Tonight, we had SpaceX take the first step in making a safe launch and reentry possible on it's own, landing on earth.
Long exposure of launch, reentry for a new era of space flight that will further commercialization for crews everywhere. I uploaded T.R.I.G.S.M. and slept in my astronaut suit that I teach in with a SpaceX path also on it, for about a week for my first time, mainly because I have been ordered to stay at home for 2 weeks and rest, they said no school or physical work, but I did a little, and I have followed for the most part my instructions because my doctors were concerned that I have not taken any real breaks and have been on an insane schedule, one of them said it was like I drove back and forth from Houston, Texas to Dallas everyday for the past six months and just like cars if you leave them heated or on to long, your body also has a point in which is can explode, so it is not good, there are boundaries that can be pushed, and then there are trial and errors, and safety precautions one must take, and launching a rocket into orbit and landing it safely for the first time ever, will change the course of the way we are able to take people, all people, no matter their size, no matter their stature, no matter their religion, or skin color, or disability, into space if they want to, because it will be easier to be able to return to earth and reignite the passion of generations before and after us, by sharing fuel, technology, private and public education entities, that when in doubt we can all fly like iron man, to a certain extent.
As Dan Hendrickson stated "Behold! A new kind of engineering analysis is born rocket reflight certification. Scott Manly @DJSnM via Kerbal Space Program "Glad to see landing a rocket stages is no longer just a challenge for hardcore Kerbal Space Program players" @opennasa thanked all for coming around the globe for the historic event, @astronautpoodle his tesla enthusiastic with @josethbparker my son, on saving energy with reusable cars in a sense, the EV electric vehicle, trickling down from programming for cars to park themselves like the kids from Irmarangel at UTD gave us a presentation on, to vehicles learning to drive the way you do, and safely get your home automatically in the future, we have seen here tonight in the ability to take the impossible making the Falcon9 an "I'm Possible".
I see us making waves for kids to want to go to mars, as our #nextgianleap is indeed, getting people to work together off the earth for the earth, and make exploration a scientific inquiry of both the rational and irrational avenues of human capacity to balance the freedoms of space exploration and humanitarian efforts #getyourmasstomars, and for those who want to revisit the moon, NASA anxiously working on redirecting an asteroid, the Rosetta with ESA was a step in the right direction, just ask we have our first British Astronaut/Cosmonaut joining our other American/Russian Astronaut/Cosmonaut, @internationalspacestation which in my proposal which is finally live on LinkedIn and searchable through usajobs.gov I use it as a quarantine checkpoint from returning from Mars, because we can build on top of it, and have astronauts/cosmonauts coming back from their human space explorations and alien life searching, use it as a check point before coming home to earth. SpaceX Aerospace Company's Falcon 9 Rocket Blasts Off, Makes Successful Landing Upon Return.
With this type of capability, we can use cell-culturing techniques more often in stemcell research and advance bioengineering, make math make more sense & fun for those who are not use to mathematics being the glue component in brigading within the sciences, physics that would put breaking the sound barrier to shame, and global universal understanding of life and death, reversible genetic algorithms, printing tissue organs 3D, successfully making having brain scans done as easily and readily available and needed routinely for everyone that wants or needs one just as you would have your dentist see you every six months, most pilots that are commercial commit to that, but there should be no reason why everyone on the planet should not have access and affordable capability to see the inside of their brains from a timeline series in the same way, to make informed decisions about their healthcare, and we can prevent concussions and find cures and treatments, with the curiousity from the community and global individuals who make it their careers and pursuits to methodically or persistently challenge themselves and the world around them to be skeptical, reanalyze the data, produce results again, define a problem, discover a pathway and gateway to execute a plan, to show the proof and solution to that problem.
"Cutting the cost down of launching rockets by a factor of a 100 or millions, accelerates the timeline in which humans can travel to and colonize planets like Mars." fuckyeahteslamotors
Artificial Intelligence is at our disposal to enhance the quality of life of those who need it. When Elon Musk went on the Big Bang Theory (which I didn't know they promoted Mensa-fied until just now, they should really have my Spaceprincess.org character come on that show to be a sex therapist for the group since they promote a complicated dialogue between their couples at times) anyways, back to my healthy train of thought, the kind-hearted nature for volunteering that he displayed or portrayed is the general attitude of conceptualizing generousity and the tenacity to get at it until you win it while giving back. LZ-1 at Cape Canaveral did just that tonight, and displayed the next step in evolution of air travel. Fuel efficient vehicles that are tested to go beyond their capacity now, are interchangeable with the flexible engineering of the future with expandable and bendable wings, and #tomorrowland bringing a step-forth in hyperloop for me anyways,
Sustainable energy is an alleviated endeavor for the entire planet. Poverty is something that tears away at the fabric of societies in regards to basic needs like hunger. When we can imagine, everyone on the planet, being able to have basic access to needs and wants, like running water, clean &/ green energy, recycled products that can form a disposition anew from 3D printing, coding our friendships and successes so we don't lose contact with one another during the tragedies of earthquakes or terror attacks with Facebook checkins saying "I am safe" we can tweet the dreams on twitter until our last tweet, but everyone has a superpower of individuality, and twins could be known to either possess a shared commonality worth studying, just as triplets and so forth, but I think the most humbling thing as a parent, is not only when we get feedback from our working women making progress in every industry to take leadership roles to be a boss, our children recognize the rights of people, and look into our eyes and believe in us at times when we do not always believe in ourselves.
Our brains are hardwired however they have adapted or been exposed to their environments or treatments from within, but the first time feeling such as Devil's Advocate, for those who have made it to being a science experiment and putting in the times and effort and selection of a career in the space industry Ad Astra style or what have not #ontomars being that dream, for the others on earth, will soon be a thing of the past when everyone has the chance to be elite in their own way and reach the potential that they may not have known was possible because of things like glass ceiling barriers, or barriers to entry, that this historic launch is becoming a solution for.
My dog Squire Maguire has a few astronaut signatures, and he loves people, and he loves interacting with dogs, and is so friendly that it worries me at times because he doesn't recognize attack dogs sometimes, but he serves as a teaching aid to me for the kids to have that kinetic connectivity when we have had National Space Society or NASA come give a presentation with him, and as a single mom who prides herself in bringing that synergistic catalyst nature to the board room, in the classroom, in work, life, and so forth, I find it important to note that AIAA, who I am developing educational partnerships with, as a former student through their program, I was able to tour McGregor Texas and introduce people who were able to get SpaceX to do a ground-breaking ceremony for a launch pad near Corpus Christi in the Brownsville and South Padre Island area, requesting one of our then President now Deputy of UTSystems, who is a trained engineer, as he stated "We are always looking for engineers" I have enjoyed doing introduce a girl to engineering day, for a few years, and going to the classrooms and having kids do hands on experiments for the experience of becoming that scientist, or mathematician, engineer, and so forth, giving them the artistic expression and creative ability to show what they want to make whether it be robots, or satellites, or Orion modules, or rockets, some of my best memories on building smaller handheld computer devices as a kid with NASA in a classroom where giving that presentation on what I thought would be nice to have, even while being called crazy that no one would want a stylus or something that small to hold and use as a computer, and dreaming of flying, which I have done and am putting in my commitment and schedule for continuing on, it is more courageous of Elon Musk and the people who supports him, and his agreements with NASA, and the fighting spirit of entrepreneurship, to consistently do your best to prove wrong the times before in which you have failed.
I didn't like working with SpaceX in California at first when I did research for my NASA project through a local community college because while I was at SMU, having to work there, one of the girls who answered was extremely rude to me in regards for me doing my homework with NASA as she put me on hold, I mean I couldn't believe she got back on the line and said "I thought you were waiting for me what are you doing" and she acted like I was at fault for continuing to research while on my computer when she put me on hold. Other's in our community had said they felt it was a sweat shop and that is what they had heard, for the engineers, and her "This is a private company do you understand that do you know that" yes of course I know and I am at a private school working on my project that ended up being about $50 billion for a proposal, so I actually failed at meeting the criteria at 100% for it, and so I waited and did not go my first acceptance and assignment to Cape Canaveral for SpaceX due to her customer service. Since then I have followed through with the preparations as such, but as a judgement call, Elon Musk Aborting on Ignition due to slow ground side valve, adjusting ignition sequence by 0.6 secs for next attempt attempt 3 days ago become a punting after Sunday to take a 10% higher success rate and landing seen at 8:33pm became new history to rock the industry where private flight will be affordable to the mass public with the increase in quality vehicles that are usable and cleaner fuel.
I am technically not suppose to be writing this article, because I am off for two weeks until December 23rd, but I figured since I am technically in bed writing this & about to put on a movie and rest happily knowing that we are bringing the future of medicine today with the advancements of tonight's historic Falcon9 from SpaceX, I wanted to celebrate slightly with reflecting a bit for this article, and sharing some photos, and memories, furthermore, education on the matter of forethoughts freely with those of my audience who are eager to know what is next in the adventures yet to come for us all.
I have my list of new patches that are coming along for my spacesuits and asking around who wants to do some educational outreach so we can get images up, and one of my friends from EAI wants us to meet with people that need sponsorship in the Texas region. Just think of the possibilities of launching a Falcon9 and being able to recover it in ten minutes?
Falcon 9 First Stage Landing