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Re: ehum....

Good ol' terra firma is good enough for me!!   But I never did travel well - LOL

---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: Aplfgcnys@aol.com
Reply-To: gardenchat@hort.net
Date:  Sun, 24 Aug 2003 13:31:39 EDT

>In a message dated 08/24/2003 11:41:15 AM Eastern Daylight Time, 
>gardenqueen@gbronline.com writes:
>> Don't know about everyone but it was quite awesome last night! It's the
>> closest it's been to Earth in hundreds of years. Very cool!
>  Did you know that there is an international organization, The Mars Society, 
> dedicated to furthering the exploration and settlement of Mars?  If you are 
><A HREF="http://www.marssociety.org";>http://www.marssociety.org</A> check here.  There is some sort of big celebration 
>in Utah over the Labor Day weekend to celebrate this Mars event - if you 
>Westerners are interested.
>  One of the things that has complicated my life this summer was the rush job 
>to prepare the index to a book, obviously pitched at this event.  MARS ON 
>EARTH, by Robert Zubin, president of the Mars Society, makes their pitch for 
>exploration of Mars and gives a detailed account of the organization's "mission 
>simulations" at two sites chosen to approximate the conditions likely to be 
>found on Mars.  One is in northern Canada, and the other in Utah.  Fascinating.  
>But I'm not putting my name on the list for first trips.  Auralie
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