On Saturday, May 30th SpaceX and NASA launched astronauts to the International Space Station from Cape Canaveral. It was the first time in almost a decade that a manned launch took place on American soil and the first time a commercially owned rocket launched with a crew. It was the culmination of years of work and the accomplishment of something that was once deemed impossible.
From the day Elon Musk launched SpaceX people said what he was trying was impossible. It was impossible for such a small company to accomplish its tasks. It was impossible to create a reusable rocket. It was impossible to land a rocket on a ship. It was impossible to lower the costs of space travel. SpaceX accomplished the impossible. So how many times have you been told it is impossible for you to succeed?
At different points in history it was impossible to fly, it was impossible to go to the moon, it was impossible to put a computer in your pocket, and it was impossible to click on a item and have it delivered to your door. Things are only impossible until they are done. Just because someone says what you want to do is impossible doesn’t mean you can’t do it.
What impossible task will you accomplish?
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