Tuesday, November 03, 2009
The International Space Consortium is seeking Astronauts. Who can be an astronaut? If you are a retired military officer, you can be a program manager and director of the colony you help put together. If you are a pilot, whether fighters or large transports, we can put you in space. If you are an engineer and want to get in on the cutting edge without the government red tape, this is where you want to be. If you are a bio-scientist and you know hydroponics or a farmer who is an expert at raising small livestock, you can help us grow food in space and on earth. If you are an expert at construction, you can help build the next round of space stations. If you are a scientist and are tired of competing to get your experiments on ISS Alpha, perhaps we can work something out. If you want to do mission control from orbit rather than from Houston, drop us an e-mail. If you run hotels, you can run one on a space station. If you teach, we will have students. The list is only limited by your imagination. E-mail us now at email@example.com
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- Name: Michael Bindner
- Location: Alexandria, Virginia, United States