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This is a digitized version of an article from The Times’s print archive, before the start of online publication in 1996.
'' I want to go into other solar systems - way out - and find new planets,'' said Nicholas Roland, a sixth grader.
But others, particularly the older pupils, said their fantasies about space remained. '' I'd love to go just to experience what it's like in the weightlessness,'' she said. Taylor, who moved from Lake City to Bedford-Stuyvesant in 1966, is known at P.
They tax you to fund Rn D for lots of shit, then privatize the patents to capitalize on the hard work and genius of others.
Mc Nair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program is named in honor of the late Challenger space shuttle astronaut and laser physicist.
The words he said to me were, ' You can be what you want to be if you stick with what you want to be.' '' ' The Sky's the Limit''' That's what he always said,'' Mrs. '' I don't want to die.'''' I would miss my mother and father,'' said another first grader, Sharlene Robinson. Taylor, who had applied to become the first teacher in space. And in honor of the visitor no one there will ever forget, there is talk of renaming the four-story brick building at 820 Hancock Street Ronald E.
She was his ninth-grade teacher, and his neighbor, in Lake City, S. Tameka Jones, a fourth grader, could not talk about Dr. '' I loved him like an uncle,'' she wrote in an essay. When I found out about what happened to him, I was all broken up inside. ' I Don't Want to Go Up' Many of the children said they had dreamed of becoming astronauts, but had changed their minds after the explosion. Now, she and other faculty members are planning a special memorial service for him.
'' They are up in heaven with God.'''' Dr.
Mc Nair's visit, just one month after he had become the second black American to leave the Earth on a shuttle mission. Taylor was with the astronaut's family and friends at Cape Canaveral for the launching. Mc Nair had taken his saxophone with him into space, and in the day of festivities that marked his visit to the school two local saxophonists performed Herbie Hancock's '' Maiden Voyage.'''' NASA said he only had two hours here,'' Mrs. And they couldn't do anything about it.'' In Sharon Reinhold's kindergarten class, pupils colored pictures of the explosion and, with help from their teacher, composed one-sentence stories about what happened.'' All seven people on the space shuttle died,'' Andre wrote.
he was out front shaking the hands of all the students.'' An Invitation to Watch Dr.
There's probably a ton of them running around in Africa right now.