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Space Goal Impossible
By Christy Santo

Series Description:

Since the 21st century space missions of any type have slowly moved away from realm of the Space Exploratory Agency to it's partnering private companies. At the beginning this partnership was fruitful and allowed the SEA to keep doing what it always did with minimal feeling of Congressional cut backs. But now centuries the agency's mission is to provide oversight without being in the thick of science and space exploration.

However, not all is lost. A secret agency of aerospace engineers, computer engineers, astrobiologists, meteorologic technicians, astrophysicists and more work remotely in plain sight. They have jobs throughout the Americas, Europe, Asia, Africa and Oceania in Homeland Security, the CDC, the Air force, and even in private space companies.

Space Life, is the story of this secret agency who want to reawaken the global public's hearts and minds to what space exploration really is. To carry out their goal they want to take pull off what has so far been impossible: to find life that has evolved or to create it on a moon or planet. So far any life that is on another planet than Earth gotten there by one way shuttle. However, the results by space pioneers have so far been full of trial and error with few successes. Now this secret agency is ready to break this bad streak with a mission to Jupiter's moon Europa and to see it come Earth alive.

Category: Short Stories
Updated: Undecided
Status: Ongoing



Author Bio For Christy Santo:

I grew up in Fanwood, New Jersey. In 2002, I moved to Bloomington, Indiana. I split my time as a co-owner in my family's internet business and as a local insurance agent. Though I do enjoy my work and want to continue with it, I have always dreamed of being a writer. My first book Switching Stations, Switching Stories came out in 2013 and last year on June 15, 2014 my second book - a time travel story, Between Two Worlds came out.  Currently I am developing a short story series for this site titled Space Goal Impossible and on my third book with a magic slant. 

Acknowledgements:

Thanks to publicdomainpictures.net and Dawn Hudson who created and uploaded the image I decided to use for Space Goal Impossible.  

Notes:

Please note some names I use belonged to real people involved in NASA's space program.   Other names are completely made up.  My list of references for where I did research will grow as time goes on.

References:

Teitel, Shira Amy – Breaking The Chains of Gravity: The Story of Spaceflight Before NASA Published 2016 Bloomsbury Sigma, An imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing Plc ISBN (hardback) 978-1-4729-1117-9 (trade paperback) 978-1-4729-1118-6 (ebook) 978-1-4729-1119-3

http://nasa.gov

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Space_Shuttle_program#Budget

http://www.space.com/12376-nasa-space-shuttle-program-facts-statistics.html

https://www.nasa.gov/pdf/566250main_SHUTTLE%20ERA%20FACTS_040412.pdf







Series Description:

Since the 21st century space missions of any type have slowly moved away from realm of the Space Exploratory Agency to it's partnering private companies. At the beginning this partnership was fruitful and allowed the SEA to keep doing what it always did with minimal feeling of Congressional cut backs. But now centuries the agency's mission is to provide oversight without being in the thick of science and space exploration.

However, not all is lost. A secret agency of aerospace engineers, computer engineers, astrobiologists, meteorologic technicians, astrophysicists and more work remotely in plain sight. They have jobs throughout the Americas, Europe, Asia, Africa and Oceania in Homeland Security, the CDC, the Air force, and even in private space companies.

Space Life, is the story of this secret agency who want to reawaken the global public's hearts and minds to what space exploration really is. To carry out their goal they want to take pull off what has so far been impossible: to find life that has evolved or to create it on a moon or planet. So far any life that is on another planet than Earth gotten there by one way shuttle. However, the results by space pioneers have so far been full of trial and error with few successes. Now this secret agency is ready to break this bad streak with a mission to Jupiter's moon Europa and to see it come Earth alive.

Category: Short Stories
Updated: Undecided
Status: Ongoing


Author Bio For Christy Santo:

I grew up in Fanwood, New Jersey. In 2002, I moved to Bloomington, Indiana. I split my time as a co-owner in my family's internet business and as a local insurance agent. Though I do enjoy my work and want to continue with it, I have always dreamed of being a writer. My first book Switching Stations, Switching Stories came out in 2013 and last year on June 15, 2014 my second book - a time travel story, Between Two Worlds came out.  Currently I am developing a short story series for this site titled Space Goal Impossible and on my third book with a magic slant. 

Acknowledgements:

Thanks to publicdomainpictures.net and Dawn Hudson who created and uploaded the image I decided to use for Space Goal Impossible.  

Notes:

Please note some names I use belonged to real people involved in NASA's space program.   Other names are completely made up.  My list of references for where I did research will grow as time goes on.

References:

Teitel, Shira Amy – Breaking The Chains of Gravity: The Story of Spaceflight Before NASA Published 2016 Bloomsbury Sigma, An imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing Plc ISBN (hardback) 978-1-4729-1117-9 (trade paperback) 978-1-4729-1118-6 (ebook) 978-1-4729-1119-3

http://nasa.gov

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Space_Shuttle_program#Budget

http://www.space.com/12376-nasa-space-shuttle-program-facts-statistics.html

https://www.nasa.gov/pdf/566250main_SHUTTLE%20ERA%20FACTS_040412.pdf