I don't really get what this means, but I think it's funny anyway.
Wherever we're going, let's have fun on the way there!
Apollo 13: Epic Successful Fail.
I'm not going to be on tomorrow, seeing as it's Earth Day. Just doing my part.
I've made more posts than JayUtah, but with less substance.
I've always been the poetic sort, not the technical sort. I have great respect for those more tech-minded than I, for those who can understand every nut and bolt and thruster. I worked alongside kids who were far more technically-minded than I could ever be at Space Camp, and I feel certain that they'll be the ones to whom this plan matters the most, the ones who'll fill its history books.
But I am the poetic sort, and what appeals to me is dreams. I grew to love the hypothetical and experimental hardware and I learned the digital contours and the flight profile. But even then, I never really loved the hardware, although I believed I did. The hardware was a prop, an enabler. What really appealed to me was the dreams of climbing the mountains of the moon and walking the sands of Mars.
My dreams were interrupted, and I thought they were lost. But they're not. Now I dream the same dream I did before, except with more destinations and more excitement.
Next stop, Mars.
Woah, I come back and the whole board changes! Incredible!
Going away on a trip to Italy with my school tomorrow, so I can't promise I'll be able to post for the next ten days. Have fun without me!
Music videoes I desperately want to see:
Hubble Space Telescope/I Can See Clearly Now.
STS/There She Goes.
Earthlight, or How to Get Twilight Fans to Care About Space.
Order of Kilopi