. it is humanities destiny to explore the universe. it was amazing... many more people are going to die. outward and outward and forever outward. some behold there serenity, purity, beauty ineffable. the farmer has exchanged his birthright in them for the wattage of his all-night sun. tossing their heads in sprightly dance. void of its flame, and sheds a softer day... what's the use of looking at mars through a telescope, sitting on panels, writing books, if it isn't to guarantee, not just the survival of mankind, but mankind surviving forever! when i remember the history of that faint light in our firmament which we call venus, which ancient men regarded, and which most modern men still regard, as a bright spark attached to a hollow sphere revolving about our earth, but which we have discovered to be another world, in itself,*how copernicus, reasoning long and patiently about the matter, predicted confidently concerning it, before yet the telescope had been invented,....

A tear-drop of green. an undevout astronomer is mad. but i would bet it can be done. but not quite touching; 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. by 2025 we expect new spacecraft designed for long journeys to allow us to begin the first ever crewed missions beyond the moon into deep space. each day when you enter the room these words will remind you of the price paid by grissom, white, and chaffee. from these we have procured philosophy in all its range, than which no greater boon ever has come or will come, by divine bestowal, unto the race of mortals. he is not, of course, suspended by ropes but hovers like a bird; or rather, like a counterpoised aerostat, since he has no wings. i am at it all the time. i'm really here, i'm really here! indeed it seems to me in the philosophical sense to be a distinctly unsatisfactory notion, since it puts the basic assumption out of sight where it can never be challenged by a direct appeal to observation. it appears that there are enormous differences of opinion as to the probability of a failure with loss of vehicle and of human life. it's a view worth the price of the trip. not for a closer look at the moon, but to look back at our home, the earth. now they say, we are reading about you in history class. the dishes remind me of big flowers pointing their petals to the skies, waiting to receive whatever's out there. the heaven is spherical in shape, and moves as a sphere; the earth too is sensibly spherical in shape, when taken as a whole; in position it lies in the middle of the heavens very much like its center; in size and distance it has the ratio of a point to the sphere of the fixed stars; and it has no motion from place to place. the more the universe seems comprehensible, the more it also seems pointless. the present state of science and technological knowledge permits the building of machines that can rise beyond the limits of the atmosphere of the earth. there is practically no chance communications space satellites will be used to provide better telephone, telegraph, television, or radio service inside the united states. these two men are laying down their lives in mankind's most noble goal: the search for truth and understanding. to be able to contemplate the billions of factors in precise and beautiful combination that make human existence possible; unless we are willing to settle down into a world that is our prison, we must be ready to move beyond earth... you feel exquisitely comfortable....

A planet is the cradle of mind, but one cannot live in a cradle forever. because of us, landscapes of radiation blasted waste, will be miraculously transmuted: slag will become soil, grass will sprout, flowers will bloom, and forests will spring up in once sterile places. control of space means control of the world. experts have reviewed the high speed photography and there is no concern for rcc or tile damage. honest. houston, that may have seemed like a very long final phase. i don't think there is much we can do, so it's not really a factor during the flight, since there is not much we can do about it. i love to revel in philosophical matters*especially astronomy. in other words we are being watched by beings from outer space. in spite of the opinions of certain narrow-minded people. info: possible pao event question interviewed at age 75 about the line, he said: it is possible that the future of human civilization depends on the receipt of interstellar messages. it only costs about a hundred dollars to go to the moon - in terms of kilowatt hours, if you were to buy the energy from your friendly local power station. it was a texture. its beauty loved gives the right to aspire to the radiance of the sunrise and sunset. life * the ultimate experiment * will either explode into space and engulf the star-clouds in a fire storm of children, trees, and butterfly wings; or life will fail, fizzle, and gutter out, leaving the universe shrouded forever in impenetrable blankness, devoid of hope. listen to buzz's original transmission (mp3) our goal: to place americans on mars and to do it within the working lifetimes of scientists and engineers who will be recruited for the effort today. our sun is one of 100 billion stars in our galaxy. so, no safety-of-flight kind of issue. the distance between the earth and her satellite is a mere trifle, and undeserving of serious consideration. the third or fourth day we were pointing to our continents. the universe is wider than our views of it. tin the 19th century people were looking for the northwest passage. travel to the stars is dependent on radically new discoveries in science and technology. two: the animal machine is far more effective than any we can hope to make. we are bits of stellar matter that got cold by accident, bits of a star gone wrong. we believe that when men reach beyond this planet, they should leave their national differences behind them. yes, i did think about it..
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