Atlantis landing at 10.56 today. Kinda sad as its the end of an era of space travel.
Yeah, we still don't know what is out there!
Live your life as if nobody is watching you.
Agreed and its images like these that blow your mind
I've looked in to flights on the vomit comet since thats the closest i'd ever get to space travel.
Its ways to much for my pay check at the moment.
but it is defiantly something I will be doing before I die.
The next generations will be living out space travel dreams I think.
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I don't think it will be ridiculously far away. It's only taken 50 years or so to get this far, so imagine what they can do in the next 50. I'll be in space when i'm 80....
I do...I'd love to live forever!! But yes, you are probably right. Plus, the Welsh will probably rule the world by then, rising up as the most powerful nation in the world to dominate with a fluffy fist!
I want to be the first person to put on his insurance claim
"hit by a comet while entering Uranus"