The Key is We
We all have moments in our lives where something shifts, clicks into place. For me it was in June of 2008, when I clamped my feet to the end of the robotic Canadarm-2 on the International Space Station and rode the arm through an arc that took me 100 feet above the space station. Looking down at this incredible man-made accomplishment against the backdrop of our indescribably beautiful Earth, 240 miles below was a very moving experience. But as I looked down at this stunning, fragile oasis — this island that has been given to us, and has protected all life from the harshness of space — I was hit in the gut with an undeniable sobering contradiction.
Sharing the Orbital Perspective