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September 28, 2006

The wave from space

by Anousheh @ 4:54 pm

Email between cousins — one on Earth and one in space

From: Afshin Shahidi
Sent: Wednesday, September 27, 2006 06:15
Subject: days into nights

Hi Anousheh joon,

I just met up with Amir for dinner and he showed me some video of you from the space station. First, you look fantastic, I love the jumpsuit with the american and iranian flags on it. Very nice. Second, it seems like the time has gone by very fast, I’m sure even faster for you as you now prepare to come back. I can only imagine how hard it must be to have to leave.

Like when reading a great book, you don’t ever want it to end. I’m sure you realize though that you are only finishing a chapter in this book and that there is plenty more to read. Your book is being written everyday and the events that you have put in motion in this chapter will bring you more joy and opportunities in the upcoming chapters. All this to say that as sad as it may be, coming home will give you the chance to go back again which I know you will very soon.

You know that we all miss you here and can’t wait to see you and talk to you. Think of coming home as going back to school in the fall, although this time you come back as the teacher. You will see old friends but there will always be in your heart and mind the bliss and thrill of your summer and the comfort in knowing that it will be summer again soon. So come back and warm and inspire us with your noor for a bit before heading back into the cosmos.

“All men have the stars,” he answered, “but they are not the same things for different people. For some, who are travelers, the stars are guides. For others they are no more than little lights in the sky. For others, who are scholars, they are problems. For my businessman they were wealth. But all these stars are silent. You–you alone–will have the stars as no one else has them–”

The Little Prince was mis-titled. It should have been The Little Princess.

Safe and Happy Travels.

Over and out until I see you.



- - - - - -

Sent: 9/28/06 9:14 AM

Afshin Khoobam,

Reading your email brought tears to my eyes… Specially the little excerpt from the Little Prince… I cannot tell you if it was tears of sadness or content… but it was so beautifully written that I have asked that it be posted on the blog… I hope you don’t mind!…

I do hope to be able to continue writing new chapters for this book. To be honest I hoped that one day me or someone else would be able to start something that is contagious and that it would make all the young people in the world to unite and change our world… Reading the messages I have received, I can see the start of this wave and I hope I can do my part to keep it going… I feel I have a big responsibility now and I have to figure out how to best fulfill my part…

I do know that I will experience weightlessness again and I look forward to it… but no matter what, saying goodbye is a hard thing…

With all my love from the Orbit…


  1. Dear Anousheh,

    At this last minutes of your stay up there I wish you a good landing down to the earth our mother planet. Me as an iranian feel proud of having you as the first iranian astronaut. best wishes for you and other iranians alla round the world!

    Reza Hasseli

    Comment by Reza Hasseli — September 28, 2006 @ 5:10 pm

  2. As a life long fine arts painter I have come to know that Space is only as deep as one makes it. It is a pleasure for me to see that you make it better. Be well. Stephen Craig Rowe

    Comment by stephen craig rowe — September 28, 2006 @ 5:23 pm

  3. Thanks for showing us the real truth of humans… WE ARE ALL ONE, Lennon said ‘imagine…’ (may be he was from planet K-PAX too) he said imagine, you are seeing it: a planet that has no borders drawn, could we live it? Thank you for inspiring so much people, if every one of us do the same in our ‘circle of influence’ our family, work place, school, we can really start a change….
    May the angels escort you home.

    Love and light,

    Comment by Yvette — September 28, 2006 @ 5:26 pm

  4. سلام
    سركار خانم انوشه انصاري
    شما يكي از افتخارات ماايرانيان هستيد و ما به خود ميباليم كه اولين فضانورد زن ايراني شما هستيد .
    براي شما آرزوي موفقيت ميكنم و اميدوارم روزي شما را از نزديك در تهران ببينم
    همچنين من در وبلاگم عكسهائي از شم گذاشته ام تا دوستان با شما بيشتر آشنا شوند.
    آدرس وبلاگم هم هست :

    Comment by Y Laleh — September 28, 2006 @ 5:48 pm

  5. Dear Anousheh ,
    I’m sure you will go to orbital (or maybe byond ) in your life long again …

    I pray for you and other crews have a safe landing …

    hugs & kisses from Iran

    Comment by Zari — September 28, 2006 @ 6:02 pm

  6. Salam
    u konw, I can’t wait to see u safe back on the earth, but I can feel ur feelings at the moment(preparing to return) as well, it seems that u were going to get used to the station, but the plans that u’ve got should inspires not only you but aslo thausands and thausands of people down here including this little guy. NO MATTER how hard it is, I’ll keep on goin’, I’ll keep on tryin’ to persue my dreams, to fulfill my wishes to reach the stars and beyonds,,,(!!!) cuz u inspires us and me.

    YOU INSPIRES US to realize our goals in life.

    You proved urself to have been a proper Iranian ambassador there aboard of ISS.

    Thank you, thank you, thank you Mrs. Ansari.

    Comment by Kiab A.Nejadi — September 28, 2006 @ 6:02 pm

  7. Anousheh: Have a safe landing. I have been watching your blog but I felt it was time to say something. I expect you to be back on earth later today and will be watching on NASA tv every moment. All my best

    Ken from New York

    Comment by Ken — September 28, 2006 @ 6:08 pm

  8. Anousheh: I forgot one thing to say: We all can get along no matter where we are from. I hope the earth takes a lesson from your trip. There does not need to be so much fighting. Again have a safe landing. I look forward to the videos.

    Ken from New York

    Comment by Ken — September 28, 2006 @ 6:18 pm

  9. hi,

    Wish you a safe landing on earth. Have you ever thought of making a short speech in farsi from space for us in Iran?


    Comment by Behrooz Mozaffari — September 28, 2006 @ 6:25 pm

  10. Nice writing between cousins. What a fantastic and wonderful woman you are, Anousheh, and what a beautiful experience you have given to all of us on earth. These comments ARE NOT meant in an intimate way, but I just can’t imagine that there could be any better “spacefarer” than this superb woman, Anousheh. I can hardly get over just how wonderful you and your space mission have been, even starting with the mission patch and going on to your great words, the blog, videos, etc. Anousheh, you are a great example, a great representative of we who are “earthlings.” You’ve doubtless encouraged & lifted so many, many people around this world, myself included. KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK, ANOUSHEH (and HAMID and all your family)! I share Reza’s thoughts, may your landing now just be a great finale to a great mission, wishing you & yours the very best.

    Comment by W. Thomas — September 28, 2006 @ 6:27 pm

  11. Chère Anousheh,

    Jusque au maintenant j’ai pas vu une commentaire en français sur votre blog,Donc Je vais ecrire en français!
    Alors j’ai déjà disais une fois en persan que vous avez beaucoup courage, nous ,les Iraniens et les autres, esperons que votre retourne, tout va bien se passer.

    Bon retour et bienvenu sur la Terre !


    Comment by Ali — September 28, 2006 @ 6:35 pm

  12. dear mrs.ansari,
    I am proud of you,i hope a safe return for you

    Comment by pezhman mobasher — September 28, 2006 @ 6:40 pm

  13. Dear Anousheh, I wish you a safe landing and I can’t wait to hear your interesting experience you are bringing us from up there. I have gone through all your messages hundred and hudred times and no matter how much I read them,there’s still a thirst inside me to read your beautiful and touching messages.Thx for sharing this beautiful experience with us. Im Proud Of You. Look 4ward to hear ur safe landing and see u live on TV.
    Lots of Luv xXx Nafi3

    Comment by Nafiseh — September 28, 2006 @ 7:07 pm

  14. Merveilleuse Anousheh,

    Dans toutes les langues, la joie est féminime !

    Ton sourire illuminera longtemps les étoiles

    et ton rire raisonnera tout aussi longtemps dans l’espace.

    Merci de nous faire partager aussi généreusement
    et d’une aussi belle façon, cette expérience
    vécue de manière à la fois trés professionnelle et
    avec beaucoup de sensibilité.

    A bientôt, magicienne de l’espace !

    Petit Pierre

    Comment by Petit Pierre — September 28, 2006 @ 7:09 pm

  15. setareye parsi,be koreye khaki khosh amadid,

    Comment by pezhman mobasher — September 28, 2006 @ 7:18 pm

  16. Dear Anousheh,
    I just got lucky enough to catch your last few minutes on NASA TV before you guys undocked…..I had mixed feelings just like you did, and I could tell by the look on the faces of all my other co-workers who had gathered around one computer to watch you, that they were feeling the same! We are so happy to have you back on Earth again, I’ll keep praying until I hear you touch down safe and sound, just as I am sure so many others will be thinking of you and praying for your safe return.
    You have been the most amazing inspiration……..
    Khoda Negahdaar

    Comment by Maryam Ebtehadj — September 28, 2006 @ 7:20 pm

  17. Quelle chance! Je suis Français et passioné d’astronomie, de physique… Ca doit être génial de se retrouver à des centaines de kilomètres de la Terre et de faire le tour d’elle en 1h30! Je pense que l’apeusanteur doit être une senastion très agréable et hors du commun (je vous envie!). Je voudrais savoir quelle accélération (en G) avez-vous subit au décolage de Soyouz? Es ce vrai que dans ISS le bruit des système de ventilation sont très imporatants?
    En tous les cas bravo pour être devenue la première touriste de l’espace (au féminin). Et bienvenue sur Terre!
    Au revoir.

    PS: Pourquoi n’avez-vous pas publiés de messages en Français?

    Comment by Nono — September 28, 2006 @ 7:20 pm

  18. سلام خانم انوشه انصاری بسیار گرامی…مطمئن باشید به هنگام بازگشت، هزاران قلب برای آرامش و تندرستی تان سریعتر می تپند و این انباشت عظیم انرژی، ضامن سلامتی شماست…پس ذره ای استرس و نگرانی به خود راه ندهید،همه ما دوستتان داریم

    آرمین ایثاریان

    Comment by Armin Isarian — September 28, 2006 @ 7:22 pm

  19. salam انوشه عزیز دوستت داریم و به خاطر کار بسیار بزرگت ترا میستاییم.دعا می کنم که فردا سلامت به کره خاکی مادری برگردی .به امید دیدن روی ماهت در زمین-زهرا ابراهیم خانی

    Comment by zahra — September 28, 2006 @ 7:27 pm

  20. Dear Eng.Anousheh,

    Hello,I hope everything is Ok with you in your spacecraft and you will come back on Earth healthy and happy.
    I congratulate you on your success from the deapest parts of my heart.
    I am a young physicist-26 years old and M.Sc in Photonics-.
    I really became happy when I heard about you and your risk.

    Best wishes for you and your collegues,

    Comment by Maryam Boozarjmehr — September 28, 2006 @ 7:34 pm

  21. انوشه عزيزم : سلام
    نمي تونم بگم با خوندن پست قبل و به دنبالش اين پست چه احسلسي داشتم….با خوندن نوشته هاي اينجا درك احساستون و لذتي كه از بودن در فضا مي بريد كار سختي نيست..هر چي بيشتر مي نوشتيد منم بيشتر به اين فكر مي افتادم كه چه جوري مي خواهيد دل بكنيد؟ واقعا سخته! با اينكه مشتاقانه منتظرم كه شما رو روي زمين و در ايران ببينم ولي از يه طرف خيلي دوست داشتم كه شما مي تونستيد بيشتر اون بالا باشيد ..چون فكر مي كنم كه ارزش روياتون.. و خدماتي كه در اين راه انجام داديد بيشتر از 11-10 روز اقامت باشه!
    انوشه عزيزم
    از ته دل آرزو مي كنم كه برگشتي امن و آسوده داشته باشي و بتوني باز هم به اين سفر بري
    بانوي موفق فضا
    وقتي براي آخرين بار از اون بالا به زمين نگاه مي كني ازش بخواه كه به همان آرامي باشد كه در اين چند روز بود
    قول بده وقتي بعد از اين مدت براي اولين بار هواي وطنت-زمين- رو به درون ريه هات هدايت مي كني از خدا بخواي در زمين هم به همان اندازه نزديك باشه كه در فضا
    دختر ايران
    مردم ايران زمين به تو افتخار مي كنند نه به خاطر اولين ايراني كه به فضا رفتي بلكه به خاطر موفقيتي كه با تلاش و پشتكار خودت به دست آوردي به خاطر قدرتت به خاطر آرامشت و به خاطر لبخند زبايي كه در تمام تصاويري كه ارسال شده به همراه داري و مردم رو به داشتنش دعوت كردي اميدوارم يه روزي برسه كه آدماي روي زمين چشمشون رو به زيبايي ها باز كنند..يه روزي كه مجبور نباشيم براي حفظ زمين-وطنمون- و حفظ مردم زميني-هموطنامون-و حفظ زيبايي هاي اون - تنها اميد زندگيمون- دست به مقابله با افراد قدرتمند بزنيم ..يه روزي كه همه ي آدما بيدار بشن و ببينن :
    كه اين نازنين را بشر كشته است
    شاد باشي و موفق

    Comment by ياسي — September 28, 2006 @ 7:34 pm

  22. ye sar bia iran anousheh
    khosh migzare motmaen bash

    Comment by ahmad — September 28, 2006 @ 7:35 pm

  23. Dear Anoush,

    The way you describe weigthlessness is very inspiring, it even evoke some spiritual weigtlessness (freedom of mind from the gravity of earthly thoughts). I had one question about the ‘appel’.How long those it keep moving when you rotate it ? I mean is it imaginable that it keeps on moving like the earth.

    Bests Wishes,


    Comment by armin — September 28, 2006 @ 7:51 pm

  24. Dear Anousheh,

    You are number one ( Nomrat Bist ), I hope a safe return to home.

    We love you.

    Ich wuenche dir alles gute und gute ruckflug.
    Viele Gruesse und Liebe.

    Ali- Azam- Pouria from Germany

    Comment by Ali Rezaei — September 28, 2006 @ 7:55 pm

  25. Salam
    Dear Ms.Anousheh Ansari;

    I dont know how should I explain my feeling about space!!!just I know I had a dream to be in ISS like you.But you are the best choice to be first iranain astounaunt.I hope u come back safe and sound and its not only your trip,its our trip to sapce too and I cant really explian my feling just I appreciate you for the chance that you give us to see and think more and should be thankful of showing the way o us.

    Best Wishes Anousheh
    You will be in our mind

    Comment by Kaveh — September 28, 2006 @ 8:05 pm

  26. heloo anoosheh
    i love you

    Comment by dejan — September 28, 2006 @ 8:12 pm

  27. Hi my dear anousheh
    with the best greating and the best wishes
    I hope that you return to the earth in the best conditions and safty landed.This is very intersting for me and i am very happy as an iranian man because of all of this hanoures about you as
    the first iranian female scintist in space and its related sciences.
    good time
    sincerly yours;fazel goudarzi-tehran

    Comment by fazel — September 28, 2006 @ 8:14 pm

  28. salam: anousheh joon man az shahre kaviriye kerman vaghe dar keshvare azizemon iran ba shoma sohbat mikonam. to eftekhare iran va jahani. kheyli doset daram . manam mesle to asheghe faza hastam midonam saret shologhe vali azat mikham baram email bezani va az khodet picture beferesti be addres [received] momnonam ke vaght gozashti va payame mano khondi . mer30

    Comment by mojtaba iranmanesh — September 28, 2006 @ 8:18 pm

  29. My greatest congratulations! Humans have an instinct, some take care of animals, some of ill people, and now your are showing the world another view… the view that we are capable of doing so many extraordinary things like going out to the space…
    My best wishes on your trip to earth…

    From South America with love!

    Comment by Sharon — September 28, 2006 @ 8:31 pm

  30. Anousheh:

    Godspeed on your return voyage to Earth, I think it is safe to say that the whole world is now watching your adventure thanks to your willingness to share it with us. I hope to one day experience spaceflight myself, thanks for another dose of inspiration to keep my eyes on the prize.

    Peace, love and ad astra per ardua!

    David J. Hewitt
    Huntsville, Alabama, USA

    Comment by David J. Hewitt — September 28, 2006 @ 8:32 pm

  31. Hi Anousheh,
    I really enoyed of your jumpsuit an your inteligent idea to paste the lable of your name on part of the Iranian flag;) You are really smart.
    Wish you safe and interesting landing and wish you continue your blog afterwards. This should be the first chapter of your book not the end.
    You gave us lots of energy and a beautiful mind and also a clear view of the life of up there. Now when we go to bed we will think about those people who are staying and working up there to improve our underestanding of life and making a better world.
    see you on land,
    We are with you,

    Comment by Shahram — September 28, 2006 @ 8:37 pm

  32. Dear Anousheh,
    how is every thing up there?
    i wish u come back safe
    with love

    Comment by faezeh — September 28, 2006 @ 8:42 pm

  33. I hope to see and hear and read more about you in futuer.
    I wish you a safe comeback!

    Comment by keikavos — September 28, 2006 @ 8:45 pm

  34. What an amazing and awesome adventure you must be having. Ahhh, to be you….

    Comment by Lou (Linda) — September 28, 2006 @ 10:08 pm

  35. Dear Anoushe,
    I want to tell you me and my wife(anooshe)are proud of you as Iranian. We hope you are fine and enjoying your journey. We are going to be like you successful in the future because We are studying Msc.Electronic/computer same as you .
    Take care and best wishes
    Amir & Anooshe

    Comment by Amir Shad — September 28, 2006 @ 10:09 pm

  36. Hi, Anousheh… it has truly been a unique privilege in this life to have been a witness to what you have brought to this troubled world at this moment. You have been given a unique gift. As you so eloquently put it…

    “…to start something that is contagious and that it would make all the young people in the world to unite and change our world…”

    …you have indeed done that, Anousheh… your role in the furtherance of that goal is what now lies before you…

    …so what is next…?

    …and cheers for a happy landing… you are due to deorbit in just a couple of hours, so you will not read this for quite a bit… hope it was fun and exciting!


    Comment by leyman — September 28, 2006 @ 11:02 pm

  37. […] There’s also some great videos including a Ham Radio conversation she makes with school kids from Coloma Junior High School and her farewell message from the ISS. […]

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  38. salam
    Dear Anoushe,
    We’re so proud of you,Thing’s you did are big encourage for young Irainians like me to work harder for their hopes.
    We’re a little irainian group wich works on rescue robots.
    Best wishes for you,and with God speed.
    Reza Razavi

    Comment by Reza Razavi — September 28, 2006 @ 11:11 pm

  39. Wow, I just can’t even imagine how it’d be like to be up there and watch the Earth from space. I’m sure it’s an awsome view! Well let me congratulate you for achieving such a terrific goal; being in outter space has been my dream since I was a child! I hope you have a safe return; there are people down here eagerly waiting to see you and hear from your experiences. Now, I read part of a Spanish-translated part of your blog and how you describe the view of Earth from space is so wonderfully written that I just felt like I was seeing a distant planet somewhere in other galaxy. In addition, what you said about a world without wars is totally fantastic; I wish people down here could understand how beautiful our “Blue Home” is so that we could learn to take better care of it. And now I think I should be going, if not, I won’t have enough room to write all I want to write; nevertheless, I couldn’t go without congratulating you again and thanking you for sharing your experience in the ISS with all of us! Take care and enjoy your unique opportunity of seeing the Earth from above.

    Comment by Jhon — September 28, 2006 @ 11:22 pm

  40. From 30+ countries across the globe, the delegates of the 2006 Space Generation Congress gather to fulfill your dream: young people uniting across borders to change the world. We are currently meeting in Valencia, Spain, to create a Youth Space Resolution and Space Generation Strategic Plan to guide us as we move forward over the next year. Our theme, “Explorers Wanted: Building our future in space”, gives us personal responsibility for making our dreams a reality.

    The Space Generation owes our existance to the aswesome vision of Todd Hawley, Bob Richards, and Peter Diamandis. Each year we share the stories of the founding of ISU to show how a few people can make a huge difference in the world. Thank you for showing us–again–that it CAN be done, no matter what “it” is!

    Thank you, thank you, thank you for sharing your space flight experience with us in a way no one has ever done before. You are generous beyond words. We are touched, moved, and inspired.

    Tim Bailey, Event Manager,
    On behalf of the delegates and staff of the 2006 Space Generation Congress

    Comment by Tim Bailey — September 28, 2006 @ 11:33 pm

  41. salam va drod faravan be anoshe khanom :
    alan 1 saate ke mikham bray shoma yk chizi benevisam vali nemidonam che chizi ziba va gashanghi benevisam ke shoma ro khoshhal kone ???fagat mikhastam begam ke az vaghti ke website shoma ro didam va ba afkar va ideahaye shoma ashna shodam khili dars gereftam va midonam ke milionha nafar az hame jaye zamin daran shoma ro donbal mikonand va az shoma dars mighiran…midonam ke vojod shoma por az nor va eshgh hast,shoma vaghean baees eftekhar hame mardom donya hastid,baese eftekhare hame iraniha hastid,,,emroz sobh mikham namaz bekhonam va bray salamati shoma doa konam,,,az khoda mikham ke shoma ro hefz kon ve in ro bedonid ke galbe hame ma ba shoma ast anoshe khanom…lotfan az on bala balaha bray man doa konid ke galbe man ham mesle shoma por az garma va nor va eshgh beshe ,,,movazeb khodet bash anoshe khanom,,,hame ma montazere shoma roye zamin hastim…
    khodaye bozorg negahdar va hafez shoma bashe.
    payam az roma/italia

    Comment by salam — September 29, 2006 @ 12:19 am

  42. با درود بر شیر زن فضائی .میدانی که زیاد نمی توانی انجا باشید چرا که این جازبه عظیم دوستارانت شما را به شلامتی به کره مادری میکشاند.با ارزوی سلامتی و موفقیعت روز افزون شما را خواستارم.ایران هلند

    Comment by hosseiny — September 29, 2006 @ 2:09 am

  43. سلام بر تو ای افتخار ایران زمین
    درورد و درود بر تو …..

    نمی دونم چگونه خوشحالیم را پنهان نکنم
    امیدوارم همواره با خانواده خود صحیح و سالم به قله های افتخار برسی

    دوست دار موفقیتهای روز افزون تو
    داود صدیقی

    Comment by Davood Sedighi — September 29, 2006 @ 2:16 am

  44. انوشه عزیز.سلام
    امیدوارم که سلامت وباآرامش به زمین برگردی
    دلم می خواد یه روز تو رو از نزدیک ببینم ویبشتر با افکار تو آشنا بشم.هر چند که الان تو به همه زمین تغلق داری.اما بااین وجود خوشحالم که یه ایرانی هستم و به تو افتخار می کنم
    امیدوارم که یک روز من هم مایه غرور و سر بلندی تو بشم
    به امید روز های خیلی خیلی بهتری برای تو

    Comment by مهسا — September 29, 2006 @ 2:46 am

  45. Hi Dear Anousheh
    thanks for your giant step to space as iranian woman and also persian people, this step gave us this hope ;” you made your dreams come true, so we can do it if we try hard as you did”
    you see earth blue and calm as a peace and part of it white as a purity ,you are seeing what a kind mother earth we have. I hope after your success people of iran look up to their hopes and dreams and try more to reach their goals.
    best wishes


    Comment by Bahram — September 29, 2006 @ 2:46 am

  46. Dear Anousheh,
    You are another beautiful shining star up in the sky. You look beautiful in your magnificent jumpsuit with the American and Iranian flags on it; you make people of both nations proud of you. When I watch your videos I realize that you are more beautiful inside and thoughtful with your messages.

    Another proud Iranian-American
    Have a safe trip home.
    My Prayers are with you.

    Comment by Assad Zamani — September 29, 2006 @ 3:18 am

  47. با كمال افتخار بر تو درود مي فرستم به اميد ديدارت درماه

    Comment by Saeed Shokouhi — September 29, 2006 @ 3:38 am

  48. سلام خانم انوشه انصاری
    الآن که دارم این یادداشت را برایت می نویسم ساعت 0835 روز جمعه مورخه85/7/7 است. یعنی چند ساعت بعد از اینکه که شما به کره خاکی مجدداً پا نهادید. باور کنید من از دوران کودکی و نوجوانی به آسمان و ستارگان مخصوصاً در شب علاقه خاصی داشته ام ، ولی از وقتی که شنیدم یک خانم ایرانی بنام انوشه انصاری قرار است به فضا برود از خوشحالی و شور و شعف از خود بیخود شده بودم انگار که خودم را در فضا احساس می کردم و باور کنید در اکثر مواقع بعلت اینک دسترسی به شیکه تلویزیونی خاصی نداشتم و و همچنین بیشتر اوقات نیز سر کار بودم از طریق اینترنت بصورت مستقیم از طریق شبکه اختصاصی ناسا از لحظه پرتاب شما به فضا تا آخرین لحظاتی که شما در فضا بودید را با علاقه خاصی دنبال می کردم. من حتی می خواستم لحظه فرود شما به زمین را که رآس ساعت 0430 بوقت ایران اعلام شده بود را از طریق اینترنت ببینم که متأسفانه خواب موندم. خیلی نوشتم و حتماً برای خواندنش وقت گرانبهای شما را خواهم گرفت پیشاپیش عذر خواهی می کنم. امیدوارم در هر جای این جهان پهناور که هستید اول بعنوان یک انسان مفید و دوم بعنوان یک ایرانی موفق و مؤید و پیروز باشید.
    با آرزوی بهترین ها برای شما سرکار خانم انوشه انصاری

    Comment by داریوش شهریاری — September 29, 2006 @ 5:29 am

  49. Great job! I’m really proud of what you’ve accomplished.

    Navid - Canada

    Comment by Navid Mehregani — September 29, 2006 @ 5:44 am

  50. salam khosh omadi .montazeretam badan mano mishnasi .vakht kardi sari ham be iran bezan.in ham ie rahnamaii

    Comment by ufo_khashaiar — September 29, 2006 @ 5:55 am

  51. Dear Anousheh
    Well done!we all iranians inside Iran proud of you . your name will be engraved in history of Iran forever.
    Mehdi from Ghazvin

    Comment by Mehdi Zarini — September 29, 2006 @ 6:56 am

  52. Dear Mrs. Ansari,

    Absolutely you are received any word in any languages human talk that describes your great action. Then accept me it’s very hard to find any new word for your job to be done.

    Simply I want to tell you and you have to believe it, any Iranian including me and my family proud of you.

    Wish you a life full of health and success.

    Warm Regards
    Kish Island

    Comment by Alireza Mirhadi — September 29, 2006 @ 8:16 am

  53. Dear Anousheh,
    Welcome back to the planet Earth.

    Comment by Cyrus Hayat — September 29, 2006 @ 8:30 am

  54. Anousheh
    ” What a fantastic and wonderful woman….”. Thomas comment (#10)is mine and every “earthling” I know.

    Khaled from Tripoli-Libya

    Comment by Khaled — September 29, 2006 @ 8:51 am

  55. سلام بر فضانوردايران انوشه عزيز
    اميدوارم تا الآن سفر خوبي پشت سر گذاشته باشيد من هم مثل شما آرزوي سفر به فضاو ديدن شگفتيهاي درون آن را دارم ولي فكر نمي كنم هيچ وقت بهش دست پيدا كنم.من هرروز نوشتههاي جذاب ودقيق شما را مي خوانم اما خواهشي كه از شمادارم اين است كه گوشه اي از تجربيات بي كران خود رابه صورت عكسهاي بيشتر وفيلمهاي قابل دانلود از سغر هيجان انگيز خودد در اختيار من وامثال من قرار دهيد
    شما مايه افتخار تمام ايرانيان در سراسر دنيا هستيد با آرزوي موفقيت شما در زندگي

    آيدا 18ساله ايران

    Comment by Aida — September 29, 2006 @ 9:17 am

  56. I’m really proud of this inspiring &courageous women. Mrs.Anousheh, you have by this singular trip challenged the whole of humanity to PURSUE, OVERTAKE & RECOVER any positive desire of their heart. I wish you safe & eventful trip back to earth.
    Ayodeji-from Lagos, Nigeria.

    Comment by Ayodeji — September 29, 2006 @ 9:24 am

  57. Anousheh,
    You are a credit to women and your country. Happy landing and
    Good luck from Ireland!

    Comment by misslionheart — September 29, 2006 @ 9:53 am

  58. سرکار خانم انصاری سلام
    رسیدن بخیر
    من هم مثل شما از بچه گی آرزوی سفر به فضا را میبروروندم اما نه تنها الان بلکه در آینده هم تصور نمیکنم به این خواستم برسم
    همیشه از زمین به آسمان نگاه کردم و میکنم و بعضا با ابزارهای موجود به کنکاش فضا برداختم
    از زمانی که متوجه شدم قرار هست به فضا برین ،اخبارتون را دنبال کردم و هر روز حدود 5-6 ساعت وقتم را در نگاه کردن به تصاویر مستقیم از طریق اینترنت گذراندم
    لحظه ای که رسیدین به استگاه و سفینه شما با استگاه برخورد کرد و کمی به عقب برگشت ، به قدری هیجان انگیز بود که اشکم در اومد.
    تمام این 11 روز از طریق اینترنت نگاه میکردم به تصاویر ارسالی از سایوز و ناسا
    لذت زیادی بردم و میدونم که این لذت برای شما که در عمق واقعه بودید یه شگفتی بوده و تا ابد در ذهن شما و همه کسانی که دنبال میکردند خواهد ماند.
    امیدوارم این سفر برای بسیاری از کسانی که آرزو دارن تسهیل و امکان بذیر بشه
    تصاویر شما نشون میداد که فضا روی چهره ی شما و عضلاتتون تاثیر گذاشته بود !
    در آینده مشتاقم از تحقیقاتی که کردین در صورت امکان با خبر بشم و شاید روزی بتونم ملاقاتتون کنم
    بدرود و خدا نگهدارتون باشه
    مهرداد سلطانی نیا
    ایران - اصفهان 2006

    Comment by Mehrdad Soltani nia — September 29, 2006 @ 10:09 am

  59. salam. az inke be salamat be zamin bazgashtid khoshhalam.
    omidvaram be ahdaf khod ke hamana solh , azadi baraye hame jahanian ast reside bashid.
    Ehsan Mirzade

    Comment by Ehsan-Mashad — September 29, 2006 @ 10:22 am

  60. زندگی صحنه یکتای هنرمندی ماست —هر کسی نغمه خود خواند از صحنه رود

    صحنه پیوسته بجاست —-خرم آن نغمه که مردم بسپارند بجای

    محمد جواد

    Comment by محمد جواد — September 29, 2006 @ 10:50 am

  61. سلام بر شما
    به خاطر بدنیا آمدن اولین فرزندم در نه روز پیش و شلوغی های معمول و متعارف مربوط به تولد، نتوانستم به طور پیگیر و مستمر از طریق وبلاگتون با شما در تماس باشم و از تجربیات و احساساتتون با خبر بشم که از این بابت واقعا متاسفم…اما نکته ای که خیلی باعث حیرتم شد،(با توجه به اطلاعات ضبط شده در سایت)این بود که آمار کمیّ (و نه البته کیفی)مراجعه کنندگان و کسانی که پیغام گذاشته بودند،بسیار کمتر از حد مورد انتظار بود و من فکر می کنم این مسئله کاملا از جنبه های جامعه شناختی قابل تامل است…اتفاقی تا این حد با اهمیت و توجهی تا این حد کم، تنها با یک رویکرد می تواند قابل توجیه باشد و آن چیزی نیست جز درگیری های معیشتی و گرفتاری های روزمره که موجب شده مردم ما(عموما) جز تا دوازده سانتیمتری خود را نبینند واین تا چه حد مقوله ای جبری است نمی دانم…به هر حال من از طرف تمام کسانی که نتوانستند یاگرفتار بودند یا اصلا درباره سفر های فضایی چیزی نمی دانند و… برایتان آرزوی سلامتی و تندرستی می کنم و امیدوارم به سلامت به زمین برگردید
    آرمین ایثاریان

    Comment by armin isarian — September 29, 2006 @ 11:46 am

  62. به خانه خوش امدید

    Comment by مسعود — September 29, 2006 @ 12:22 pm

  63. Doroud be shoma shir zan Irani .
    Tabrik be shoma va tamam kasani ke montazere bazgasht pirozmandaneh shoma az faza bodand
    Ta dorodi digar bedroooood

    Comment by A.KHATIRI — September 29, 2006 @ 1:09 pm

  64. Hi!

    Comment by PINTU — September 29, 2006 @ 1:30 pm

  65. salam.asghar hastam az mahmoud abad.(mazandaran).az inke name iran ra bar faraz in jahan tanin andaz kardeheid besyar khorsandim.

    Comment by asghar shokri — September 29, 2006 @ 5:46 pm

  66. dorood
    kheili ehsase ghooroor mikonam ke yek irani dar in safar boode va be shoma tabrik migham bekhatere in movafaghiat
    khosh zi bi hich palidi

    Comment by pezhham — September 29, 2006 @ 6:47 pm

  67. سلام
    انوشه عزیز
    آرزو می کنم همیشه بر فراز موفقیتها و افتخارات باشی

    Comment by panthea — September 29, 2006 @ 7:05 pm

  68. سلام انوشه جان
    امیدوارم که خوب باشید .من هم مثل شما خیلی دوست دارم به فضا بروم وزمین را از آنجا ببینم.
    دوستدار شما .
    بهاره و عرفان

    Comment by Bahareh — September 29, 2006 @ 7:08 pm

  69. سلام ای سنبل وحدت و دوستی بشریت
    ای انسان توانا که شجاعانه بر عرصه آسمان تاختی تا گام بزرگی در جهت پیشرفت و زدودن جهل برداشتی
    شما سنبل و الگوی خوبی برای تمتم کسانی هستین که توانایی مالی دارند اما فقط برای آرزوهای غیرعلمی و کوتاه خرج میکنند منتظر درخشش دوباره شما در جهان هستم در تمام این 11 روز برای شما دعا کردم
    احمد محمدی از اردبیل

    Comment by احمد محمدی اوچبلاغ — September 29, 2006 @ 7:25 pm


    Comment by soroush — September 29, 2006 @ 7:33 pm

  71. salam
    vorode shoma ra be in koreye khaki tabrik migouyam .
    be moide mofaghiyat haye rozafzone shoma.

    Comment by Behnaz — September 29, 2006 @ 8:52 pm

  72. Dear Anousheh jan
    I am so happy to hear about your safe landing.Thankyou for motivating young people all of the world especially in Iran.According to Elham,KHOSH BE HALLET!!!
    Please write to me . Lots of love Samira Heidari

    Comment by samira(classmate) — September 29, 2006 @ 9:26 pm

  73. سلام خانومه انصاری امروز خبره خوشحال کننده برگشته شمارو شنيدم باورم نميشه که شما اين متن رو بخونيد امّا کاش ميدونستيد که شما باعث شديد که روحيه جنگندگی برای رسيدن به اهداف بزرگ در من افزايش پيدا کنه
    وقتی ميبينم که شما به عنوانه يه ايرانی به اين افتخاره بزرگ رسيديد با خودم ميگم منم يه ايرانيم پس ميتونم. به اميده ديداره شما در ايران خدانگهدار

    Comment by محمدعلی — September 29, 2006 @ 10:02 pm

  74. I pray that after your return, in some way you can make use of your wondrous journey to promote peace and understanding. Especially, I hope and pray that you can visit Iran, give lots of encouragement and hope to the young people there, and also help bring about a broader understanding

    Comment by Douglas Westerman — September 29, 2006 @ 10:05 pm

  75. It is wonderfully appropriate that an Iranian-American woman is the first non-NASA based American woman to go into space. First of all, my experience as a vistor to Iran showed me how strong Iranian women are. Now more people will know the strength of Iranian women.

    Secondly, Iranian-Americans are some of the most educated and entrepreneurial groups we have in our country. It is time that was recognized.

    And third, Anousheh’s trip is a metaphor for peace between our two countries, which I hope will become a reality soon.

    Anousheh, I hope that you can use your goodwill and influence to communicate to all the citizens of the world, both young and old, in both developed and developing countries (where industrialization is so rapid and polluting), how fragile our planet Earth is, and how they can help preserve it. You have had a view from space that only a few people will ever get, and you have the charisma and strength of will to make a difference.


    Comment by Marcia Franklin — September 29, 2006 @ 10:07 pm

  76. Dear,
    First of all. Thanks for bringing intelligent, talanted and charming space tourism to reality. Only good can come from this.

    Second. As your friend mentioned on the first page, I would not like you to be “The Little Princess” as renamed from the famous story, where the prince dies! You are great as Anousheh! I like the sound of your name, eventhough I don’t know what it means. But now it has taken on a meaning of its own. :)

    May the stars be with you, as you will be part of them.


    Comment by Guy Joachim Emanuel — September 29, 2006 @ 10:12 pm

  77. What else can i say but simply BRAVO!!!
    You really have proved yourself worthy of an ambassador of not just your country but of the ‘ entire world’ to Outer space!

    I am so glad that our good God granted you n the others a save trip back to mother earth. I say, may the stars out there millions n millions of miles away still remain your starting point. Welcome back once again ambassador Anousheh,

    Chukwudi from NIGERIA

    Comment by Anyafulu Chukwudi — September 29, 2006 @ 10:16 pm

  78. salam az inke shoma be onvane yek Irani va avalain zane Irani be faza raftin besiyar khosh halam va mayey sarafrazi ast baray ma

    va az inke besalamt bargashti khosh halam va omidvaram ke hamishe movafagh va mayey sarfarazi Iran va Irani bashi

    Comment by Reza Akbari — September 30, 2006 @ 1:52 am

  79. انوشه عزيز سلام و درود بر تو ورودت را به اين كره خاكي از صميم قلب تبريك ميگومبراي رسيدن به اين هدف والا فرايند بزرگي را طي كردي براي ما و تمام جهانيان بگو عوامل موفقيتتت چي بود خانم دوست داشتني ايراندستانت را از راه دور ميفشارم خسته نباشي لبخند گرم شما انرژي مضاعفي براي ماست موفق باشيد منتظر خبرهاي خوبتانيم
    .فرزين شاهمرادي مقدم

    Comment by farzin shahmoradi — September 30, 2006 @ 1:55 am

  80. Hi and welcom
    we take a pride in U.

    khoda haafez

    Comment by Mahdi Karamati — September 30, 2006 @ 3:09 am

  81. Amazing.

    Anousheh, I’m glad you have come to the realization that there are literally millions of people on Earth that feel the same as you do about the world.

    I know you will be a great ambassador of World Peace for the rest of your life.

    You’ve been a great example. Thank you multiplied by the infinity of space!!!

    Do write a book, and do include this blog and everyone’s posts in it. I have a photo that I hope reminds you of your trip in space:

    Can you guess where on Earth it is?

    Comment by Kianoosh — September 30, 2006 @ 3:11 am

  82. Welcome back, Mrs Anousheh we are proud of all what you’ve done. Thanks. You inspired me!

    Miami, Fl, USA

    Comment by For a Great Woman! — September 30, 2006 @ 3:17 am

  83. Anousheye azizam salam;
    besiar khoshhalam ke khabare bazgashte shoma ro shenidam,man ba bisabri khabarhaye shoma ro az faza donbal mikardam.be onvane yek zane irani be khod mibalam az inke shoma nokhostin zane shojaee boodidi ke tan be in safar dadid.
    omidvaram ke baz ham be arezooyetaan ke safare dobare be fazast beresid!!az shoam yad gereftam ke residan be har anche ke mikhaahim mahal nist agar talash konim.man az ghalbe kavire iran,Yazd,baraye shoam minevisam,doostetoon daramm..omidvaram hamishe salem,shad va movafagh bashid.
    Jamileh az Yazd

    Comment by Jamileh Atefian — September 30, 2006 @ 5:01 am

  84. hi dear Anoushe,
    I’m so glad that your trip ended with succes.we are proud of you.
    I love you
    shiva, IRAN

    Comment by shiva — September 30, 2006 @ 5:44 am

  85. خانم انصاري/ من 10 سال ام.خواستم بگويم شما به من اميد داديد تا در زندگي موفق شوم.من هر شب رو به اسمان و ستاره ها براي شما دعا كردم كه سالم برگرديد.خوشحالم كه سالم امديد.مي توانيد حواب من را بدهيد تا در دفترم بگذارم.خداحافظ/امير رضا

    Comment by AMIR REZA(KASRA)Tehran — September 30, 2006 @ 7:20 am

  86. A superb blog! My children enjoy reading the blog and they now know they can achieve something (impossible) through hard work. Thanks Anousheh.

    Comment by Asmat Nizam — September 30, 2006 @ 7:56 am

  87. salam anooshe aziz
    salamat va javdane bashi

    Comment by bita — September 30, 2006 @ 8:00 am

  88. Dear Anousheh:
    your memories from the space really affected me.and hitted me to wake up.all these days I am thinking about you how free you are over there as if you are in heaven and it seems as if a person in heaven is talking to me.I haven`t heard such a tone in my life.It shouldn`t be an earthy person.Thank you anousheh for coming and tapping to my heart.I am all in tears as I am writing.be sure that you are always in my mind and for the rest of my life you in me is trying to wake me and tell good advice to me somthing like good ego.This is my real emothion and I hope you read it.you are always with me.thoes days you were in space I looked up in the sky and talked to you and prayed for you.I named a star anousheh for myself and I look at it and it teaches me good lesson everynight when I look at it.
    You sister leila

    Comment by leila — September 30, 2006 @ 8:02 am

  89. انوشه جان سلام اسم من زهرا الهی است من کلاس سوم دبستان هستم من روزاول مهر به همراه مامان وبابا بالی پشت بام رفتم تا شما را ببینم من از پایین خیلی برای شما دست تکان دادم شما هم مرا دیدید ؟من قبلا نمیدانستم می خواهم جه کاره شوم ولی حالا می خواهم فضانورد بشوممن تمام عکس های شما را جمع کرده ام موفق باشی

    Comment by زهرا الهی — September 30, 2006 @ 8:08 am

  90. سلام خانم انصاري
    من هم از ديدن پرچم ايران روي لباس شما واقعا به وجد اومدم. اميدوارم كه بعد از برگشتن به زمين تصميم بگيريد كه يك سفر به ايران داشته باشيد تا خوشحالي ايراني ها دو چندان بشه.
    موفق باشيد.
    زنده و آزاد باد ايران

    Comment by saeidreza — September 30, 2006 @ 8:20 am

  91. سلام انوشه عزيز
    خيلي خوشحال شدم وقتي شنيدم كه قراره يه ايراني بره به فضا . خدارو شكر كه به سلامت به زمين امديد
    اميد وارم كه هميشه تو كارهات موفق باشي و هرجا كه هستي پيروز و سر بلند باشي
    به اميد ديدار شما در ايران
    رضا نمازي از شهر دزفول

    Comment by رضا نمازي — September 30, 2006 @ 9:06 am

  92. سلام بر تو شیرزن . نشون دادی که خواستن توانستن است به امید اینکخ در زندگیت موفق باشی . راستی ایرانیان به تو افتخاری دو چندان میکنند.

    Comment by Amir — September 30, 2006 @ 10:51 am

  93. Hi Anousheh,

    Welcome back. It was wonderful of you to have given us the experience over there! I felt myself undergone the space odyssey !

    As a fellow blogger, ofcourse in my native Tamil, I feel proud of your blog. Thank you once again for your lucid style of blogging bereft of any technocrat’s jargons.

    I reciprocate you in saying “Let us save this beautiful world !!”

    Comment by Manian — September 30, 2006 @ 11:29 am

  94. انوشه جان
    ما ايرانيان به تو افتخار ميكنيم به اميد ديدنت در ايران

    منوجهر ,بروجرد

    Comment by منوجهر — September 30, 2006 @ 11:54 am

  95. Dear Anousheh,
    Hello. First of all glad to know you are back to Earth safe and sound. If possible I would like to travel into space AND BACK AGAIN because though it is mysteriously exciting out there, yet there is nothing like home where I can do anything without being hooked up to anything to keep me living and all my family members, relatives and friends are around. It will take many, many, many more years when science fiction’s technology is available and everyone can travel into space freely, meaning there is no need for one to wear such clumsy but important gear and it would not cost more than what was reported by the news and even the not so healthy people can travel. By that time, we will already have gone home to be with the Lord. So at this present time, being able to travel into space is indeed a great privilege.

    Comment by Sarawakian — September 30, 2006 @ 12:53 pm

  96. Thanks for giving us such a new and unique perspective on life in space. I hope your action inspires millions of people.

    Comment by Capt. Picard — September 30, 2006 @ 2:31 pm

  97. Dear Anousheh

    You are such an awesome person. Thank you so much for sharing your experience with the rest of the world. World leaders could gain from your perspective on life and school children will be inspired by your stories.

    Bless you abd peace always,


    Comment by Brian Tremaine — September 30, 2006 @ 3:54 pm

  98. Dear Anousheh,
    I want to know if you get my Mail in persian or not.

    Comment by Amir.Boghratian — September 30, 2006 @ 4:26 pm

  99. خانم انصاری عزیز
    ایرانیان در سراسر کره خاک اقدام خطیر شما را ارج مینهندو بدان می بالند.

    Comment by kataneh — September 30, 2006 @ 8:53 pm

  100. Hey Salam and Congratulations….
    chances are very LOOOOOOOWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWw you are actually going to read this but, hey, Welcome Back and Congratulations! :D….

    Comment by Zain — September 30, 2006 @ 11:43 pm

  101. Wow! what can I say? Congratulations you truly are a terrific woman!. . . I hope you achieve all your goals and truly you started a difference and your experience will change the world forever!. . .

    I wish i can be like you! Welcome back!

    Comment by Liberty Armijo from Philippines — October 1, 2006 @ 2:14 am

  102. Salam!

    What an achievement? HATS OFF TO U. you are a Great Woman and I am proud to be a woman.

    Wish You good luck for a SAFE LANDING

    Comment by alphya — October 1, 2006 @ 10:38 am

  103. من واقعا خوشحالم که می بینم بانویی شجاع از میهن سلحشورمان ارزوی چندین ساله مارا به انجام رسانیده وباردیگر نام ایران رابرسرزبان هاانداخته است.
    امیداست باارج نهادن این عمل خود نیز قدمهای استوارتری درراه علم بگزاریم وبا ادای دین خودمان به میهن اسلامی دراین راه گام برداریم
    در اخر خواهشی دارم که ممکن است مسخره به حساب بیاید اماخواهشمندم به صندوق الکترونیکی من چیزی بفرستید بااین کارتان که شاید چند ثانیه وقت نگیرد دل بنده حقیرراشادمی کنید

    Comment by صدرا — October 1, 2006 @ 11:38 am

  104. Dear Anousheh, the space princess:

    Congratulations on your accomplishment. As a woman, I am very proud of seeing you accomplish the things you have. I am a successful woman as well within the opportunities life has presented me with. I am a highly educated woman (PhD/post-doc/MBA) in the field of medicine and am making a difference in people’s life by bringing new treatment options to underserved patients. I have worked very hard all my life and never had support from anyone. I have noticed as a woman, the more accomplished you are, the more society tries to push you in a corner specially from a man’s point of view. Life can be a lonely one for a successful woman. I sure feel that way most of the time. I just wanted to bring to your attention that you are a very lucky person (although I know how hard you have worked) because it appears you are not only successful but also have found a very supporting husband who stands by you. Being ambitious is one thing, having the support one needs is another…be thankful for all you have.
    Your friend who is also a princess but only on this earth! Hope we can be friends. :-) Many kisses and hugs!

    Comment by Another Princess but only on Earth! — October 1, 2006 @ 11:38 am

  105. سلام انوشه انصاري افتخاري بر ملت ما وتمامه جهانيان است دوستت داريم دوستت داريم

    Comment by peyman — October 1, 2006 @ 11:51 am

  106. امیدوارم دور از کره زمین برای مردمش دعا کرده باشی.برای ما ایرانیها .

    Comment by davood — October 1, 2006 @ 5:09 pm

  107. سلام خانم انصاری
    من به عنوان یک زن ایرانی به شما افتخار می کنم و به شما تبریک می گم .
    امیدوارم حاصل سفرتون ÷ر بار بوده باشه.
    اسم خواهر من هم انوشه است و اتفاقا این اسم رو من براش انتخاب کردم خیلی خوشحال شدم که که شما هم مثل معنی اسمتون جاودانه در خاطر ایرانیها می مانید.

    Comment by azadeh — October 2, 2006 @ 6:44 pm

  108. I was very happy when I saw Ms Ansari from BBC Hope she will be successfull in hers life. I am a Iranina & my jop is importer

    Comment by essi — October 3, 2006 @ 10:08 am

  109. Hi Dear Anousheh,

    I hope you and your family are doing good.I’m very proud of seeing you accomplish the things you have done…Congratulations to you,your family, and all iranians around the world.Take care and have a nice day :)

    Best Wishes,

    Comment by Firouzeh — October 3, 2006 @ 4:33 pm

  110. Dear Anoosheh,
    It’s been a few days that i have been here in Texas but I have been following all the news about you and your space trip.
    I’m so glad that now I’m closer to you.You have been giving me hope as an Iranian girl who misses Iran and feels lonely in the first days of arrival in U.S.I’m also proud of you as an Iranian and I try to learn from your attempts and goals that you have achieved.I hope I can see you and speak to you very soon.
    With best wishes
    Good luck

    Comment by fariba — October 3, 2006 @ 6:13 pm

  111. salam
    az emrooz manam mikham mesle khodet parchame iranoo ro gholehaye taraghi bebaram

    Comment by mehdi — October 3, 2006 @ 11:31 pm

  112. Waving goodbye — comments here are closed for now.

    Comment by X PRIZE — October 4, 2006 @ 1:39 am


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