For me, I grew up watching the landing of man on the moon.
It was a very special time in my life, and even just this week I bought a picture of the 3 men...who went to the moon.Apollo 11.(yes I know their names) :)
I would love to go into space, but given my age...it will never happen.I 'think' there has to be for the first few, an age limit....I would think and they would have to be in very good health.
But, I hope my grandchildren will! for sure, it's a brave new world now.Very exciting....Can't tell you how many times I looked at the pic I have enclosed, it must have been hundreds. :)
Interesting question. Richard Branson was suppose to travel with his kids on a sub orbital flight on the 25 December. I guess that never happened. I am not sure if I am excited about travel in space...I like having my feet on the ground! ;)
It would be fun to hop on a space ship and go somewhere completely new. It might seem a long way away to us now, but I bet 50 years ago people would have thought that some of the things we have today were far-fetched. For the first little while, it will of course be exclusive to the people who can afford it. Last I checked on Virgin's space website, it was $250, 000 a ticket to orbit the earth. But I'm sure in time the technology will advance and prices will come down and it will be as commonplace as catching a plane or walking around with a mobile phone.