Outer Space News: NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston Texas
It is a wonderful, exciting and an eye opening experience visiting the highly-secured Johnson Space Centre. To be able to launch into space and to see the most impressive view captured by technology and seen by our eyes; Earth aka The World. Shooting our imagination to infinity but also helps us reflect on what we are doing here on Earth.
The new frontier is that where we will be able to find peace or just another extension of war. What are we doing here on Earth, maybe we need to look in from the outside and see that common sense is not so common anymore. In this case its 62 miles from our world to outer space. Never mind the race, change your mind, you change your world.
< A view from above, might gives us a view that Earth, life, both men, women, children are precious and that human rights are truly important.
The space shuttle is the most complex machine ever built and is helping build the International Space Station, the world's largest orbiting laboratory. And yet we are putting our efforts to war.
Our space is a safe, welcoming space where we should all learn from and where we all can find answers to our questions here on earth.
If we can achieve peace in space, then we can achieve peace on earth. Outerspace has no end, and no end. Our safety and security depends on more than just co-operation. Ultimately, responsibility for peace both on Earth and In Outer Space rests with the individual.
"war is in the minds of the Individual, not in my Mind."
Shooting in the skies for peace.
Damir is an active member of society and an activist for peace.