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would you travel to space?

posted Mar 06, 2016 12:41:43 by RayOliver
I am not sure if I would currently travel to space, perhaps because there is just too much uncertainty associated with it at the moment. However, if I got a call inviting me to some sort of space mission, I think I would really relish the opportunity and accept it in a heartbeat. Would you guys agree to travel to space?

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Dandelion said Mar 06, 2016 16:57:59
As much as I hate to fly and hate heights, I think if given the opportunity, I'd have to take it. It's just not the sort of thing you can pass up.
RedSeol said Mar 09, 2016 01:39:36
At the moment I can say without a doubt that I will go traveling to space if someone makes the offer. To be honest I feel rather scared to make such a risky trip. I also have fear of height and I can't swim; I think that shows how I'm afraid to have a change in my normal, daily environment. However, I have experienced regrets over things I should have just tried regardless of my fears because the moment never came again. At least I could say I have tried instead of giving up in the first place.
Mike Standin said Mar 09, 2016 17:35:48
In a heartbeat I would. I don't like flying either, but I don't see this as being the same. This is propelling yourself upward and then floating at at certain altitude. At least that is what I imagine it being like.
Fitzwilly said Jul 24, 2016 18:04:52
I would love to go into space. The thought of it alone is thrilling. Just imagine what you would see, the big blue globe of Earth, the Moon up close, the stars that you could almost touch, the feeling of being weightless. Wow!
wild_sarah82 said Jul 25, 2016 02:33:11
I would travel to space in a hearts beat. I think that would be so cool. I wish that space travel was like it is in the movies or on TV like in Star Trek the Next Generation. That is kind of how I want to travel in space, not in the cramped conditions like you see on the International Space Station. lol
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