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Through mistakes we learn ..

Can you share a story about the funniest mistake you made when you were first starting? Can you tell us what lesson you learned from that?

For one of my first space architecture designs, I misread the scale and ended up with a model four times the size it should have been. It took my team and me the whole night to make, but I kept assuring everyone that this was the required size. I only realized my mistake when we were finally done. In the end, the incident showed me how important it is to work within a good team — while I was mortified that we had to start all over again, everyone in my team managed to laugh it off and pitch in to fix the mistake in time.
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via Marc M. Cohen
The Most Overhyped Planet in the Galaxy

A long obsession with Mars makes all the other worlds seem a little neglected.
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... Spaceflight is regarded as an inherently dangerous activity. While some hazards of spaceflight and the space environment – like G-forces, radiation, vibration and microgravity – are well documented, many risks remain unknown. The scope of physiological risks spans pre-flight, in-flight, and post-flight operations and activities. ...
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via Ted Hall
nice graphics
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Making Remote Work #18 – Sheryl Bishop: The psychological effects of isolation & confinement ... lessons learned from space and extreme environments ..

https://youtu.be/9lgvOGR4IMM
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Making Remote Work #18 – Sheryl Bishop: The psychological effects of isolation & confinement
Sheryl L. Bishop, Ph.D. is an Emeritus Professor at the UTMB. As an internationally recognized behavioral researcher in extreme environments, for the last 25...
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