The top one is the traditional one for learning what is in this course. It’s the same cost now as 40 years ago. It's hard to say what drives a three-year-old, but I think I had a sense that nature was my solace, and nature was a place in which there was beauty, in which there was order. There’s times, falling asleep, when you feel like you’re outside of the space ship. I haven’t been there yet, but I’m going there soon. Today at 11:30 AM. It is part of my spiritual quest. In the early 1990s, Musgrave was stalked by Margaret Mary Ray, a schizophrenic woman who had previously served time for stalking comedian David Letterman. So going out into space is and exploring your universe helps to define who you are, and what a human is, and why. And of course, with space flight, that is part of the human experience. My great-grandfather committed suicide, grandfather did, father, mother, brother, a son. There isn’t just one picture of Hawaii. It sounds as if space flight has grounded you on earth, in the sense of loving and respecting earth. We need to have some kind of virtual reality things on board to give you earth in an artificial way. Perhaps the most dramatic of Story Musgrave’s space missions was the fifth, on the Shuttle Endeavour. He is a public speaker and consultant to both Disney's Imagineering group and Applied Minds in California. When we look at our own environment, at the way life has come into being here on earth, we only have one data point here. In August 1967, Musgrave was selected by NASA to be among the first cohort of astronaut-scientists. I have a sense of humor about it. I think that’s part of what America is, and the roots of America. High-altitude flight and the then-new space program had created new areas of medicine, and Dr. Musgrave was in the forefront, pursuing research in cardiovascular and exercise physiology and in the medicine of aviation. Story Musgrave: Yes, I do. Mission duration was 6 days, 22 hours, 50 minutes, 42 seconds. From 1967 to 1989, he practiced clinical medicine on a part-time basis at Denver General Hospital (presently known as Denver Health Medical Center) and served as an adjunct instructor of physiology and biophysics at the University of Kentucky Medical Center. You don’t know where earth is, it could be in any direction. You are not thinking about the future of the company, you are not thinking about your future, you’re not thinking about the critics, it is you and the perfect turn. I did not read as a child. Following his graduation from Syracuse University, Musgrave was briefly employed as a mathematician and operations analyst by the Eastman Kodak Company in Rochester, New York in 1958. What energy does it take to get there? I’ll take a bunch of laundry bags and curl up with them, and we’ll get stuffed in some corner. I never read a single book outside of the classroom. Summary: Story Musgrave is 85 years old and was born on 08/19/1935. This website has a Google PageRank of 4 out of 10. What was the greatest challenge in fixing the Hubble? I could simply get in a sleeping bag. I could work on physiology and life detection, all that kind of thing too. I fail all the time, but I learn from my failures. It was not, “I’m watching television and don’t have time for you.” I didn’t do that. I do not think people, including NASA, understand what it is going to be like to see earth become the size of your thumbnail at 220,000 miles. You take what you want and you pay for it. But I was pressed for hours, right at the edge of my ability to do it. I create a lot of hope for people because they see, in fact, that not only am I better in my 60s, but I’m having more fun. You get a real visual image of the whole chain of Hawaiian Islands and what they look like. In the Corps, he served as an aircraft electrician and mechanic, and learned to fly. The most dramatic of Dr. Story Musgrave’s space missions was his fifth flight on the Space Shuttle Endeavour. That should be the number one priority. Everything is shaking. I have an hour and 15 minutes just to do that. He has written or been listed as a co-author of twenty five scientific papers in the areas of aerospace medicine and physiology, temperature regulation, exercise physiology, and clinical surgery. Because their parents are professionals, they have been able to share, they have been on the edge of a huge number of disciplines, whether it’s books, or visits to the university, or going down for launches. Story Musgrave: I think the experience of space needs to be communicated in terms of what is in one’s head and one’s heart. Once you’ve attained the velocity to go there, there’s no turning back, until you get there, loop around and come back. What’s the experience of getting ready? I might grab a leg over here, bend the knee, so I have several feet which are pushing on me and I’m wrapped up in several arms, and I go to sleep this way, being held in the arms of unoccupied space suits. Franklin Story Musgrave was born in Boston and raised on his parents’ farm near Stockbridge, Massachusetts. I think if we had not repaired the telescope, it would have been the end of the space station, because space station requires a huge number of space walks. People have wanted to place themselves in a totally unique position, because they mix up physical uniqueness with faith and meaning. He also trained as a pilot and parachutist, earning his Air Force Wings and FAA ratings as flight instructor, instrument instructor, glider instructor, and airline transport pilot. Dr Toby Musgrave has a passion for garden design and garden history which began at a very early age and shows no signs of abating. It’s a literal immersion to lie in the ocean, and to drink the ocean. This is my era: 1935 to 2000 and whatever. What is that experience like for you? That attitude almost defines what we call American romanticism, or American transcendentalism. And, I saw that everything I had ever done in life could be used in that endeavor. We are a Publishing and Multimedia Production Company Read about us... DVD - Live Performance I had books in the classroom, but that was it.