Peggy Whitson in the cupola of the International Space Station
I don’t know about you, but it’s been one of my childhood dreams to travel in space. As a big sci-fi fan, I’ve watched a ton of movies, read even more books, wrote a few of them, and spent countless hours wondering what it must be really like to fly in space.
The Washington Post recently posted a wonderful post, 50 astronauts, in their own words. Filled with quotes and anecdotes, it conveys the feeling of actually being in one of the shuttles or the ISS, looking down on Earth.
Also, it’s a great writing resource, especially if you’re into near-future hard science fiction. Add any of these gems into your stories and give your books an extra level of realism.
The bathroom breaks suck. So does getting sweaty.
Sandy Magnus washes her hair aboard the space shuttle Atlantis
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I love the photos in this post. Thanks for sharing 🙂