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“- Vivian: Have you ever transcended space and time?
- Albert Markovski: Yes. No. Uh, time, not space... No, I don't know what you're talking about.”
“It's a strange feeling. Everywhere I go, I'm the first. Step outside the rover? First guy ever to be there!”
“Hi, I'm Mark Watney and I'm still alive... obviously.”
“This is the final cruise of the Starship Enterprise under my command. This ship and her history will shortly become the care of another crew. To them and their posterity will we commit our future. They will continue the voyages we have begun, and journey to all the undiscovered countries, boldly going where no man... where no one has gone before.”
“There's a lot of space out there to get lost in.”
There's nothing "for sure" in this place.
“- Meteor Bert: Well, it ain't a meteor.
- Joe Dirt: Yeah, it is. It came out of the sky.
- Meteor Bert: Well I'm sure it did but it ain't no meteor. It's a big ol' frozen chunk o' shit.
- Joe Dirt: What?
- Meteor Bert: Oh yeah, see them airplanes they dump their toilets 36,000 feet. The stuff freezes and falls to earth. We call 'em Boeing bombs.”
“Some couples dance, others go to Mars.”
Remember the white dress I wore all through that film? George came up to me the first day of filming, took one look at the dress and said: “You can't wear a bra under that dress”. “OK, I'll bite, - I said. - Why?” And he said: “Because ... there's no underwear in space”. He said it with such conviction. Like he had been to space and looked... (continue)(continue reading)
“Well, good morning, everybody, and welcome to day 255,642 aboard the Axiom. As always, the weather is a balmy 72 degrees and sunny, and, uh... oh, I see the ship's log is showing that today is the 700th anniversary of our five year cruise. Well, I'm sure our forefathers would be proud to know that 700 years later we'd be... doing the exact same...” (continue)(continue reading)
“In space, anything is possible.”
“Why is it that we all speak in British accents, when we're from outer space where there's no Britain?”
“In space, all warriors are cold warriors.”
- Al Burnett: The Ambassador's coming. Space nut. Knows everything about Apollo 11.
- Ross "Mitch" Mitchell: Does he know where it is?
From the time of the first NASA mission, it was clear that outer space has a clear effect on the human psyche. Why, during the first Gemini mission, thought was actually given to sending up a man and a woman... together. A cosmic "Adam and Eve", if you will. Bound together by fate, situated on the most powerful rocket yet known to man. It's... (continue)(continue reading)
“- Donna Hayward: Do you think that if you were falling in space... that you would slow down after a while, or go faster and faster?
- Laura Palmer: Faster and faster. And for a long time you wouldn't feel anything. And then you'd burst into fire. Forever... And the angel's wouldn't help you. Because they've all gone away.”
“- Dr. Hans Reinhardt: Tonight, my friends, we stand on the brink of a feat unparalleled in space exploration. If the data on my returningprobe matches my computerized calculations, I will travel where no man has dared to go.
- Dr. Alex Durant: Into the black hole?
- Dr. Hans Reinhardt: In - thorough - and beyond!”
“- Dr. Norman Goodman: What the hell is it?
- Captain Harold C. Barnes: Whatever it is it seems to be what this bird was designed to do. Go out in the space and gather things like this up and bring it back.
- Dr. Norman Goodman: Yeah, but back from where?
- Dr. Harry Adams: Don't get too excited, Ted turn this thing over and it'll probably say ...” (continue)(continue reading)
“I want my house to be seen from space!”
“Space, says the introduction to the guide, is big. Really big. You just won't believe how vastly, hugely, mind bogglingly big it is. And so on.”