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Well, we are essentially packed – we even put away our Harry Potter glasses…(medical glasses to adjust for ANY vision changes with one pair of glasses). Too bad they look dorky. 100 years ago or so, we started flying, Girl Scouts were established and the Oreo cookie was invented50 years ...

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Just saw the videos on Video From Space YouTube channel. Glad that you gave us a sneak peak into how is to live on ISS. Glad that you guys are out there making great things (even if some are boring) for us all.

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Hi Sunny, are the glasses invented for space only or for the good use of all of us bad eyed people? When are they aavailable? Thanks for your letting us know whats new....

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Suni, I saw the pictures of you 3 on the ground and you looked worn out. Please write about returning to gravity, what the physical effects feel like, what kind of rehab you have to do. Also, what is the emotional ride like - I can only speculate; missing the experience in space, glad to be back safe... One of the things that moves me the most seeing videos of the folks on station is the contacts with family and the obvious camaraderie among the crew. Also - on the webcam I didn't see the Russian crew members on the US side very often. Is there some kind of unofficial segregation up there? Anyway - you and the rest who get to go up are an inspiration to me. Look at the pictures of Kevin, Evgeny and Oleg - they look so happy. Thanks!

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Suni You make space, and being a space scientist so exciting. I teach K-6, and also a class in robotics. I am introducing the ISS to them (following a few weeks on the Mars program). I've got a question on their behalf: What is the one thing you have found that humans could do in space, to complement the robots you are testing? (My class has seen 'Robonaut,' and is very curious about how humans and robots interact.)

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Thank you for your work. Love those adaptive glasses.

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Dear Sunita, We are so proud of you! I will like to invite you to India to spend a day with the Indian students and inspire them to become the next generation of space explorers. Please reply asap. Rohit Sharma CEO iMatrix World Wide +91 93564 97778

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Completely overcome when the asteroid collision with the earth if a combination of the following: (so my english is not good hope you understand): 1. Using electromagnetic propulsion (the principle of operation of an electromagnet), the magnet is attached to the asteroid and spacecraft (the number of ships depending on calculation). 2. Using hydraulics, hydraulic mounted on the spacecraft when it moves close to the asteroid, they will work with any necessary force acting on the asteroid. 3. Attached to the middle of the asteroid that the missiles, but the missiles are only active after they are firmly stuck to the asteroid (the number of calculations), and automatic control. Note: - 03 to be used at the same time, when it is very far from Earth (in addition can be combined with other methods, if any). - When push meteorites, we direct them to Jupiter, or Saturn, to take advantage of the gravity of them, to a certain point, moving asteroids that crashed into Jupiter or Saturn, doing so just clean up the meteorite (we have no chance to get back forwards again, and help scientists study the collision), in addition to the space ship can re-use, if meteorites next. - Is it possible to do experiments at sea before applying them, by we set large ships, to the necessary weight and volume equivalent to the meteorite, then proceed to the combination of doing the same just learn from experience when the manipulation of space (above the basic suggestions, I look forward to working with the scientists to continue the idea and bring peace to our beloved earth . Conec Mr. Dung 01652 396 372 or Email: nguyendung43cb@yahoo.com)

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