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The duet took place to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Russian astronaut Yuri Gagarin’s first manned space flight in 1961. In her introductory remarks Coleman said that in addition to recognizing Gagarin, "We would like to celebrate the role that humans play in the exploration of our universe - past, present, and future.” She performed in zero gravity and whimsically let her flute float around as Anderson spoke at the end.
"We should remember that today's cosmonauts,scientists and astronauts are are still every bit the rocket heroes they were fifty years ago," the musician observed before saluting Coleman's image with the admonishment, "Go safely."
A great nation is like a great man:
When he makes a mistake, he realizes it.
Having realized it, he admits it.
Having admitted it, he corrects it.
He considers those who point out his faults
as his most benevolent teachers.
He thinks of his enemy
as the shadow that (s)he [her]self casts."
(604 B.C.-517 B.C.)
Chinese silk painting,
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