I remember when I fell in love with space. It was when my father showed me the moon through a telescope made from a piece of cardboard tubing used for molding concrete pillars. The moon with its mountains and valleys was spectacular. And then later we looked at Saturn, I was amazed. So I’ve had this passion for space since I was a little kid. Later, as a student at Cornell University, I was formally introduced to the wonders of astronomy in a class taught by Carl Sagan and it changed my life....

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