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    As a kid i used to draw planets and wonder how astronauts fly to space.Most important how they use the toilet.LOL, silly me!!
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    The hard part isn't getting to space - a relatively small rocket can do that. The hard part is getting into orbit which requires you to not just go high up, but move VERY fast as well.

    Space toilets are always interesting .
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    I find planetary geology really interesting, which I guess counts as space :yep:
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    I am always fascinated by the fact that 'orbit' is just a fancy word for falling in a stable manmer xD
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    (Original post by Avaia)
    I am always fascinated by the fact that 'orbit' is just a fancy word for falling in a stable manmer xD
    i agree.
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    I love space. I used to borrow books from the library all the time about planets and how each was different to ours. I'd bore everyone with these facts and they'd say something soul crushing like "who cares we're never gonna see it anyway" . 😂
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    NASA are.
 
 
 
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