One of the more interesting audiobooks I've read recently is Cdr Chris Hadfield's "An Astronaut's guide to Life on Earth"
It's basically an autobiography, and tells of the process he went through to get into space, and goes into what life is like up there, and what happens when you come back down again. There are some aspects of it that I might be able to use as a teacher.
One interesting fact I found out from this though is that since the Space Shuttle was retired, the only way for Humans to get off the planet is to use Soyuz.
Presumably another reason, quite apart from the small matter of gas supplies, why the West has been reluctant to rattle it's sabre too menacingly at Putin.
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