A Tourist’s Perspective on Space

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A Tourist’s Perspective on Space 2016-11-03T12:11:26+00:00

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When I was 6 years old my first grade teacher turned on the television so we could watch the launch of one of the first Space Shuttle missions. From the amazing moment that the Main Engines ignited and my classmates and I saw this marvel of technology rise into the Florida skies, I knew I wanted to be an astronaut. On that day, so did most of the other kids in that classroom.

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This paper was first published as part of Space Commerce, The Inside Story, published by the Aerospace Technology Working Group (ATWG) and included on this site through the courtesy of ATWG, ISU and the individual authors.

For reference, we are also providing the front cover and table of contents.

Other extracts from this publication can be found here.

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