I wonder if all of us, the general public had the opportunity to move in space, how many of us really be ready and willing. Imagine for a moment.
You can take the shuttle to the moon or Mars, NASA dime. Would you jump for joy, and dress-up, or want to cringe at the thought of leaving the atmosphere of this planet? I have this fence. Part of me wants to see and live in outer space so bad, but the other part of me is fear. It ‘hard to be connected to the death in space. In conclusion, we have seen what can happen to the space shuttle billion. I think many of us, it is best to stick to the planetarium, the current state of the video or DVD. This will give us a taste of what the universe provides, but without the dangers.
Millions of us watched as a schoolteacher, civilians aboard a bus headed for space. It was in the 1980’s, so I was in elementary school at the time. Fortunately, my teacher turned on the television so that our entire class was amazed to see. Unfortunately, our surprise was not related to the visualization of a successful takeoff. Some aspects of the spacecraft was defective and it all goes wrong. Life is over and hopes were dashed. It was a sad day for NASA undoubtingly. However, space travel has also been very successful as well. You can see the highlights of a video or contemporary space in the country. Teach your children what the people at NASA have done in recent years.
It is clear that there is more to join NASA as a video or two and the feeling of space astronomy enthusiast. If you’re really in the stars and moons, I suggest you go to college in astronomy or physics. Even better, most people with a passion for space will go further and acquire a doctorate. In this way, it can become a teacher who teaches the wonders of astronomy, or even acquire a position at NASA. That would be awesome! Imagine telling people that you know you work for NASA. Who can compete with that?