It is in the mid 1980's. I am sitting on the floor of my father's office in front of a small TV. The leg bends, leaning forward, I will communicate with Mr. Spock who is like a rock.
Spock says, "Pain! Pain! Pain! And I also suffer from being a place where I can live and work in the universe and explore.
I was not the only child who was absorbed in SF novels. I became a writer, but some of them worked for NASA, closest to Starfleet.
NASA talks about the reality of space exploration, but its technicians, scientists, and astronauts are still dreamers. They get lost in Isaac Asimov, The Expanse, Star Wars' otaku book.
"I have always loved science fiction," NASA astronomer Amy Minezer said, "You can try out the idea and see how it fits."
October 1 reaches the 60th anniversary of NASA's founding. Space agency was born in 1958. In the same year, The Blob surprised the audience with a deadly star illusion of the alien. For decades Hollywood's SF has become more sophisticated and NASA recognizes the connection to this culture so that the victory of this space exploration equals what we see on the screen .
Science fictional love goes through the space agency and is also part of NASA 's general citizen consciousness. The institute looked for an outer planet reflecting the Star Wars planet and asked scientists to communicate with Comic – Cons fans and partnered with former Star Trek 's Kirk captain and William Shatner..
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