If you are offered a visit to Moon, what will be your expressions?
I'll really love to travel from earth to moon. What will you feel ?
I'd say no thanks.
I like my feet on the good ol' earth...
The Moon is boring, when i last went there was hardly any atmosphere!
Earth is the most lovable place which is enrich with natural beauty.
I wanna see moon from earth, not interested in looking at earth from moon
I'd love to go to the moon, but the last few times anyone went there, the travel accommodations barely even qualified as tourist class. I mean, they had to fly the vehicle themselves, for goodness sakes!
I enjoy travel, but I don't enjoy being packed in like a sardine with several other people for three days, and none of us having access to a shower. And if one of us got space-sick....
I think I'd wait until I can get an in-flight movie or three, and maybe some in-flight meals that taste better than the astronaut ice cream they sell at the science museum.
But once that's possible, sign me up!
Perhaps if they had a city in a dome or something on the moon I would visit then.
Imagine seeing the earth from that distance. Imagine feeling that sense of how insignificant we all are. If I was offered a million dollars or a trip into space, it has to be the latter all day long.
I would jump at the offer, provided I was given an extremely powerful Telescope that would help me see the stadium in South Africa. That way I'll catch all the World Cup action, sitting comfortably - from above.
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