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Missouri... In space!!!


Kevin Kingswell
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"Ladies and gentlemen of the world today marks the day that Missouri joins the space age. With confirmation of the first rocket launch moments ago we expect to have our first satellite in orbit soon. We aldo hope that those nations already in space will allow us to work with them to help improve our space capebilites."

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Two days after the intial launch and Missouri had a system of five satellites in geo synch orbit, the civilian population were excited as this meant that anyone anywhere could use the internet to contact relatives and other people. Something that the state of Missouri had been lacking quite badly.

However, what hadn't been explained in public was that one of the satellites was in fact for military purposes. Its primary purpose was to allow the military command to view the whole of the nation ensuring that the nation would not be surprised apart from the intial border crossing. The second purpiose was to help cordinate any future missile programs.

The next plan for the space program would be to get a man or woman into space. Whilst quite ambitious space command believed it is quite possible.

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Today marks the first time that Missouri has managed to get a man into space. Broadcasting from the space craft Voyager astronaut Mark Lucus described how the earth looked so beautiful from space. Whilst also taking images of the earth Lucus also tested different pieces of onboard equipment and with all tests being successful, more space launches were being planned.

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