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Returning to the Moon with NASA astronauts is not the best usage of our resources. Because OUR resources should be directed to outward, beyond-the-moon, to establishing habitation and laboratories on the surface of Mars that can be built, assembled, from the close-by moons of Mars.
I've been approached to do some things with astronauts and the preparation that astronauts go through.
To become an astronaut, someone has to have a dream of his own to do something that he or she has always wanted to do, then commit himself to making that dream come true.
You’ve got to believe you can be a standup before you can be a standup. You have to believe you can act before you can act. You have to believe you can be an astronaut before you can be an astronaut. You’ve got to believe.
The most dangerous job by far in the USA is an astronaut.
If you believe that I'm a cop killer, you believe David Bowie is an astronaut.
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I don't have to go into outer space to write about an astronaut.
I thought the attractions of being an astronaut were actually, not so much the Moon, but flying in a completely new medium.
A NASA astronaut and a Russian cosmonaut can't be creative. He has to follow a predetermined detailed checklist written by an engineer and if he gets a little creative he'll never fly again.
In the van, we can see the rocket in the distance, lit up and shining, an obelisk. In reality, of course, it’s a 4.5-megaton bomb loaded with explosive fuel, which is why everyone else is driving away from it.
After an orange cloud — formed as a result of a dust storm over the Sahara and caught up by air currents — reached the Philippines and settled there with rain, I understood that we are all sailing in the same boat.
I wanted to be a secret agent and an astronaut, preferably at the same time.
I am surprised nothing has been made of the fact that astronaut Neil Armstrong carried no sidearms when he landed on the moon.
A partner's different perspective is valuable, but the very fact that it is different means that it will require work, humility, time, and resources to incorporate that perspective. At times, this will require checking one's pride at the door.
I was born too late for steam trains and a lazy eye meant I'd never be an astronaut.
Astronauts were not the impulsive daredevils so dear to the stereopticonloving public. They couldn't afford to be. The hazards of the profession required an infinite capacity for cautious, contemplative thought.
There is no one area of chemical engineering that specifically helped me in my career as an astronaut, it was more the general education in engineering. Also, it was a very difficult and rigorous course. So, it made me strong and resourceful.
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When I'm a man, I will be an astronaut, and find Peter Pan on the second star on the right.
I'd have given my right eye to be an astronaut.
I was the first person to tweet from space, but now every astronaut tweets from space and does Instagram and Snapchat and Face - they have Facebook going. I think it's more of a personal relationship they have with space now. They see it as more obtainable than me watching my superhero Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin walking on the moon. It's like, there's no way I can do that.
To be healthy in modern society, you must adopt the behaviors of an astronaut!
Collaboration begins with mutual understanding and respect.
I've always known I'd be a bank robber. So judge all you want, ladies and gentlemen. Because you never did become an astronaut.
I know other astronauts share my feelings.... And we know the government is sitting on hard evidence of UFOs.
Hello International Space Station, goodbye civilization.
So most astronauts are astronauts for a couple of years before they are assigned to a flight.
Also I didn't habe 20/20 vision whch you needed to be a pilot. But I said you could still want something that is very unlikely to happen.
I think most astronauts are not risk takers. We take calculated risks for something that we think is worthwhile.
One thing I probably share with everyone else in the astronaut office is composure.
As a kid, I knew I wanted to be either a cartoonist or an astronaut. The latter was never much of a possibility, as I don't even like riding in elevators.
Different astronauts sleep in different ways.
I was selected to be an astronaut on a military program called the Manned Orbiting Laboratory back in '67 and that program got cancelled in '69 and NASA ended up taking half of us...
The hardest thing for me as an astronaut was to improve my swimming skills.
We are all astronauts on spaceship earth
Everyone I have spoken with about working with the Russians in space exploration believes that the United States has learned a great deal from Russia and that Russia has learned a great deal from the United States – and that the entire international space partnership is much better because of it.
I wanted to be an astronaut when I was a kid. I grew up in Houston. Gordo Cooper was my favorite astronaut.
Don't get bogged down by the notion of limits. There aren't any.
I've been asked about UFOs and I've said publicly I thought they were somebody else, some other civilization.
When you talk to astronauts, the most profound thing when you finally go into space is the view - looking back at the planet - so I absolutely know for sure that that's going to change my perspective on our planet, and it's going to change my perspective on life, I think.
I fully expected that, by the end of the century, we would have achieved substantially more than we actually did.
President Obama is launching a new $6 billion space policy that will ultimately take astronauts to Mars. Of course, it's $6 billion and $45 if the astronauts have a carry-on.
At no time, when the astronauts were in space were they alone, there was a constant surveillance by UFOs.
Well, the coolest thing I have seen so far, in terms of, like, me being an astronaut and seeing something unusual, was the rendezvous, the docking of a Progress spaceship.
The food isn't too bad. It's very different from the food that the astronauts ate in the very early days of the space program.
Well before I was in a band, I wanted to be everything from a vet, an astronaut, an archeologist was a big one. It could be very wide-ranging because I had a lot of different interests including music so I'm very happy where I wound up.
People try to typecast astronauts as heroic and superhuman. We're only human beings.
I suppose the one quality in an astronaut more powerful than any other is curiosity. They have to get some place nobody's ever been.
From out there on the moon, international politics looks so petty. You want to grab a politician by the scruff of the neck, drag him a quarter of a million miles out, and say, 'Look at that, you son of a bitch.
We're all astronauts, really, aren't we; interstellar astronauts, travelling so far into the blackness we can never return.