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September 20, 2006

Email From Space!

by Peter @ 6:56 pm

Subject: Hello from Peter Diamandis, Welcome to Space!

Hi Anousheh-

Welcome to your ISS Home! Earth watched your beautiful launch on the Internet and TV. You looked great… all smiles the entire time!

Here’s my blog entry of your launch (how it looked from NASA TV).


My Dear Peter,

You were on my mind the entire time. I remembered our first meeting with you sitting across the table and passionately talking about goals of the X Prize foundation. I was enjoying watching you make a sales pitch with such a passion.

You had me sold from the first minute but your passion was contagious and I wanted you to finish telling your story. I arrived in the station a few hours ago and it feels like home. I have been making notes all along the launch and I will be posting a blog on the trip.

The launch was very smooth. The trip to the station felt long but it was worth it. I cannot keep my eyes off the windows. Earth is magnificent and peaceful from up here. You don’t see any of those awful things you hear on the news, from up here.

The Earth is so beautiful and if we could all see it this way I’m sure we would do everything in our power to preserve it. I truly hope that more and more people get to experience this trip first hand. But more than anyone else I hope that you will experience this trip soon, because I cannot think of a more deserving person….

with my best space wishes :)


  1. salam

    Comment by hi — September 20, 2006 @ 7:22 pm

  2. salam anooshe jan.hatman hala ke toye ooje arezoot hasti va be oon residi kheyli ehsase khbi dari ke ma dark nemikonim khosh be halet ke in shans ro dashti ke ghabl az marg ye bar az in donya rafti va be koochiki donya va bozorgie khoda pey bordi adam vaghti bemire har ghadr talash kone nemitone dobare be in donya bargarde va on moghe taze be fekre kar haei ke dar dorane omresh karde fekr mikone ama afsoos ke rahe bargasht nadare ama to onja hatman kheyli be azemate donya va khoda fekr mikoni to hala mitoni fekr koni be chand ta az vajebati ke khoda toye hamoon ghorani ke hamrahet bordi gofte amal nakardi dar sorati ke khoda bozorgtarin arezoye to ro bar avorde kard pas to kheyli be khoda bedehkari ama hanooz dir nashode to rahe bargash dari va mitoni jobrane 40 sale gozashte ro bekoni khoda montazerete ke bedehi sho bebi pas zood bash chon khoda ham zood arezoye to ro bar avarde kard.bye.

    Comment by sd — September 20, 2006 @ 7:22 pm

  3. Hello Anoushe,

    Very Amazing text,I enjoy your words,
    “The Earth is so beautiful and if we could all see it this way I’m sure we would do everything in our power to preserve it”
    Very poweful text,I love you anoushe!!!
    Cograts my dear


    Comment by Masume — September 20, 2006 @ 7:33 pm

  4. Dear Anousheh,

    Your flight is inspiring millions of people around the world. Your path is really shining others path who graduate college and pursue career and then to accomplish such a great task in different way. Believe me a lot’s of people very proud of you.

    Have a cool time on ISS!!!

    Comment by Orgo — September 20, 2006 @ 7:34 pm

  5. عزیزدلم ،انوشه گل، سلام ..من سارا از مشهد هستم ..تابحال خیلی برات نوشتم ولی نمیدونم چرا چاپ نمیشه !واسه همین گفتم فقط برات بنویسم :من به تو افتخار میکنم ..خیلی دوستت دارم ..آرزومیکنم بیشترباهم دوست بشیم …امیدوارم به سلامت به زمین برگردی ومطمئنم که بعدازین نگاهت به جهان متفاوت خواهد شد..عاشق لبخند سرشارازآرامشت هستم…منتظرتو

    Comment by سارا — September 20, 2006 @ 7:35 pm

  6. Congratulations Anousheh!

    More good looking for earth and safe return!

    All the best from Poland

    Comment by Maciej — September 20, 2006 @ 7:36 pm

  7. hi to my dearest anoushe
    I ‘m sara ,from mashhad
    I love you so much
    only this
    kiss you

    Comment by سارا — September 20, 2006 @ 7:39 pm

  8. Hi mrs anooshe
    salam anooshe khanoom
    haletoon khoobe?
    vaghean baese eftekhare ke mibinim shoma be chenin safari raftid
    pirooz bashid
    man navid hastam az iran
    bye and success

    Comment by Navid — September 20, 2006 @ 7:43 pm

  9. Anousheh,

    It was so interesting to watch the coverage of your preparation for launch…and the very permanent grin on your face! I am so happy for you.

    Tell us about the time before docking…is it as small in the capsule as it looks from the onboard camera? Can you stretch your legs at all?

    Tell us everything! I and the rest of your fellow XPF board members hope (and know) you will have a great time.


    Comment by Jack Bader — September 20, 2006 @ 7:44 pm

  10. انوشه عزيزم:
    اين دومين كامنت من در اينجاست نمي دونم وقتي به زمين اومديد وقت مي كنيد كامنتاتونو بخونيد يا نه؟ مطمئنا اون بالا كاراي مهمتري هست كه بهش بپردازيد .! ورود موفقيت آميزتون رو به ايستگاه فضايي تبريك مي گم اميدوارم سفرتون سراسر موفقيت آميز باشه
    چه خوبه كه از اون بالا زمين آرام و صلح آميز به نظر مي رسه
    تلاش در راه صلح جهاني يكي از آرزوهاي منه.
    هميشه دوست داشتم قدمي در اين راه بردارم ولي اميدي به موفقيت نداشتم
    شما اين اميد رو در دل من زنده كرديد
    شاد باشيد

    Comment by ياسی — September 20, 2006 @ 7:49 pm

  11. ِدرود

    بعد از 2 روز انتظار
    دیدن یک پست از طرف شما واقعا خوشحال کننده بود

    پیروز و سربلند باشید

    شنبه 5:13 صبح به وقت تهران شما را می بینیم

    Comment by بهنام — September 20, 2006 @ 7:55 pm

  12. Anousheh, thank you just to exist !!!! As a (tiny) supporter of the Xprize and as a space enthusiast I wish you all the very best !!! Words fail me to describe the temper, the strength, the imagination, the power, in one word the beauty that you simply radiates around. One can’t even be envious because knowing who You are You sure deserved every moment of the dream You’re living. You’re a hope and a relief to us all. Thanks again….

    Comment by Gianni — September 20, 2006 @ 7:59 pm

  13. salam khanoome Ansari
    az roozi ke khabare raftane shoma be faza ro shenidam ta be emrooz,tamame modat,har rooz be shoma fek mikonam va hame ja az shoma harf mizanam.har bar be internet miam,faghat miam soraghe webloge shoma va site hayee ke dar morede shoma neveshtan.bish az pish be faza alaghemand shodam va montazeram ke shoma bargardin be zamin va natijeye tahghighatetoon ro bebinam.tosifhaye shoma az zamin baes shode shogham baraye didane zamin az door chand barabar beshe.omidvaram in modat ke dar ISS hastin ro be behtarin shekli ke doost darid begzaroonid va salem va movafagh be zamin bargardin.

    Comment by Hasibaa az Rasht — September 20, 2006 @ 7:59 pm

  14. with best wishes for you and all of peoples in whole earth !…

    Comment by Saeed Mirahmadi — September 20, 2006 @ 8:04 pm

  15. Anousheh, congratulations! Your first words from space remind me of the words written by fellow space traveler and ASE member HRH Sultan bin Salman al-Saud:

    On the first day, we all pointed to our countries…
    On the third day, we all pointed to our continents….
    By the fifth day, we were aware of only one Earth…

    Safe Journey,


    Comment by Andy — September 20, 2006 @ 8:05 pm

  16. سلام
    با آرزوی موفقیت برای شما
    در پناه حق

    Comment by امین — September 20, 2006 @ 8:06 pm

  17. سلام انوشه خانوم انصاری
    ورود شما را به ایستگاه فضایی
    تبریک عرض میکنم اومیدوارم
    همه برنامه هاتون با موفقییت
    پیش بره براتون ارزوی سلامتی
    و شادکامی دارم
    خدا نگهدار

    Comment by ali — September 20, 2006 @ 8:07 pm

  18. Well Done!

    I just heared first time today about you, and exploring your great website for hours.

    We will try our best to preserve this earth as you looked from the sky.

    Please keep us updated.

    With Love

    Comment by Kamy — September 20, 2006 @ 8:09 pm

  19. Salam Anousheh,
    I am full of energy these days. Your words ignited my passion to make a world as a better place to live, and I do my best to do it.
    Have a safe journey!

    Comment by Amir — September 20, 2006 @ 8:14 pm

  20. it seems funny, but i see a day when i’m reading a book written by you. about your journey from beginning, from the day you dreamed of space to the day you reached the space. i like to know what it takes to go to space station. last year i didn’t even know anousheh ansari but now i can’t stop thinking about her. this is just a beginning

    Comment by ali — September 20, 2006 @ 8:14 pm

  21. This is Arash,a medical doctor from Iran.i wish you the best in the space.I hope after getting back from space you(as a representative of iranian people too) will dedicate the message of love and friendship of iranian people to the world despite the ideology of hatred which is being supported and expanded by some guys from inside iran.they are not the real represeantatives of iranian people in international scenes .you probably can realise who i do mean.

    Long live.


    Comment by Hi ANOUSHEH — September 20, 2006 @ 8:19 pm

  22. WoW, Fantastic.
    Now in the blog’s world, we can say that there was a post which is come from furest plase to the net.
    And also, it is fantastic that kind of log.
    anyway, Peter, Could you send this message that Anousheh will send a photo of Earth from her point of view, and then you post it on her logs.
    Best for her

    Comment by Soleiman — September 20, 2006 @ 8:20 pm

  23. It`s Babak From a HRD Expert from Iran. all of Persian wish you all the best thing espcially that you are out of earth. i hope U best & best.

    Kind regards,

    Comment by Babak — September 20, 2006 @ 8:28 pm

  24. Mr. Arash, maybe this is not the most suitable place… but thank you to exist, too.

    Comment by Gianni — September 20, 2006 @ 8:32 pm

  25. Hi anuosheh, im Sara and mail you from Iran.i enjoy your words.it is very exiting and attractive for all of the people in the world.i wish you the best in space.you are so uniqe!!!
    i love you so much…

    Comment by sara — September 20, 2006 @ 8:33 pm

  26. سلام.خوشحالم که به سلامت به ایستگاه رسیدین .این دوروز رو مشتاقانه منتظر خوندن اولین پست شما بودم.امیدوارم سرفرصت بیشتر برای ما زمینی ها از اون بالا بنویسید.سفرتون سلامت.

    Comment by مهرداد بیات — September 20, 2006 @ 8:34 pm

  27. wow. It looks great. We pray and pray for you to have the safest trip.

    Comment by Shadi Khodakhah — September 20, 2006 @ 8:35 pm

  28. این موفقیت را به شما صمیمانه تبریک می گویم
    امیدوارم همیشه سربلند باشید و از این سفر به یاد ماندنی به سلامت برگردید.

    Comment by Majid Aghajani — September 20, 2006 @ 8:44 pm

  29. انوشه خانم سلام
    از شروع سفر شما تا زمانی که به ایستگاه بین المللی رسیدید برای شما دعا کردم
    مخصوصا زمانی که شنیدم که مشکلاتی بوجود آمده
    اکنون بسیار مسرور و خوشحالم که با موفقیت به مقصد رسیده اید
    قلب همه ی ایرانیان برای شما میزند
    امیدوارم همیشه سالم و تندرست باشید
    شنبه ساعت 5 به وقت ایران شما را در آسمان نظاره میکنیم
    به امید دیدار شما در ایران
    دوستدار شما کامران از شیراز

    Comment by kamran behrouzian — September 20, 2006 @ 8:49 pm

  30. سلام انوشه!
    هیجان انگیزه که دارم برای اولین فضانورد زن تاریخ - که اتفاقا” هم وطن هم هست مینویسم. مطمئنم که دیدن زمین از اون بالا باید خیلی هیجان انگیز باشه. و افتخار میکنم که در این شرایط که متاسفانه اسم ایران در دنیا با خبر ها و ویژگیهای نه چندان مثبت associate شده تو جنبه مثبت قشنگی رو به این مجموعه اضافه میکنی.

    و لذت میبرم از اینکه میبینم مصداق قشنگی هستی از اینکه آنچه که بخواهیم امکان پذیره.

    از موفقیتت لذت ببر و سلامت برگرد

    Comment by Mazyar — September 20, 2006 @ 8:53 pm

  31. This is the first blogpost from space I’ve ever read! It was a great pleasure! Thanks! By the way, did you know you’ve beaten the famous blogger Robert Scoble on Wordpress in just a few weeks of blogging?! You’re probably the fastest-growing blogger! Congrats!

    Comment by Mehrdad — September 20, 2006 @ 9:13 pm

  32. salam.khosh halam avalin monadi solh dar faza aval yak irane va sapas yak zane irane ast.ba fazaieh solh va doste khosh amade.

    Comment by farrokh_mansurnia — September 20, 2006 @ 9:18 pm

  33. It’s a beautiful day !!!

    Dear Anousheh - I must confess, I’m addicted..
    Congratulations and I’m sure, you will enjoy every minute up there..

    BTW: I like your personal mission patch very much and have it now in my office.. I like the message.. I also have a set of high quality photo prints from you on the wall too and whenever I’m asked, I tell how a dream can come true.
    If I can manage it, I will try to come to Santa Cruz and hope to have a chance to meet you. Indeed, hoping someone might be interested in AMSAT-DL’s dream for the first private satellite mission to Mars.

    Peter from Germany

    Comment by Peter G. — September 20, 2006 @ 9:19 pm

  34. Hello Anousheh,

    their are so many good nice words about you, i just want to summaries it:

    1. you magnify millions of people in this world because of what you have done, and
    you magnify them in a good way.
    2. millions of people are proud of you.
    3. although you sad, that their is no politcal backgound on this trip, i am positiv that this could be one of the steps towards a more opened society in iran!
    4. people thank you because of you just being you, and this is really a goodfull thing.

    Just keep going like this, and help people across the world to see the “light”!

    Greetings from Germany,


    Comment by Igor Zubarev — September 20, 2006 @ 9:22 pm

  35. سلام از موفقيت شما بعنوان يك ايراني وطن دوست خوشحالم وبراي تمام كساني كه نام ايران عزيز را سر بلند مي كنند ارزوي مو فقيت وسربلندي دارم :ازموفقيت شما خانم انصاري خوشحالم خدا نگهدارتان محمد اخوان 29/6/85

    Comment by محمد اخوان — September 20, 2006 @ 9:30 pm

  36. Whe i was 20 i wanted to be a space-man.
    You have get yourself the best present you can.
    Look and remind all the time.


    Comment by Gilbertino — September 20, 2006 @ 9:30 pm

  37. Hello and congratukations from all your hometown fans here in North Texas! Keep an eye on things for us from up there! We look forward to seeing you again when your mission is complete,

    Bruce Lewis
    People Newspapers

    Comment by B-chan — September 20, 2006 @ 9:30 pm

  38. salam anousheye aziz
    omidvaram be anche ke mikhasti reside bashi
    kari ke to kardi na tanha yek eftekhare bozorg baraye jameeye irani bood belke baes shod 20 million javane irani be ayandeye khod behtar fekr konand va digar be ahdafe koochake roozmarre fekr nakonand
    be in fekr nakonand ke dirouz bar anha che gozashte balke be in fekr konand ke farda haman roozi ast ke ma ba arezoohaye khod misazim be in fekr konand ke har chand hadafhaye bozorg moshkelate bozorgi ra ham ba khod be hamrah darad vali nirooi dar khodeshan vojood darad ke mitavand an moshkelat ra be komaki baraye residan be hadafeshan taghiir dahad
    omidvaram ke hich kas dar residan be hadafsh naomid nashavand

    Comment by Hossein Nematollahi — September 20, 2006 @ 9:33 pm

  39. وقت بخیر خانم انصاری .وقتی از اون بالا دیدید خدا چی ساخته خوب به خاطر بسپارید که وقتی برگشتید این پایین هم چیزی شبیه به اون بسازید.موفق و پیروز باشید.هموطن شما سمانه

    Comment by samaneh — September 20, 2006 @ 9:38 pm

  40. Dear Anousheh:
    I just watched the news and heard that you had a safe journey and arrived in good shape at the ISS. I’m so happy for you. I too dream of going to space sometime. I have been following the news about you ever since I heard about the X-Prize.

    I am 17 years old, my mother is Iranian like you (my dad is Lebanese). I was born in Washington DC and now live in Belgium. I have been passionate about space forever, and participated in a NASA youth contest aimed at building a permanent human settlement in space. My paper won the NASA Grand Prize last April and they invited me over to meet astronauts and visit the Ames Research Center in CA. It was an unforgettable experience, like your current trip must be.

    You are an inspiration to many people like me. Your vision and determination are unbelievable.
    Have fun up there,

    Comment by Alexander — September 20, 2006 @ 9:46 pm

  41. انوشه جان با سلام
    امشب چهارمين شبي است كه به فضا رفته اي
    اميدوارم روزهاي اتي را با موفقيت پشت سر بگذاري
    تاريخ اين سرزمين همواره به تو افتخار خواهد كرد
    انشاالله به سلامت به زمين باز گردي

    Comment by مهدي — September 20, 2006 @ 9:47 pm

  42. May Allah give you more life and strenghth to guide the next Generation. Into the most POSITIVE Endeaver of LIFE to explore the limitless creations of God, the Almughty. Your each step ahead hereonwards is going to bring our whole Humanity into GOOD senses and close to each other. For us you are an icon of PEACE and INSOIRATION. CONGRATULATIONS.
    Your fans: feroz, shabnam, altamash, sara, and my all freids and relatives in India and Saudia.

    Comment by Dr Feroz Khan — September 20, 2006 @ 9:51 pm

  43. Hi Anousheh,

    Congratulations from Sweden! You are inspiring many people down here as well.

    I hope private initiatives will finally open up space to more people.


    Johan in Sweden

    Comment by Johan — September 20, 2006 @ 9:51 pm

  44. سلام به همه ي ايراني هاي عاشق ايران
    به همه ي اونهايي كه تلاش مي كنند ايران رو ايراني نشون بدهند و به دنيا بگويند ايراني اگر بخواهد مي تواند
    و سلامي دارم به همه ي آنهايي كه ميگويند ثروت عاشق ايران بايد براي ايراني خرج مي شد
    از آنها مي پرسم اگر خودشان 20 ميليون دلار داشتند با آن چه مي كردند
    آن را براي چند نفر خرج مي كردند
    براي هر تعدادي كه خرج مي كردند يا كمك 1 روز به آنها بود يا كمكي براي سالها زندگي خوب
    اگر براي 1 روزشان كمك مي كردند فردايي هم در راه بود
    پس بايد زندگي اندكي را سالها تامين مي كردند
    آنها چه طور انتخاب مي شدند
    فاميل دوست آشنا هم شهري
    آنها چه طور آن ثروت را خرج مي كردند چند نفرشان به فكر فرو مي رفتند
    چند نفرشان به آرزوي بزرگ داشتن فكر مي كرد
    به بزرگ انديشيدن و براي هدف بزرگ تلاش كردن
    اما كاري كه عاشق ايران كرد فكر ها را متحول كرد
    هدف ها را تغيير داد
    اميدها را زنده كرد و نام ايراني را بر زبانها جاري كرد

    Comment by حسين نعمت الهي — September 20, 2006 @ 9:54 pm

  45. Dear Anousheh,
    I am an Iranian telecom engineer living in VA. We are all so proud of you for what you have accomplished and we admire you that inspite of all the pressure, you still took the Iranian flag to ISS and proudly mentioned to be an Iranian. Message of peace is something beyond the borders. You have inspired so many women in Iran and all around the world. May god bless you & your family.


    Comment by Khatereh — September 20, 2006 @ 9:58 pm

  46. salam omidvaam movaffag bashe va chshme doshmanane iran kur .

    Comment by ali — September 20, 2006 @ 10:10 pm

  47. Dorood bi paian Iranzamin be Iran Doukht ANOUSHEH,

    I do not know how to start, I have being staring at my Spaceship model and thinking about you; it has been phenomenon to see what you’ve done. You have made your countrymen very proud. I am looking at my 7yr old daughter Artemis, and see you in her future. God bless you for your passion and will. Please kiss my planet Earth and tell her thank you for being a good mother and being the ONLY place in universe that could give us LIFE. Anousheh jan, enjoy your time in peace up in universe and thank you again.

    Happy living in SKIES,
    Behnam & Family, Houston, TEXAS

    Comment by Behnam , Ziba & Artemis — September 20, 2006 @ 10:18 pm

  48. Hello from down here…

    We should all be there with you by now. Most of us have The Dream and the brains to make it happen. The Human race needs to grow up and get out there. It does not make sence that we elect people that act like kids and teenagers.

    As you can see from your window, we all live under the same sky and same sun. If we were to put all the money allocated to killing and destroying this beautiful jewell to a real space exploration international program, together we can reach the stars.

    Enjoy this place of Peace away from it all.

    Comment by Ray — September 20, 2006 @ 10:20 pm

  49. salam be khanoome ansari
    omidvaram ke be arazeootoon resideh bashid
    mikhastam az shoma beporsam zamin az oon bala range solh dare ya range jang

    Comment by irani — September 20, 2006 @ 10:56 pm

  50. Hi there from a fellow Iranian man down back on earth, in Tehran :),

    First of all, a huge congratulations to you for all the hard work you have done to reach that point you are now, and I hope you’ll enjoy your all scientific mission, and I am eagerly waiting to see more of these from you and your hardworking family.

    I know you since I was following X-Prize and then you came and boosted the project so that encouraged people to make it happen.

    Since then I was watching you to see how you will finally get into space and this is it, you have reached this dream and I guess it is time to think of a new and bigger dream, and I am sure whatever it be, you will make it as well.

    I also want to use this position to reach you about another space related project, as my efforts to contact you or Mr. Ansari in the past monthes weren’t successfull. I am an small participant to Project SETI (you know, www.seti.org) and a few monthes ago all participants received a mail from Dr. Arthur C. Clarke (again you know him for sure) stating that the SETI needs donations (the total was below $800K I guess) to be able to continue the project. So I thought, your family with all that space ambitions and the money might be able to help them out, but my contacts with Prodea didn’t help as you were in the trainings in Moscow, and the support staff didn’t provide me any direct contact email address.

    So, I guess this comments might be read by a close relative of you, and if I am lucky, even by you, and you are the one who can help them, so please try to contact the SETI project to see if you can help or can raise donations for them.

    Sorry for such a huge comment, keep the good work, and it will be nice to read something back from you.

    Well done.


    Comment by Paymaan Jafari Taayemeh — September 20, 2006 @ 11:02 pm

  51. Outstanding! Anousheh, yours is an aspiring journey for all…my family and I are thrilled for you and feel honored that we can call you a friend. Enjoy your time, safe travels home. I refer to history to help address the leadership and initiative displayed with your efforts: “Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live life to the fullest.” ~ Henry David Thoreua

    Comment by Chris — September 20, 2006 @ 11:04 pm

  52. Anousheh,

    I’s like to take a minute and tell you how thankful I am, that there are people out there that Dream things up like the Ansari XPrize. I’m positive that because of that, Space travel will be a lot closer than people have dreamed of. I’m estatic to be alive during this time.

    I Wish you a safe trip, Enjoy it, Soak it in, and Keep every part of it. I’m positive it’s Money well spent. Your living the dream.

    Congrats from Guelph, ON Canada.

    Comment by Paul Heaney — September 20, 2006 @ 11:07 pm

  53. hi anoush

    ba dorod be shoma banui aval iran zamin ba in kari ke kardi hamero herat zade kardi va man be shoma eftekhar mikonam va tamame barnamai shomaro donbal mikonam va ba in kaert kheli chizaro be ma javona yad dadid va be gofete shoma hich talash bi natije nemimone

    dostar shoma moji

    Comment by moji — September 20, 2006 @ 11:16 pm

  54. salam garme man ro az shomale sarsabz az tarafe tamamie iranian bepazir.az samime ghalb barat aarezooye kamyabi mikonam.
    سلام گرم من رو از شمال سرسبز ايران از طرف تمام ايرانيان بپذير.از صميم قلب برات آرزوي كاميابي مي كنم.
    2:46 صبح به وقت تهران

    Comment by Mehdi — September 20, 2006 @ 11:19 pm

  55. Anousheh,

    I am so proud of you. Your dream is shared by millions. Savor every moment and never stop looking out that window. Take as many photos as you can, because before too long, you will be back home. I hope to see you soon back in Dallas, but please know that your journey is uniting people of all ages, genders, and nationalities and is making a difference. God bless you and safe travels.
    Farris Rookstool, III

    Comment by Farris Rookstool, III — September 20, 2006 @ 11:20 pm

  56. Dear Anousheh:

    I am sure humanity is proud that people like you exist. You are source of inspiration and a beutiful example of how excellent a human being can be.

    I am an airline pilot who never gets tired to enjoy the views of our planet from the air, I just can imagine how you are enjoying those views of our lovely Earth from space!

    Thank you for sharing your unique and wonderful experience and God bless you and your family.

    Best regards,
    Carlos from Mexico

    Comment by Carlos — September 20, 2006 @ 11:34 pm

  57. May your voyage continue to be as inspiting to all who look beyond Earth, as it has been to yourself.


    Comment by Frank Glover — September 20, 2006 @ 11:38 pm

  58. درود به یگانه دختر ایران زمین
    قطعا نام وچهره شما در تاریخ جهان ثبت خواهد شد
    شما باعث افتخار هر ایرانی هستید
    …ما را از خاطرات و توصیفات زیبای خود بی بهره نگذارید
    ..واکنون زمین به شما مینگرد
    ..و نیزذهن من پر از شماست
    .به امید سلامتی و موفقیتتان

    ازایران-مازندران- ساحل دریای کاسپین

    Comment by shahrooz — September 20, 2006 @ 11:42 pm

  59. Wow, how cool! Can you take some pictures of what it looks like inside the ISS and post them up here?

    Comment by Pete — September 20, 2006 @ 11:45 pm

  60. Dear Anousheh

    Congratulations on your wonderful achievement. Have a great and safe time on the ISS.

    You are an inspiration to all!


    Comment by Max — September 20, 2006 @ 11:48 pm

  61. Smiling spokesperson for space tourism boards ISS

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  62. Hi Anousheh

    I hope every thing is as you expected over there! I just want to say Hio and ask a simple question, when you look at the earth from sky, which point makes your heart beat more ?

    Sina from Australia

    Comment by sina — September 21, 2006 @ 12:00 am

  63. Dear Anousheh,

    Congrats from ANU, ACT Australia.

    I was telling my 9 year old daugther, how you have made a history. I am an environmental policy researcher and concerned about sustainability of our planet.

    Should you have similar concerns, or have any message from the space - how beautiful the Earth is! and to insist others to save the planet?

    Come home safe, and tell your mum the story!

    Happy and healthy living in the SKY

    Tapan Sarker, ANU, Canberra

    Comment by Tapan Sarker — September 21, 2006 @ 12:01 am

  64. hi
    I’m Mohsen.do you like to have a mental experience at space:
    I searched about human knowledge for 5 years.the result of my researches caused to the mathematical model that can describe the human’s beheaviours.based on this model I predict that our feeling from the critical poins of our life(very positive and very negative) can be controled better by our nervous system when we have a low feeling from our weight.in the other word “the feeling of our weight has the inversed relation with our ability to control our nervous reaction at the critical points of our life”.
    you can imagine some uncontrolled reactions that you had in your life at the space,and then try to find your ability to control your.I predict that you can control your reactions better than when you were in the earth.and this in because of your feeling from your weight.
    reactions more better than when you were in the earth.

    Comment by mohsen — September 21, 2006 @ 12:50 am

  65. با ارزوي سلامتي و موفقيت براي شما

    Comment by ramin — September 21, 2006 @ 12:51 am

  66. Hello Anousheh,

    I just wanted to congratulate you on achieving this milestone in your life! After reading your writings and hearing positive comments from those who know you well, I’m sure you will find/create many more dreams to follow!

    I have enjoyed reading the comments about your “passion” - especially those posted by Peter Diamandis. Although I have not had the pleasure to meet Mr. Diamandis personally, he is very familiar to me at the moment since I was fortunate enough to go weightless with Zero-G just a little over a week ago on a flight for educators. I personally know that what you are experiencing - for more than those incredibly short 20 second intervals we had on the Zero-G flight - is simply indescribable and exhilarating. I hope everyone will have the opportunity to experience that someday. I have decided that I will have to find a way to experience it again - and again - and again. I think I could very easily become addicted to it! I usually am not envious of people, but those who have had the incredible opportunity to stay weightless for days or even months, command just a bit of envy from me. (Even more than ever since I have had a small taste of weightlessness myself.)

    I am also thrilled that your goals correlate very closely with the goals in my personal “passion.” My passion is iSPACE (interactive, Science, sPace and Aeronautics Center for Education), an emerging science center and future home of a Challenger Learning Center. We are situated in a tri-state area where we have the potential to reach hundreds of thousands of kids as well as thousands of teachers who in turn have the potential to reach many more kids throughout their teaching careers. Sort of that multiplier effect as in the movie “Pay it Forward” and a teacher’s dream! Our mantra, “Our Vision is 2020:Our Mission is Now” demands that we have a clear vision of what we need to do at iSPACE and also serves as a reminder that we need to work as quickly and diligently as possible to excite and inspire young people to pursue STEM classes and careers. I agree with you that space exploration has the potential to be one of the greatest motivational topics to engage youngsters and is a phenomenal tool that will help us identify and solve long-term and global problems. I am living my dream by traveling with iSPACE on its journey to fruition in order to make a positive impact on the kids and educators in my community. As you can probably guess, I am passionate about my work. Therefore, I do understand how passionate people such as yourself, are driven to achieve their goals. If someone is not consumed with a passion, then they cannot even begin to comprehend the momentous occasion this flight is for you. I do - so once again I offer my sincere congratulations to you!

    I wish you the very best on your flight and also with all of the wonderful things that are sure to follow. You have heeded Christa McAuliffe’s plea to “Reach for the Stars” - I have a feeling you will be doing a lot more reaching throughout your life.


    Comment by Bev Ketron - iSPACE — September 21, 2006 @ 12:56 am

  67. Anousheh

    Congratulations on your successful arrival at the International Space Station. Your commitment and efforts are a great inspiration, and are yeilding a fruitful harvest for you and for the many people who are following your flight. I must admit to a bit of healthy envy, but like many, am very happy for you and share your joy.

    With greetings
    Steve from Illinois (USA)

    Comment by Steve from Illinois — September 21, 2006 @ 1:06 am

  68. Too Cool Anousheh! I can’t wait to read your blog when you return. I understand the Soyuz reentry is an E-ticket ride.

    Comment by James, Mountain View, CA — September 21, 2006 @ 1:12 am

  69. Wow. I can barely get out my front door, and there you are having the trip of a lifetime. How inspiring that is! How do you even absorb it all?

    Comment by hatgirl — September 21, 2006 @ 1:14 am

  70. test

    Comment by space — September 21, 2006 @ 1:21 am

  71. Dear Anousheh,

    When we flew together on G-FORCE One (ZERO GRAVITY B727) last year in Ft. Lauderdale, I was pleased to meet you and learn of your passion for space.

    Your flight to the ISS is remarkable. Thanks for showing us the way! I’m proud to have known you if only for short time. There are a lot of people around the world who know your on orbit experience will make the world a better place :-)

    Comment by Glen — September 21, 2006 @ 2:11 am

  72. Hello Anousheh,

    After a two day hiatus it’s good to finally hear from you again, and by the way congratulations for finally making it to the ISS. I’m sure i watched every NASA-TV broadcast there was and it was good to see you enjoying yourself so much ( i won’t deny that i was envious every step of the way :-) ). despite everything you know about space and space travel ( real and imagined ) i’m sure being up there is proving to be quite a revelation - and one heck of a sensory experience ( did i mention that i’m a bit jelous? ). Anyway i look forward to reading about your experiences, thoughts and feelings over the next week or so, so please feel free to write non-stop if you wish. Rest assured there will be plenty of us down here hanging on every word you write.

    By the way what was it like sleeping in Zero-G ( ok, micro gravity ) for the first time? I imagine it’s probably the best sleep one can ever get. That alone just might be worth going up there :-)


    Muinde JK

    Dallas TX

    Comment by Muinde Kithome — September 21, 2006 @ 2:18 am

  73. Hi Anousheh! You make my heart swell with pride for what you are doing to inspire all women to pursue their true dreams. I know you have touched my teenage girls - and they are very difficult to impress these days! I know you will enjoy every second of your trip and I hope to hear about it when you return. Eric sends his very best wishes!
    Toni Pratt

    Comment by Toni Pratt — September 21, 2006 @ 2:22 am

  74. I love the feeling you are giving me in reading your words, and especially how we are sharing it back on Earth on this blog amongst people from so many nations that supposedly are hostile toward one another. I only know that I like how this makes me feel, which is the true person inside most of us I know. That’s more important than anything, and what I tell my children. We’re all one as you have re-emphasized with your unique view. Thank you, Anousheh. Do not disappear, the world needs you.

    Comment by Mark in New York City — September 21, 2006 @ 2:43 am

  75. Congratulations to you Anousheh.

    It is a great accomplishment, to be sure. May your trip, you work, and your dedication be a beacon to all people of the ability to do so much, no matter what nation we come from, no matter what religion we believe, no matter our background, that we can all reach out to some day touch the stars.

    God bless, and have a safe trip and return home.

    Buffalo, NY (USA)

    Comment by Gregory A — September 21, 2006 @ 2:49 am

  76. Anousheh,
    Wow. That’s all I can say. You are an amazing woman. Very accomplished and nice to look at too. Congratulations and good luck with your new company.
    The world needs more people like you.
    Don from California

    Comment by Don From San Diego CA — September 21, 2006 @ 2:54 am

  77. Anousheh, nice to have your first spatial post.
    Have a wonderful stay up there.Meantime,try not to eat spaghetti!

    Comment by Eastern Kurd — September 21, 2006 @ 3:08 am

  78. wish u all the luck in your endevour…

    Comment by owen morales — September 21, 2006 @ 3:15 am

  79. salam anoushe
    man va hame ma iranian be shoma eftekhar mikonim
    omidvaram movaffegh va pirooz bashid

    Comment by azadeirani — September 21, 2006 @ 3:33 am

  80. سلامي گرم از خطه آذربايجان به شما و همه ايرانيان با وفا و با غيرت.مهم نيست مرد بود يا زن مهم اينست كه صادق بود و صادقانه زيست.قلب هر ايراني عاشق وطن براي شما و كار والايتان تپيد.افتخار ميكنم كه ايراني هستم و مسلمان.دعاي خير ايرانيان بدرقه راهتان.موفق باشيد

    Comment by Ali — September 21, 2006 @ 4:03 am

  81. hello mrs Ansari

    we are tracing your trip continuously and hope for pictures of evry thing that you are watching there.

    best regard

    Hadi Jalilzadeh

    Comment by Hadi Jalilzadeh — September 21, 2006 @ 4:06 am

  82. انوشه عزیز سلام- امیدوارم که این تجربه گرانقیمت اثرات خوبی هم بر تفکرات شما بگذاره. به هرحال کوچک دیدن کره زمین بر بلندنظری افراد اضافه میکنه. راستی یه سوال: اونجا فعلا همه چیز پاک. همه چیز بکره . واقعا از اینکه آدم توی یک دنیایی باشه که همه جایش پاکی و یک رنگیه چه احساسی پیدا میکنه؟ موفق باشی

    Comment by ali majdi — September 21, 2006 @ 4:10 am

  83. Dear Anousheh, we were full of joy watching the launch , as parents it is our ultimate hope that our girls grow up to be someone just like you. Have a safe journey back. Ardeshir,Afsaneh(Vancouver,Canada)

    Comment by ardeshir — September 21, 2006 @ 4:15 am

  84. Anousheh,

    Salam, I’d like to know, now that you are in orbit, how is the view of the stars different from the views we see from down here on earth? How much brighter are the stars, please describe all the differences that you see,

    Thanks a bunch, and have safe trip back home,

    Comment by farid — September 21, 2006 @ 4:28 am

  85. Dearest Anousheh,
    I knew of you before all this started. You are the wonderful person whom sponsored so many children through Child Foundation. My husband & I have been volunteering for CF for years now & I hope to be able to meet you closely as you are my idol.
    I know every organization is knocking on your door, but I hope that in the near future you will accept to support CF’s new Los Angeles Chapter.
    I just can not imagine how your sponsored children in Iran would feel if they knew who you were.
    I hope you realize that you have created many new dreams for women, especially Middle Eastern women. I can not wait to see what wonderful challenges you will take on with the power that comes with this new recognition.
    I wish you a safe & joyful journey home & hope to hear from you.

    Fariba Asgari

    Comment by Fariba Asgari — September 21, 2006 @ 4:29 am

  86. Hello again Mrs Anoushe Ansari,
    Your journey has had us to think more about the space and have more dreams for that.I’m so excited by your journey that can hardly sleep inspite of being so much tired.You have disturbed my life but this excitement worths it.I wish more people would be like you so we can taste truely the meaning of life.

    This is undoubtedly a turning point in your life.From now on many ones specially many iranians are eager to follow your life.They are eager to know about your next projects and activities.

    When you come back home,your journey must have been like a dream for you and you must be willing to exprience it again may be to a more far away place out there in the unlimited space.But some what far?May be to another galaxy?I’m fully eager to know about your next desires and aims.

    I hope you take exact look of any details.There are few ones who have had what you are expriencing.You might see something they didn’t noticed before.Record these invaluble moments in your mind and heart and through medias.

    I hope you and your family more and more success in life,
    Thank you for sharing your dream with us,
    Be omide to ey yegaane jaavidan,

    Comment by Ali E. — September 21, 2006 @ 4:31 am

  87. Anousheh you are an amazing inspiration and I can’t wait to see the photos you take! You are truly living the dream and opening possibilities for us all back here on Earth 1.0! Best of luck and fair space winds!

    Comment by Ryan Kobrick — September 21, 2006 @ 4:47 am

  88. سلام خانم انصاری من هم مثل دیگران موفقیت شما را تا این لحظه صمیمانه تبریک میگم
    اخبار شما را در این چند روز با هیجانی که در طپش قلبم احساس میکردم پیگیری کردم و می کنم
    مطمئنا اسم شما در تاریخ ثبت خواهد شد اما من اعتقاد دارم عناوینی مثل “اولین توریست فضایی زن “در مقابل افتخاراتی که در آینده بدست خواهید آورد جزو کارهای کوچک شما نوشته خواهد شد
    لذت نیل به مقصود بر ذهن خلاق وشایسته شما گوارا باد

    Comment by SAEED — September 21, 2006 @ 4:55 am

  89. Welcome to ISS persianstar ;)

    Comment by Akbar Nemati — September 21, 2006 @ 5:05 am

  90. I watched the hatch opening last night (L.A. time), I was so moved by seeing you there, it was as if I could feel what you were feeling. It’s strange for me to be following so closely somebody else’s accomplishments and having such strong feelings about it, it’s not like me. But I can feel this is something so important for me and everybody in the world, people still don’t realize how much SpaceShipOne’s flight and your flight mean, It’s a pitty that so many people are not enjoying this new milestone to which your are contributing so much and are in big part responsible for. I know very soon the whole world will be talking about this new possibility of going to space! I’m so happy for you and for myself because I know now the door to space is open for all of us and all thanks to people like you who don’t fear anything, never doubt themselves and just go for it!! Thank you Anousheh, thanks for ever! I can’t wait for my flight to happen!
    Maria Entraigues (at Los Angeles)

    Comment by Maria Entraigues — September 21, 2006 @ 5:18 am

  91. موفق باشي راستي اون بالا ها مامان منو نديدي؟

    Comment by gholi — September 21, 2006 @ 5:26 am

  92. Hi Anousheh,

    I’ve been following your activities since you left TTI (those were great times) and your brief stint at Sonus. I can’t tell you how thankful I am to have worked with you and Hamid.

    What you’ve accomplished these last couple of years staring with X Prize and now spending time at ISS is nothing short of amazing and very awe-inspiring in that you’re living your dream as we speak. You continue to inspire a great many people and are truly paving the way for future ‘tourist’ space travellers. I looked at the stars this evening and thought of you, there living your dream…WAY TO GO!!! God Bless and I hope your stay at ISS is more than everything you’ve imagined it would be.

    Best Wishes and Safe Returns,

    Comment by Vonda — September 21, 2006 @ 5:48 am

  93. Ms.A.Ansari,
    Congratulations!,and the first real cyberblogger.

    Comment by jack — September 21, 2006 @ 5:52 am

  94. Dear Anousheh Khaanom,

    I would begin by wishing you a happy stay in Intl. Space Station and a safe return home.

    I understand that you wish to translate a book to Parsi. My wife and I are professional in this task and would be more than happy to fullfill your wish! Please do not hesitate to contact me whenever convenient.

    All the best,

    Nader Sadighi

    Comment by Nader Sadighi — September 21, 2006 @ 5:54 am

  95. سلام
    بدست آوردن این موقعیت عالی و موفقیت آمیزرا به شما تبریک میگویم . امیدوارم این سفر پر هیجان و خاطره انگیز و به یاد ماندنی خوش بگذره و بیصبرانه منتظر بازگشتتان به زمین هستیم .دوست دارم شرح کاملی حتی از جزئیات را در طول سفر به زبان فارسی از شما بشنویم . یقینا” افراد زیادی از سراسر زمین به طرق مختلف با شما ارتباط دارن و این بدان معنی است که فرصت پاسخگوئی به همه این دوستان را نخواهی داشت .با این همه اگر تصمیم داشتید به تعدادی جواب بدهید بسیار خوشحال خواهم شد این افتخار نصیب ما نیز گردد . قربان شما

    Comment by toofan — September 21, 2006 @ 6:08 am

  96. خانم انوشه انصاري
    عملكرد شما به مثابه اولين شكست هسته اتم مغزها و فكرها را متحول و مردم جهان را مات و مبهوت كرد و اين نظريه امروزي كه هميشه يك فكر و ايده نو وجود دارد را تداوم بخشيد به عنوان يك مرد شمارا تحسين مي كنم تمام عكس هاي شما را در منزل داريم فقط عكس خانوادگي شما را با همسرتان مي خواهم.
    با تشكر رويا و فرهاد
    بندرعباس - ايران

    Comment by فرهاد — September 21, 2006 @ 6:12 am

  97. Hi Anousheh, congratulations. Your description of our world in very crisp and natural, Yes, I hope we will do our best to preserve it… hope all of us can also experience to see the earth in space… =)

    Hope to see you back well, and share us more of your experiences…


    Comment by dops — September 21, 2006 @ 6:22 am

  98. Hi,dear Ms. Ansari
    I just wanted `ta send my special regards & love from Tehran,Iran! and confess that u make me pride because u did what many of youth like me & hundreds like me have dream of…
    as a human,as a persian,specially as a woman 4 the 1st time that I watch your launch from TV,I cried…
    Send my love to Earth,our home

    Comment by Farzaneh — September 21, 2006 @ 6:26 am

  99. Dear Anousheh,

    My name is Nadir, I’m from Istanbul,Turkey.
    Now, I’m watching you live at ISS via NasaTv.
    Congratulations to you for your this great job.
    Have a nice week at ISS, I will be watching your mission on NasaTv.

    Salam from Turkey…
    Nadir Dogan

    Comment by Nadir Dogan — September 21, 2006 @ 6:36 am

  100. alors, nounoush jaan,

    “la terre, est-elle bleue comme une orange?”


    Comment by dordaneh roohani — September 21, 2006 @ 6:36 am

  101. Congratulations too from the UK. I believe it is coming to an an end very soon and hope you keep smiling and enjoy the last few hours.

    I’m sure your enthusiasm will be infectious when you get back to earth.

    Comment by Doris — September 21, 2006 @ 6:36 am

  102. Hello from Finland. I’m looking and waiting for Atlantis re-entry( whhich is happening in few hours) at NASA TV Public channel live coverage and I just saw you at maybe wriring this blog or emails :D

    Comment by Pasi Kotokoski — September 21, 2006 @ 6:44 am

  103. Dear Anousheh

    Watched the launch and dock and at the moment watching you type away at the keyboard so i thought i’d give it a go to say hi, well done and how wonderfull you and your familly must be feeling as not everyone actually has a childhood dream come true, so well done and congrates you brave astronaught.
    We have been running a blog of our own over the past couple of weeks and over 3,000 has taken part so i am passing on this message on behalf of all those who have been gripped by the past two weeks adventures.
    Finally good luck today to Atlantis
    Congrats again,
    Manchester uk

    Comment by Ged — September 21, 2006 @ 6:44 am

  104. Hi dear anousheh
    az vancouver,canada e-mail mizanam.
    great mission!i wish you lots of joys in the space.
    we,Iranian women are proud of you.you did it!
    thank you and best wishes.

    Comment by farnaz — September 21, 2006 @ 6:56 am


    (to mano be yade doran kodakim andakhti chon hamish ba arezoy safar b setaregan va faza b asemon negah mikardam , to b hame javonha yad dadi k agar ashegh bashim mitonim b hadafemon beresim, afarin b to. agar baram az faza javab bedi vagean khoshhal misha)


    Comment by Firouzeh — September 21, 2006 @ 7:22 am

  106. Dear Anousheh:
    everyone saw you yesterday entering the ISS with your beautiful smile and your beautiful Ansari X-prize hat!:)
    I don’t know why,but I think that I’ve known you since many years ago!
    Send more E-mails and tell us about your feelings,we want to know them!

    Comment by Niloofar — September 21, 2006 @ 7:24 am

  107. Hello Anousheh!!

    Congratulations for your trip!! It’s very nice!!

    Best regards

    Jean-Christophe, from Switzerland

    Comment by Jean-Christophe Maret — September 21, 2006 @ 7:26 am

  108. Dear Anousheh:
    I would have never imagined that one day I will write to you via email while you are in space I remember writing letters to you when we were children!!!! I used to look at the sky and wished upon a star and longing to be with my friends back home and now I am writing to you while you are with the stars WOW!! this is incredible.
    The sky is the limit and dreams can certainly come true as children we all have dreams and goals and you are an inspiration to us all.
    Wishing you and your crew a safe trip back to earth.

    Comment by natalie siman — September 21, 2006 @ 7:30 am

  109. khanoom Anusheh Ansari salam.
    omidvaram ke haletoon dar jaei ke hamaie ma doostdarim oonja bashim khoob bashe.
    shoma yekbare dige neshoon dadin ke irani jamaat mitoone bejaei berese ke tamam donya hasratesh o bekhoran .
    omidvaram ke shoma ra dar iran bebinam .
    be omid movafaghiat bishtar shoma.

    Comment by Aref — September 21, 2006 @ 7:33 am

  110. salam anoushe jan! omidvaram be salamat baz gardi . kheyli khoshhalam ke movafagh shodi be faza beravi . montazere bazgashte shoma hastam .

    Comment by faeze — September 21, 2006 @ 7:44 am

  111. !salam anosheh azizam !
    vaghean khoshhalam ke mibinam yek khanom (irani) intor tonestan pishraft dashte bahsan va neshon bedan ke iraniya dar harjaye in kore khake bashan movafagh va sarafrazan va baes eftekharan!
    man shakhsan kheyle doseton daram ino az samim ghalb migam!!!
    hamishe baraton arezoye movafaghiyat mikonam.
    dostareto:azadeh akbari ,17 sale , az iran esfahan

    Comment by azadeh — September 21, 2006 @ 7:46 am

  112. Dear Anousheh,

    Hope you enjoy your trip.
    You are not Iranian, you are not American. You are from Earth.
    Many thanks for your note about preserving earth and peace.

    Masoud from Earth

    Comment by mane — September 21, 2006 @ 7:55 am

  113. Dear mrs anooshe
    firstly congratulations for your great success
    mrs ansari i have big problems in my life and you are the only one can help me,believe it or not befor writing this letter i went to EMAM REZA SHRINE and asked him to help me that you answer me and let me contact with you,please help me and let me contact with you…just for emam reza,just think that i m your smaller brother from mashad,i hope that now that you are in space ,god helps me ,be sure i really need your assistance,i hope emam reza do es what i reallly cried and asked him,thank you

    mohammad from mashad

    Comment by just for EMAM REZA read it — September 21, 2006 @ 7:55 am

  114. Dear Anousheh,
    I can’t describe the feeling I had while reading your bogs, I can’t wait to read your notes and maybe book about your experience. Anousheh you are my personal hero. In another words; YOU ROCK :)
    Not only you reached your childhood dream, but also you gave us hope, that the said impossible can be made possible keep on believing in yourself and you capabilities.
    Wishing you a safe trip
    Enjoy it, because you deserve it

    Much Love


    Comment by Shila.T — September 21, 2006 @ 7:56 am

  115. My Dear Anoushe,
    how are you there!? you can see this little world from space.
    thats great you went from this world and watch it from there.
    cograntulations really.you are a real Iranian.you tried to catch your dream and God gave it to you.you deserve for it.
    if you send me an email!,I will die for it! :D

    Best Regards and wishes and …
    M.Hossein Eftekhari
    I.T engineer

    Comment by Hossein — September 21, 2006 @ 7:56 am

  116. Hi Anoush,
    first of all congratulations for your launch, I really cannot imagine how beautiful is Earth from so high there.
    Enjoy your staying and please collect as many photo’s as you can…those will be gorgeous when shown in twenty years ahead from now to posterity ;-)
    I’m one of the many of our organisation who is doing his best to allow so many italian guys to fly into Space in the very near future.

    (You’re)High; running wild among all the stars above. (James Blunt, High)

    All The Best and have a safe flight back home
    Matteo from SpaceAdventures.it

    Comment by Matteo — September 21, 2006 @ 7:59 am

  117. سلام انوشه جان. همت اراده و عزم راسخت را تبريك ميگم . نمونه اي بارز از يك انسان خستگي ناپذير و اميدوار هستي . من هم از بچهگي آرزوهايي در دل و سر داشته و دارم. تنها آرزوي من صلح و آشتي و پايان اين جنگهاي وحشتناك است كه هر روز و شب اشك من را در مي آورد نمي دانم روزي من هم مثل تو به آرزويم مي رسم. خيلي دوستت دارم و از دور ميبوسمت. منتظر برگشتنت هستم.

    Comment by sedi — September 21, 2006 @ 8:05 am

  118. Dear Anousheh
    My family and I are proud of you. I follow news about you and your space travel and we hope to see ISS at saturday’s morning in iran’s sky. My doughter took a photo for you; please prepare a facility for sending pictures to you. we love you and your nice happy face. Be success and God bless you.
    With regards
    Nazila Tamanna

    Comment by Nazila Tamanna — September 21, 2006 @ 8:07 am

  119. salaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaam , kheili kheili khoshhalam ke dobare neveshtehaie khodetoon ro mikhoonam!!!!man kheili shoma ro doOst daram va mesle shoma ashegh faza hastam , va arezooie ghalbim ine ke shoma be salamat az ISS bargardid!!!!
    doostare vagheie shoma Ali ,

    Comment by Ali — September 21, 2006 @ 8:07 am

  120. Hello ,miss anoushe.when I listen that news about you I thongh it’s false.now i think you are victory.i read your life story and put in my website,i think when you leave iran the best idea to do is go to america and you do it ,((((تو افتخار ایران هستی)))

    Comment by Arman — September 21, 2006 @ 8:07 am

  121. با سلام خدمت خانم انصاري
    با عرض تبريك خدمت جنابعالي
    درصورت امكان يك نشاني از كشورمان ايران
    مثلا يك پرچم - ياهرچيزي كه فكر مي كنيد مناسب باشه
    اون بالاها قرار بدين
    ضمنا ديشب 20سپتامبر فيلم شما را كه با خانواده تان
    صحبت ميكرديد را از شبكه صداي آمريكا ديدم
    وخيلي مهيج بود.
    انشااله به سلامت برگردي
    منتظر خبرهاي موفقيت هاي بعدي شما هستيم
    كاظم خفائي - تهران

    Comment by Khafaei — September 21, 2006 @ 8:08 am

  122. salam salam setareh
    oon bala hava chetore
    ba arezooye movafaghiat


    Comment by mojtaba — September 21, 2006 @ 8:09 am

  123. Dear Anousheh hi,
    conguraduation you are brave and single focused woman .
    We rarely see such women out there. I hope you gain wonderful experiences up there. We look up to you dear . Since you left whenever I look up to sky I see your beautiful and bright face in the sky and wish the best .
    You changed our point of veiw and for that reason I admire you for the rest of my life whoever does tiny think for humanity I respect .
    At last we are proud of you as a great lady .Please keep us posted.
    be omide fardayee roshan

    Comment by taraneh — September 21, 2006 @ 8:10 am

  124. Anoushe jan,

    Ma irooniha be shoma eftekhar mikonim. We’re really really proud.
    Have a great day and all the best.

    Comment by Ramin — September 21, 2006 @ 8:11 am

  125. salam,man montaghede shoma hastam!!!omidvaram inghadr shoja’at dashte bashin ke enteghade man ham bezarid!!!mesle shoja’ati ke be faza raftid!!

    Comment by Azad — September 21, 2006 @ 8:11 am

  126. سلام
    از طرف ما هم با آدم فضاييها باي باي كن
    موفق باشي

    Comment by sadegh.sm — September 21, 2006 @ 8:13 am

  127. Hello my dear.I don’t know what to say.But I want to say that I’m really happy for you,because you accomplished your dream.I love you because of your perseverance, I love you because of your trust in GOD, I love you because of your courage… At last I want to say that I hope to be happy in all your life.

    Comment by M.Javad Mohiti — September 21, 2006 @ 8:14 am

  128. sarkar khanoom Anooshe Ansari,ba salam, khabar safar shoma be faza har Irani az jomle mara besiar khoshhal kard.omidvaram salamat bashi va be zamin bargardi va dar barnamehay khod movaffagh bashi.

    Comment by mohsen rezazadeh — September 21, 2006 @ 8:27 am


    Comment by Gregory Francisco — September 21, 2006 @ 8:31 am

  130. hi mrs anousheh
    I’m happy for your successfull space travel . I’m sory I can’t write english well. I hope you enjoy this work . I wait that you come back safe to earth . bye

    Comment by toofan — September 21, 2006 @ 8:34 am

  131. سلام خانوم انصاری موفقیت شما را تبریک عرض میکنم شما باعث سر بلندی ایران وایرانی هستید و تمام لحظه های زندگی برای شما ارزوی توفیق دارم من یک منجم اماتور هستم که عاشق فضا و فعالیتهای فضایی هستم دوستار شما ستار عبدالله زاده از ایران شهر تبریز

    Comment by ستار — September 21, 2006 @ 8:34 am

  132. dear mrs anousheh this is a young girl from iran
    i want u to see whole space instead of every imean every person who u never seen befor but really love u now
    last moment i thought that i lost my dream but now u become a sign for me to find it and get happy
    i hope no war happen in here and every iranian peoeple feel their dream like u

    Comment by eliza — September 21, 2006 @ 8:35 am


    Comment by Gregory Francisco — September 21, 2006 @ 8:49 am

  134. Mrs Ansari hi ,
    please accept out regards from the earth .How does it feel up there in the sky? all I can say right now from iran tehran this part of the small earth that you re watching from that spot is love you take care

    Comment by taraneh — September 21, 2006 @ 8:53 am

  135. انوشه‌ی عزیز و پر شهامت
    کاری کردی کارستان و افتخاری بزرگ برای مردم ایران آفریدی
    انوشه‌ی عزیز سال‌ها قبل خواب دیدم که تو سوار اسب سفیدی به آسمان پرواز کردی
    همان وقت آن را برای تو و آقای انصاری تعریف کردم و حالا هرچه بیشتر از آن خواب حیرت می‌کنم
    نه من که یک زمین پر از انسان‌ها منتظرت هستند
    به امید دیدارت لحظه شماری می‌کنیم
    همت‌ات همیشه بلند باد
    علی ضرابی

    Comment by Ali Zarrabi — September 21, 2006 @ 8:54 am

  136. Congratulations Anousheh,
    I am so happy for you to live a dream that I have had
    all of my life. I have started the Mercury7 Science Center
    here in South Carolina, it is a mobile science and technology
    exhibit to inspire young children to want to do the things you are doing now. I hope when you get back you can contact us
    through our Mercury7.com website so we can get some of your photos you are taking up there for the kids to see.

    Comment by Scott Bass — September 21, 2006 @ 8:56 am

  137. Hi Anouseh

    Lots of us are following your adventure through your blog and the NASA website.

    I have so much admiration for you and I wish you a wonderful trip.

    Kind regards

    Comment by Lucy — September 21, 2006 @ 8:59 am

  138. سلام انوشه….ببخشید که خیلی غیر رسمی دارم صحبت میکنم….چون اونقدر احساس غرور میکنم که نمیتونم اون رو تو قالب کلمات خشک و رسمی ادا کنم.

    نمیدونم میون اینهمه کامنت و ابراز علاقه و نظر آیا حرفای من رو هم میشنوی یا نه…..ولی بازم واسم جای خوشحالی که تونستم یه کلمه ….حتی به اندزه یک سلام باهات صحبت کنم. نمیدونم و نخواهم دونست که تو اون بالا چه حسی داری و چه احساس نزدیکی به خدا میکنی….ولی میدونم که اون رو با هیچ چیز تو دنیا عوض نمیکین….لیکن برای تو دیگه دنیا اینقدر کوچیک و حقیر که حاضر نمیشی واسه چیزی قیمت و ….تعیین کنی. چون دیگه به کوچیکی دنیا و بزرگی خدا پی بردی..حتما دلت خیلی پاک بوده که تونستی به این مقام ومرتبه برسی. دلم میخواست منم میتونستم فقط به اندازه سر سوزن اون خوشحالی وجودت رو درک کنم.

    تو 40 سال این هدف رو و نه آرزو- نمیگم آرزو چون انسان واسه رسیدن به آرزو فقط منتظر معجزه میمونه ولی واسه رسیدن به هدف تلاش میکنه- فکر کردی و بالاخره تونستی بهش جامه عمل بپوشونی.

    تو مملکتی که 2500 سال تاریخ داره…تو…فقط تو….فقط فقط تو…اولین کسی هستی که خواست و تونست خودش رو به اون ور دل فضا لایتناهی برسونه.

    حالا که به بزرگترین هدف رسیدی…مطمئن باش پیش خدا خیلی عزیزی…پس دعا ما هم بتونیم به اهدافمون برسیم….البته قبل از اون دعا کن که خدا به هممون اراده ی قوی و ایمان مستحکم بده تا بتونیم به عنوان ذره کوچیکی به خلق خدمت بکنیم و برای مردممون افتخار بیافرینیم.

    نمیدونم خیال ایران اومدن داری یا نه؟ ولی بدون چه بخواهی و چه نخواهی…تو قلب میلیونها ایرانی حشن و سروری به بلندای تاریخ به پا کردی.

    هر کاری میکنم دیگه بیشتر از این نمیتونم احساسم و فکرم رو تو قالب حروف ابراز کنم.ولی میدونم تو اینقدر دیدت و فکرت بزرگه که ناگفته ها رو هم درک میکنی.

    آرزومند آرزوهات هستم.
    دوستدار تو
    من نه! بلکه همه ایرانیان

    ( مسعود )

    Comment by مسعود — September 21, 2006 @ 9:04 am

  139. سلام خانم انصاري
    بعضي ها ميگويند شانس بزرگي به شما روي آورده كه به فضا رفتي. ولي مهمتر از شانس تلاش و همت خود انسان است. نام شمه در تاريخ ثبت شد و اين افتخار بزرگي است براي شما و ايران زيبا. ايران و ايراني مديون شما و امثال شما خواهد بود.شما بياري خدا به آرزوي بزرگي دست يافتي ولي ما شما هموطن عزيز را از نزديك خواهيم ديد؟. كاش من هم افتخار همكاري شما را داشتم. منتظريم كه به سلامت برگردي. همه ايران به شما دعا ميكند.خدا به همراهت.

    Comment by Ahmad — September 21, 2006 @ 9:04 am

  140. سلام انوشه جان
    وردت را به ايستگاه فضايي تيريك مي گويم.
    اميدوارم كه در آنجا آرزوهايت برآورده شود.
    برايت آرزوي موفقيت ميكنم.

    Comment by HASSAN — September 21, 2006 @ 9:04 am

  141. اينجا ايران است، صداي من! اين گربه رو كه ميشناسين! اون پايين رو ببين. زير دمش.. منو مي توني ببيني. من و تمام هم نسل هام. خيلي حرف دارم براتون.. من و هم نسلهاي من رو مي فهميد؟ بابت اين موضوع بين ما يه دلخوري بزرگ پيش اومده! من مدافع 100% شما هستم اما اونا اعتقاد دارن براي اينكه براي ايران بخواين كار كنين كارهاي ديگه اي هم ميشد با اين پول كرد. من اهميت نميدم. الان دارم فيلم سفرتون رو مي بينم. كي به سوالهاي ما جواب ميدين خانم انصاري؟! من عين يه دختربچه ي كوچولو منتظرم برگردين تا جواب اين سوالها رو بدين.. مرسي

    Comment by من — September 21, 2006 @ 9:31 am

  142. سلام خانم انوشه
    امیدوارم که تا بحال سفرتان بخوشی گذشته باشد کمی هم به فارسی بنویسید تا ما هم از روند کاراتون دقیق بدونیم ضمنا اگر شما ایران بودید مطمن باشید هیچگاه به ارزوتون نمرسیدید
    با ارزوی سلامتی برای شما
    امیر از اصفهان

    Comment by امیر — September 21, 2006 @ 9:33 am

  143. سلام
    خانم انوشه انصاری
    بهترین و صمیمانه ترین تبریکات ما رابه خاطر جرات و شجاعت و انتخاب جالبتان بپذیرید.
    من و دوستم حسین همه وقایع سفر شما را دنبال کردیم.
    باز هم بعنوان یک ایرانی به شما تبریک میگویم.
    واقعا نمی توانم احساس شما را در حین این سفر درک کنم ولی مطمئنم جدا از انچه در این وبلاگ نوشتید- در راستای مسائل اعتقادی خودتان به چیز های جدیدی رسیدید که لمس ان از روی این کره خاکی بسیار دشوارتر است.تا انچه در ان محل دیده میشود.
    بسیار از این واقعه خوشحالم و علاقه مندم که اگر روزی اقدام به نوشتن مسایل ماورای مادی و ظاهری کردید- انرا مطالعه کنم.
    از دیدن عکس شما در ایستگاه بین المللی شاد و از مشاهده علامت صلیب بر دیواره ایستگاه- از مظلومیت مسیح(ع) متاثر شدم.شما را به خدا میسپارم.

    مجتبی - یزد

    Comment by مجتبی — September 21, 2006 @ 9:40 am

    ورودت را به ايستگاه فضايي تبريك مي گويم.
    شاد باشي.

    Comment by HASSAN — September 21, 2006 @ 9:42 am

  145. salam
    khanome anousheh
    omidvaram daste emam reza poshto panahat bashe !
    damet garm…
    pooze har chi marde tarsoo bood zadi…
    kare khafani kardi..
    karestoon bood.
    bi khial..
    bye !

    Comment by hossein — September 21, 2006 @ 9:46 am

  146. salam anoushe
    omidvaram hamvareh in ghoneh khandan va shad bashi
    az khateratat dar chand roze eghamat dar ISS ra benvis
    az inke parchame IRAN ra bar dast zadeh body besyar khoshhalam
    va be to be onvane yek irani eftekhar mikonam
    be omid movafaghyat rozafzonetan

    Comment by amir — September 21, 2006 @ 9:51 am

  147. Dear Anousheh Khaanom,

    Good news from the stars : a self woman made in space.
    Congratulations ! Thank you very much to making us dream !
    Say Hello to the Earth, for me
    Safe returns.
    I wish you a very nice travel
    All the best for you, your family and your friends

    Pascal Tosi from France

    Comment by Pascal Tosi — September 21, 2006 @ 10:17 am

  148. Salam,
    Khanoome Ansari ,name shoma hamanande digar iraniani ke dar jahan esmeshan javid ast , javidan baad.
    Movafagh bashid

    Comment by Mehdi — September 21, 2006 @ 10:21 am

  149. Yaaaay! You have landed safely.

    It is a beautiful sunny day here in the UK - I hope your day ahead is perfect :-)

    Comment by Doris — September 21, 2006 @ 10:23 am

  150. anoushe aziz hamvatane irani omidvaram hamishe movafagh va piruz bashid

    Comment by neda — September 21, 2006 @ 10:24 am

  151. dear anousheh i wish you have an interesting trip and return safe to home

    Comment by neda — September 21, 2006 @ 10:35 am

  152. You are so right when you mention that we, the habitants of planet Earth, have to preserve, care and protect this seemingly fragile place by all costs.

    How come the most “intelligent” life on Earth is also the most fighting and destroying beings?

    I hope you will have a good experience and a safe trip back to your fellow habitants of Earth!

    Comment by Jacob Kamp Hansen — September 21, 2006 @ 10:42 am

  153. Hallo Dear Anousheh

    Now i’m writing you this comment, Atlantis have stopped at the end of the band ,And the supplyment cars try to get closer to this hot spaceshuttle. Atlantis returns safely.

    You’re in ISS and i’m just watching that on NASATV.
    Wie ist los,Anousheh…?

    Auf wiedersehen!

    Comment by Rafi — September 21, 2006 @ 10:49 am

  154. salam anoushe jan

    baese eftekhare tamamie iranian dar sarasare donya hasty!
    omidvaram besalamat be zamin bazgardy.

    Comment by farnaz germany — September 21, 2006 @ 10:50 am

  155. salam bar to ariyaie pirooz
    nemidonam chi begam midonam peyghamhaye ziyadi dashtin va hame ham az ehsasateshon baraye shoma goftan.midonam in jomle ra kheyli shenidid valy bayd begam ke kheyli be shoma eftekhar mikonam va eftekhar mikonam ke yek irani hastam.montazer bargashtan shoma be rooye zamin hastam ta az safar barayeman
    tarif konid.salamat va sarbolan bashid barayetan safar khoshi ra arezoo mikonam.
    eradatmand shoma ehsan

    Comment by EHSAN HAGHIGHAT — September 21, 2006 @ 10:56 am

  156. سلام
    خانوم انوشه از اینکه سالم قدم به فضا گذاشتید خوشحالم و برای شما و خانواده شما ارزوی موفقیت می کنم
    در تنهایی خود در ان بالا برای همه دعا کنید
    سفر خوش بگذرد .

    Comment by pooya — September 21, 2006 @ 10:58 am

  157. Hello Beautiful Lady in Space,im very Proud of You!
    have fun,Love Eric Soovajian
    x-JPL employee

    Comment by Eric Soovajian — September 21, 2006 @ 11:01 am

  158. انوشه جان سلام/خوبی مهربون/از اون بالا بالاها چه خبر/شنبه ساعت 5:13 می بینمت/برام دست تکون بده/دوستت داریم (شهاب)

    Comment by shahab — September 21, 2006 @ 11:21 am

  159. Hi Anousheh
    I’m Italian, all italian newspapers this morning have your beautiful smile in first page.
    send a your message
    at all italian space fans.
    Congratulation, all the best.

    Comment by Guido — September 21, 2006 @ 11:24 am

  160. سلام
    خسته نباشید
    شب بخیر
    از اینکه به سلامت به ایستگاه فضایی رسیدید خوشحالم
    برای شما و خانواده محترمتان ارزوی سلامتی دارم
    در بالای سر زمین و در تنهایی برای ما هم دعا کنید و از زیبایی های خداوند لذت ببرید.
    پویا ایران تهران

    Comment by pooya — September 21, 2006 @ 11:24 am

  161. Hi dear Anoushe,
    It’s so nice that you are there, soooooo far awaaayyy from this crowded world… it’s so good that you could do what you always dreamd about and i wish i reach my dreams too ;)
    Be HaPpy & Have lots of fun in the skyyyy , now you are flying higher than every birdZz :) :*

    P.S…we are waiting for your nice picZz

    Comment by nona — September 21, 2006 @ 11:28 am

  162. What a great experience you are sure having. You are an inspiration and positive role model to girls and women everywhere. Well done. I hope you are taking a lot of pictures…and to see Atlantis reentry…awesome!

    Comment by russ — September 21, 2006 @ 11:33 am

  163. با سلام خدمت هموطن سرافرازم که مایه افتخار ایران زمین است.
    انوشه انصاری به تاریخ پیوست و تمام ایرانیان را هم به همراه خود به تارخ کشاند . امیدوارم سفرت بی خطر و سرشار از جذابیت باشد.دعای خیر تمام ایرانیان همراه شماست.

    Comment by امید ص از کاشان — September 21, 2006 @ 11:33 am

  164. Girls rullllez!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    From the Earth - I thank you for your work!!!!
    you are number 1!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    nobody can compair too UUUUUUUUUUUUU!!!!!!

    Comment by mICHAEL — September 21, 2006 @ 11:33 am

  165. انوشه عزيز
    پستي كه امروز خوندم ، اولين پست ارسال شده از فضا به وبلاگ تو تاريخ بود . از اين كه اين انسان تاريخ ساز ، هموطن منه و در عين حال يه زنه ، تو پوست خودم نمي گنجم . شايد خواهش زيادي باشه ، چون سرت شلوغه ، ولي تو پست بعديت يه پيام هم واسه هموطنات بفرست .

    Comment by مصطفي — September 21, 2006 @ 11:38 am

  166. Your mission inspires all of us.
    You have proved the value of hard working and aspiration.
    We are proud of you!

    Comment by Ramtin Sheikh hassani — September 21, 2006 @ 11:46 am

  167. […] Anousheh Ansari’s blog now has its first post from space, in the form of an email from Ansari to Peter Diamandis. (Some might quibble whether that counts as blogging from space, but that’s a technicality that’s lost on most people.) “I cannot keep my eyes off the windows,” she writes. “Earth is magnificent and peaceful from up here. You don’t see any of those awful things you hear on the news, from up here.” […]

    Pingback by Personal Spaceflight » First post from space — September 21, 2006 @ 11:49 am

  168. به فضا خوش آمدي

    Comment by utopiasoftware — September 21, 2006 @ 11:56 am

  169. برای اولین پستی که از فضا به روز شده کامنت ب&#…

    Email from space

    Trackback by blogchinبلاگچین — September 21, 2006 @ 12:06 pm

  170. با سلام خدمت سركار خانوم انصاري
    بي نهايت خوشحالم از موفقيت غرورآفرين شما
    شما دل همه ايرانيان را شاد كرديد درود بر شما كه باعث سربلندي ايران عزيزمان شديد بيصبرانه منتظر بازگشت شما وشنيدن خاطرات اين سفر روئيائي هستيم به سلامت برگرديد و هميشه موفق باشيد

    Comment by ايرج — September 21, 2006 @ 12:07 pm

  171. fabulous

    Comment by Saeed — September 21, 2006 @ 12:12 pm

  172. سلام انوشه عزیز
    تبریک میگم
    ما همه دوست داریم

    Comment by میترا صبوری — September 21, 2006 @ 12:12 pm

  173. salam khanoome ansari.voroode shoma ro beh istgahe fazayi tabrik gofte arezooye safari bikhatar ra barayetan daram.labkhande to az har chiz ziba tar ast…oonja baraye hameye ma doa konid…rasti dar safheye avale bloget ham ID KHODETO BEDE lotfan…ma cheh joori befahmim keh comment hamoono mikhoonid?
    arezoomande arezoohaye talayi-at….NaGhMeH

    Comment by Naghmeh — September 21, 2006 @ 12:13 pm

  174. Anoosheh Xaanoom:
    Can’t you apply for an extension (of your visa) there for another 10 days or so? or pretend you have a headache and can’t come back on time. We will get you a good lawyer to help. They can’t “deport” you, can they? I would do some thing to stay longer. Just a thought.

    Comment by Khosrow — September 21, 2006 @ 12:25 pm

  175. I’m really speechless ! your act was amazing . we, IRANIAN , are all proud of you . my feeling is like when i’m reading our history of 2500 years ago. your name will remain alive in history. best wishes for you in space and on earth!

    Comment by afshin — September 21, 2006 @ 12:30 pm

  176. خانم انصاری بابت این سفر رویایی به شما و همه کسانی که همراه شما بودند تبریک گفته وامیدوارم به سلامت به زمینی برگردید که زیر پایتان سفت باشد!!!
    همچنین امیدوارم سفرهای فضایی را تسهیل و با تاسیس هتل فضایی و اتوبوسهای فضاپیمای آسان و ارزان پیشرفت در زمینه تفریحات و علوم فضایی را به خاکیان کره زمین ارزانی دارید.
    در میان صحبت هایی که از شما خوانده و شنیده ام یک نکته خیلی جالب بود و واقعا ارزش تامل را داشت و آن اینکه گفته بودید حتی اگر بلیط رفتن به فضا یک بلیط یک طرفه بود باز هم به این سفر می رفتید!!! موفق باشید

    Comment by مهدی علی مددی — September 21, 2006 @ 12:53 pm

  177. Hi Ms.Ansari,
    All people, now, are hurry to give you the best congratulation for your exceptional task …
    But i think that a woman with your bright path have no needs of this. I retain that it would be beautiful to know your impressions and emotions simply as Anousheh had felt.
    Not Anousheh the “Executive” or Anousheh the “Engineer” but simply Anousheh for herself, because, I think that your journey was more inner than people believes.I don’t believe that you have reached the stars only because you have had money to do this or simply to do experiments, let me believe that there was something of more deep.
    Know your reasons and feelings, for me will be the best way to know who is Ms. Ansari and why she had reached her goals.

    Am I wrong ?

    P.s.: The little Iranian flag on your arm was the brighter sparkle of a better future for all.

    A greet from Italy


    Comment by Maruman — September 21, 2006 @ 1:13 pm

  178. love you more day to day with each post of your weblog!!!!

    Comment by Rezi — September 21, 2006 @ 1:20 pm

  179. انوشه عزيز
    هميشه تو اين فكر هستم اگه جاي تو بودم اين كار مي كردم يا نه
    ولي مطمئن ام تو بهترين راه ممكن رو رفتي
    مطمئن ام كه شايسته اي

    Comment by بهنام — September 21, 2006 @ 1:24 pm

  180. سلام و درود به نخستین بانوی ایرانی که موفق شده پروازی به فراسوی این کره ی ابی رنگ داشته باشد این چند روز در مورد شما و سفر فرا زمینیتان بسیار خوانده و شنیده ایم و تصاویر خندان و هیجان زده تان ما را نیز هیجان زده به این فکر فرو برد که تاریخ دارد نوشته میشود ورق تازه ای از تاریخ سرزمین من و از همه مهم تر نوشته شدن آن به دست یک بانوی مصمم ایرانی . امیدوارم همیشه سلامت سربلند و موفق باشید که اینچنین باعث شادی و سربلندی ایران و زنان همیشه پیشرو وپیشگام ایرانی شدید

    Comment by shima and shadi — September 21, 2006 @ 1:31 pm

  181. salam anoushe jan,
    vaghean arezoye dast nayaftani hast . omidvaram ke vaghti bargashti lahze be lahze ehsaset ro benevisi, baraye man ham doa kon man arezo mikonam baraye darman be US beram shayad betonam be zendegi ghabliam bargardam, ghorbanet f

    Comment by Fereshteh — September 21, 2006 @ 1:34 pm

  182. سلام انوشه امیدوارم بتونی هر چه بهتر تجربیاتت رو منتقل کنی ما ییصبرانه منتضر بازگشت موفقیت آمیز شما هستیم وعده ما تهران فرهنگسرای ارسباران اگر خواستی بیای حتما خبرمون کن
    با ارزوی روزهای خوب و بیاد ماندنی برای شما و همکارانتون
    سلام مارو به پیتر برسونید
    دوستدارت عبدالرضا عابدین تاش
    ( از ساحل مازندران( تنکابن

    Comment by abdoolreza abedintash — September 21, 2006 @ 1:48 pm

  183. Dear Ansari,
    Congrat. with your dream !!!
    Welcome to my International web site- for time around the world
    and I would like you to be a first out-of space visitor to my Guestbook:

    Stay safe and have a good landing in a week.

    Alexander Krivenyshev, russian (born in Siberia) living in USA

    Comment by Alexander Krivenyshev — September 21, 2006 @ 2:13 pm

  184. ms. ansari,

    it is so wonderful to see you realize your dream of going into space - you are an inspiration. also i admire that you recognize both iran and the united states as influences on your life, with both flags on your uniform.

    mari anne paraskevas
    somerville, massachusetts, usa
    (american of greek descent)

    Comment by mari anne paraskevas — September 21, 2006 @ 2:16 pm

  185. salaam khanoom
    IRAN va Irani be to eftekhaar mikone, va man az in ke yek irani hastaam be khodam mibalaam

    Comment by Alireza — September 21, 2006 @ 2:21 pm

  186. […] Blogging via email, yes, but still: This is freakin’ awesome. Posted by Jackie Danicki | […]

    Pingback by Jackie Danicki » Blogging from space — September 21, 2006 @ 2:27 pm

  187. سلام و درود فراوان بر انوشه انصاری یگانه دخت ایران زمین !
    نمی دونین آدم چه حالی میتونه داشته باشه که به اولین زن توریست فضا نورد و به عنوان یک هموطن !! سلام و درود بفرسته ووواون هم در حالی که در زمان سفر غرور آفرینش در فضا به سر میبره .واقعا غرور آفرینه و وصف ناشدنی !!! خیلی وقتا میشد که با خودم میگفتم کاش توی یه زمان دیگه دنیا اومده بودم چرا که هیچ دلیل خاصی برای رضایت از زندگی درزمان حال خودم نمی دیدم . اما امروز ! با افتخار سرم رو بالا میارم و با شادی و غرور وصف ناپذیر از زمین برای هموطن افتخار آفرین خودم ” انوشه انصاری ” در فضا کامنت مینویسم و از او سپاس گذاری میکنم که باعث شد از زنده بودن خودم در این زمان شاد باشم و لذت ببرم.
    خانم انصاری ، شاد زی ، مهر افزون
    همواره درود ما بر شما .
    روزبه از کره زمین - قاره آسیا -کشور ایران-شهر آبادان.

    Comment by Roozbeh — September 21, 2006 @ 3:28 pm

  188. سلام خانم انصاری.
    من یکی از علاقمندان اندیشه ها و اهداف شما هستم. امروز در فرهنگسرای هنر(ارسباران) تهران همایش 3 ساعته ای به مناسبت سفر شما توسط پژوهشکده هوافضا ، مجله نجوم و سایت SpaceScience.ir برگزار شد. در این همایش از مسئولین خواستار دعوت شما به ایران شدم. (البته آقای تفرشی گفتند ما برنامه هایی در این راستا داریم). لطفا به کشور خودتون هم تشریف بیارید. ما منتظر سفر شما به ایران میمانیم. امیدوارم ادامه سفر شما با موفقیت کامل همراه باشد.

    Comment by Parsa — September 21, 2006 @ 3:44 pm

  189. We are SOOOO proud of you…
    Zende Bad IRAN o IRANI…

    Comment by Melika — September 21, 2006 @ 3:46 pm

  190. سلام خانم انصاری وقتی پرچم ایران و رو شانه ات دیدم خیلی خوشحال شدم که ایرانی ام فقط همین!

    Comment by dayan — September 21, 2006 @ 4:01 pm

  191. سلام تولبخند خیلی ارامش بخشی داری من او وقتی ک بر می گردی تو حیاط خونه ستار میزنم چون طاقت ندارم به برنامه مستقیم نگاه کنم سفر تو تبلور تمام کودیکی های ماست توقع جواب ازت ندارم همین که توشادی رویات شریک هستیم مارا بس.از دوست بجز دوست تمنایی نیست خیلی دوستت دارم مجید.

    Comment by majid — September 21, 2006 @ 4:08 pm

  192. Hello Mrs Anoushe…I a 20 year old boy from Iran…I have same wish as yours…I love stars and night sky and so I am an Amateur Astronomer…I study electronics in Iran…I hope to go to Mars one day and when I see you have reached your space goal I become full of energy to follow my wish that is landing on the Mars…Maybe the first one…who knows?Enjoy your wish coming true…

    Comment by Navid Raeli — September 21, 2006 @ 4:08 pm

  193. سلام خانوم انصاری
    خوشحالم که موفق شدین

    Comment by مجید — September 21, 2006 @ 4:22 pm

  194. زمين هميشه زيبا بوده تا حالا. به شرطی که روش از جنگ خبری نباشه.

    Comment by Nima — September 21, 2006 @ 4:26 pm

  195. Hello ms ANSARI, I’m writting from France… Do you know “ANTOINE DE SAINT EXUPERY”? When I see your wonderful experience, I get the impression that “LE PETIT PRINCE” is a woman born in Iran, living in USA and offering to the Universe a so nice dream….

    Comment by dominique — September 21, 2006 @ 4:26 pm

  196. salam….peter…
    hala ke anoosheh khanoom dar faza hastan azatoon mikham bishtar dar moored khodetoon begi…
    mamnoon misham

    [Hi Peter,

    now that Anousheh is in ISS, please write us more about youerself, thank you]

    Comment by vahid esmailpour — September 21, 2006 @ 4:31 pm

  197. و امروز افتخار می کنم که من و شما ایرانی هستیم!

    Comment by Amirreza — September 21, 2006 @ 4:35 pm

  198. salammm anoushe jan
    baba hameja harfe to hast!!! vageen ke gol kashtiii..
    baese aftekhare hame iranihaa shodii to anoushe khanoom
    take care.. see u in earth .

    Comment by omid — September 21, 2006 @ 4:36 pm

  199. بهتون نبريك ميگم.بلاخره زيبايي هاي خيره كننده اي را ديدين كه كمتر انساني چشمش به اون افتاده.
    انوشه جان برا ما س.غاتي بياور:يك كيلو خلائ ده كيلو بي وزني و صد كيلو آرامش.نميدونم آيا اين خواسته زيادي است?

    Comment by farah — September 21, 2006 @ 4:37 pm

  200. باعرض سلام و خسته نباشید خدمت شما
    ما ایرانیان به ایرانی بودن شما افتخار می کنیم و آرزوی موفقیت و شادکامی شما را داریم و امیدواریم که با سلامتی به زمین بازگشته و روزی در ایران شما را از نزدیک ببینیم
    خدا نگهدار

    Comment by علی از تهران — September 21, 2006 @ 5:00 pm

  201. Dear Anousheh

    I am an Iranian girl living in Dubai. I am so proud of you! I like your smile & your confidence. I follow all your updated news everyday & email them for all my foreigner friends.

    It’s intresting I have a feeling like you are a close friend of mine that I am excitedly following your news.

    Hope you have a safe return to the earth.

    With Love,


    Comment by Nasim — September 21, 2006 @ 5:04 pm

  202. خانم انصاری سلام
    فکر میکنم فارسی میدانید به هر حال شانزده سال ابتدای زندگی خود را در ایران بودید. بسیار خوشحالم که یک ایرانی به فضا میرود.من تا به حال از شما نامی نشینده بودم صبح روز سفر شما به طور اتفاقی از شبکه دو سیما خبر پرواز شما را شنیدم. خانم انصاری قدر فر صت های خود را بدانید.از شرایط بوجود آمده به خوبی استفاده کنید. من هیچکدام از رویاهای کودکیم بوقوع نپیوست. من چیزی شدم که دیگران میخواستند.اما شما خودتان شدید و نتیجه آن را نیز دیدید.من به شما تبریک میگویم.شاید اگر در ایران میماندید به نتایج نمیرسیدید.ولی بدانید که هوش و پشتکار ایرانی دارید. موفق باشید و پایدارو خداوند را فراموش نکنیدو از آن بالااز خلقت خداوند لذت ببرید.

    Comment by علی مولا — September 21, 2006 @ 5:04 pm

  203. Salami be sorkhie Khake Iran va be nilgoni abhaye Khalije Fars.

    Dear Anousheh, hi u there onboard of ISS.
    You know, I am going to watch ur peaceful, for now spaceland(ISS) tomorrow morning at 4:50(Iranian Standard time, 1:20 GMT), during its pass over my hometown: Shiraz.
    For sure u have a great great great time onboard, and we’re proud of having an Iranian up there in the space, WE ARE PROUD OF YOU, Mrs. Ansari.

    I hope all ur wishes onboard come true, when ur eyes be filled with tears of delight, dignity, prosperity, and pleasure when watching our so little but beautiful earth.

    See u tomorrow morning.

    Comment by Kian — September 21, 2006 @ 5:16 pm

  204. خانم انصاري شنيده ام زمين از فضا بسيار زيباست و فکر مي کنم زيبايي اش به علت خالص بودنش است به اين علت که تقسيمات مرز ها و فقر و.. در انجا آشکار نيست در اين لحظه از شما مي خواهم در انجا آرزوي روزي را داشته باشيد که تفاوتي بين زيبايي اين کره در فضا و زمين وجود نداشته باشد.

    Comment by Bamdad — September 21, 2006 @ 5:18 pm

  205. At a time when international relationships are in such disarray–you are good news and a breath of fresh air: a ray of hope! A great investment! Thank You! –Paul

    Comment by Paul — September 21, 2006 @ 5:25 pm

  206. سلام
    ما ، امروز در فرهنگسرای هنر تهران (ارسباران) ، جمع شدیم و همایشی درمورد سفر شما داشتیم و اوم رو کاملاً بررسی کردیم .
    اونجا یک عالمه آدم های مهم بودند که روی پله نشسته بودند ، سرپا ایستاده بودند و همه عکس شما رو در دست داشتند
    بابک امین تفرشی ، سردبیر مجله ی نجوم ، پرویا ناظمی و آقای صفاریان پور که باهاششون صحبت کردید ، و آقای یزدان پناه از پژوهشگاه هوا و فضا و حدوداً500 تا دانشچوی فیزیک و هوافضا و مهندسی پروازو بقیه ی رشته ها جمع شده بودند و همه برای شما آرزوهای خوب کردیم
    ساسان کریمی -دانشچوی فیزیک دانشگاه ملی ایران -شهید بهشتی تهران

    Comment by Sasan Karimi — September 21, 2006 @ 5:28 pm

  207. به نام خدا
    انوشه اغي ايراني سربلند سلام ….
    اميدوارم حال شما خوب باشد و سختي هاي بودن در فضا بر زيباييهايش غلبه كند.گرچه ميدانم با سابقه ي خوب شما وايراني بودنتان به سختي ها به چشم شيريني نگاه ميكنيد.
    به هر حال اميدوارم اين سفر بار معنوي بسياري براي شما به همراه داشته باشد و ايمانتان را قوي تر كرده باشد.
    يا علي-عليه السلام-

    Comment by mri90 — September 21, 2006 @ 5:39 pm

  208. Hello Ms. Anousheh,
    My wife and I are Nigerians based in Germany. We sincerely congratulate you on this your achievement Space. This was a spectacular fit by all standard and is in tune with what the future holds for a peaceful World devoid of conflict.

    Comment by Jere & Kemi Akpobasa — September 21, 2006 @ 5:41 pm

  209. hello ms ansari, thx a lot for sharing your honest opinion about earth views from space. i hope in coming days we all here have many other amazing details by u during your stay at space.
    good luck n best of my wishes

    Comment by manish — September 21, 2006 @ 5:59 pm

  210. hi ms. ansari i am writing to u from india n very pleased abt your achievement.i request u to write a little email to my address so i can also be a part of your mission this way.
    waiting for a quick reply from yours side.good luck n best of my wishes.
    [email received]

    Comment by manish — September 21, 2006 @ 6:10 pm

  211. سلام انوشه جان من فاطمه 29 ساله از تهران هستم. سفر شما باعث خوشحالی و افتخار من شد. از حدود چند ماه پیش که سفر شما اعلام شد من اخبار زندگی شما را دنبال می کنم. واقعاًً زندگی شما الهام بخش من می باشد.موفق باشی. امیدوارم شما را از نزدیک ببینم

    Comment by fateme — September 21, 2006 @ 6:24 pm

  212. سلام به شما خانم انصاری عزیز
    الان که این چندسطر را برای شما مینویسم، در آن بالا و در سیاهی بیکران فضا غوطه ورید و زمین کوچک و آبی را خیلی سست تر و شکننده تر از هر کس دیگر میبینید.
    امیدوارم که زودتر از آنچه فکر میکنیم بتوان برای زندگی بهتر و سبز تر در زمین کاری کرد که یقینا حرکت و پیام شما از این سفر میتواند قدمی در این راه باشد.
    افتخار دیگری نیز با این سفر شما به کارنامه افتخارات ایرانیان موفق سفر کرده افزوده شد که یقین دارم اگر در ایران مانده بودید هرگز به چنین موفقیتی نمیرسیدید.
    بامداد شنبه، اول مهر ماه به آسمان بالای سر مینگرم و پرواز شما را بر فراز ایران میبینم و برایتان درود و سلام و سپاس میفرستم.
    زنده باد ایران و ایرانی
    دکتر سپهر رادمنش

    Comment by sepehr radmanesh — September 21, 2006 @ 6:26 pm

  213. Hi Anousheh

    Well done,As an Iranian woman I am so proud of you.
    wish you a very very good time in space

    All the Best

    Comment by Maryam — September 21, 2006 @ 6:28 pm

  214. Drood

    a Conference has been held Today in Farhangsaraie Arasbaran, Tehran, by Nojoum magazine & Channel 4.
    around 400 of your fans has been gathered there
    & they spoke about u & ur mission
    maybe the publish pix here:

    ur Reporter
    Tehran, Iran

    Comment by بهنام — September 21, 2006 @ 6:35 pm

  215. انوشه عزیزم به تو افتخار می کنم.
    خوش بحالت!
    خوش بحالت. خوش بحالت
    امیدوارم که به سلامتی به زمین برگردی.

    Comment by noushin — September 21, 2006 @ 6:35 pm

  216. hi dear anoushe
    this is the third comment that i leave here.I live in Firoozabad,a small city in iran.we ganna observe ISS on saturday in the park at 5am!please remember us when you are crossing over iran.thanks a lot.

    Comment by fatemeh kamali — September 21, 2006 @ 6:38 pm

  217. salam khanoome ansari
    omidvaram ke in safare fazaie shoma,tagheer dahandeh afkar manfie ma zaminian bashad.
    payande bashid.

    Comment by saeed — September 21, 2006 @ 6:38 pm

  218. Dear Anousheh,

    The great news is that your childhood dream coming true is now every body, especially we iranian’s joy and proud. Thank you for sharing your experience with us, as for a moment I could feel the same and it felt great.
    I hope every thing goes well with your amazing trip. We are all looking forward hearing more from you.

    Thank you for being there,

    Comment by Raha — September 21, 2006 @ 6:46 pm

  219. با آرزوي سلامتي وموفقيت

    Comment by مجيد — September 21, 2006 @ 6:48 pm

  220. Dear anousheh,
    Heartiest congratulations from the peoples of Bangladesh.may allah bless u.wishing your happy returns to earth.allah hafez

    Comment by Dr.Zahidul Haque Shipon — September 21, 2006 @ 6:48 pm

  221. Greetings Reporter!

    Great screen shots of Anousheh aboard the station — thanks for sharing.

    Comment by X PRIZE — September 21, 2006 @ 6:57 pm

  222. Dear Anousheh ,
    I hope you are doing well up in the sky . I realy admire your courage and power.
    All of us as human might have dreams but the ones who try to make it closer to reality are winner so actually made it come true so think you showed us the way no matter how little our dream is .
    million thanx to you and your family who helped you in this way.
    please tell us about there experience you’ve gained please let us know how it feels when you look at the earth I know it’s hard to explain all about you feeling but still it’s good to hear little about that .
    Take care

    Comment by taraneh ghannadi — September 21, 2006 @ 6:58 pm

  223. salam anoshe jann
    khieli khoshhalam ke to zani hasto ke bese eftakhari vase man sayre khanomhaye iraniiomidvaram ke khodavand hamishe hamrahet bashe omidvaram ke hamishe pirouz va movafagh bashii .va salmat bashii
    kheili khoshhalam ke mitonam barat message bedamm . mikham begam ma inja dar ghalbe iran tehran be to eftekhar mikonim .
    khodavand hamishe negahdaret bashe ke tanha panahe ma osstt. vaghti az on balaha zamin ra negah kardi hatman didet nesbnat be zendegi avaz mishe omid ke be azemat bishtare khodavand bishtar az ghabl pay bebeari
    movafagh salamat va shad bashi hamishe
    bye doset daram
    afsane az tehran

    Comment by afsane — September 21, 2006 @ 7:05 pm

  224. سفرت به‌خیر اما
    تو و دوستی خدا را
    چو ازین زمین وحشت
    به سلامتی گذشتی
    به ستاره‌ها به یزدان
    برسان فغان ما را

    در پناه حق باشید

    Comment by Fatemeh — September 21, 2006 @ 7:07 pm



    Comment by mohamad — September 21, 2006 @ 7:14 pm

  226. Salam Anousheh jan:
    we are proud of you and what you have done for your self and also for us and our country IRAN.

    I am sooooooo happy that you are safe, and hope 2 see you on tv.
    because i know i will never have the hounor to see you in person. how ever am glad to have this opportunety to write to you. Hope to see your name on my mails.

    Ba in karet tamamh DONYA be to eftekhar va Makhsosan Ek IRAN behet eftekhar meekone.Hala ke nadike khodaee… Az on bala baram doa kon. meeboosamet.

    Comment by Leyla Az in korehye Zamin — September 21, 2006 @ 7:23 pm

  227. kash dark konim in zibaee o va hefzesh konim hamun jori ke be ma tahvil dade shode.

    Comment by Parnian — September 21, 2006 @ 7:25 pm

  228. Dear Anousheh
    Hi Iam medical student. when I was 3 years old I whish that I could be an spacewoman and when I heard about you I become so happy and we all proud of you.
    with best wishes. Sara Mehr Tehran

    Comment by Sara Mehr — September 21, 2006 @ 7:26 pm

  229. Dear Mrs Ansari,

    I heard your talk in Night Sky program from Channel 4 of Iran TV. I live in Tehran.
    That was a really inspiring talk. I am proud to hear your point of views about your goals and your messages for the people (especially the young iranians).
    I was counting the minutes to see you on Nasa TV while getting into the ISS. It was a milestone in my life.
    I can not declare how much I want to see your successful return to our home; earth.

    خدا نگهدارتون

    Comment by Reza Mirfattah — September 21, 2006 @ 7:39 pm

  230. سلام انوشه خانم
    به عنوان یک مرد 29 ساله ایرانی به تو بی نهایت افتخار می کنم که باعث سربلندی ما شدی
    وبرای تو بانوی موفق ایرانی همیشه آرزوی سلامتی و تندرستی و موفقیت بی پایان می کنم


    Comment by اردشیر — September 21, 2006 @ 7:41 pm

  231. خدا نگهدارتون

    Comment by Reza Mirfattah — September 21, 2006 @ 7:48 pm

  232. Bonjour Anousheh!!
    What a thrilling adventure you’re experiencing out there in the big void! I hope you are fine and able to enjoy it completely!
    I’ve read the best way for you to see the milky way is to go inside a Soyuz capsule, turn all lights off, wait for the station to be in Earth’s shadow and look through its small window.
    Be part of the big picture. On tuesday morning, ISS should become visible from Belgium. I’ll think about you.


    Comment by Raoul Lannoy — September 21, 2006 @ 7:53 pm

  233. Hello dear Anooshe,

    There you go girl. I am proud of you it doesn’t take just money to make this trip it also take vision, generosity and being a very brave person to sit in that contraption.

    Praying for your safe return.

    I hope when you get back you are not all spaced out ;-)!

    Best wishes


    Comment by Ali — September 21, 2006 @ 7:58 pm

  234. […] The blogosphere boldly visits its newest frontier - blogging from space: The launch was very smooth. The trip to the station felt long but it was worth it. I cannot keep my eyes off the windows. Earth is magnificent and peaceful from up here. You don’t see any of those awful things you hear on the news, from up here. […]

    Pingback by Spaceblogging at Taking Aim — September 21, 2006 @ 8:11 pm

  235. Dear Anousheh,

    I’m from Mexico and i just wanted to congratulate you for this incredible adventure that youre living out of space. I admire and respect you because you put a lot of effort to acomplish the training for this journey. My best wishes…and remeber…even in the space…….There’s a natural mystic blowing through the air; If you listen carefully now you will hear….

    I’ll stay aware of your blog to know about your magnificent trip…TAKE CARE.


    Comment by David Pulido — September 21, 2006 @ 8:24 pm

  236. I,m italian, all the italian newspapers in the first page this morning having your smile in the space.
    Please a message to the space italian fans?
    Congratulation for mission.

    Comment by Guido — September 21, 2006 @ 8:33 pm

  237. سلام دوباره خدمت خانم انوشه انصاری
    باز هم این کار ارزشمند را به شما تبریک می گوییم
    آرزوی موفقیت را برا شما دارم
    لطفا به ایران هم تشریف بیاورید
    امروز در فرهنگسرای هنر سمیناری بخاطر شما برگزار شد
    لطفا عکس هایی از کره زمین را برایمان بفرستید

    Comment by ali — September 21, 2006 @ 8:34 pm

  238. خانم انصاری عکس هایی از کره زمین برای ما بفرست

    Comment by علی — September 21, 2006 @ 8:41 pm

  239. salam, ba arezoye movafaghiat baraye shoma
    sina az iran

    Comment by sina — September 21, 2006 @ 8:46 pm

  240. سلام خانم انوشه انصاری دانشمند بزرگ
    بطور جدی برنامه های شما را از وب لاگ دنبال می کنم
    من دانشجوی رشته میکروبیولوژی هستم و
    از اینکه شما در ایستگاه فضایی آزمایشی در مورد باکتری ها دارید
    خیلی علاقه مند به شما شدم و آرزوی موفقیت برای شما دارم

    Comment by علی — September 21, 2006 @ 8:46 pm

  241. Hi

    Congretulation. You manage to realise one of my favorite dreams…

    It’s not the reason why I write you today. I would like to contact you to get some councils for my sport society GSAB Aventures…

    Would it be possible to contact you by a easier way?

    I wish you the best

    Comment by Alain Bigey — September 21, 2006 @ 8:46 pm

  242. سلام
    سلام به یگانه دختر ایران زمین
    سلام به اولین بانوی ایرانی که به اسمان رفت
    تا از انجا به ایران بنگرد
    و اراده پولادین ما ایرانیان را به همه جهانیان نشان دهد
    ما جوانان ایران زمین برای شما ارزوی سلامتی میکنیم
    وروز شنبه از ایران زمین در ان هنگام که بر فراز ایران هستید
    به شما مینگریم
    و از شما میخواهیم برای ازادی ایران زمین همراه با همه ایرانیان در ان لحظه دعا کنید
    به امید موفقیت های بیشتر

    Comment by pouya — September 21, 2006 @ 8:58 pm

  243. تا به حال صد هزار تا پیام فرستاده ام
    حتی یکی از آنها در وب لاگ نیست
    کمک کنید به من بینوا
    علی دانشجوی رشته میکروبیولوژی

    Comment by علی — September 21, 2006 @ 8:58 pm

  244. hi dear anoohe.i am a young girl from iran.i hope you have a safe travel and god protect you.shima

    Comment by shima — September 21, 2006 @ 9:14 pm

  245. salam anousheh jan kheili kheili khoshhalam az in etefaghe mohem va jaleb baraye u
    man hich vaght arezuye in kar haro nadashtam ama midoonam cheghadr ziba va lahze haye 2st dashtani dari movafagh bashin

    Comment by maly — September 21, 2006 @ 9:29 pm

  246. Hi,I`m an iranian girl and i hope you will be happy there,I love you soooooooooooo much,we are very proud of you,I cant explain my feelings about you,Ijust can say I love you & I try to be like you.
    I hope to see you soon on the Earth

    Comment by Alma — September 21, 2006 @ 9:34 pm

  247. hi,anousheh and good to contact with the first iranian woman who go to space ,i`m zahid elahi from iran and i very love this events about going to space,investigation about it etc,
    i want to be in contact with u …

    Comment by zahid elahi — September 21, 2006 @ 10:05 pm

  248. سلام خانم انصاري.از اينكه به آرزوي ديرينه ات رسيدي بهت تبريك ميگم. ماايرانيان به تو افتخار مي كنيم. به تو شير زن شجاع. به تو كه تونستي روياي بچگي رو توي بزرگسالي به حقيقت برسوني. الان از تهران دارم برات مي نويسم و ميدونم الان تو فضا هستي. مي خوام بهت بگم تنها نيستي. همه ما ايراني ها براي سالم برگَشتن تو دعا مي كنيم. همه ما چشم به راهت نشستيم و خبرهاي تو رو ساعت به ساعت از اينترنت ميگيريم. سحرگاه روز شنيه كه تو از فراز ايران گذر ميكني مطمئن باش ميليون ها جفت چشم مثل چشم من دارن تو آسمون تو رو ميبينن و مطمئن باش ميليون ها جفت دست رو به بالا، به تو دست تكون ميدن درست مثل دستاي من و با سراپا غرور رد شدنت رو نظاره ميكنن، درست مثل سراپاي من. يه بار ديگه هم مي گم كه ما به تو فرزند ايران زمين و به تو دختر پارسي افتخار مي كنيم و با فريادي بلند به تمام مردم دنيا مي گوييم

    حكم اهوراست به اهريمنان***************پارسيان تا به ابد قهرمان

    برات آرزوي موفقيت در تمام عرصه زندگي رو دارم. بيشتر از اين مزاحمت نميشم. اون بالا مواظب خودت باش. بدون كلي ايراني منتظر برگشتن توست. خدا نگهدار.

    اگرچه نيستي، ياد تو اينجاست
    عشقت توي قلب ماهاست
    هرجا كه هستي خدا به همرات
    دعاي خير پشت و پنات

    Comment by امير — September 21, 2006 @ 10:14 pm

  249. salam bar shoma khanoome anousheh ansari
    man pesare 16 sale az iran hastam va be karhai mesle kare shoma eshgh mivarzam,man khod dar zamineye faza va nojoom tahghighati dashtam omid varam ke betavanam be farde ghabeli mesle shoma tabdil shavam
    vali man ba yek moshkele asasidar sare rahe khod roberoo hastam

    pedare man doctor motekhassese maghz va asaab fareghottahsil az daneshgahe tehran ast va oo shadidan be fekre ayandeye ma mibashad ma ta konoon be chandin keshvare donya baraye kar rafteim vali anha madrake(degree)iran ra ghabool nadarand va man ba khod fekr kardam shayad shoma betavanid be ma komaki bekonid zira man taarife shoma ro dar chandin shabakeye khabari mesle voa,khabare iran va gheyre shenide am.

    kheli mamnoonam,best wishes
    mara bikhabar nagozarid

    Comment by zahid elahi — September 21, 2006 @ 10:21 pm

  250. از خلیج فارس سلام مرا پذیرا باش ای دختر سرزمین آریایی هزاران درود وهزاران سلام بر تو دختر با اقتدار سرزمین کوروش وداریوش ای آریایی اصیل ای ایرانی ای انوشه خانم با این عمل زیبایت نام نیک بزرگان ایران را زنده کردی امیدوارم سلامت به زمین برگردی

    از خلیج فارس جزیره سیری بهنام

    Comment by بهنام — September 21, 2006 @ 10:31 pm

  251. salam khanoom ansari
    baraye ma az zibaee haye biroon zamin taarif konid ta ba bishtar be ghodrat khoda pey bebarim

    Comment by dj — September 21, 2006 @ 10:43 pm

  252. سلام بر تو دختر دلاور ایران زمین
    برای سالم برگشتنا دعا می کنیم و اخبارت را لحظه به لحظه دنبال می کنیم و البته اضافه می کنم که در ایران همه در مورد شما حرف می زنند و حتا اس ام اس هایی هم با محوریت شخص شما در ایران فرستاده میشه مثلن : خیلی خوشحال هستیم که انوشه انصاری اولین زن ایرانی به فضا رفت اما بیشتر خوشحال می شویم که آخرین زن ایرانی هم به فضا برود خوب و خوش و پر انرژی باشید
    قلبهای ما با شماست

    Comment by هیس — September 21, 2006 @ 11:30 pm

  253. خانم انصاری واقعا جای ما رو خالی کنید و از اون بال به زمین بگید که منم یه روزی از اون بالا زیباییش رو تحسین خواهم کرد

    Comment by تنها غیر ممکن غیر ممکن است — September 21, 2006 @ 11:45 pm

  254. I don’t know if you read this at all. We are proud of you. Only a smart Iranian girl can come up with such a great idea and accomplish that. You gave hope and self confidence to many people including women, Iranians and Americans. You gave the best message of peace to this crazy world which is full of hate and war.
    I wish you the best,

    Comment by Arash — September 22, 2006 @ 12:28 am

  255. Dear Anousheh!
    Appropraite words cannot be found to express our feel of pride as the first Iranian is going to space.
    May your magnificent job be a start for further progress in the area.

    Comment by Mehdi — September 22, 2006 @ 12:45 am

  256. These comments have all been sent to Anousheh — please leave new comments on a recent post where comments are still open.

    Comment by X PRIZE — September 22, 2006 @ 1:43 am


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Birthday Bouquets
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Training as Backup
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Price of a Dream
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My Favorite Things!
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Rendez-Vous at X Prize Cup
September 16

The Day Has Come
September 17

Email from Space!
September 20 email

Hello World
September 21

Atlantis from Orbit
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The Trip Up
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Space Travel Details September 25

Close Quarters
September 25

Watching the world go by
September 26

Thank God for Velcro
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On leaving Orbit
September 28

The wave from space
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The Ride Down
September 30

World Hold On
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I couldn’t sleep
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Second Birth
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Back in the World
October 9

Goodbye Star City / My Speech
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Wonderful ride
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