I think he enjoyed himself
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I must have missed the Scottish space programme somehow ...
He did seem quite overwhelmed by the experience, glad it all went well and he got the opportunity to go up there.
Our future King speaks on the subject -
Prince William: Saving Earth should come before space tourism
Good on Im. glad it's not the ginger one ,he would have to ask Megan first what she thought ,and how much money they could make out of it ,and if it went wrong who they could blame
yes I don't like both
#12 Thanks for posting that link Doug, he really was very emotional, I suppose that once you are up there looking down at our somewhat fragile planet, it makes you appreciate just how trivial all our perceived problems are
Or anything but trivial , depending upon one's problem of choice ...
"Man's life on Earth?
Boats rowed out at dawn
And no trace left."
Not that I can remember that when the bloody car in front insists on doing 37 mph in a 60 zone, through the most beautiful sweeping curves. And when I get home, I'll still go back to grumping about my health.
I loved the headline about 'Boston Legal Star...." going into space. I felt that the headline writer may have missed the point.