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GSV What Is The Answer and Why? (RotN) - OK042C
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Owner: hal an tow
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altitude Altitude: 153 m. ASL.
location Region: United Kingdom (UK) > Leicestershire, Rutland and Northamptonshire
type Cache type: Puzzle
size Size: Regular
status Status: Ready to be found
hidden Date hidden: 29-10-2017
creation-date Date created: 29-10-2017
published-date Date published: 29-10-2017
last-mod Last modification: 26-12-2017
Found 2x Found
Not found 0x Not found
Note 1 notes
watchers 1 watchers
visits 11 visitors
votes 2 x rated
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N 52° 2X.XXX W 000° 5X.XXX

"What do you want to be when you grow up?"

As a child I never had a sensible answer to that question (I still don't ... ), but astronaut was at the top of the list for years. Sadly I had to make do with vicarious experiences, and alongside following the real advances in space exploration and science I adventured through space in Fireball XL5, with Thunderbirds, in the the Tardis, and a suspiciously clean and shiny white ship called the Enterprise.
Later I voyaged with Adama, Aeryn Sun, Reynolds, Ivanova, Kryten (and Crichten) , was scared out of my socks on the Nostromo, bemused along with Bowman, and sad for days after JMS finally turned out the lights.
The sense of wonder has never left me.
gratuitous starwars reference
"I've seen things you people wouldn't believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I've watched c-beams glitter in the dark near the Tannhäuser Gate.
All those ... moments will be lost in time, like tears... in rain.
Time to die.".


The photo is 'Mystic Mountain' a NASA Hubble Space Telescope image of a three-light-year-tall pillar of gas, dust, and new born stars in the Carina Nebula.
If that doesn't fill you with awe, you must have a heart of stone, be more child-like  !
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