There will be the first doctor, whoever does it.The first astronaut, whoever does it.
“If I had said I wanted to be an astronaut, they would have been like ‘Do it’,” Rivers told me.
I am also having an astronaut come with me to some of the classrooms this week.
That cylinder is in a chamber within the satellite, not unlike an astronaut aboard the International Space Station.
“As soon as cowboy and astronaut were out of the picture, I knew I wanted to write,” he says.
I spoke about Galactic to a NASA astronaut (who cannot be named as a matter of NASA policy).
The NASA astronaut did more for adult diapers than Depends spokeswoman Lisa Rinna ever could.
Armstrong recounts how he cheated death while he trained to be an astronaut.
coined 1929 in science fiction, popularized from 1961 by U.S. space program, from astro- + nautes "sailor" (see naval). French astronautique (adj.) had been coined 1927 by "J.H. Rosny," pen name of Belgian-born science fiction writer Joseph Henri Honoré Boex (1856-1940) on model of aéronautique, and Astronaut was used in 1880 as the name of a fictional spaceship by English writer Percy Greg (1836-1889) in "Across the Zodiac."