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    All I know is if I turn off my heater, I'd have a heck of a time revving up my jet pack!
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    If I had the dosh I would ABSOLUTELY do this.
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    If I had the dosh I would ABSOLUTELY do this.
    I would to, but I'd probably fail the physical because of my heart problems.
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    I would to, but I'd probably fail the physical because of my heart problems.
    I have a heart condition too. But for 50 big ones... dude they'd do anything for money.
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    I have a heart condition too. But for 50 big ones... dude they'd do anything for money.
    Hate to burst your bubble, but I'm not so sure about that; From Hemimax's link:
    “The commercial entity developing the mission will determine crew composition for each mission and ensure private astronauts meet NASA’s medical standards and the training and certification procedures for International Space Station crew members.
    More Here: OCHMO formulates and implements health and medical policy for NASA via NPDs, NPRs, and NASA Standards. NIDs are temporary documents detailing new policy until said policy is incorporated into permanent documents. In addition, OCHMO has established a Level 1 board to guide and direct OCHMO health and medical activities.

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    Can one surrender in space?

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    Sure why not?


    Meanwhile: Surface Rupture from Ridgecrest Earthquake Spotted from Space (Photo)

    One of last week's powerful Southern California earthquakes created a crack in the planet's crust that's visible from space.

    Photos snapped on Saturday (July 6) by tiny Earth-observing Dove satellites, which are built and operated by San Francisco-based company Planet, show a new surface rupture near the desert town of Ridgecrest, about 125 miles (200 kilometers) northeast of Los Angeles.
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