The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes.

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Spaceman: Mike Massimino's First Spacewalk

Spaceman: Mike Massimino's First Spacewalk

Sep 15, 2017-- As Mark Massimino shuttled through space to the Hubble Telescope, 350 miles above Earth, our planet looked like "a gigantic, bright blue marble set against the blackness of space...Everything had a clarity and a crispness to it. It was like I was seeing things in their purest form, like I was seeing true color for the first time." Read this riveting excerpt from his book, 'Spaceman'. (3636 reads)


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