[amsat-bb] Re: Re RE: Clint
greggwon at gmail.com
Wed Dec 15 18:37:15 PST 2010
I guess, practically, the outside is how they keep you alive. If that was how
you introduced space, as a career, to young kids/adults, the importance of space
based careers which you might discuss later, might just go in one ear, and out
the other because of the overwhelming fact about this giant elephant, named risk
of death, standing in the room.
It's much better to let everyone think about the good that they will make happen
rather than how often their life will be at risk due to unforeseen circumstances
associated with the space environment. We share risk of death on the planet
just like off the planet. We just feel the risks are much more controllable on
the planet. In reality they really are not that controllable. We hear about
many of those uncontrollable moments on the evening news and read about them in
On 12/15/2010 9:34 AM, Michael wrote:
> Thanks Rick ! I did have opportunity to see and go through a mock up ISS at Huntsville. I was chaperoning a young astronaughts group. They talked alot about the interior but not the design and the exterior.
> Mike N8GBU
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