I think humans will reach Mars, and I would like to see it happen in my lifetime.
By: Buzz Aldrin
There's a need for accepting responsibility - for a person's life and making choices that are not just ones for immediate short-term comfort. You need to make an investment, and the investment is in health and education.
Being first outside the spacecraft would bring much more responsibility, and I really wasn't looking for that.
As we begin to have landings on the moon, we can alternate those with vertical launch of similar crew modules on similar launch vehicles for vertical-launch tourism in space, if you want to call it that adventure travel.
The final frontier may be human relationships, one person to another.
Going to Mars would evolve humankind into a two-planet species.
Kids, help your parents if they don't know how to use a smartphone.
From the distance of the moon, Earth was four times the size of a full moon seen from Earth. It was a brilliant jewel in the black velvet sky.
Mars has been flown by, orbited, smacked into, radar examined, and rocketed onto, as well as bounced upon, rolled over, shoveled, drilled into, baked and even blasted. Still to come: Mars being stepped on.
Fighter pilots have ice in their veins. They don't have emotions. They think, anticipate. They know that fear and other concerns cloud your mind from what's going on and what you should be involved in.
I didn't start skiing until I was 50. My wife Lois taught me how to ski. I'm proficiently conservative.
We need to have people up there who can communicate what it feels like, not just pilots and engineers.
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