Re: EXOTERRA: Space Events of 20th Century

Steve Edwards (
Mon, 03 Mar 1997 11:46:06 -0600

At 10:49 AM 3/1/97 -0700, you wrote:
>I'm putting together a proposal for a performance art piece to be performed
>at the Planetary Society's 1997 Conference. In doing so, I would like to
>refer to several breakthrough events that have taken in 20th Century. Events
>that come to mind are:
>1. Sputnik first breaking free of planet earth's atmosphere;
>2. Apollo Misson and astronauts walking on moon;
>3. Pioneer 10 leaving our solar system heading towards
> interstellar space; and
>4. Hubble Telescope time-travel imaging.
>If anyone would like to add to my list, or suggest events that might be
>better to comment on, I'd appreciate advice. Thanks.
> Natasha Vita More [f/k/a Nancie Clark]
> Extropic Art Manifesto!:
> * * * * * * * * * *

5. Mariner and Viking missions to Mars (spectacular photos, possibility of
6. Challenger disaster--to remind folks that courage is required,,

"Life, he himself said once, (his biografiend, in fact, kills him verysoon,
if yet not, after) is a wake, livit or krikit, and on the bunk of our
breadwinning, lies the cropse of our seedfather..."