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“The encouragement I got from Campbell was a quick check and praise. Once the Space Beagle was launched on its mission, it seemed natural for it to breed additional thoughts.”

― A. E. van Vogt

“It’s true that I love to connect with my fans on the social networking sites, but I try not to go overboard, ever. I just give people a peek into my mind space, but never bombard them with my tweets.”

― A. R. Rahman

“The true exercise of freedom is – cannily and wisely and with grace – to move inside what space confines – and not seek to know what lies beyond and cannot be touched or tasted.”

― A. S. Byatt

“Your belief system saturates the space around you.”

― Aaron Huey

“I actually don’t invest in anything that is social, mobile, deals or ad networks simply because those are areas where there are so many players and so many other smart people in the space, I feel like I don’t have a competitive advantage. So I tend to go after things that are e-commerce, like healthcare.”

― Aaron Patzer

“I didn’t go to school for illustration. I did larger pieces, mostly drawings and paintings, and minored in video, but when I moved to N.Y.C., I didn’t have a studio space anymore and downsized to my desk and started illustrating. I started a greeting card company and sold cards all over the city.”

― Abbi Jacobson

“I had this job where I had to cold call people, and that was terrifying to me, and that was on a far different level than invading their space.”

― Abbi Jacobson

“Growing up on a farm was the best. I remember loving that expanse of space. The sky at night was so clear, I could see every star.”

― Abbie Cornish

“Of all the mediums, theatre is the one where you really need to have something to say – because it’s just you, the words, and the space.”

― Abi Morgan

“My whole drive is to make sure that music is a common space where we search for beauty and share it. It needs to be louder than any conversation. That’s where we have to go as a human race.”

― Abigail Washburn

“So we want an Islamic state where Islamic law is not just in the books but enforced, and enforced with determination. There is no space and no room for democratic consultation. The Shariah is set and fixed, so why do we need to discuss it anymore? Just implement it!”

― Abu Bakar Bashir

“I’ll get up there and I’ll do my guitar solos in one of those space outfits.”

― Ace Frehley

“When you take a shower in space, you have to press the water onto your body to clean yourself, and then you gotta vacuum it off.”

― Ace Frehley

“I believe that the only way that the human race is gonna survive is to start colonizing space and setting up colonies on the moon, and then space stations.”

― Ace Frehley

“I’ve been told I sold 110m albums and singles. If that’s the case, I should’ve come here in a space rocket.”

― Adam Ant

“Our house has a library – it seemed better use of the space than as a dining room! – and I try to spend as much time in there as possible. There’s nothing better while reading or writing than to be surrounded by books.”

― Adam Christopher

“Questions and answers is a big space, and there are lots of possible systems that you can create for different goals.”

― Adam D’Angelo

“I find it difficult to turn down an entrepreneur who’s both passionate and knowledgeable about their space.”

― Adam Draper

“In the New Yorker library, I have long been shelved between Nadine Gordimer and Brendan Gill; an eerie little space nestled between high seriousness of purpose and legendary lightness of touch.”

― Adam Gopnik

“There’s no one person that can provide all the insights I need to run the business. There are so many aspects to WeWork: Digital, real estate, operations, space, and design. I pick and choose people who can help in each aspect.”

― Adam Neumann

“It’s everywhere, really. It’s between the galaxies. It is in this room. We believe that everywhere that you have space, empty space, that you cannot avoid having some of this dark energy.”

― Adam Riess

“Your chemistry high school teacher lied to you when they told you that there was such a thing as a vacuum, that you could take space and move every particle out of it.”

― Adam Riess

“We’re gonna do a Bowling for Dollars-type thing, but it’ll be Breakdancing on Cardboard for Yen for the ozone layer, so it’ll be called Breaking in Space.”

― Adam Yauch

“With us city girls, there is an assumption that we have the space to raise our voice.”

― Aditi Rao Hydari

“To me, there is something superbly symbolic in the fact that an astronaut, sent up as assistant to a series of computers, found that he worked more accurately and more intelligently than they. Inside the capsule, man is still in charge.”

― Adlai Stevenson II

“I think you get better at staring into space. Especially living in the South of France.”

― Adrian Lyne

“The more I have a sincere connection to something, the less acting is required. And the more it’s about creating the space to feel that connection and to feel that shift from yourself. And start interpreting things through new eyes.”

― Adrien Brody

“I write in two very different places: my desk in Palo Alto, California, is piled high with myriad jumbled books and papers whose stratigraphy is a challenge. Summers in Bozeman, Montana, I write in a spare space, surrounded by interesting rocks and fossils instead of books, on an old oak table with nothing but my laptop.”

― Adrienne Mayor

“’Storm Warnings’ is a poem about powerlessness – about a force so much greater than our human powers that while it can be measured and even predicted, it is beyond human control. All ‘we’ can do is create an interior space against the storm, an enclave of self-protection, though the winds of change till penetrate keyholes and ‘unsealed apertures.’”

― Adrienne Rich

“Gurls Talk is my baby. It’s just about opening up a space within schools where we as women and girls can talk about whatever we want.”

― Adwoa Aboah

“Within the renewables space, we are focused on solar and wind energy.”

― Ajay Piramal

“In the pharma space, we have been growing both organically as well as through acquisitions.”

― Ajay Piramal

“A city like London is sociable in a sense that there are people gathering in bars and restaurants, concerts and lectures. Yet you can partake of all these experiences and never say hello to anyone new. And one of the things that all religions do is take groups of strangers into a space and say it is OK to talk to each other.”

― Alain de Botton

“On paper, being good sounds great but a lot depends on the atmosphere of the workplace or community we live in. We tend to become good or bad depending on the cues sent out within a particular space.”

― Alain de Botton

“I do not believe that anyone from outer space has ever visited the Earth.”

― Alan Bean

“Eventually there are going to be cities in space.”

― Alan Bean

“We knew it was going to be difficult to get to the moon. We didn’t know how difficult.”

― Alan Bean

“I liked the idea of all of humanity fitting inside a sugar cube because more than 99.9% of matter is space.”

― Alan Davies

“I’m really hopeful about the future of space exploration and human spaceflight. Civilization as we know it has been defined by exploration. You know, we need to go off and find out what’s around the next corner and what’s just beyond what we already know. It’s part of our being; it’s part of our moral fiber to go off and explore.”

― Alan G. Poindexter

“Flying in space is risky. It will never be safe, and the best thing we can do is manage those risks. It’s important for people, for human beings, to be in space because they’re adaptable and because they’re not pre-programmed software that can go off and do tasks that are appropriate for machines.”

― Alan G. Poindexter

“My background is deep and set in deep time, and in a narrow space, oral traditions going back a long, long time, which I inherited by osmosis.”

― Alan Garner

“Now, what space ultimately is – I should confess, I think most physicists believe – we don’t yet know.”

― Alan Guth

“Our best theory of describing space at a fundamental level is probably string theory.”

― Alan Guth

“Space is certainly something more complicated than the average person would probably realize. Space is not just an empty background in which things happen.”

― Alan Guth

“In the context of general relativity, space almost is a substance. It can bend and twist and stretch, and probably the best way to think about space is to just kind of imagine a big piece of rubber that you can pull and twist and bend.”

― Alan Guth

“If there’s no limit to how big the entropy can get, then you can start anywhere, and from that starting point, you’d expect entropy to rise as the system moves to explore larger and larger regions of phase space.”

― Alan Guth

“Right up until the late 18th century, when the first weighted lines were used to probe the ocean depths, many people believed the seas were bottomless – the watery equivalent of infinite outer space.”

― Alan Huffman

“Despite the constant clamor for attention from the modern world, I do believe we need to procure a psychological space for ourselves. I apparently know some people who try to achieve this by logging off or going without their Twitter or Facebook for a limited period.”

― Alan Moore

“It’s a very sobering feeling to be up in space and realize that one’s safety factor was determined by the lowest bidder on a government contract.”

― Alan Shepard

“They say any landing you can walk away from is a good one.”

― Alan Shepard

“So everything turned out fine, and we were given the opportunity to go to Washington and be briefed on the project of man in space, and given the opportunity to choose whether we wanted to get involved or not.”

― Alan Shepard

“The excitement really didn’t start to build until the trailer – which was carrying me, with a space suit with ventilation and all that sort of stuff – pulled up to the launch pad.”

― Alan Shepard

“As a scientist in charge of space sensors and entire space missions before I was at NASA, I myself was involved in projects that overran. But that’s no excuse for remaining silent about this growing problem or failing to champion reform.”

― Alan Stern

“I’ve been on 26 space missions; they range from suborbital to orbital to shuttle experiments to planetary missions.”

― Alan Stern

“It shouldn’t be so difficult to determine what a planet is. When you’re watching a science fiction show like ‘Star Trek’ and they show up at some object in space and turn on the viewfinder, the audience and the people in the show know immediately whether it’s a planet or a star or a comet or an asteroid.”

― Alan Stern

“As a researcher, I look forward to being able to do space science in a space environment.”

― Alan Stern

“I’m hopeful that commercial space exploration will takeoff. To really fuel the spaceflight revolution will require an investment of hundreds of billions of dollars a year, and I think that’s only going to happen in the commercial sector – if there are large profits to be made.”

― Alan Stern

“We’re in the space exploration business, and the outer solar system is a wild, wooly place. We haven’t explored it very well.”

― Alan Stern

“America’s space program has been the envy and inspiration of the world. It has made landmark scientific discoveries that are a lasting legacy of this nation’s greatness. It has studied Earth in ways no other nation can match.”

― Alan Stern

“Having a diverse suite of U.S.-manned spaceflight systems to access space is inherently robust.”

― Alan Stern

“CASIS has to succeed because for it not to succeed would be a huge setback for the International Space Station program.”

― Alan Stern

“CSF and its members believe strongly in the exploration of space of all kinds, including commercial purposes.”

― Alan Stern

“But it was great, we sit in the same dressing room where, like, Johnny Cash sat and Willie Nelson and all those guys. That was in itself something amazing – I was on the same space these guys stood on, ya know?”

― Alan Vega

“There was a period of time during the ‘Jagged Little Pill’ era where I don’t think I laughed for about two years. It was a survival mode, you know. It was an intense, constant, chronic over-stimulation and invasion of energetic and physical literal space.”

― Alanis Morissette

“There are similarities between historical novels and science fiction. Being thrown into the Napoleonic Wars is just as much of a different world as space.”

― Alastair Reynolds

“From apparently superluminal radio sources in deep space, to the neutrinos that were supposed to be arriving ahead of schedule at the Grand Sasso experiment in Italy, every apparent exception to Einstein’s ultimate speed law has turned out to be a phantom.”

― Alastair Reynolds

“I had – and continued to have – great fun exploring the Revelation Space universe, but it was always clear to me that I wanted to write other kinds of books, even within what might be termed the fairly narrow overlapping genre categories of hard SF and space opera.”

― Alastair Reynolds

“The one thing that really terrifies me is we’re going to get a signal from space that clears it all up: ‘OK, this is how the universe works, guys.’”

― Alastair Reynolds

“In the ‘Revelation Space’ books, the spaceships are a bit old and rusty, and things go wrong, and they don’t work quite how they’re meant to. And people asked why I did it this way, and groping around for an explanation, I said that I grew up in Barry, this post-industrial sea town full of rusting infrastructure.”

― Alastair Reynolds

“A particular piece of music attaches itself to the piece I’m writing, and there is nothing else I can listen to. Every day I return to the same space to write, the music providing both the walls and the pictures on the walls.”

― Aleksandar Hemon

“You have to assume once you go online, anything you put there can be made public. Yet while you’re online, you feel like it’s a private, sacred space. But you’re really broadcasting to the world.”

― Alex Gibney

“There’s something magical about a home run. It almost violates the space of the stadium. It’s a game of the imagination in some ways. Baseball.”

― Alex Gibney

“You know that in the Eurasian space, Russia is the central state, the most powerful state. But to become an empire, a member of some empire, a province in this empire – you know, we’re probably not ready for that yet, neither in Kazakhstan nor in Belarus.”

― Alexander Lukashenko

“I don’t think so much about verbal comedy. I always think about visual comedy. I was raised watching silents, and I’m always thinking about how to make cinema, not good talking – although I want good talking. I’m much more interested in framing, composition, and orchestration of bodies in space, and so forth.”

― Alexander Payne

“’I’ is the word everyone uses to refer to themselves. On the one hand, it points to a specific person, but it’s also this blank space that you can insert yourself into; it’s a chute into empathy.”

― Alexandra Kleeman

“Light is something that can really change your perception of space.”

― Alexandre de Betak

“There are games where the striker will be useful for the team in terms of creating space and being involved in the game, without necessarily scoring, but he’ll have played an important role for the team. But, of course, over the course of a season, I have to score goals, as that’s what statistics reflect.”

― Alexandre Lacazette

“Yuri Gagarin, the first man in space, may have had his charms, but he really couldn’t be considered hip.”

― Alexei Sayle

“I love talking about space, our society, and what the future holds for us as a civilization.”

― Alexis Ren

“I produce the way I would love to be produced: In ways to create the best conditions to make your movie, but also to create a space in which the director calls the shots.”

― Alfonso Cuaron

“I was 8 when we landed on the moon. I was so into the space program as a kid. Eventually, I realized it was very unlikely that a Mexican kid in the early ’70s was going to be an astronaut.”

― Alfonso Cuaron

“A lot of the films I like are more than fantasies – they’re movies fascinated by the technology of space exploration, and they try to honor the laws of physics. I watched the Gregory Peck movie ‘Marooned’ over and over when I was a kid.”

― Alfonso Cuaron

“In my solitude I have pondered much on the incomprehensible subjects of space, eternity, life and death.”

― Alfred Russel Wallace

“Words are like untying a corset – you can move into this great space with them.”

― Ali Smith

“I like bags that are easy to wear and are pretty to look at. But I don’t like them when they have no space and you can’t put anything in them.”

― Alice Dellal

“Conjoined twins simply may not need sex-romance partners as much as the rest of us do. Throughout time and space, they have described their condition as something like being attached to a soul mate.”

― Alice Dreger

“I’m a big fan of being able to hold those long shots and use space. I don’t know, I think everything’s so quick cut these days, as if films are too afraid that the audience is going to get bored instead of relaxing and trusting their work.”

― Alice Englert

“Housework never really bothered me… what bothered me about it later was that it was expected to be your life… when you’re a housewife, you are constantly interrupted. You have no space in your life. It isn’t the fact that you do the laundry.”

― Alice Munro

“I wait for options, hoping that a space for a pass will appear at the last moment.”

― Alisson

“Humor does not diminish the pain – it makes the space around it get bigger.”

― Allen Klein

“When I define polarities in my work, I actually create the space between things. I point to the question I am actually interested in, without naming it.”

― Alva Noto

“At Real Madrid, I did heading drills with Cristiano Ronaldo. You see him go up for headers, that spring and power – he is a real beast. At Juventus, I saw Fernando Llorente, how he finds space and directs his headers.”

― Alvaro Morata

“OK – we like to say how a striker creates space and influences matches in other ways, but let’s not pretend: at the end of the season, the best striker everyone talks about is the top scorer.”

― Alvaro Morata

“Clearly, any player would want to go to Real Madrid, but I think if there wouldn’t be all the space that one needs there, then it wouldn’t be the best move.”

― Alvaro Morata

“I would love to do something with space. I’m obsessed with it. I just can’t stop reading about it or watching videos about it or listening to TED Talks about it.”

― Alycia Debnam-Carey

“That’s something that I think the best artists retain – the ability to invite you into their small, intimate inner space, and let that be what radiates.”

― Alyson Stoner

“I’ve never interviewed anyone where I set out to try to persuade them to reveal something. Instead, it’s about creating a space that allows someone to be authentic without judgment on my part.”

― Amanda de Cadenet

“Despite the ever-increasing financial pressures experienced by writers and the ever-decreasing space afforded by the media to books, writers are still willing to aim for quality and to take risks.”

― Amanda Foreman

“I’m afraid of elevators, because they are an enclosed space, but I get in.”

― Amanda Lindhout

“When I came into stand-up, I found a certain safe space of intellectualism, of camaraderie, of excellence that really has always been natural to me but always felt foreign in the other spaces I’ve been in.”

― Amanda Seales

“My whole intention is to break down these limitations of what a black comedian is supposed to be and to open up a space.”

― Amanda Seales

“For a lot of comics who aren’t as silly or physical but more intellectual, we get looked at as ‘alt comics.’ No, I’m still a black comic, and there are black people who want to hear my type of black comedy, but that space hasn’t been built out for us.”

― Amanda Seales

“When I was super young, I had an Atari and used to play ‘Space Invaders.’ Then I fell in love with ‘Mario Bros.,’ ‘Sonic the Hedgehog’ and ‘Yoshi’ on Super Nintendo. I was quite a bit of a gamer as a kid when I think about it.”

― Amber Rose

“We work incredibly hard with our E.U. and international partners to make the online space a hostile one for terrorists.”

― Amber Rudd

“Each employed immigrant has his or her place of work. It is only the taxi driver, forever moving on wheels, who occupies no fixed space. He represents the immigrant condition.”

― Amitava Kumar

“While strides are being made in the social-media space, the newspaper and news business should continue to embrace social media.”

― Amy Jo Martin

“Sometimes, to keep things exciting, I decorate my house as if I owned a child. I’ll toss a tiny pair of shoes in the hallway or lean small wooden crutches in what I refer to as ‘the baby’s room,’ which is actually a tiny space where I make things. I continue to call it the baby’s room because it confuses people and it’s creepy.”

― Amy Sedaris

“I want my portraits to create a space where blackness can breathe.”

― Amy Sherald

“I don’t think anybody can create in a space where they don’t feel comfortable.”

― Amy Sherald

“Women need a space that quenches their intellectual hunger, engages and empowers them with relatable content.”

― Anand Mahindra

“Whether it’s performing a concert with my quartet or sitting in with my peers, enjoying musical conversations at home with my brothers or hanging and playing choro with my friends – sharing moments in that bright space of music are the happiest times.”

― Anat Cohen

“It’s important to dabble in things that interest you, and for me, I’m interested in the tech space that is here in Silicon Valley, fashion and golf.”

― Andre Iguodala

“The decision to write full-time meant I couldn’t afford to buy a house. A friend kindly offered me the use of his apartment in a thirty-six-story building full of newlywed couples in the southern area of Jakarta. I didn’t like my working space at first, but the scenery and everything going on outside have worked their magic on me.”

― Andrea Hirata

“The reality of government is we are all very busy day-to-day, and often, the discussions about very deeply held views on things – there isn’t the time and space to do that.”

― Andrea Leadsom

“We have this interesting problem with black holes. What is a black hole? It is a region of space where you have mass that’s confined to zero volume, which means that the density is infinitely large, which means we have no way of describing, really, what a black hole is!”

― Andrea M. Ghez

“Here’s the thing: I did one episode of Deep Space Nine, and I loved everybody that I worked with. People couldn’t have been kinder… But I had a really, really difficult time with the prosthetics.”

― Andrea Martin

“All I’m after is a few square metres to be myself. A space where I can continue to profess my creed: take the ball, give it to a team-mate, my team-mate scores. It’s called an assist, and it’s my way of spreading happiness.”

― Andrea Pirlo

“Yes, many times an assist is more difficult than a goal; you need to find the right space and measure the force used in order to provide your teammate with the right position in order to score.”

― Andrea Pirlo

“I grew up in the suburbs outside of Newcastle, and there were blank walls, and there was a lot of space to imagine – the fields and the motorways – so I used to sit and talk to myself as different people.”

― Andrea Riseborough

“Louis CK knows that just because a joke is using space as a resource instead of something to be crammed like a hamper, this doesn’t mean a story isn’t happening.”

― Andrea Seigel

“’Real Housewives of New Jersey’ has taught me more about the nature of a vacuum in space than any of the demonstrations in my high school AP physics textbook.”

― Andrea Seigel

“Why, if we’re hurtling through space, why would water stay still? Why is it not wobbling?”

― Andrew Flintoff

“For a long time, we’ve worked on detecting planets with whatever was at hand, making use of existing small telescopes or even amateur telescopes. It’s time to move on to the next stage.”

― Andrew Gould

“When I was younger, humans went to the moon when I was about 4 years old, and I imagined that as I got older and became an adult that traveling in space was going to be fairly common and something that we all did. So I grew up believing that I’ll be an astronaut just like these guys were that were going to the moon.”

― Andrew J. Feustel

“I grew up in Lake Orion, Mich. What was best about Lake Orion where, where we grew up was it was a suburb of Detroit but had a lot of open space around.”

― Andrew J. Feustel

“After making a movie, maybe you weren’t able to shoot many of your ideas, because a movie is only 1 1/2 or two hours long, but TV gives you space to film a lot of things.”

― Andrew Lau

“People are always invading your personal space on set, especially on ‘The Walking Dead.’”

― Andrew Lincoln

“A theatre is not a blank page for editorial, it is not a soapbox or a Tannoy system: it is a conscience that wakes with what is happening in the space, and wakes further still in response to what people are making of it.”

― Andrew O’Hagan

“The editorial page is where you’ll find our opinions, while the letters columns and the space for Op-Ed contributors are a forum for debate and discussion.”

― Andrew Rosenthal

“I actually bought the argument that if we democratized Iraq, we could create a space for venting some of the stuff that’s going on in the Middle East in these autocratic regimes that is expressing itself through jihadism, because it has nowhere else to express itself.”

― Andrew Sullivan

“I’m sure the atmosphere at Tanglewood and the space there and nature – I think it absolutely fits Wagner’s music.”

― Andris Nelsons

“It’s so cliche, but I love the feeling you get from improv that anything can happen. The audience is already accepting that there are no props or costumes or furniture, so the performers can be anywhere doing anything; cut from underground to space, and it doesn’t matter.”

― Andy Daly

“Technology has opened up the music business 100-fold and provided space for all kinds of new faces.”

― Andy Mineo

“The wonderful thing about 48 fps is the integration of live action and CG elements; that is something I learned from ‘The Hobbit.’ We are so used to 24 fps and the romance of celluloid… but at 48 fps, you cannot deny the existence of these CG creations in the same time frame and space and environment as the live action.”

― Andy Serkis

“More and more good actors are now transmigrating into the videogame space and playing roles there because it’s where my generation of kids get stories from.”

― Andy Serkis

“Designing a station with artificial gravity would undoubtedly be a daunting task. Space agencies would have to re-examine many reliable technologies under the light of the new forces these tools would have to endure. Space flight would have to take several steps back before moving forward again.”

― Andy Weir

“I was born too late to experience Apollo 11, though I do trek to Dad’s house every time there’s some space event. There’s something awesome about crossing your fingers and watching a tense Mission Control room do their thing.”

― Andy Weir

“The reason space missions need artificial gravity is clear: humans simply did not evolve to live in zero gravity.”

― Andy Weir

“I think the American West really attracts me because it’s romantic. The desert, the empty space, the drama.”

― Ang Lee

“I think here in America the space programme was such an enticing thing to be going on, that the thought of a family being able to go into space and live up there was really kind of mind-bending at the time.”

― Angela Cartwright

“I grew up always thinking that fighting for justice was our obligation, whether that’s giving your voice to something, serving as a verbal advocate for someone, or physically being in spaces or occupying space to make and create change.”

― Angela Rye

“Sculpture occupies the same space as your body.”

― Anish Kapoor

“I think I understand something about space. I think the job of a sculptor is spatial as much as it is to do with form.”

― Anish Kapoor

“One cannot set out to make a work that’s spiritual. What is a contemporary iconography for the spiritual? Is it some fuzzy space?”

― Anish Kapoor

“As demand shifts from offline retailers with limited shelf space to online channels with much larger assortments, the sales distribution is not getting fatter in the tail.”

― Anita Elberse

“I’m convinced we all have a God-shaped space in us, and until we fill that space with God, we’ll never know what it is to be whole.”

― Ann B. Davis

“Personally, I’ve realized that the tradition I thought of as too safe, too pretty, and too conventional is the space where women have been able to gain some practical ground. The area of music where we thought the status quo was really being upset – specifically hard rock – has actually remained the most male-dominated.”

― Ann Powers

“What my work is, is my approach to it. It’s the practice. And my work is about the effort that I make to get there. And I think if there’s anything artistic, it’s in that middle space.”

― Anna Deavere Smith

“We are aware only of the empty space in the forest, which only yesterday was filled with trees.”

― Anna Freud

“I had a book that was given to me as a kid that was called ‘Faeries.’ It was this dark, sinister book with pictures that used to scare me because they were these creepy little creatures. But, I was always really drawn to that fantasy world, more than a sci-fi world, in terms of outer space stuff.”

― Anna Silk

“I think space exploration is very important. I think there is very intelligent life on Mars. I believe that Martians are spying on us from the bottom of the ocean.”

― Annabella Sciorra

“To me, the nicest luxury would be to have a room where I could keep all my books in one place – and have space for more.”

― Annabelle Selldorf

“I always tend to think, even in residential projects, about what a space is being asked to do – where is it located, what are the circumstances, where can I attack the problem, so to speak. How can you create a narrative for people moving through it? How can you convey its character?”

― Annabelle Selldorf

“I make spaces that are calm rather than confrontational. I seek a certain kind of logic that allows you to move in space and perceive it as beautiful and rational. Clarity is a worthwhile quality.”

― Annabelle Selldorf

“I founded io9 back in 2008, and I watched it journey from the farthest reaches of space to its current home under this atmosphere bubble on Ceres.”

― Annalee Newitz

“If you love epic space opera, you shouldn’t miss ‘Interstellar’.”

― Annalee Newitz

“I don’t read reviews and I don’t know what to do with opinions, so I just lose them. They take up space, they become a process of manufacturing a persona, which I want to avoid.”

― Anne Carson

“To be able to have the space to sit down and write has always been my central policy.”

― Anne Enright

“I think we all want to really live good lives, and we all really want to have a healthy planet, although I don’t know if we’re supposed to be on it forever. Now, does that mean that we should be building rocket ships to shoot us into outer space? Well if we can, I think we should.”

― Anne Hathaway

“I think that certainly the artists of the ’40s, ’50s and ’60s were fighting a very conformist society, which didn’t give them enough space to live or create, and they were bucking all kinds of spoken and unspoken rules.”

― Anne Roiphe

“There’s going to be space travel at some point.”

― Anne Wojcicki

“We have no right to pick out all that is noblest and fairest in man, to project these qualities into space, and to call them God. We only thus create an ideal figure, a purified, ennobled, ‘magnified’ Man.”

― Annie Besant

“Strange indeed would it be if all the space around us be empty, mere waste void, and the inhabitants of Earth the only forms in which intelligence could clothe itself.”

― Annie Besant

“I don’t think there is anything wrong with white space. I don’t think it’s a problem to have a blank wall.”

― Annie Leibovitz

“It was the corner sweet-shop in Australia that first piqued my interest in interior design. I went into this space with a mixture of apprehension and excitement as a child. It was filled, floor to ceiling, with the most incredible rounded glass bowls filled to the brim with bonbons, buttons, and sweets.”

― Anouska Hempel

“A lot of people in the technology space love the idea of a solving a problem.”

― Anthony Foxx

“I think her friends were worried that the bulimia might come back, about some psychological slide, and she was given breathing space to some extent by the media as much as she ever has been.”

― Anthony Holden

“What it was at the time was literally a plea for, to get the pressure off for a while, to give her space to breathe. She was very unhappy. She was feeling pretty claustrophobic.”

― Anthony Holden

“We were all working for 400 dollars a week at the Public Theater and sharing a space downstairs together, so we grew to love each other. That dynamic for me as an original company member is special to me.”

― Anthony Ramos

“Far too often, girls are not given the space and opportunities they need to achieve their full potential.”

― Antonio Guterres

“Xerox did OK in moving to digital in the commercial space. They didn’t do well in the consumer market, but they’re not a consumer brand. They don’t even know how to spell consumer.”

― Antonio Perez

“I think the universe is pure geometry – basically, a beautiful shape twisting around and dancing over space-time.”

― Antony Garrett Lisi

“Cities have become places where we are controlled, by CCTV and other means, in the same way as machines are controlled. My works provide an imaginative space in which this can be challenged. It’s like opening a window in a closed room.”

― Antony Gormley

“I used to think that the great thing about sculpture was that, like Stonehenge, it was something that stood against time in an adamantine way, and was an absolute mass in space. Now I try to use the language of architecture to redescribe the body as a place.”

― Antony Gormley

“I would say that the whole way that I have approached the body is as a space, not a thing – not an object to be improved, idealised or whatever, but simply to be dwelt in.”

― Antony Gormley

“The Fuse is a solar energy station in orbit 22,000 miles above the earth. But it’s more than just a big solar panel array. The Fuse is also home to Midway City, a technically illegal settlement that grew out of a bunch of engineers who decided they’d rather make a new life in space than return home to earth.”

― Antony Johnston

“After working with Woody Allen, sharing screen space with De Niro was a dream come true.”

― Anupam Kher

“To get noticed, I had to take my films in a space which was much more democratic in terms of cinema – the international film festivals.”

― Anurag Kashyap

“I would love to share screen space with Pawan Kalyan.”

― Anushka Shetty

“Having plenty of living space has to be the greatest luxury in a city, and I guess in some sense Bombay is the antithesis of what living in Canada must be.”

― Aravind Adiga

“That’s been a huge recurring thing in growing up – allowing two things to exist in the same space even though, instinctively, they might not be designated to.”

― Arca

“Arca means ‘box’ or ‘wooden’ in very old Spanish. It’s a ceremonial container where you store jewelry or valuables, an empty space that can become pregnant with whatever music or meaning I give to it.”

― Arca

“You can only really hear the beat of your own drum if you give yourself the space to sit in it.”

― Ari Graynor

“The best bands kept making records and had this evolution, where by the end, by their commercial phase or sellout phase, the records are from outer space.”

― Ariel Rechtshaid

“Sometimes I think we’re alone in the universe, and sometimes I think we’re not. In either case the idea is quite staggering.”

― Arthur C. Clarke

“Perhaps, as some wit remarked, the best proof that there is Intelligent Life in Outer Space is the fact it hasn’t come here. Well, it can’t hide forever – one day we will overhear it.”

― Arthur C. Clarke

“Not that the propositions of geometry are only approximately true, but that they remain absolutely true in regard to that Euclidean space which has been so long regarded as being the physical space of our experience.”

― Arthur Cayley

“We never waste space saying, ‘On the one hand.’ We just state an opinion in a Godlike voice.”

― Arthur Christiansen

“After 1980, you never heard reference to space again. Surface, the most convincing evidence of the descent into materialism, became the focus of design. Space disappeared.”

― Arthur Erickson

“Space has always been the spiritual dimension of architecture. It is not the physical statement of the structure so much as what it contains that moves us.”

― Arthur Erickson

“The obsession with performance left no room for the development of the intuitive or spiritual impact of space and form other than the aesthetic of the machine itself.”

― Arthur Erickson

“As a child, I spent a lot of time wandering around the prairies and in the hills, and there was a sense that it was such a wide-open space, and there was kind of a feeling of potential. I could imagine anything happening there.”

― Arthur Slade

“Once you have set the goal, give your staff the space to get there. If you micromanage, you will be able to do very little.”

― Arundhati Bhattacharya

“There is potential for more Chinese investment in India’s infrastructure, and there are already Chinese investors in India’s power and telecoms sector as well as the banking and payments space.”

― Arundhati Bhattacharya

“I was on the lookout for something different, as I was exhausted with the fiction space. When I was asked to host ‘Tujhse Naaraz Nahin Zindagi,’ it was not as an actor but as an individual, and on being explained the concept, I found it interesting and accepted it since it was about real people and real life.”

― Ashish Sharma

“I used to love those little cute bottles of amenities in the hotel room. And while the soap, shampoo, conditioner, and lotion may smell great, they waste an incredible amount of plastic and space in your luggage.”

― Ashlan Gorse Cousteau

“Everybody wants a seat at the table, but nobody wants to give up space.”

― Ashleigh Murray

“I don’t think I could live with anybody. I had roommates, and it’s not for me. I like my space!”

― Ashley Benson

“It’s up to me to use my brain, be clever, find the pockets of space, and get on the ball.”

― Ashley Young

“I certainly don’t think I’m deserving of taking up space forever as a human. There’s a whole generation of people yet to be born that are going to be so much more evolved than I am. I don’t want to take up space. They’re going to be better equipped to make the world a better place than I am.”

― Ashton Kutcher

“Past experience has shown that the Islamists gain space when civilian authority weakens.”

― Asma Jahangir

“The film camera’s ability to physically move through space, not zoom through space – every time we have a video camera the movement is through zoom; every time we have a film camera it is a physical movement.”

― Atom Egoyan

“I’m glad that it didn’t take as long to get Shepard off the ground as it’s taken this series. I’d begun to think the Congo would be ahead of us in the space race before Whispering Smith ever got on the air.”

― Audie Murphy

“The more evident it is that a certain company is going to become the market leader in a big market space, then the higher the valuation goes because the risk has been dramatically reduced.”

― Audrey MacLean

“Because I’ve lived in one room my entire life, working at the same table that you use to pay bills at and eat at. It’s going to be nice to have actual space.”

― Augusten Burroughs

“There’s really no precedent for someone like me gaining clout in the space that I’m in – a black woman directing films in Hollywood.”

― Ava DuVernay

“I think of Canada, first and foremost, in terms of space. The amount of space available is breathtaking.”

― Ayaan Hirsi Ali

“There is no point in playing safe, because the audiences love different quirks: something that is crazy and out-of-the-box. I think that’s what my space is, and if you are going to have your own space in the industry, this is where I want to be.”

― Ayushmann Khurrana

“I think being able to juggle time and mind space comes with the trajectory of being an actor.”

― Ayushmann Khurrana

“I won’t say that I’m an agnostic, since agnosticism maintains that one cannot know… but I’m not averse to the idea of some intelligence or some organizing force that set up the initial conditions of the universe in such a way that ultimately generated stars, planets and life.”

― B. F. Skinner

“The Indian business has largely grown on the back of exports. The domestic markets, as far as our Indian business is concerned, actually have contracted because of the contraction in the medium and heavy commercial vehicle space.”

― Baba Kalyani

“In 2014, we have some new activities and new order wins in the non-automotive space.”

― Baba Kalyani

“Inside the car is truly my own personal space.”

― Bae Suzy

“Conceptually, we believe that embedded mining will ultimately establish bitcoin as a fundamental system resource on par with CPU, bandwidth, hard drive space, and RAM.”

― Balaji Srinivasan

“The thing about hip-hop today is it’s smart, it’s insightful. The way they can communicate a complex message in a very short space is remarkable.”

― Barack Obama

“As long as the plots keep arriving from outer space, I’ll go on with my virgins.”

― Barbara Cartland

“I felt the most intense pleasure in piercing the stone in order to make an abstract form and space; quite a different sensation from that of doing it for the purpose of realism.”

― Barbara Hepworth

“What you lose in blindness is the space around you, the place where you are, and without that you might not exist. You could be nowhere at all.”

― Barbara Kingsolver

“I like suggesting that ‘we are slaves to the objects around us,’ that ‘plenty should be enough,’ or that the ‘buyer should beware,’ within the context of conventional selling space.”

― Barbara Kruger

“Things change and work changes. Right now I like the idea of enveloping a space and getting messages across that connect to the world in ways that seem familiar but are different.”

― Barbara Kruger

“Before we had airplanes and astronauts, we really thought that there was an actual place beyond the clouds, somewhere over the rainbow. There was an actual place, and we could go above the clouds and find it there.”

― Barbara Walters

“The sun and its retinue of planets drift as a group through the vast gulfs of space that separate the stars.”

― Barney Oliver

“What I am trying to do is create a space for people to explore what they want to be, as opposed to fit into a label that they have been given.”

― Baron Vaughn

“I have friends who I consider my peers, who have done amazing work, particularly in the film and television space, who came up as independent artists and who have been – to be brutally honest – much more prolific than I was able to be.”

― Barry Jenkins

“Ah, you may leave here, for four days in space, but when you return, it’s the same old place.”

― Barry McGuire

“I credit Google for having the foresight to identify threats to its main business of selling advertising against search results. The potential loss of market share in the mobile space led them to the Android acquisition.”

― Barry Ritholtz

“Grilling is an easy tradition to start at any age! To get started, one only needs a modest investment in equipment and a little bit of outdoor space.”

― Barton Seaver

“An album is a whole universe, and the recording studio is a three-dimensional kind of art space that I can fill with sound. Just as the album art and videos are ways of adding more dimensions to the words and music. I like to be involved in all of it because it’s all of a piece.”

― Bat for Lashes

“I think space and music go hand in hand in the sense that they give a little more mystery and magic to life.”

― Bazzi

“Writing plays supplied for me everything that painting didn’t, which is the ability to tell stories in real time, in a real space, in three dimensions, in flesh and blood. I realized I had been trying to cram all this narrative into my paintings, but ultimately painting was a static medium. So it just opened up this whole new door.”

― Beau Willimon

“The way I play, it’s very much more a mental game than a physical game. I’m looking for space and where are players leaving space. Defensively, where are we at numerical disadvantages? Do I shift more to the left because they have more players on their right side? It’s about reading the game before the game happens.”

― Becky Sauerbrunn

“Parents cannot be in the same physical space as their children at all times.”

― Beeban Kidron

“When contrarian voices are elevated to publications once viewed as places where contending ideas shared space, organized online backlash is now inevitable.”

― Ben Domenech

“The way I choose to live my own life rates time and space as real luxuries.”

― Ben Elliot

“Creating a safe space at our shows isn’t encouraging anything. It’s just saying thank you.”

― Ben Hopkins

“What we do is provide a suggestion. We say, ‘We’re queer. We’re going to do this; we’re going to open up the space to queer thought.’ People don’t have to show up, but they do.”

― Ben Hopkins

“I want to say that our shows are safer-spaces shows. Don’t push anyone or affect anyone’s space.”

― Ben Hopkins

“For queer people, the personal is very political, just to talk about it in a public space. It’s very political just to come out and take up that space and be like, ‘This is my narrative. It’s not an outsider narrative, and it’s not a fetish narrative; it’s just my story, and it’s worth being told and listened to.’”

― Ben Hopkins

“In some sense, prose fiction is just a way of unlocking a space. If I can unlock the space, it comes out and it’s vivid, I find that I care about it, and it’s part of me.”

― Ben Marcus

“With every inch of land on Earth now catalogued by our satellites, the stars are the next place we as a species must travel. And with a booming world population that will hit 9.1 billion in 2050, large-scale space travel may become a necessity.”

― Ben Parr

“Point-to-point transit via low orbit could dramatically speed up international flights, connecting the world even further. And safe, consistent space travel opens up the possibility of commercial space stations, trips to the moon and exploration beyond.”

― Ben Parr

“Even if someone is already in your market space, ask yourself whether you can approach it from a different angle and thereby secure your own customer base.”

― Benjamin Cohen

“Directing is very close to choreography; you deal with space, time, emotions, lighting, making beautiful images.”

― Benjamin Millepied

“At the same time, new concepts and abstractions flow into the picture, taking up the task of describing the universe without reference to such time or space – abstractions for which our language lacks adequate terms.”

― Benjamin Whorf

“I like to think that Harry Cohn is having a somewhat difficult time sleeping in his grave thinking of a chick with a white shag rug taking over his space.”

― Betsy Beers

“Oh, don’t let’s ask for the moon. We’ve already got the stars.”

― Bette Davis

“The value that SoftBank saw in us was that we are a technology company in the mobile Internet space.”

― Bhavish Aggarwal

“A lot of the songs that I wrote during ‘Pt. 1’ and ‘Pt. 2’ are the first songs that I ever wrote that sounded like that. I was in this phase – a certain creative space in my life – personally and musically.”

― Bibi Bourelly

“An awful lot of England is slowly eroding, in ways that I find really distressing, and an awful lot of it is the hedgerows… We’re reaching the point where a lot of the English countryside looks just like Iowa – just kind of open space.”

― Bill Bryson

“I think a craft becomes an art form when the space of possible solutions becomes so huge that engineering can’t carry you through.”

― Bill Budge

“I think growing up in such a small town – before cell phones, before the Internet, before Facebook, before we had access to people’s interiors – there was a great deal of space between people’s lives. I spent a lot of time imagining into the lives of the people I grew up with.”

― Bill Clegg

“Space offers extraordinary potential for commerce and adventure, for new innovations and new tests of will. As Americans, we can’t help but reach for the stars. It’s our nature. It’s our destiny.”

― Bill Frist

“If a candidate for president said he believed that space aliens dwell among us, would that affect your willingness to vote for him? Personally, I might not disqualify him out of hand; one out of three Americans believe we have had Visitors and, hey, who knows? But I would certainly want to ask a few questions.”

― Bill Keller

“I think about the cosmic snowball theory. A few million years from now the sun will burn out and lose its gravitational pull. The earth will turn into a giant snowball and be hurled through space. When that happens it won’t matter if I get this guy out.”

― Bill Lee

“I loved dinosaurs, I loved space, and I thought maybe I’d be the first paleo-astronaut.”

― Bill Maris

“I think ‘Lost in Space’ certainly shifted from being an ensemble adventure series about a family facing the unknown alien environment to this trio of comedians – Dr. Smith, the Robot, and Will Robinson being the straight guy. It definitely changed its tone over the three seasons and 84 episodes we did.”

― Bill Mumy

“From the age of four, I was a huge comic fan and still am. When Lost in Space came along it was like being in a huge comic so we jumped at the chance of being part of that project and it proved to be a good choice.”

― Bill Mumy

“And of course, I absolutely loved making Lost in Space as a kid.”

― Bill Mumy

“Well, I’ve been a big fan of comic books since I was a little kid. In fact, I used to write and draw my own comic books when I was on the old Lost in Space series.”

― Bill Mumy

“I started playing the guitar when we started filming the pilot to ‘Lost in Space,’ which was way back in December of 1964, and there’s a little bit in the pilot that was used in the first season where Will Robinson is sitting around some bad foam rubber rock playing and singing ‘Greensleeves.’”

― Bill Mumy

“The head of NASA ought to be a space professional, not a politician.”

― Bill Nelson

“If the Earth gets hit by an asteroid, it’s game over. It’s control-alt-delete for civilization.”

― Bill Nye

“NASA is an engine of innovation and inspiration as well as the world’s premier space exploration agency, and we are well served by politicians working to keep it that way, instead of turning it into a mere jobs program, or worse, cutting its budget.”

― Bill Nye

“To try to really land a spacecraft really on another world is really difficult, and if we lose that ability, it’s going to be heartbreaking.”

― Bill Nye

“Everyone, red state, blue state, everyone supports space exploration.”

― Bill Nye

“I’ve always loved airplanes and flight. The space program was really important to me as a kid. I still have a photo of Armstrong and Aldrin on the moon in my living room.”

― Bill Nye

“But investment in space stimulates society, it stimulates it economically, it stimulates it intellectually, and it gives us all passion.”

― Bill Nye

“I don’t know if I would play a woman in space in a bikini.”

― Billie Lourd

“The ‘International Style of Modernism’ came with the advent of building services. In the end, the architecture became like a container space, essentially like a boring box with a basement full of machinery to make it inhabitable. As a result, buildings literally started to look identical all over the planet.”

― Bjarke Ingels

“Today, we have sophisticated building technology: we can calculate and simulate the environments and performance of the building, the thermal exposure of envelop, or the air flow through an urban space or structure.”

― Bjarke Ingels

“I don’t really like living in a very small space, like a tour bus, even though I have an amazing tour bus, and I’ve had multiple tour buses. It’s still not a lot of room.”

― Blackbear

“The eternal silence of these infinite spaces frightens me.”

― Blaise Pascal

“Through space the universe encompasses and swallows me up like an atom; through thought I comprehend the world.”

― Blaise Pascal

“Looking down the road, space exploration and the benefits it yields – in medicine and information technology – should not be overlooked.”

― Bob Barr

“To all the women that I’ve offended, I had no intention to be offensive, to violate any physical or emotional space. I was trying to establish personal relationships, but the combination of awkwardness and hubris led to behavior that I think many found offensive.”

― Bob Filner

“Coming home to a tidy, pulled-together space will help everything in your life feel the same way.”

― Bobby Berk

“It was as though all my hostilities, anxieties, and conflicts were in one ball that was flying away into space, farther from me all the time, leaving me content with myself.”

― Bobby Darin

“I try to space out my films.”

― Bobby Deol

“My partner and I are looking at several locations on Park Avenue South and Midtown for a new restaurant space.”

― Bobby Flay

“Competitive golf is played mainly on a five-and-a-half-inch course… the space between your ears.”

― Bobby Jones

“I steal props from ‘SNL’ a great deal. Almost every sketch I’m in, I try to grab something from it, so I have a storage space full of props.”

― Bobby Moynihan

“Usually when I’m out doing stuff, I’m just out in the wild, doing the wild thing. I don’t really get a chance to just chill out until I come here, in my creative space.”

― Bootsy Collins

“Most of the time, it’s pretending I’m somebody else to get into a different head space. A lot of times, it’s just, ‘Who do I want to be onstage tonight? Is it going to be Marc Bolan, or is it going to be Grace Jones, or Roy Orbison?’”

― Borns

“If you move something 10 pounds through space and then stop suddenly, there’s a little overshoot. When you transfer weight from one leg to another, there’s a certain way that it happens.”

― Brad Bird

“If you look at a lot of animated movies, they don’t pay attention to how things move through space.”

― Brad Bird

“I think if you have a really big, heavy person, there’s a feeling of an invisible puppeteer jerking them around in space. They don’t feel like they are moving themselves.”

― Brad Bird

“At the time that George Lucas made the first ‘Star Wars,’ space was always presented as pristine. And he wanted to show that they may be fabulous vehicles, but they’ve been driven some miles. And, without anyone thinking about it or thinking that was going to help make it a pop hit, everybody believed in that world, because it looked inhabited.”

― Brad Bird

“I had been exposed to bitcoin early. I thought the consumer application of it felt, to me, further away. I thought there would be faster adoption of the blockchain in the enterprise space and with banks.”

― Brad Garlinghouse

“I love having beautiful furniture and things, but I don’t want my space to look like a showroom.”

― Brad Goreski

“A creative space is an important thing. There are so many studios that feel like doctor’s offices in Nashville. I couldn’t write there.”

― Brad Paisley

“One of the most incredible and important things about the theater is that we’re creating a safe space for all feelings, but especially, ugly feelings.”

― Branden Jacobs-Jenkins

“You must figure out where the money is coming from. Money won’t come find you. There are a ton of genius technologists in the blockchain space, but the harder part is figuring out how to make money.”

― Brayton Williams

“When Facebook acquired Oculus, the game changed immediately. You saw big companies jumping in. You saw people like Google getting fully committed, and then Microsoft came along with HoloLens – there was a lot of stuff that people were doing before, but now the space really ignited.”

― Brendan Iribe

“We look at Sony as someone who’s jumping into the space to help evangelize and build out VR. They’re very centered around a console experience.”

― Brendan Iribe

“We imagine that some people will jump into the AR and VR space that are complementary. We look at Google Glass. It’s very complementary. It’s not competitive. It’s a different experience. It’s used for different purposes.”

― Brendan Iribe

“All through my senior year, luckily, I didn’t have too many hard classes, just a lot of electives. I was able to spend most of my time at the practice space.”

― Brendon Urie

“By lowering the barrier to create new digital currency applications, we’ll see an explosion in the number of ideas tried. We’ll invest in, partner with, or build a number of new applications in this space, including replacements for many of the services people use in finance 1.0.”

― Brian Armstrong

“It’s important to understand how Coinbase thinks about regulation and compliance in the digital currency space. As an exchange, we view compliance as key to digital currency’s success.”

― Brian Armstrong

“The show is called ‘The Office,’ and while it focuses on the people, the architecture of the space is very important.”

― Brian Baumgartner

“Truthfully, we don’t want my Weezer affiliation to have any bearing on whether someone likes us or not. It’s an entirely different thing. The Space Twins have our own chemistry.”

― Brian Bell

“When I was thinking of people for the Space Twins, I wanted people who were sort of space cadets in the first place. I consider myself to be one.”

― Brian Bell

“Seeing people ahead of time and getting acquainted with the space you’re playing in is important to getting comfortable in that place.”

― Brian Bell

“I remember going to London with my father in 1968 to see ‘2001: A Space Odyssey.’ I just soaked in that movie. To me, that was real; it was going to happen.”

― Brian Binnie

“I have marvelous dreams! I meet Buddha, I meet Jesus, I meet Mohammed. I constantly dream of space, stars and planets: we are the children of stardust.”

― Brian Blessed

“When I was a child, I wanted to… go into space! To go to Mars. I wanted to explore and explore and explore. I wanted to go to the Lost World in South America – I was heartbroken to discover there were no dinosaurs; I still don’t accept it.”

― Brian Blessed

“Once music ceases to be ephemeral – always disappearing – and becomes instead material… it leaves the condition of traditional music and enters the condition of painting. It becomes a painting, existing as material in space, not immaterial in time.”

― Brian Eno

“Every moment is as real as every other. Every ‘now,’ when you say, ‘This is the real moment,’ is as real as every other ‘now’ – and therefore all the moments are just out there. Just as every location in space is out there, I think every moment in time is out there, too.”

― Brian Greene

“In the far, far future, essentially all matter will have returned to energy. But because of the enormous expansion of space, this energy will be spread so thinly that it will hardly ever convert back to even the lightest particles of matter. Instead, a faint mist of light will fall for eternity through an ever colder and quieter cosmos.”

― Brian Greene

“String theory envisions a multiverse in which our universe is one slice of bread in a big cosmic loaf. The other slices would be displaced from ours in some extra dimension of space.”

― Brian Greene

“I wouldn’t say that ‘The Fabric of the Cosmos’ is a book on cosmology. Cosmology certainly plays a big part, but the major theme is our ever-evolving understanding of space and time, and what it all means for our sense of reality.”

― Brian Greene

“The melded nature of space and time is intimately woven with properties of light speed. The inviolable nature of the speed of light is actually, in Einstein’s hands, talking about the inviolable nature of cause and effect.”

― Brian Greene

“In any finite region of space, matter can only arrange itself in a finite number of configurations, just as a deck of cards can be arranged in only finitely many different orders. If you shuffle the deck infinitely many times, the card orderings must necessarily repeat.”

― Brian Greene

“In ‘Sidney’s Comet,’ thanks to all the consumerism, all the garbage had to be put in deep space, even though we’re not supposed to litter the cosmos – that was an environmental message. Although it was funny, it had an important message.”

― Brian Herbert

“The phone space is tough because it is consolidated.”

― Brian Krzanich

“To me, a theater is a kind of a sacred space. It needs a kind of ceremony, like what happens when you consecrate a church.”

― Brian Stokes Mitchell

“I always like to talk about how important space is. Art is in the spaces. Anybody can sing a note; it takes an artist to sing the spaces. Anybody can paint a brushstroke; it takes an artist to know when not to put the brushstroke.”

― Brian Stokes Mitchell

“In my earlier paintings, I wanted the space between the picture plane and the spectator to be active.”

― Bridget Riley

“When you eliminate all stimuli, your brain is like, ‘Finally, we’ve got some space! I want to talk with you about something!’”

― Brie Larson

“One of my early heroes was Sally Ride, the first American woman in space.”

― Brooke Baldwin

“At age 12, it was obvious. I had to go to Space Camp.”

― Brooke Baldwin

“I grew up in Atlanta, which meant the U.S. Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama, was a mere 200 miles away.”

― Brooke Baldwin

“Elon just presented a plan for settling the solar system in this century that is realistic and affordable. In my paper, ‘A Pathway to a Thriving Commercial Space Economy’ at IAC, I also laid out a path forward to a growing economy in space that produces new opportunities for all.”

― Bruce Pittman

“If there’s going to be the development of a commercial space economy, whatever it is, shouldn’t you do your exploration to prepare a path for what’s going to come next?”

― Bruce Pittman

“NSS is pleased that VP Pence has provided a strong endorsement for public-private partnerships in space.”

― Bruce Pittman

“NSS strongly supports the usage of space to provide benefits to people living on the Earth. The Iridium satellites enable first responders to communicate rapidly during an emergency anywhere in the world.”

― Bruce Pittman

“Competition like that seen between Blue Origin and SpaceX is key to rapid progress in space.”

― Bruce Pittman

“You see this swirl of ideas and interaction of different players. Those interactions are helping to increase the pace of commercial space activity. We are bringing the pace of Silicon Valley to the space program.”

― Bruce Pittman

“NSS is delighted to support the New Horizons mission by helping to share this exciting milestone in space exploration with the general public in America and around the world.”

― Bruce Pittman

“The commercial space industry owes a huge debt to Patti Grace Smith. There might not be a commercial spaceflight industry were it not for Patti’s leadership.”

― Bruce Pittman

“The Enterprise In Space program is an exciting opportunity to simultaneously advance cutting edge technologies while getting students from around the world engaged in STEAM and space education.”

― Bruce Pittman

“The National Space Society is proud to have EIS as our flagship spaceflight program, and we look forward to the remarkable results that will flow from its successful completion.”

― Bruce Pittman

“Hollywood films are alienating to the spectator because they use too much dialogue, too much explication and leave no space for the viewer. They depress me.”

― Bruno Dumont

“I always sleep on my own. I can’t sleep with somebody else. Always separate bedrooms, bathrooms and closets. I’m very individual and I want my own space.”

― Bruno Tonioli

“In the coming era of manned space exploration by the private sector, market forces will spur development and yield new, low-cost space technologies. If the history of private aviation is any guide, private development efforts will be safer, too.”

― Burt Rutan

“With any luck, by the time NASA’s space probe hits Pluto, you’ll be booking a spaceflight with a privately run suborbital airline.”

― Burt Rutan

“Our goal is to show that you can develop a robust, safe manned space program and do it at an extremely low cost.”

― Burt Rutan

“In 12 or 15 years, there will be routine, affordable space tourism not just in the U.S. but in a lot of countries.”

― Burt Rutan

“Space travel is the only technology that is more dangerous and more expensive now than it was in its first year. Fifty years after Yuri Gagarin, the space shuttle ended up being more dangerous and more expensive to fly than those first throwaway rockets, even though large portions of it were reusable. It’s absurd.”

― Burt Rutan

“To allow public access to orbit, we would need breakthroughs that would lower the cost by a lot more than an order of magnitude and increase safety by a factor of 100 as compared to every launch system used since the first manned space flight. I think airborne launch will be a significant part of the safety solution.”

― Burt Rutan

“By 1931, after a few years’ experience of flying scheduled airlines, those planes were operating at roughly 600 times the safety of the space shuttle. I look at safety not in terms of fatalities per passenger-mile, but when you get in and close the door, what is the risk of dying on this flight?”

― Burt Rutan

“A NASA-funded study estimates that if the price of a ticket to space approached $100,000, close to a million people would buy one. That’s a $100 billion industry. Microsoft cofounder Paul Allen gave me $20 million in startup funding to go after that market.”

― Burt Rutan

“By 1973, we had a space station, the Skylab, and we had multiple probes going up to planets. So, all this wonderful stuff happened in 10 to 15 years. About that time, there should have been enormous initiatives to make it affordable for people to fly in space, not just a handful of trained NASA astronauts and Russian cosmonauts.”

― Burt Rutan

“Iran wants to join the group of countries that want to know about the biggest things, like space.”

― Burton Richter

“We’re not co-sleeping. I’m all for what people want to do in their home, but I need my bed. I’m a terrible sleeper… I toss and turn and flip, and it would just be a disaster if there were a baby there. And I think it’s important for a kid to have their own space.”

― Busy Philipps

“As a television actor, when we work in TV, what we’re doing is making a product so that networks can sell ad space.”

― Busy Philipps

“There may be aliens in our Milky Way galaxy, and there are billions of other galaxies. The probability is almost certain that there is life somewhere in space.”

― Buzz Aldrin

“Retain the vision for space exploration. If we turn our backs on the vision again, we’re going to have to live in a secondary position in human space flight for the rest of the century.”

― Buzz Aldrin

“Bringing an asteroid back to Earth? What’s that have to do with space exploration? If we were moving outward from there, and an asteroid is a good stopping point, then fine. But now it’s turned into a whole planetary defense exercise at the cost of our outward exploration.”

― Buzz Aldrin

“As we begin to have landings on the moon, we can alternate those with vertical launch of similar crew modules on similar launch vehicles for vertical-launch tourism in space, if you want to call it that… adventure travel.”

― Buzz Aldrin

“Space is not just going up and coming back down again. Space is getting into orbit and being there, living there, establishing a presence, a permanence.”

― Buzz Aldrin

“We should’ve asked China to be a portion of the space station. We should’ve worked out ways that we can… just give away the technology that we have that puts things up into space, with cooperation up above the atmosphere that’s needed to help each other.”

― Buzz Aldrin

“I think both the space shuttle program and the International Space Station program have not really lived up to their expectations.”

― Buzz Aldrin

“Space travel for everyone is the next frontier in the human experience.”

― Buzz Aldrin

“I am excited to think that the development of commercial capabilities to send humans into low Earth orbit will likely result in so many more Earthlings being able to experience the transformative power of space flight.”

― Buzz Aldrin

“I want people to go into space, to orbit around the world a few times, even to stay there for 24 hours and then come back to where they took off. And I also want people with a low income to be able to do that, not only rich people.”

― Buzz Aldrin

“By venturing into space, we improve life for everyone here on Earth – scientific advances and innovations that come from this kind of research create products we use in our daily lives.”

― Buzz Aldrin

“Landing in the ocean and waiting for the Navy to come alongside and haul you out of the drink is what space capsules require. And after the capsule is recovered, it would take weeks for the ship to return to port.”

― Buzz Aldrin

“I think humans will reach Mars, and I would like to see it happen in my lifetime.”

― Buzz Aldrin

“The purpose of going to Mars is for humans to first begin to occupy, permanently, another planet in the solar system. The astronauts or pilgrims, whatever you might call them, are going to be very historically unique human beings.”

― Buzz Aldrin

“Absolutely the United States should lead in space, for the survival of the United States. It’s inspiring for the next generation. If we lose leadership, then we’ll be using Chinese capability to inspire Americans.”

― Buzz Aldrin

“Space tourism is a logical outgrowth of the adventure tourist market.”

― Buzz Aldrin

“Can you imagine, in 2030, taking a space cruise on the very ship that carried the first human beings to Mars? I can’t believe that people wouldn’t line up for that possibility.”

― Buzz Aldrin

“We must still think of ourselves as pioneers to understand the importance of space.”

― Buzz Aldrin

“There are many people talking about access to space and, ‘How can we make that cheaper? How can we turn that into a Southwest Airlines versus the big airlines?’”

― Buzz Aldrin

“In space, you don’t get that much noise. Noise doesn’t propagate in a vacuum.”

― Buzz Aldrin

“Anything we can do in the near future that begins to stimulate the interest of people – seeing somebody down the street have an opportunity to go into space – buoys up the whole neighborhood.”

― Buzz Aldrin

“There were about six years when there was not one American who went into space. We shouldn’t do that again.”

― Buzz Aldrin

“Everyone who’s been in space would, I’m sure, welcome the opportunity for a return to the exhilarating experiences there.”

― Buzz Aldrin

“You can never tell when a commercial space venture will suddenly become viable.”

― Buzz Aldrin

“It’s time to open the space frontier to citizen explorers.”

― Buzz Aldrin

“If you want poets in space, you’ll have to wait.”

― Buzz Aldrin

“If we can conquer space, we can conquer childhood hunger.”

― Buzz Aldrin

“To move forward, what’s required is a unified space agenda based on exploration, science, development, commerce, and security.”

― Buzz Aldrin

“Space architectures capable of supporting a permanent human presence on Mars are extraordinarily complex, with many different interdependent systems.”

― Buzz Aldrin

“One of the major problems with long-term deep space human flight is the requirement for radiation shielding.”

― Buzz Aldrin

“Instead of planning the retirement of the Space Shuttle program, America should be preparing the shuttles for their next step in space: evolving, not shutting them down and laying off thousands of people.”

― Buzz Aldrin

“What’s aero braking? That’s a way to use the gravity and upper atmosphere of Earth to sling shot a ship out either deeper into space, or slow it down to be ‘captured’ by Earth’s gravity.”

― Buzz Aldrin

“Having walked on the Moon, I know something about what we need to explore, really explore, in space.”

― Buzz Aldrin

“Before deciding what to do about national space policy, Obama set up an outside review panel of space experts, headed up by my friend Norm Augustine, former head of Lockheed Martin and a former government official.”

― Buzz Aldrin

“When the time comes to start building deep space transports and refueling rocket tankers, it will be the commercial industry that steps up, not another government-owned, government-managed enterprise.”

― Buzz Aldrin

“With his deeds, not only words, President Obama has revitalized our struggling space program.”

― Buzz Aldrin

“Not everyone will understand this need for America to lead the world in space.”

― Buzz Aldrin

“People come up to me and say, ‘It’s too bad the space program got canceled.’ This is not the case, and yet that is what most of the public thinks has happened.”

― Buzz Aldrin

“When I die there may be a paragraph or two in the newspapers. My name will linger in the British Museum Reading Room catalogue for a space at the head of a long list of books for which no one will ever ask.”

― C. S. Forester

“I enjoyed L.A. because it was nice to be in the sunshine and live in a house with proper wardrobes. I loved the space.”

― Caitriona Balfe

“You tend to compose things more in the middle of frame in 3-D than you would in a conventional frame. You can really see composition in 2-D but in 3-D your composition is much more complex. Everything has to be artificially enhanced. But you do gain something else with 3-D: you have a sense of space and heightened reality.”

― Caleb Deschanel

“StyleHaul will allow me more opportunities to express my point of view in the lifestyle and fashion space.”

― Cameron Dallas

“We are building a company, Gemini, and the ETF, which is another company. I don’t know if we’re experts, but the goal is not to be an expert but to change the world. Does Richard Branson understand all the physics behind his space craft? I’m not sure.”

― Cameron Winklevoss

“Madonna can still produce a catchy pop song, but she hasn’t expanded her artistic vocabulary since the 1990s. Her concerts are glitzy extravaganzas of special effects overkill. She leaves little space in them for emotional depth or unscripted rapport with the audience.”

― Camille Paglia

“Now that our kids are getting older, they need their space. We dug out the basement so they will have a place to go crazy in the wintertime. My son is already talking about how he’s going to make a skateboard ramp. It’s just a mosh pit down there, so they can do whatever they want. We’re not even going to finish it.”

― Candice Olson

“I’ve dealt with a lot of couples over the years, and most cite the battle for closet and bathroom space as one of the most frequent causes of marital discord.”

― Candice Olson

“I know it can be difficult for parents, but I really do believe that kids need to play the predominant role in the choices that go into their own space.”

― Candice Olson

“First stop when I’m on set is my trailer. I like to set my stuff down and lock the door. Be in my own space for a few minutes.”

― Candice Patton

“We must admit with humility that, while number is purely a product of our minds, space has a reality outside our minds, so that we cannot completely prescribe its properties a priori.”

― Carl Friedrich Gauss

“It is far better to grasp the universe as it really is than to persist in delusion, however satisfying and reassuring.”

― Carl Sagan

“Who are we? We find that we live on an insignificant planet of a humdrum star lost in a galaxy tucked away in some forgotten corner of a universe in which there are far more galaxies than people.”

― Carl Sagan

“Even these stars, which seem so numerous, are as sand, as dust – or less than dust – in the enormity of the space in which there is nothing.”

― Carl Sagan

“The boundary between space and the earth is purely arbitrary. And I’ll probably always be interested in this planet – it’s my favorite.”

― Carl Sagan

“The moon is a friend for the lonesome to talk to.”

― Carl Sandburg

“Keeping your space clean is as much a part of the end result as the dish being tasty.”

― Carla Hall

“In Italy there’s perhaps a little less space than in Spain, but there’s certainly as much sunshine.”

― Carlo Rubbia

“I write in that space between Ella’s childhood and mine. I know it all sounds a bit sinister.”

― Carol Ann Duffy

“Cassini was an international undertaking, led by NASA and the European Space Agency and designed to be, in every dimension, a dramatic advance over Voyager. At the size of a school bus, it was bigger than Voyager and outfitted with the most sophisticated scientific instruments ever carried into the outer solar system.”

― Carolyn Porco

“By the time I finished high school, I knew I wanted to become an astronomer. By the time I finished college, I knew I wanted to be part of the American space program. And that’s exactly what I did.”

― Carolyn Porco

“I have arthritis. The space around my spinal cord has become compressed.”

― Carrie Ann Inaba

“When the band first started, it was so much about carving out some space for myself and our audience and our songs.”

― Carrie Brownstein

“Of course, ‘Portlandia’ is all about ways that people curate their physical space and their life.”

― Carrie Brownstein

“I love studying asteroids because they are relatively simple, just rocks in space. They can be understood with physics and described with elegant equations. For the most part, they are serene celestial bodies.”

― Carrie Nugent

“NEOCam wouldn’t need cryogen, and it would also be able to see entirely new areas of space. It can scan the sky in a new way.”

― Carrie Nugent

“I am in the process of starting a nonprofit organization that gives rescued animals a home in a simulated wild environment and, for those who have been tested on, who are disabled, aggressive, etc., their own space to live out their days.”

― Casey Affleck

“When many astronauts go to space, they see the insignificant size of the earth and vastness of space, and they become very religious, because they have seen the Signs of Allah.”

― Cat Stevens

“The Well taught us how to create a civilized space for debate, speak in our own voices, use our real names, mediate flame wars, and boot trolls. Brand’s mantra was, ‘You own your own words,’ meaning you have the right to say your piece but must also take responsibility for what you say.”

― Caterina Fake

“Decide where and when you want to write. I like space, and silence is an inspiration to me.”

― Cecelia Ahern

“Rhythm is the life of space of time danced through.”

― Cecil Taylor

“I feel like there’s a lot of noise in the social space. The Vines and Instagrams of the world are gaining traction, and their solutions are perfect for their communities.”

― Chad Hurley

“I’m lucky to be in a space where I’ve been accepted for who I am and celebrated for who I am.”

― Chance The Rapper

“With ‘Acid Rap,’ I allowed myself to be really open-minded and free with who I allowed into my musical space. I wanted to make a cohesive product, but I also just want to make a bunch of dope songs inspired by whatever sounds I liked.”

― Chance The Rapper

“There’s nothing like seeing your floor clear because you organized and cleared the space of all that clutter. That’s how I feel when I go to my therapist.”

― Charlamagne tha God

“There are moments of existence when time and space are more profound, and the awareness of existence is immensely heightened.”

― Charles Baudelaire

“I think a Moon base is not necessary to get to Mars, but I think it will be helpful. It would give you a chance to develop and mature some systems; long duration, deep space stuff; and you’re close enough to get some help, via radio from Earth.”

― Charles Duke

“Nothing puzzles me more than the time and space; and yet nothing troubles me less.”

― Charles Lamb

“When the International Space Station is finally launched, it will be fitted with special nickel-hydrogen batteries weighing a total of several tons, with a lifetime of just five years, requiring spares to be brought up from Earth at literally astronomical expense.”

― Charles Platt

“A chair, it’s like a sculpture. It starts as a thought and then becomes an idea, something I might think about for years. When the time is right, I express it on paper, usually as a simple line in space. Finally, it takes shape.”

― Charles Pollock

“Basically, most good science in space flight has to do with the behavior of the human body in space. That is where we are lacking info, and where info can only be obtained by flying in space.”

― Charles Simonyi

“Science fiction was rocket-mad for about 40 years until aerospace hit a brick wall about 1970. I would not write off space colonisation or exploration completely, but we are profoundly ill adapted for going boldly into outer space.”

― Charles Stross

“Yet, upon the whole, the space I traversed is unlikely to become the haunt of civilized man, or will only become so in isolated spots, as a chain of connection to a more fertile country; if such a country exist to the westward.”

― Charles Sturt

“What’s odd about the selfie stick is that while it might faintly improve the photo you’ll post on Facebook, it definitely makes you seem like a shallow, awful clown to any bystanders in the humdrum physical space you’re posing in.”

― Charlie Brooker

“Ultimately, at the end of it, it’s just trying to get into that space where you feel like you’re hitting the right thing and you’re making music. And it feels intuitive rather than being counterintuitive.”

― Charlie Hunter

“And then as we played more and more as a trio, it became more and more of a situation where we realized we really knew how to use the fourth member of the group – that space. The thing about the trio is that it’s the biggest sound you can have with the smallest unit.”

― Charlie Hunter

“So it’s really hard for a horn player to comp. But I’m totally into trying to switch those paradigms around and find a little magic space where that works, and try to mine that.”

― Charlie Hunter

“During dull moments at school, I admit, I not only drew soldiers shooting one another but also tanks, bombers, fighters, and even the occasional space ship with planet-destroying powers.”

― Charlie Sykes

“James’s expedition to Scotland is wholly imaginary, though there appears to have been space for it during Henry’s progress to the North to pay his devotions at Beverley Minster.”

― Charlotte Mary Yonge

“The existence of symmetry laws is in full accordance with our daily experience. The simplest of these symmetries, the isotropy and homogeneity of space, are concepts that date back to the early history of human thought.”

― Chen-Ning Yang

“Life can be less mysterious than we make it out to be when we try to think about how it would be on other planets. And if we remove the mystery of life, then I think it is a little bit easier for us to think about how we live, and how perhaps we’re not as special as we always think we are.”

― Chris Adami

“I’m at a space in my life where I see gifts I’ve been given, and if it ends, it’s been a helluva ride. I did more than I’d ever think I’d do.”

― Chris Bosh

“If it’s about working out and playing basketball, I’m one of the best in the world to do it – at least two years ago. But I’m still in a space where I can play.”

― Chris Bosh

“Any time you make a movie where you’re living in a certain head space for an extended period of time, it’s tough not to take a little piece home with you.”

― Chris Evans

“When we first get to space, we feel sick. Your body is really confused. You’re dizzy. Your lunch is floating around in your belly because you’re floating. What you see doesn’t match what you feel, and you want to throw up.”

― Chris Hadfield

“Almost everything worthwhile carries with it some sort of risk, whether it’s starting a new business, whether it’s leaving home, whether it’s getting married, or whether it’s flying in space.”

― Chris Hadfield

“As an astronaut, especially during launch, half of the risk of a six-month flight is in the first nine minutes.”

― Chris Hadfield

“Airline food is cooked in an oven and then kept warm. Space station food is often cooked in an oven and then thermo-stabilised, irradiated or dehydrated and then stored for a year or two before you even get to it.”

― Chris Hadfield

“There are no wishy-washy astronauts. You don’t get up there by being uncaring and blase. And whatever gave you the sense of tenacity and purpose to get that far in life is absolutely reaffirmed and deepened by the experience itself.”

― Chris Hadfield

“For the last several years and culminating in six months in orbit next year, I’ve been training for my third space flight. This one is almost in a category completely different than the previous two, specifically to live in on the space station for six months, to command a space ship and to fly a new rocket ship.”

― Chris Hadfield

“I’ve been lucky enough to fly to space twice.”

― Chris Hadfield

“When I did my spacewalks, it was during space station construction. So the shuttle was docked to the fledgling ISS at the time. So we would always stay tethered.”

― Chris Hadfield

“We have never lost a crew member on the space station, but of course, the Columbia accident. I was – I’d already been an astronaut for a decade when the crew of Columbia was killed. And I went through test pilot school. Rick Husband and I were out at Edwards at test pilot school together. He was the commander of Columbia.”

― Chris Hadfield

“One place that I looked at a lot from space and which looks alluring is New Zealand, especially the North Island. It’s a big broad valley with a river flowing through it, and you can see the wine-making dryness of the land.”

― Chris Hadfield

“If you don’t like airline food, you’ll probably have the same impression of space station food. I would not fly to space for the food.”

― Chris Hadfield

“In the late ’60s, I was seven, eight, nine years old, and what was going on in the news at that time that really excited a seven, eight, nine year old boy was the Space Race.”

― Chris Hadfield

“I’ve put a lot of my life into making it possible to fly in space at all.”

― Chris Hadfield

“To be one of the world’s top space robotic arm operators is a necessary skill for an astronaut, but it doesn’t have much carry-over.”

― Chris Hadfield

“It was remarkable to see from space how predictable people are. Our homes and towns are almost all in places with moderate temperatures, and they generally have the same shape – a thinly occupied outer blob of suburb surrounding a densely populated core, all based around a ready source of water.”

― Chris Hadfield

“Space is not a good place to mix foods because as soon as you take something out of the package, it becomes a flying object.”

― Chris Hadfield

“Think about what happens on Earth when you throw up. You throw up and you have a bag of something horrible and then you throw it away, but if I have this bag, what am I going to do with it? This bag is going to stay with me in space for months, so we want a really good barf bag.”

― Chris Hadfield

“While on the space station, I kept up with news a couple of ways – Mission Control sent daily summaries, and I would scan headlines on Google News when we had an Internet connection, which was about half the time.”

― Chris Hadfield

“It doesn’t matter how tall you are. You have to carve out space and hold your ground.”

― Chris Mullin

“In the digital future, texts will be annotated visually, animated and illustrated like never before. The austere ‘prayer book’ paper that permitted the space for Shepard’s illustrations to Pepys’ diaries is now being recreated in the digital era.”

― Chris Riddell

“I have one of the self-driving Teslas; it drives itself periodically. It’s a marvel of science, but it’s still frightening. I think we’ve got a while before regulators and the general public wrap their heads around the path that will lead to the ubiquity of driverless cars. There’s no doubt Uber will be a leader in that space.”

― Chris Sacca

“Planet colonization is not a short term concern of mine. The physical limitations of space travel render it low on the list for me.”

― Chris Sacca

“I’m not reinventing the wheel here. I’m not Chuck Berry or Bill Monroe. Guys like that are from outer space.”

― Chris Stapleton

“As you’ll find in ‘Guardians of the Galaxy 2,’ I’m not actually a space alien.”

― Chris Sullivan

“NASA was going to pick a public school teacher to go into space, observe and make a journal about the space flight, and I am a teacher who always dreamed of going up into space.”

― Christa McAuliffe

“I can remember in early elementary school when the Russians launched the first satellite. There was still so much unknown about space. People thought Mars was probably populated.”

― Christa McAuliffe

“Space is going to be commonplace.”

― Christa McAuliffe

“I will go around the space shuttle and give a guided tour of the major areas and describe what is done in each area. This will be called The Ultimate Field Trip.”

― Christa McAuliffe

“The president felt that it was important to send an ordinary citizen to experience the excitement of space travel as a representative for all Americans.”

― Christa McAuliffe

“The Twilight Zone’ wasn’t around with the kids. They think going up in space is neat. Within their lifetime, there will be paying passengers on the shuttle.”

― Christa McAuliffe

“My job in space will be to observe and write a journal. I am also going to be teaching a class for students on earth about life in space and on the space shuttle and conducting experiments.”

― Christa McAuliffe

“If I can get some student interested in science, if I can show members of the general public what’s going on up there in the space program, then my job’s been done.”

― Christa McAuliffe

“I will have a one-hour program called the Mission Watch, where I will describe details of the mission and give additional information about the lessons from space.”

― Christa McAuliffe

“I told them how excited I would be to go into space and how thrilled I was when Alan Shepard made his historic flight, and when John Kennedy announced on the news that the men had landed safely on the moon, and how jealous I was of those men.”

― Christa McAuliffe

“An architect must remember that the people working or living in his building need space – to dream, to be quiet, to find beauty somewhere.”

― Christian de Portzamparc

“The character I’ve created, Christine, is mainly the first attempt for me to escape all the secret injunctions we have as girls all the time. Like, be pretty but be polite. Don’t take too much space. All those things that didn’t mean anything to me. I just decided to turn them around with my character.”

― Christine and the Queens

“I remember growing up and feeling all the time not pretty enough, too rude, too loud, taking too much space because precisely I wanted to maybe be bossy and loud and unapologetic and not really smooth all the time, and those were not really qualities that were valued for me.”

― Christine and the Queens

“I have a theory that women are generally given space and appointed to jobs when the situation is tough. I’ve observed that in many instances. In times of crisis, women eventually are called upon to sort out the mess, face the difficult issues and be completely focused on restoring the situation.”

― Christine Lagarde

“I once spoke to 9,000 people, but they managed to fit them all into a structure that resembled a Zeppelin hangar, so it was a contained space in which whatever laughter I generated could ricochet and hang around for a bit, encouraging others to join in.”

― Christopher Buckley

“The basic idea of ‘The Venture Brothers’ was taking the world of ‘Jonny Quest’ and jumping back into 30 years later, seeing how someone who grew up like Jonny – with that kind of space race enthusiasm and disregard for other cultures – would turn out. Dr. Venture is a boy genius who didn’t grow up to be what he should have been.”

― Christopher McCulloch

“Sculpture occupies real space like we do… you walk around it and relate to it almost as another person or another object.”

― Chuck Close

“Painting is a lie. It’s the most magic of all media, the most transcendent. It makes space where there is no space.”

― Chuck Close

“In 1966, NASA took over in space, and it has been a bureaucratic mess ever since.”

― Chuck Yeager

“At the moment I’m doing this space movie, so I’m obsessed with physics and space travel. I know three months down the line it’s gone. Then I’ll be able to superficially say stuff about space.”

― Cillian Murphy

“I had to redo my last house after the pipes burst, and something was lost in the renovation. The soul of the old space was compromised.”

― Cindy Sherman

“YouTube was always a secret space for me. I’d randomly post videos of me singing with guitar, or sometimes I’d post some half-finished film projects I’d made.”

― Clairo

“A small house must depend on its grouping with other houses for its beauty, and for the preservation of light air and the maximum of surrounding open space.”

― Clarence Stein

“The future infrared space telescope will cover that area in a much more efficient manner.”

― Claude Nicollier

“The Next Generation Space Telescope, which will be located much further away from the Earth than the Hubble Space Telescope presently is, will also explore the infrared part of the spectrum.”

― Claude Nicollier

“On one hand, to be able to go from one direction in the sky to study such an object to another direction to study another object, and on the other hand to be able to maintain accurately the position in space.”

― Claude Nicollier

“It seems to me, thinking of it, that there must be some universal plan which set in motion the orbiting of the electrons about the nucleus and the slower, more majestic orbit of the galaxies about one another to the very edge of space.”

― Clifford D. Simak

“It would seem to me that by the time a race has achieved deep space capability it would have matured to a point where it would have no thought of dominating another intelligent species.”

― Clifford D. Simak

“When you’re an expert in a subject, you can retain new factoids on your favorite topic easily. This only works for the subjects you’re truly passionate about, though. Baseball fans can reel off stats for their favorite players, then space out on their own birthday.”

― Clive Thompson

“I used to think about how nice it would be to visit the planets. Of course, I didn’t expect to see in my lifetime what has happened. I knew it would happen some day, but it came along faster than I at first thought.”

― Clyde Tombaugh

“I’m kind of getting over the whole Manhattan life. I’m from Vancouver, and that means mountains and a lot of space.”

― Coco Rocha

“You can’t come in and invade people’s personal space because of free speech.”

― Colby Covington

“I like very human stories that venture into sci-fi or the supernatural or areas that I think occupy a lot of space in our collective memory for the films that we loved as children.”

― Colin Trevorrow

“My work space is so visually crammed. It’s like an insane candy store. The number of textiles I’m surrounded with is mind boggling. It’s a treat to come home to a nice negative space.”

― Colleen Atwood

“Everyone who’s in America spends the first few years not experiencing it. The person is frightened by the newness of the place and doesn’t see things. Her emotional universe becomes the entire universe. And then when she thinks of home, her distance in space can seem like a distance in time.”

― Colm Toibin

“The novel space is a pure space. I’m nobody once I go into that room. I’m not gay, I’m not bald, I’m not Irish. I’m not anybody. I’m nobody. I’m the guy telling the story, and the only person that matters is the person reading that story, the target. It’s to get that person to feel what I’m trying to dramatize.”

― Colm Toibin

“The superior man does not, even for the space of a single meal, act contrary to virtue. In moments of haste, he cleaves to it. In seasons of danger, he cleaves to it.”

― Confucius

“It’s the best thing, when you are in a creative space, discovering something and being enamored with it and excited by it.”

― Connie Nielsen

“I have on many occasions spoken my mind from stage. I have offered organizations table space by the merch booth. I have donated a dollar-a-ticket, or the entire guarantee, to different causes. I have registered voters. I have played on behalf of political candidates.”

― Conor Oberst

“If there’s a criticism of ‘Cassadaga’ that I agreed with, it’s that we left things in the oven too long, that songs were overstuffed, with too many ideas competing for space.”

― Conor Oberst

“If we stop exploring space, we’re going to lose the same part of us that found vaccines and penicillin, the part that searches for cures to cancer and AIDS.”

― Corbin Bernsen

“We need a space program because we need explorers. Its in our souls.”

― Corbin Bernsen

“That’s the problem with working and living in the same space – my studio is downstairs, so I often get distracted by domestic things.”

― Cornelia Parker

“These false barriers that we’ve erected of space and race, all these illusions that we’ve allowed to infect us like toxins, we’ve got to rid ourselves of that. We are a better nation when we are ultimately united in a common purpose and a common cause.”

― Cory Booker

“Geez, all that money we waste on space exploration; just think how many bombs that would buy!”

― Craig Bruce

“As writers, our job is to try to create, in a fake space, something that feels true. That’s just straight-up fiction: Invent a character that doesn’t exist; make them seem like they do.”

― Craig Mazin

“I am absolutely certain that life can exist in outer space, move around, find a new aqueous environment.”

― Craig Venter

“Since my own genome was sequenced, my software has been broadcast into space in the form of electromagnetic waves, carrying my genetic information far beyond Earth. Whether there is any creature out there capable of making sense of the instructions in my genome, well, that’s another question.”

― Craig Venter

“Space X’s Elon Musk wants to colonize Mars with modules where earthlings can live. My teleporting technology is the number one way those individuals will get new information, new treatments of diseases that will occur on the planet, and new food sources.”

― Craig Venter

“The day is not far off when we will be able to send a robotically controlled genome-sequencing unit in a probe to other planets to read the DNA sequence of any alien microbe life that may be there.”

― Craig Venter

“I’ve always wondered what it would be like if somebody from outer space landed with three heads. Then all of a sudden everybody else wouldn’t look so bad, huh? Well, OK you’re a little different from me but, hey, ya got one head.”

― Cyndi Lauper

“Profound subject matter can be encompassed in small space – for proof, look at any sonnet by Shakespeare!”

― Cynthia Ozick

“People need to be made conscious of a very simple reality: we have no choice but to share this planet, this small blue sphere floating in the vast reaches of space, with all of our fellow ‘passengers.’”

― Daisaku Ikeda

“It’s important to have a big-enough house in order to have space.”

― Damian Lewis

“I like ‘1989,’ the whole album. ‘Welcome to New York,’ ‘Blank Space,’ ‘Bad Blood’ – all of it!”

― Damian Lillard

“Toasting is basically what you call rapping. It came off of playing the beats at the parties, however it be. You find a space in the beat, and you have somebody live just basically saying rhymes over the beat.”

― Damian Marley

“When someone is playing drums, they aren’t actually moving around a space; they’re just moving their arms and limbs. They’re stuck behind the drum set. So to film someone playing the drums and make it feel as kinetic as a car chase or a shootout or a battle scene was the challenge.”

― Damien Chazelle

“Realizing this, I knew that the actual space of a room could be broken down and played with by planting illusions of real light (electric light) at crucial junctures in the room’s composition.”

― Dan Flavin

“For NASA, space is still a high priority.”

― Dan Quayle

“Space is almost infinite. As a matter of fact, we think it is infinite.”

― Dan Quayle

“I believe we can do more in making the President’s vision for space exploration a reality by awarding cash prizes to encourage greater participation of the private sector in the national space program.”

― Dana Rohrabacher

“I often use hypothetical situations to generate information and imagery for paintings and to create a fictional space where a subject can be put into play.”

― Dana Schutz

“You look at women like Lena Dunham, you look at how women are kind of crafting their own space on the screen. I want to add to that.”

― Danai Gurira

“I’m obviously really opinionated, but as a producer, you don’t necessarily want the person you’re working with to try to impress you – you want them to just be themselves. Then you can edit or mess around with what they’ve come up with. But you have to allow the artist that space.”

― Danger Mouse

“I try to pack light with a folding leather suit bag. Anything more than five days, I need to check in my luggage. What takes the most space? Chef jackets, aprons and tools.”

― Daniel Boulud

“I went and worked at a TV station in Stillwater. I was actually account manager for commercial accounts, selling ad space and everything.”

― Daniel Cormier

“Right now, I think robots are where it’s at. And yes, I’m biased. Robots and space, because with home rocket kits and Lego Mindstorm sets, people can get involved. I was raised on Transformers and GoBots, so I can’t imagine what kids who are building real robots are dreaming about.”

― Daniel H. Wilson

“Luckily, unreasonable expectations go hand in hand with naive young scientists. The more naive the better – otherwise we would never have the audacity to try and build a 22,000-mile-high space elevator or some sprawling underwater hotel.”

― Daniel H. Wilson

“Well, I think one doesn’t really have to invent this memorial space, because it is already there. And it is speaking with a voice and, you know, 4 million of us came to see the site.”

― Daniel Libeskind

“I love the freedom of having my own space and my own place and doing things on my terms, and not really having to think about anybody else’s schedule.”

― Danielle Fishel

“To do a television show, one can be sort of spoiled. You get to have your own trailer, your own space – that sort of thing.”

― Danielle Panabaker

“I’ve always wanted to do a space movie.”

― Danny Boyle

“Movies about space raise those questions of what we’re doing here, and that inevitably introduces a spiritual dimension.”

― Danny Boyle

“I learned that you shouldn’t take your most esoteric concept and fit it into the largest space with the highest fixed costs. It puts too much pressure on the restaurant to hit grand slams every day when there just aren’t enough people who want to watch that sport.”

― Danny Meyer

“Unstructured play gives kids the space they need to tinker and take risks – both vital for the budding entrepreneur.”

― Darell Hammond

“I try not to play two days in succession. I usually try to space it so I have a day in between.”

― Darrell Royal

“It’s important to be informed but I also think it’s important to be inspired. I’m creating a space where people can be inspired.”

― Daryn Kagan

“So this is the space during tutoring hours. It’s very busy. Same principles: one-on-one attention, complete devotion to the students’ work and a boundless optimism and sort of a possibility of creativity and ideas.”

― Dave Eggers

“It was only when I started to dig my heels in that I started to realize that’s what I needed to do – that nobody was going to open the door for me, that I had to make some space.”

― Dave Holland

“I’m a bit of a caveman – I don’t go out into the digital space very often. I lie facedown on the grass and count how many bugs I can find.”

― Dave Matthews

“Hottest space that I think is interesting would be education, particularly, like, ages 3-10.”

― Dave McClure

“I don’t know… it’s just too much fun to wonder about what life would be without gravity. I just started thinking about outer space more as an adult than I probably ever did as a kid. That was also inspiring, the concept of being stuck to the earth.”

― Dave Pirner

“In 1986, the space shuttle Challenger exploded and crashed down to Earth less than two minutes after takeoff. The cause of that crash, it turned out, was an inexpensive rubber O-ring in the booster rocket that had frozen on the launchpad the night before and failed catastrophically moments after takeoff.”

― David Autor

“A certain luxury when you get to writing a novel is to have the space to have your characters just banter.”

― David Benioff

“I believe Britishness is defined not on ethnic and exclusive grounds but through shared values; our history of tolerance, openness and internationalism; and our commitment to democracy and liberty, to civic duty and the public space.”

― David Blunkett

“This is the first convention of the space age – where a candidate can promise the moon and mean it.”

― David Brinkley

“Stories are emotional journey where we can project ourselves emotionally in another space.”

― David Cage

“What we believe at Quantic Dream is that there is a space for adult games: meaningful experiences for a mature audience.”

― David Cage

“The Momofuku Culinary Lab started as a space where we could focus on creating and innovating. I didn’t want us to worry about working on projects in a restaurant; there are just too many distractions in service and running a kitchen to be able to focus on creating your dishes.”

― David Chang

“’Star Wars,’ ‘Doctor Who,’ ‘Forgotten Realms,’ even ‘Firefly’ and ‘The X-Files’ have shared world novels and other media. I can’t help but notice these settings have large shelf space in bookstores, so their publishers and authors are getting something right.”

― David Conyers

“I love traditional advertising and have built my career on it. However, I think that is one option, not the only option. If some of it ends up in that space, fine, so long as it does so because it’s relevant to the desired outcome.”

― David Droga

“Google is intending to compete with Uber in the ridesharing space.”

― David Drummond

“I think a lot of people interested in space exploration tend to hear stories about the great missions, how they work technically, what we learned. But they don’t really hear the story of what it takes to get a mission from scratch to the launch pad and into space.”

― David Grinspoon

“As a young planet, Venus was losing hydrogen rapidly to space. The oceans boiled off, and after some period of time, perhaps 600 million years, there was no surface water.”

― David Grinspoon

“Literally, my earliest memory, my earliest vivid memory, is the Apollo 11 landing on the Moon. Yeah, I was in fourth grade, and I was just so captivated. And I think you’ll find a lot of space scientists of my generation will say the same thing. Apollo was a big event for them.”

― David Grinspoon

“Even as our unwitting alterations to Earth’s carbon and hydrological cycles slowly make storms more damaging, our ability to monitor our planet from space and make reliable short-term forecasts have equipped us enormously to withstand them.”

― David Grinspoon

“Whenever I see a nighttime picture of Earth from space, with its glowing lights, I am stirred by its beauty.”

― David Grinspoon

“I was a science fiction geek from an early age, enthralled by the questions of life in the universe. As I got older, I learned that space exploration was real. I wanted to get involved in that. I knew I wanted to be a scientist.”

― David Grinspoon

“I want to party in space because I make alien music.”

― David Guetta

“I had always planned to make a large painting of the early spring, when the first leaves are at the bottom of the trees, and they seem to float in space in a wonderful way. But the arrival of spring can’t be done in one picture.”

― David Hockney

“What I didn’t know was I was deeply attracted to the big space.”

― David Hockney

“Being able to draw means being able to put things in believable space. People who don’t draw very well can’t do that.”

― David Hockney

“For days after the launch, Sputnik was a wonderful curiosity. A man-made moon visible by ordinary citizens, it inspired awe and pride that humans had finally launched an object into space.”

― David Hoffman

“What we call the ‘world’ and the ‘universe’ is only one frequency range in an infinite number sharing the same space. The interdimensional entities I write about are able to move between these frequencies or dimensions and manipulate our lives.”

― David Icke

“Empty political space will be filled by extremists unless the United States and its allies build strong local forces that can suppress terrorist groups and warlords both. When the U.S. creates such local forces, it must be persistent. If it withdraws from these efforts, as America did in Iraq in 2011, it invites mayhem.”

― David Ignatius

“At the center of President Obama’s strategy for dealing with the Islamic State is an empty space. It’s supposed be filled by a ‘Sunni ground force,’ but after more than a year of effort, it’s still not there. Unless this gap is filled, Obama’s plan won’t work.”

― David Ignatius

“I couldn’t get my first film on the air. The first film I did was called ‘The Race For Space,’ about the U.S.-Soviet space race. The networks had a policy that I found out about the hard way. I even had a sponsor for my program, but the networks wouldn’t put it on because it was independently produced.”

― David L. Wolper

“It doesn’t matter the kind of music, it doesn’t matter whether it’s a cowboy hat or a yarmulke. I don’t care if it’s outer space or pop, the spirit is the same.”

― David Lee Roth

“Harlem was a development, a developer’s dream and a place where residents had more space and more amenities than ever before. The subway reached 145th street about 1904, and it seemed that Harlem’s destiny was to become largely a preserve of successful ethnics relocating and arriving. Then, overnight, the bust took place.”

― David Levering Lewis

“Growing companies need commercial space, and their employees need to live nearby.”

― David Lichtenstein

“Music deals with time and timing. It’s so magical, but when you get into it, every little sound and every little space between the sounds, it’s critical, so critical. And if it’s not there, it not only feels wrong, but it ruins things.”

― David Lynch

“Everyone is on the internet but they’re not all talking with each other. There are groups upon groups out there, but they don’t talk to one another. So while the internet brings everyone into a shared space, it does not necessarily bring them together.”

― David Lynch

“Although as a boy I had dreamed about going into space, I had completely forgotten about that until one day I received a call from an astronaut, who suggested that I should join the program.”

― David M. Brown

“I watched the moon landing as a boy, and I thought that was the most exciting thing ever, going into space, orbiting Earth and exploring other planets. That looked fantastic.”

― David Mackay

“Not long after I got my test pilot qualification, I realised there was no manned space flight programme in the U.K., and there was unlikely to be one.”

― David Mackay

“We go up just into space – space is most commonly accepted to be 100 kilometres above the earth’s surface, and we go up just beyond that to about 350,000 ft.”

― David Mackay

“I’ve always hankered after going into space and walking on the moon and Mars. I did want to be an astronaut, and had there been a manned space flight programme in the U.K., I would have been knocking on the door.”

― David Mackay

“I have watched SS2 evolve over the years into an incredible vehicle that is going to open up space to more people than ever before.”

― David Mackay

“I thought any chance I had of space travel would be military or government-controlled.”

― David Mackay

“For Virgin Galactic’s customers, it is transportation to the most amazing experience of their lives. I very much look forward to sending some Scots into space.”

― David Mackay

“In an endless jungle of websites with text-based content, a beautiful image with a lot of space and colour can be like walking into a clearing. It’s a relief.”

― David McCandless

“Yet another proposal would have us rocket the waste into the sun, but, as you’re probably aware, about one in ten of our space shots doesn’t quite make it out of the earth’s gravitational field.”

― David R. Brower

“It’s like turning the space program over to the Long Island Railroad.”

― David R. Brower

“MoMA is doubling its space, and I decided to raise the money for it.”

― David Rockefeller

“For Web-based services, owning the .com is very important when considering search and discovery. But consider your channel. For companies playing in the mobile app space, the dot com may be less important – it’s about status and searchability in the app store.”

― David Rusenko

“In 2008, Milton Sheppard opened the Waiter Training School in the Bronx, N.Y., charging $175 for courses, but the business soon ran out of money. He now operates a clown college in the same space.”

― David Sax

“Guardiola has helped me so when I receive the ball, I have space.”

― David Silva

“The way Guardiola plays suits me. It enables me to get into space in attacking positions.”

― David Silva

“The beauty of the Internet is that there’s no space limit.”

― David Tang

“I think it’s like that for people who don’t remember 1969 first-hand. It’s that sense of ‘old hat.’ Of ‘been there, done that.’ Space shuttles, space stations, communications satellites, GPS – they’re all part of our everyday, taken-for-granted world in 2009, not part of an incredible odyssey.”

― David Weber

“Space, time, matter, energy and biological life may be the result of a Source Field that is conscious and alive in its own unique way – on a scale far too vast for the finite mind to fathom.”

― David Wilcock

“Be exactly who you are. You can fit in any space you see yourself in. Be fearless.”

― Dawn Richard

“I wanted this album to sound like a big crocheted blanket – to be warm yet to have a lot of space.”

― Deana Carter

“I still have my back to the basket because there’s going to be times where I’m going to really have to score down low, but I’m really working on my face-up game because in the league, there’s more space, and there’s not double-teams and triple-teams coming at you like how it was in college.”

― Deandre Ayton

“I love my shed. It’s my space and my mess – and I know where everything is.”

― Debi Gliori

“As you get older, the physical abilities decrease, which is particularly frustrating because your brain gets so good! So as you are becoming less technically or physically able, younger dancers are emerging who need the space to perform.”

― Deborah Bull

“I grew up with horses and cattle, running around on dirt hills with this real sense of space. We didn’t have neighbours – well, the nearest ones were kilometres away.”

― Deborah Mailman

“If I wasn’t an actress, I’d be a designer. I love interior design and inventing things that are practical but also beautiful – looking at a space and creating magic.”

― Deborra-Lee Furness

“I hope that vigorous space exploration continues and that humankind will have a space station that resides between Earth and the moon. Outside the gravitational field of Earth, we could launch robotic spacecraft to other destinations in our solar system.”

― Debra Fischer

“Make an empty space in any corner of your mind, and creativity will instantly fill it.”

― Dee Hock

“When I first started going out to lesbian clubs, I felt a very binary recreation of hetero culture. There are butches and femmes, and I felt like I was neither of those things. I’m in a turtleneck and jeans and just learning to be comfortable in that space. I realized I don’t have to be a certain way.”

― Dee Rees

“I had this thing where I only wanted to work on original material, no adaptations, and obviously, that changed. I really wanted to have the resources and have the space and the time to tell stories that I’ve really cared about. I’ve kind of changed my approach, but I’ve gotten to do that, to tell stories that I really care about.”

― Dee Rees

“People need to know that they have all the tools within themselves. Self-awareness, which means awareness of their body, awareness of their mental space, awareness of their relationships – not only with each other, but with life and the ecosystem.”

― Deepak Chopra

“Karma is only in space time and causality. Your real self resides non-locally.”

― Deepak Chopra

“Consciousness, rather than being an epiphenomenon of matter, is actually the source of matter. It differentiates into space time, energy, information, and matter. Even though this view is an ancient view, an ancient world view, it is now finding some resonance amongst a few scientists.”

― Deepak Chopra

“I’m just trying to stretch the public space wider and make it more open so that a wider variety of people and faces and stories and perspectives and also expertise can come through. So everything that I do rests on that, trying to support on other voices.”

― Deeyah Khan

“When you are playing with a few players in the pocket, it doesn’t leave me isolated. I have a bit more space to work and be higher up the pitch.”

― Dele Alli

“I stay standoffish in a sense, in my own personal space, to be able to cope with whatever it is you’ve got to cope with.”

― DeMar DeRozan

“Nothing exists except atoms and empty space; everything else is opinion.”

― Democritus

“’2001: A Space Odyssey’ is a movie that really impressed me as a teenager. And also ‘Blade Runner.’ And ‘Close Encounters of the Third Kind’ is also one of my favorites. I’m always looking for sci-fi material, and it’s difficult to find original and strong material that’s not just about weaponry.”

― Denis Villeneuve

“When I played in Holland, I always tried to lob the goalkeeper. People used to say, ‘Oh, you’re always only trying to make a nice goal’. But I said, ‘Listen, if the goalie is a little bit off his line, how much space do you have on his left or right?’ It’s not a lot. ‘And how much space do you have above him?’”

― Dennis Bergkamp

“I think you’re going to see an interest in space tourism, space travel for the sake of travel.”

― Dennis Muilenburg

“Unmanned airplanes – and more broadly, autonomy in space, in the air, undersea – is a big future area for Boeing and an area where we are continuing to build out collaborations. So we are always looking for partners in that arena.”

― Dennis Muilenburg

“Sometimes, the hate that I endure is not necessarily about me but about the space I’m in.”

― DeRay Mckesson

“The first time I was ever impressed with Patagonia as a brand was when they released the ‘Don’t Buy This Jacket’ campaign. That campaign highlighted their understanding of their role in a larger environmental justice space.”

― DeRay Mckesson

“Right now, I think I have time to be three things, in no particular order: a father, a husband, and a filmmaker. That’s why I don’t go out – I have no space for it. I feel like one of those main things would suffer.”

― Derek Cianfrance

“Pleasure is a shadow, wealth is vanity, and power a pageant; but knowledge is ecstatic in enjoyment, perennial in frame, unlimited in space and indefinite in duration.”

― DeWitt Clinton

“In Tamil and Telugu, I have to do mainstream commercial films. Irrespective of what I want to do, the audience wants to see me in that ‘mass’ space.”

― Dhanush

“Los Angeles is often described as the nadir of vapidity, a smog-choked space cradle.”

― Diablo Cody

“It helped me in the air to keep my small mind contained in earthly human limits, not lost in vertiginous space and elements unknown.”

― Diana Cooper

“I have all the time and space in the world when I write a book.”

― Diana Gabaldon

“Anyone working in the media can tell you that there seems to be an always-ready-to-explode segment of the populace for whom offense is a fate worse than anything imaginable. You’d think offense is one of the most calamitous things that could happen to a human being; right up there with the loss of a limb, or just missing a parking space.”

― Dick Cavett

“Yes, people do come across the street to say hi, but as they approach and get near, my perception of space begins to dissolve, and a new interest takes over that is primarily emotional, and with it comes a desire to touch, which may be a human interest, but not the interest of my work.”

― Diego Giacometti

“We see parts of each other, and we put them together. But if I want to see you in totality, you need to move away; we need space between us. Across the street, I can see all of you at once, but then I also see this huge vista of space surrounding you, coming in and compressing you.”

― Diego Giacometti

“You can’t do opera when already from the 10th row you can only see little dolls on the stage. In such an enormous space you can’t put much faith in the personal presence of the individual singer, which is reflected in facial expressions, among other things.”

― Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau

“The question we ask is – if there is life on other planets, should we expect it to be based on the same molecules, i.e. be universal – or should we expect it to depend on the local conditions, i.e. on the planet’s geochemistry. So to find out, we try experiments on biomolecules, starting with such geochemistry conditions.”

― Dimitar Sasselov

“The space genre is timeless.”

― Dirk Benedict

“That’s the most important thing for me, that when I use my qualities in this way and coming to the ball, it creates more space to be creative. I need to make these runs and be generous.”

― Divock Origi

“As long as there is a new twist in the storyline, there cannot be any space for monotony.”

― Divyanka Tripathi

“I worry that there are attempts to push faith out of the public space. Clearly it happens at a level of local power.”

― Dominic Grieve

“Some of the cases which have come to light of employers being disciplined or sacked for simply trying to talk about their faith in the workplace I find quite extraordinary. The sanitisation will lead to people of faith excluding themselves from the public space and being excluded.”

― Dominic Grieve

“I do worry about population growth and the preservation of the green belt space but I don’t think these are insurmountable problems.”

― Dominic Grieve

“I used to get quite upset that I’d make friends with a guy or a girl and then within the space of three years we’d move and go and live somewhere else, and you’d have to say goodbye to that person.”

― Dominic Monaghan

“We’d love to do Space Ace 3D. It has a lot of potential. But, it is really up to the publishers.”

― Don Bluth

“Once solved, the severe handicaps imposed on space exploration by the weight and chemical limitations of rockets would no longer apply. The whole timetable of our conquest of the planets in our solar system would be tremendously speeded up, from hot Mercury all the way out to frigid Pluto.”

― Donald A. Wollheim

“The years of space flight since the orbiting of Sputnik I back in 1957 had produced many fascinating results, but they had also brought a realization of the many problems that surrounded the use of rockets for space flight.”

― Donald A. Wollheim

“I miss Dia. In the early ’80s I was a guard at one of Dia’s facilities in SoHo, and I’m sad that they closed their Chelsea space.”

― Donald Baechler

“My ultimate dream is for the Irvine Ranch to be known and celebrated as much for the outstanding communities we’ve planned and built as it is for what is not developed. The beneficiary being the 50,000 acres of undeveloped land that is now permanently preserved and conserved as Open Space and parklands.”

― Donald Bren

“My two primary areas of focus have been open-space conservation and education, and I expect those to remain my priorities in the future. The Irvine open space and parklands provide serenity and balance to our unique Orange County lifestyle.”

― Donald Bren

“When I first joined the Irvine Company, I realized that less than 11,000 acres were designated as open space in the original master plan, and that just didn’t seem adequate to me. So, I began the lengthy process working with public and community organizations to add more open space.”

― Donald Bren

“Sorry; I have no space left for advice. Just do it.”

― Donald E. Westlake

“We stand at the birth of a new millennium, ready to unlock the mysteries of space, to free the Earth from the miseries of disease, and to harness the energies, industries and technologies of tomorrow. A new national pride will stir our souls, lift our sights, and heal our divisions.”

― Donald Trump

“My particular space has always been quite unique in popular music. I have a background in R&B and hard rock and straight pop, but I never went all the way with any of those genres.”

― Donovan

“Space or science fiction has become a dialect for our time.”

― Doris Lessing

“My office has two buildings that function like the right and left sides of the brain. There’s a room where everything is being edited for an upcoming project, but you can pull out of that into a tranquil space to work in a different, more solitary medium. It’s an architectural unfolding of the process instead of just one chaotic structure.”

― Doug Aitken

“One of the core reasons for creating ‘Station to Station’ was to provide a space for exploration and cultural friction between different mediums. It should be natural for mediums like music, film and art to cross over, and we wanted to empower that process.”

― Doug Aitken

“For years, I longed to hear Armstrong describe what it was like to contemplate Earth from 238,900 miles away. Former Space Center director George Abbey once told me that many NASA astronauts felt that looking at Earth was akin to a religious experience.”

― Douglas Brinkley

“Having recorded his first album, ‘Tapestry,’ in 1969, in Berkeley, California, during the student riots, McLean, a native New Yorker, became a kind of weather vane for what he called the ‘generation lost in space.’”

― Douglas Brinkley

“Writing is largely about time, while visual art is largely about space.”

― Douglas Coupland

“The easiest way to figure out who the customer is in an online space is to figure out who is paying for the thing. Usually, the people paying are the customers. So on Facebook, the people paying are marketers. That makes them the customers. And it means we are the product being delivered to those customers.”

― Douglas Rushkoff

“Most of us still haven’t grasped the fact that everything we commit to the digital space – not just our public blogs and broadcast tweets, but every private text message, email, and voicemail is likely to be stored and accessible. Forever.”

― Douglas Rushkoff

“In spite of my own reservations about Bing’s ability to convert Google users, I have to admit that the search engine does offer a genuine alternative to Google-style browsing, a more coherently organized selection of links, and a more advertiser-friendly environment through which to sell space and links.”

― Douglas Rushkoff

“Technology has moved away from sharing and toward ownership. This suits software and hardware companies just fine: They create new, bloated programs that require more disk space and processing power. We buy bigger, faster computers, which then require more complex operating systems, and so on.”

― Douglas Rushkoff

“It was the point where things became much more abstract and less literal than in the bulk of the film, which was hardcore rockets and space and planets – all a fairly straightforward evolution from what I had been doing before.”

― Douglas Trumbull

“24 hour broadcasts have to stretch limited material to fit 24 hours worth of space.”

― Drew Curtis

“To the casual observer, the Dropbox demo video looked like a normal product demonstration, but we put in about a dozen Easter eggs that were tailored for the Digg audience. References to Tay Zonday and ‘Chocolate Rain’ and allusions to ‘Office Space’ and ‘XKCD.’ It was a tongue-in-cheek nod to that crowd, and it kicked off a chain reaction.”

― Drew Houston

“If you’re going to go to the moon, you don’t shoot the rocket right at the moon. You have to go at it obliquely.”

― Drew Houston

“People do not choose Dropbox because it has this much space or gigabytes. They choose it for the experience.”

― Drew Houston

“It’s about how you’re using the space. That’s what makes live music.”

― Du Yun

“I’m looking forward to coming back, back to Earth, the landing, the views.”

― Duane G. Carey

“Being in space, I’m really looking forward to working with this team of folks that I’m with.”

― Duane G. Carey

“Those folks out in the space suits are going to be getting beat up.”

― Duane G. Carey

“Now, I’ve never flown in space; but the folks who have say that on landing day, you know, you’ve just spent maybe a week and a half, sometimes two weeks in orbit and you’re used to the things happening slowly in space.”

― Duane G. Carey

“Because when we’re in space, my job is primarily getting us there and getting us back.”

― Duane G. Carey

“Even up here on Vancouver on the weekends, I go work out in a studio space.”

― Dule Hill

“WWE is a space where I thrived, and I loved, and I still do. I love connecting with an audience; that is the greatest thing about going back to WWE.”

― Dwayne Johnson

“The atom was unleashed in 1946, right when all this stuff was occurring. And the bomb’s incredible release of energy and light may have signalled somebody in a dimension which is sharing space with us very closely.”

― Dwight Schultz

“Today’s particle physics describe light as a crumple in space, and we may have deformed space in such a way that they noticed something peculiar – and they had the ability to investigate it.”

― Dwight Schultz

“I don’t think it’s too late for ‘The War of the Worlds’ to come true. I’m talking about it from the standpoint that which you need to have and own things – to breed, to think, to create – is going on everywhere, not just on this planet or in the space around it.”

― Dwight Schultz

“A voice expressing emotion in a musical way moves on. It’s like the finale of the movie 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) – the world turns in on itself, as a universe unto itself, in the shape of one human being.”

― Dwight Yoakam

“There are several revenue streams that are near and present that could support a private space station, including in-space manufacturing, microgravity research, and tourism – for both individuals and sovereign nation astronauts – and in-space supply logistics.”

― Dylan Taylor

“One example of an upcoming need for downmass – the ability to transport material from space to the Earth – is space manufacturing.”

― Dylan Taylor

“There are items that have far superior quality when manufactured in space, but need to be returned to Earth to be purchased and used by customers.”

― Dylan Taylor

“The economics of the space industry are changing. Within so called ‘NewSpace,’ not only are new entrants being created almost daily, the business models and capital sources have proven to be dramatically different from traditional models built upon large government contracts and defence-related spending.”

― Dylan Taylor

“By 2030, up to 10 percent of the world’s gross domestic product could be linked to space in some way.”

― Dylan Taylor

“You can expect to see us add several notable multifamily producers. We’re committed to the space. We’re attracted by the space. We have a strong offering, and we want to continue to build on it.”

― Dylan Taylor

“The case for sponsorships in commercial spaceflight is compelling and could dramatically impact the economics of space tourism. Global brands are looking for fresh, new ways to position themselves on the leading edge of their categories.”

― Dylan Taylor

“The bottom line is 2018 should finally be the year where we see the early stages of broad-based commercial space tourism appear. Demand will certainly be driven by the early successes or failures of those missions, the marketing of those missions, as well as the propensity for tourists to become repeat flyers.”

― Dylan Taylor

“Space is really domain expansion.”

― Dylan Taylor

“I see nothing in space as promising as the view from a Ferris wheel.”

― E. B. White

“That space between the white lines, that’s my office. That’s where I conduct my business.”

― Early Wynn

“Many people in this world are still so identified with every thought that arises in their head. There is not the slightest space of awareness there.”

― Eckhart Tolle

“The way that you are when you’re allowed to be yourself is very different from when you’re, say, being interviewed by Jeremy Paxman. You’re never given the breathing space.”

― Ed Miliband

“Growing Greener doesn’t produce money for farmland preservation or open space preservation.”

― Ed Rendell

“I’m always looking for complicated characters in fiction about whom I can feel a dozen feelings at once – in the space of a single paragraph, even.”

― Edan Lepucki

“The 13-episode model lends itself to a more serialised format, which is nice and gives writers a chance to breathe some space into it.”

― Eddie Cahill

“A couple of games, I played up front when Diego Costa was not there. We know to create movement – not even to get the ball, but create space for others. Now I understand football is not always with the ball at my feet.”

― Eden Hazard

“I like to play as a No. 10. I think I have more freedom offensively. For Belgium, we have full backs who run hard and create a lot of space, which is good, and I like to play there.”

― Eden Hazard

“We need a community of nations capable of space flight because we all have to be off this planet sometime in the future. Our sun is going to burn out eventually, and we are not in a sustainable situation.”

― Edgar Mitchell

“I have this theory about science fiction movies in that, when the space race sort of died, a lot of people sort of lost hope.”

― Edgar Wright

“I wrote in the cellar for a number of years. I needed a private space, and it had a furnace, so it was always warm.”

― Edith Pearlman

“What brought mass innovation to a nation was not scientific advances – its own or others’ – but ‘economic dynamism’: the desire and the space to innovate.”

― Edmund Phelps

“Boundaries are actually the main factor in space, just as the present, another boundary, is the main factor in time.”

― Eduardo Chillida

“The hand has the richest articulation of space.”

― Eduardo Chillida

“When I’m on an adventure, I live with a camera in my hand, and that’s what I try to give to the readers inside the space that gives us every chapter of the story.”

― Eduardo Risso

“I like to think of Photography 1.0 as the invention of photography. Photography 2.0 is digital technology and the move from film and paper to everything on a chip. Photography 3.0 is the use of the camera, space, and color and to capture an object in the third dimension.”

― Edward Burtynsky

“Moreover, all our knowledge of organic remains teaches us, that species have a definite existence, and a centralization in geological time as well as in geographical space, and that no species is repeated in time.”

― Edward Forbes

“Each organism, no matter how simple or complex, has around it a sacred bubble of space, a bit of mobile territoriality which only a few other organisms are allowed to penetrate and then only for short periods of time.”

― Edward Hall

“What SF author or fan isn’t interested in human space travel? I’ve yet to meet one.”

― Edward M. Lerner

“In Einstein’s general relativity the structure of space can change but not its topology. Topology is the property of something that doesn’t change when you bend it or stretch it as long as you don’t break anything.”

― Edward Witten

“We find them smaller and fainter, in constantly increasing numbers, and we know that we are reaching into space, farther and farther, until, with the faintest nebulae that can be detected with the greatest telescopes, we arrive at the frontier of the known universe.”

― Edwin Powell Hubble

“I honestly believe that if you’re not growing, then you are taking the space that somebody else would get if you moved forward.”

― Ekta Kapoor

“I guess there are a lot of writers out there who get really inspired when they’re depressed. I can’t write about being depressed until I’m happy. That’s all there is to it. I need space.”

― El-P

“While editors and newspaper owners currently fret over shrinking readership and lost profits, they do the one thing that insures cutting their own throats; they keep reducing space for the one feature that attracts new young readers in the first place; the comic strips.”

― Elayne Boosler

“I’ve become convinced that Los Angeles is going to become the next contemporary art capital – no other city has more contemporary gallery space than Los Angeles. We’ve come into our own, finally.”

― Eli Broad

“I have the infinite galaxy from ‘2001’ as my screensaver – so if I space out while I’m writing and it goes to screensaver, I can just stare off into the stars.”

― Eli Roth

“Success is the space one occupies in the newspaper. Success is one day’s insolence.”

― Elias Canetti

“I joined the Twitterverse in the second season of ‘Dollhouse.’ Friends that I admire were already in that space, like Kevin Smith.”

― Eliza Dushku

“Having gone through so many of the personal things I’ve gone through, its about creating an (online) space for girls to be heard. I don’t profess to have all the answers. But Ask Elizabeth is a space where girls are not alone.”

― Elizabeth Berkley

“My interest was always to do interdisciplinary work with space. I thought of architecture as one strand in a multimedia practice.”

― Elizabeth Diller

“Aside from keeping the rain out and producing some usable space, architecture is nothing but a special-effects machine that delights and disturbs the senses.”

― Elizabeth Diller

“We conventionally divide space into private and public realms, and we know these legal distinctions very well because we’ve become experts at protecting our private property and private space. But we’re less attuned to the nuances of the public.”

― Elizabeth Diller

“In a progressively privatised city, the defence of public space, the production of new public space, and saving what is public really for the public is very important.”

― Elizabeth Diller

“The lack of space and a growing prison population has strained resources and put pressure on all levels of the penal system.”

― Elizabeth Flock

“In some ways, I missed my era because I’m big and messy and have big feelings and take up space on a stage rather than being diminutive and childlike in my woman-ness.”

― Elizabeth Marvel

“The key to creating the mental space before responding is mindfulness. Mindfulness is a way of being present: paying attention to and accepting what is happening in our lives. It helps us to be aware of and step away from our automatic and habitual reactions to our everyday experiences.”

― Elizabeth Thornton

“When we are fully conscious and aware, we actually know when we are about to overreact. When we are mindful, we have the mental space and are aware of when our moods change. When we are mindful, we are aware of when our mental models are being challenged and when expectation does not meet with reality, which can trigger an emotional response.”

― Elizabeth Thornton

“Astronauts are very professional and when they’re preparing for launch, they prepare for it as the most serious endeavor of our lives.”

― Ellen Ochoa

“We continue to not only operate the International Space Station but to increase its capabilities as well as commercial contributions.”

― Ellen Ochoa

“Well, with so many space shuttle missions that we’ve done, I think it’s just sort of natural that each one hasn’t necessarily gotten the attention that the early ones did.”

― Ellen Ochoa

“I’ll tell you, being involved in human space flight, it is an emotional endeavor. I think it brings in the highest highs and the lowest lows.”

― Ellen Ochoa

“Throughout Johnson Space Center’s history, contributions to STEM innovation and discoveries has been both through new technologies developed to advance human spaceflight and through educating, inspiring, and hiring students in STEM fields.”

― Ellen Ochoa

“That’s what we want to do here at Johnson Space Center. I think what we have always brought to NASA and brought to the country is trying to push the boundaries, trying to go to the next level.”

― Ellen Ochoa

“These robotic arms, provided by Canada, have been invaluable in allowing us to build, maintain, and repair space structures, and I’ve been very fortunate to have gotten to operate them.”

― Ellen Ochoa

“The ISS operates as the ‘anchor customer’ in low earth orbit to support new commercial space services, including delivery of cargo and, before long, crew transportation services.”

― Ellen Ochoa

“When we’re growing up there are all sorts of people telling us what to do when really what we need is space to work out who to be.”

― Ellen Page

“One of the big things about space exploration is that it is as expensive as it is complicated, and you need all the countries of the world to help if you want to accomplish big goals.”

― Ellen Stofan

“With the mission to Mars, the whole world wants to get involved. So we actually have 13 different space agencies from around the world working on the global exploration road map.”

― Ellen Stofan

“We want to make sure we get living astronauts to the surface of Mars.”

― Ellen Stofan

“You see countries like India really investing in their space program because they see it as inspirational and good for their economy.”

― Ellen Stofan

“People see space as a place where you go and cooperate.”

― Ellen Stofan

“As a card-carrying space nerd and NASA’s chief scientist, I love space movies, from ‘Star Trek’ to ‘Star Wars’ to my all-time favorite – ‘The Dish’, an Australian comedy that celebrates that first moment when Neil Armstrong stepped down onto the surface of our moon.”

― Ellen Stofan

“Mars missions will require up to three years in reduced gravity, so we need to make sure astronauts can not only survive but thrive as they move outward to explore this new world.”

― Ellen Stofan

“Two things I’m obsessed with are the countryside and fields and being in the open space and body parts, so you’ll hear me mentioning body parts and human anatomy. I’ve listened to my songs and I think I am quite visual and I talk about bones and flesh a lot.”

― Ellie Goulding

“I’m interested in the space between the viewer and the surface of the painting – the forms and the way they work in their surroundings. I’m interested in how they react to a room.”

― Ellsworth Kelly

“I started doing sculpture in 1959. I had no commissions then. They were painted, similar in style to the paintings… At a certain point, I decided I didn’t want an edge between two colors, I wanted color differences in literal space.”

― Ellsworth Kelly

“I think we are at the dawn of a new era in commercial space exploration.”

― Elon Musk

“On one of the SpaceX flights, we had a secret payload: a wheel of cheese. We flew to orbit and brought it back, so it was the world’s first ‘space cheese.’ It was, in part, a tribute to Monty Python.”

― Elon Musk

“I would like to die on Mars. Just not on impact.”

― Elon Musk

“The space shuttle was often used as an example of why you shouldn’t even attempt to make something reusable. But one failed experiment does not invalidate the greater goal. If that was the case, we’d never have had the light bulb.”

― Elon Musk

“I would like to fly in space. Absolutely. That would be cool. I used to just do personally risky things, but now I’ve got kids and responsibilities, so I can’t be my own test pilot. That wouldn’t be a good idea. But I definitely want to fly as soon as it’s a sensible thing to do.”

― Elon Musk

“If we drive down the cost of transportation in space, we can do great things.”

― Elon Musk

“If anyone has a vested interest in space solar power, it would have to be me.”

― Elon Musk

“It is theoretically possible to warp spacetime itself, so you’re not actually moving faster than the speed of light, but it’s actually space that’s moving.”

― Elon Musk

“In order for us to have a future that’s exciting and inspiring, it has to be one where we’re a space-bearing civilization.”

― Elon Musk

“Land on Mars, a round-trip ticket – half a million dollars. It can be done.”

― Elon Musk

“What I’m trying to do is, is to make a significant difference in space flight. And help make space flight accessible to almost anyone.”

― Elon Musk

“I think a lot of the American people feel more than a little disappointed that the high-water mark for human exploration was 1969. The dream of human space travel has almost died for a lot of people.”

― Elon Musk

“So we originally expected to make about 35 gigawatt hours at the cell level and about 50 gigawatt hours at the module or pack level. Now we are expecting to do about 150 gigawatt hours in the same volumetric space as the original design.”

― Elon Musk

“’Plan Nine From Outer Space’ for a new generation, ‘Battlefield Earth’ is set in the year 3000, after the beings from the planet Psychlo have conquered our planet in only nine minutes.”

― Elvis Mitchell

“The Wachowskis’ use of space rivals that of musical directors like Gene Kelly and Mark Sandrich.”

― Elvis Mitchell

“I do strive to find projects that are trying to carve out some new space. I enjoy projects that leap away from the crowd a little bit.”

― Emily Blunt

“Because of technologies from space exploration, we can begin to understand our world’s origins, and our lives are improving. These are the reasons why dedicating a life to the sciences and space exploration is so meaningful and rewarding.”

― Emily Calandrelli

“The West Virginia NASA Space Grant took me under their wing and taught me everything about applying for internships, scholarships, and performing research at the undergraduate level.”

― Emily Calandrelli

“When I got to college, I discovered how many incredible opportunities NASA offered students pursuing a career in the space industry.”

― Emily Calandrelli

“I am very inspired by the exploration of space via private means.”

― Emily Calandrelli

“Everyone needs to be able to have their own space in which to be themselves.”

― Emily Osment

“If you live in a small space, you should do the things that make it feel luxurious.”

― Emily Procter

“I got in the habit of giving away a book as soon as I’ve finished it because I lived in a housing co-op at Cambridge and had no space to keep books.”

― Emma Donoghue

“Indeed – judicious, consistent parenting is a dream of mine. No judgements, learning space and listening carefully are my goals.”

― Emma Thompson

“In music, what is very important is temporality of space and length, based on the breathing space the director gives the music within the film, by separating the music from various elements of reality, like noises, dialogues… That’s how you treat music properly, but it doesn’t always happen this way. Music is often blamed, but it’s not its fault.”

― Ennio Morricone

“I certainly remember building model rockets. It was fun to watch the rocket blast into the air, suspenseful to wonder if the parachute would open to bring the rocket safely back.”

― Eric Allin Cornell

“I loved ‘Space Ghost’ when I was in college.”

― Eric Andre

“I was born in 1960 and can still tell you the name of every astronaut from Mercury to Apollo. If I had a chance, I’d love to go into space on one of the privately developed space crafts.”

― Eric Betzig

“I’ve always had a great feel for space and how objects occupy it.”

― Eric Dane

“The U.K. needs more first class studio space to encourage the growth of the film and TV sector.”

― Eric Fellner

“Our passionate preoccupation with the sky, the stars, and a God somewhere in outer space is a homing impulse. We are drawn back to where we came from.”

― Eric Hoffer

“I’m from Louisiana, and I’m used to having space and a yard.”

― Eric Reid

“As social media is less about technology and more about relationship building, we are starting to see more women have a heavy influence if not dominant role in the social media space. It’s no wonder that Facebook is being run in part by chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg.”

― Erik Qualman

“When you have a couple hundred people in one huge space, that’s gonna lead to jokes and it’s a breeding ground for practical jokes and teasing.”

― Erin Duffy

“There are hundreds of thousands of words that aren’t in any print dictionary today… because there’s no space for all of them.”

― Erin McKean

“I feel like I was hit by all of geek culture at once while I was growing up in the ’70s and ’80s. Saturday morning cartoons like ‘Star Blazers’ and ‘Robotech.’ Live action Japanese shows like ‘Ultraman’ and ‘The Space Giants.’”

― Ernest Cline

“I have such a vivid memory of seeing science fiction movies and going to the lobby and playing whatever the space games were, and imagine I was blowing up the Death Star.”

― Ernest Cline

“Dembele likes to take players on. He’s a dribbler and a power player who likes to break into space; he has the ability to do this. He has a lot of virtues.”

― Ernesto Valverde

“You can plant a church and grow a church. That’s not that hard to do, but it’s harder to be a viable source of transformation in a city or your time or space.”

― Erwin McManus

“What we observe as material bodies and forces are nothing but shapes and variations in the structure of space.”

― Erwin Schrodinger

“I’m realizing now that I was always really curious about inviting people into a space and sharing information that way. But I didn’t have any context for it. It was just fun because I was homeschooled and lonely and bored, and I’d do things to get people to come over.”

― Esperanza Spalding

“If there is enough space on radio for Busted and McFly, who are basically the same band, or for 50,000 versions of Stereophonics and Coldplay, there must be enough room for all of us.”

― Estelle

“I learned that working out gives me a space to get clear. It’s not just about the body. It gives me space to process things and get clear in my mind about decisions and things I want to do.”

― Estelle

“In the space of three weeks, I met a fair bunch of the guys who were just starting those little programmers’ co-ops, and everybody was talking about starting businesses.”

― Esther Dyson

“That’s really why I want to go to space – I want to be weightless for so long that it gets boring.”

― Esther Dyson

“The newspapers loved pinup pictures of pretty young swimmers, and as a national champion, I got more than my share of space in the sports pages.”

― Esther Williams

“In the army you feel violated – there’s no private space. Writing was a life-saver, a way of recovering private territory.”

― Etgar Keret

“The Internet has become a bunch of interlinked but linguistically distinct and culturally specific spaces. There’s some interface between them, but there’s a lot less than there was years back when we were sort of pretending that this was one great global space.”

― Ethan Zuckerman

“Now if you’re using Twitter or other social networks, and you didn’t realize this was a space with a lot of Brazilians in it, you’re like most of us. Because what happens on a social network is you interact with the people that you have chosen to interact with.”

― Ethan Zuckerman

“Our aim is to open access to a wealth of previously unexplored mineral resources on lifeless rocks hurling through space, without damaging natural habitats.”

― Etienne Schneider

“I have more than 70 space companies in the pipeline.”

― Etienne Schneider

“Asteroids are often seen as a threat, but they are also an opportunity. The use of space resources holds a large potential for future technological innovation.”

― Etienne Schneider

“Luxembourg is the first adopter in Europe of a legal and regulatory framework recognizing that space resources are capable of being owned by private companies.”

― Etienne Schneider

“We will support the long-term economic development of new, innovative activities in the space and satellite industries as a key high-tech sector for Luxembourg.”

― Etienne Schneider

“In the long term, space resources could lead to a thriving new space economy and human expansion into the solar system.”

― Etienne Schneider

“The perception of the horizon is an earthbound event; all horizons disappear in space, and we are left shorn of the sweet roots that have held us to the earth, challenged to imagine what is truly present just before us, a unified and seemingly limitless universe.”

― Eugene Kennedy

“Space, the whole universe – I know no better place to find new physics.”

― Eugene Parker

“The solar probe is going to a region of space that has never been explored before. It’s very exciting that we’ll finally get a look. One would like to have some more detailed measurements of what’s going on in the solar wind. I’m sure that there will be some surprises. There always are.”

― Eugene Parker

“Africa is the second-largest continent, a landmass second from Asia. It also is the second most populated continent, with 900 million people. In fact – coming back to the land mass – Africa is so big that you could fit in the continental United States, China, and the entire Europe into Africa and still have space.”

― Euvin Naidoo

“Most people hugely underestimate the amount of ’empty space’ we have in our country. Fly over the U.K., and you see that human settlement does not fill up the U.K. at all. It accounts for something of the order of 15 per cent of the landmass.”

― Evan Davis

“When we’re in that kind of childish space, we’re more genuine and feel more comfortable with our friends.”

― Evan Spiegel

“The social marketing teams of big companies will always figure out a way to advertise on Snapchat. I’d like to create a space for people who have a lot of talent but not a lot of reach.”

― Evan Spiegel

“I’d like to create a space for people who have a lot of talent but not a lot of reach.”

― Evan Spiegel

“Creative experimentation propels our culture forward. That our stories of innovation tend to glorify the breakthroughs and edit out all the experimental mistakes doesn’t mean that mistakes play a trivial role. As any artist or scientist knows, without some protected, even sacred space for mistakes, innovation would cease.”

― Evgeny Morozov

“In Google’s world, public space is just something that stands between your house and the well-reviewed restaurant that you are dying to get to.”

― Evgeny Morozov

“When you take away the phone and e-mail and you don’t have a million things to run around to, it allows your mind the space to think more expansively about the things that matter.”

― Ewan McGregor

“If I were to do a movie about Apollo 13, I’d be at NASA studying what it took to go into space. It’s part of your job to go deep, to interview the right people.”

― F. Gary Gray

“I’m writing a book, and there’s not even space for a desk in our home. So I spent my hard-earned book money and rented the small apartment downstairs from us.”

― Faith Salie

“There is a certain highlighting of issues, be it emotional, be it social, or simply an entertainment one: they can be written or directed by a woman differently, with a different voice. I feel that their voice needs to be given more stage and more space.”

― Farhan Akhtar

“There is no comparison between the life of a rock star and an actor. If I could now, I would be a rock star within a blink of an eye. So as far as music is concerned, yeah, I might just go back to it, but don’t want to be unfair to it. It requires its proper time and space.”

― Fawad Khan

“What I love about what I get to do is that I’m allowed to create the stories that I want to tell with minimal interference by some very big corporations like Microsoft and Sprint and EA and BioWare. The advantage that these tech companies have is that they understand the space organically, versus traditional media companies.”

― Felicia Day

“Aviation – and space travel, in particular – have always been especially captivating.”

― Felix Baumgartner

“There is so much to do in my house, in every little corner. It’s just like anybody, it’s like one step at a time. I try to decorate one space and a pipe breaks or whatever – you know how it is.”

― Fergie

“Playing with Coutinho is easy. He’s a very quick player who dribbles well. He knows how to play out wide, and my job is not just to go past and help him: it’s also to give the greatest number of passes to him in space around the opposition right-back.”

― Filipe Luis

“We’re all humans living on this tiny little rock, floating through space at, like, thousands of miles an hour. We should all just get along.”

― Finn Balor

“I love my music, so I want to produce, write, and serve my music. I’ve had to learn about EQ frequencies and programming and space and clutter and how to be a better piano or bass player – everything.”

― FKA twigs

“Hence, within the space of two generations there has been a complete revolution in the attitude of the trades-unions toward the women working in their trades.”

― Florence Kelley

“In Holland, we have a saying: ‘A knife cuts on two sides.’ With the rubber duck, I’m trying to show people what they haven’t been seeing in their public space. When the rubber duck is there and when it’s gone, you know.”

― Florentijn Hofman

“If you work in a public space, you have to be aware that no one is buying a ticket.”

― Florentijn Hofman

“I want people to get inspired by public space – their space. People tend to forget about it because they do the daily thing, but putting up these sculptures breaks the routine.”

― Florentijn Hofman

“I like to stay in the space of creativity, and I want to go towards that all the time.”

― Flying Lotus

“It’s a contract of connection to be in the same space and watch and listen to stories and be caught in them. When you’re in a theater, your brain expands because somebody in the theater may do something or respond to something that you wouldn’t have.”

― Forest Whitaker

“Los Angeles County is one of the most park-poor urban areas in the nation, and the San Gabriel Valley – stretching from Pasadena to Pomona – is especially starved for open space.”

― Frances Beinecke

“The San Gabriel Valley, stretching from Pasadena to Pomona, is especially starved for open space. The valley has a rich array of ethnically diverse communities, but it also has some of the highest rates of childhood obesity and diabetes in the state.”

― Frances Beinecke

“I cherish the creation of public space and services, especially health, housing and the comprehensive education system which dared to give so many of us ideas ‘above our station.’”

― Frances O’Grady

“I don’t write diaries and things like that, but I have a fantastic memory. I call that like a magic carpet. I can really concentrate and travel back in the past I don’t know how many years from now and evoke that space if I wanted.”

― Francoise Gilot

“The space within becomes the reality of the building.”

― Frank Lloyd Wright

“Space is the breath of art.”

― Frank Lloyd Wright

“The evolution of football has seen a reduction in the space between the teams. It is therefore important for the modern footballer to react and be quicker than in the past, because there is more happening in the restricted space.”

― Frank Rijkaard

“But, after all, the aim of art is to create space – space that is not compromised by decoration or illustration, space within which the subjects of painting can live.”

― Frank Stella

“Human uploads have such a natural advantage over present-day people in the environment of space, it’s exceedingly unlikely flesh-and-blood beings will ever engage in interstellar travel.”

― Frank Tipler

“The advertising world had space men in it before spacemen existed.”

― Fred Allen

“Space isn’t remote at all. It’s only an hour’s drive away if your car could go straight upwards.”

― Fred Hoyle

“The space between the television set and the viewer is holy ground.”

― Fred Rogers

“And what we know, or think we know, about the universe of space and time is changing very quickly.”

― Fred Saberhagen

“People think that I live in a space pod, but it’s pretty mid-century modern.”

― Fred Schneider

“We need new medical approaches to preventing and/or curing disease. We need new scientific approaches to generating, storing, and being more efficient with energy. Maybe we need more space exploration. Maybe we need more undersea exploration.”

― Fred Wilson

“Shooting on location and dressing locations in Los Angeles is shockingly expensive, especially when you’re talking about webseries-level budgets, so the opportunity to build our sets in YouTube’s space gives us a lot more room in our budget in being able to create the world of ‘VGHS’ properly.”

― Freddie Wong

“I wanted to get us a place of our own with a little bit more space. The kitchen is just huge, because my mom… lives there, man, and she loves being in the kitchen.”

― Freddy Adu

“The question that will decide our destiny is not whether we shall expand into space. It is: shall we be one species or a million? A million species will not exhaust the ecological niches that are awaiting the arrival of intelligence.”

― Freeman Dyson

“It’s not going to be just humans colonizing space, it’s going to be life moving out from the Earth, moving it into its kingdom. And the kingdom of life, of course, is going to be the universe.”

― Freeman Dyson

“Most architects think in drawings, or did think in drawings; today, they think on the computer monitor. I always tried to think three dimensionally. The interior eye of the brain should be not flat but three dimensional so that everything is an object in space. We are not living in a two-dimensional world.”

― Frei Otto

“Whether we live alone or with other people, few acknowledge the presence of another roommate. This roommate is named ‘Things’ and the space that ‘Things’ occupies is typically a lot larger than the space people have for themselves.”

― Fumio Sasaki

“I want to create my own living space and grow my own food instead of paying someone to supply those for me.”

― Fumio Sasaki

“There are more things to gain from eliminating excess than you might imagine: time, space, freedom, and energy, for example.”

― Fumio Sasaki

“Jupiter, Pluto, pick a planet: we can go there. I just got a bit more work to do in the music industry, and we’re going to space, baby.”

― Future

“My obsession with outer space is my way of being different. I make astronaut music. It takes an astronaut so long to get to space – that’s how long it takes to catch up on my music.”

― Future

“It takes an astronaut so long to get to space – that’s how long it takes to catch up on my music.”

― Future

“We think of divinity as something infinitely big, but it is also infinitely small – the condensation of your breath on your palms, the ridges in your fingertips, the warm space between your shoulder and the shoulder next to you.”

― G. Willow Wilson

“I think Windows 8 is a catastrophe for everyone in the PC space. I think we’ll lose some of the top-tier PC/OEMs, who will exit the market. I think margins will be destroyed for a bunch of people.”

― Gabe Newell

“While American football is very structured and linear and static – where everyone lines up, and there’s a burst, and it happens – soccer is like the cosmos. It’s like constellations. It’s bodies moving in space. It’s a very spherical game.”

― Gabriel Luna

“I just want my kids to have the space of childhood to explore themselves as fully as possible.”

― Gaby Hoffmann

“It’s so nice that there’s all this new space for new, good content. It’s good news for us actors, since nobody makes real independent films anymore.”

― Gaby Hoffmann

“Television has filled the space for actors that really want to make good work and not just make a lot of money and be famous for making a lot of money and being famous.”

― Gaby Hoffmann

“There are many unidentified bands in the spectra of stars. Wide bands are produced by some complex molecules in the interstellar space.”

― Garik Israelian

“We don’t tell the officials to change the standard for the playoffs, but as we all know, time and space tends to evaporate very quickly in a playoff game; there tends to be a lot more physicality and a lot more adjustments in the course of a series.”

― Gary Bettman

“If someone comes up to me, 90 percent of the time it’s about Office Space.”

― Gary Cole

“’Office Space’ I loved doing.”

― Gary Cole

“Small paintings can be fantastic. But you can’t often get a narrative out of a small painting. In any case, museums are huge places, and you want to take up some space.”

― Gary Hume

“I’m not the best audience for that because I’m not a great science-fiction fan. I just never got off on space ships and space costumes, things like that.”

― Gary Oldman

“A broad trend I’m completely obsessed with is mobile commerce. Like completely. I’m completely convinced that everybody’s going to be buying from their mobile devices. Whoever can claim that space or be in that space, I’m very interested in.”

― Gary Vaynerchuk

“I don’t come from a space where I gush and praise – the world is doing enough of that.”

― Gauri Khan

“Design should revolve around what the main purpose of the space is. If you plan to live there, it should reflect your personality.”

― Gauri Khan

“My passion is to create and transform a small or a large space.”

― Gauri Khan

“Too much clutter is a disturbance to the energy of a space for me. It’s big no-no for me.”

― Gauri Khan

“The arts can play a vital role in revitalizing neighborhoods, using and improving vacant space, bringing new jobs and new sense of opportunity, and improving public safety by generating more foot traffic and more eyes on the street.”

― Gavin Newsom

“San Francisco lags behind other communities in providing a vital, vibrant and ecologically sustainable urban canopy, as well as open space in the city.”

― Gavin Newsom

“I visited a Child Friendly Space where children take part in structured play and development activities in a safe environment. These are designed to develop their cognitive ability as well as address their psychosocial needs. As I watched them sing songs and take part in games, it struck me that these kids could be anywhere in the world.”

― Gemma Chan

“After Apollo 17, America stopped looking towards the next horizon. The United States had become a space-faring nation, but threw it away. We have sacrificed space exploration for space exploitation, which is interesting but scarcely visionary.”

― Gene Cernan

“Today, we are on a path of decay. We are seeing the book close on five decades of accomplishment as the leader in human space exploration.”

― Gene Cernan

“We don’t have the capability today to put a human being in space of any kind, shape or form, which is absolutely, totally unacceptable when we got the greatest flying machine in the world sitting down at Kennedy in a garage there with nothing to do.”

― Gene Cernan

“I do believe there is life in outer space. Mathematically, there has to be, and if you believe as I do that there is a creator of the universe, then how can we be so arrogant to believe he created life here and nowhere else?”

― Gene Cernan

“Some of the most exciting space education in the country is not coming out of Washington or New York or California or even Texas. It’s coming from a place in Kansas called the Cosmosphere.”

― Gene Cernan

“We will certainly see teachers, journalists, artists and poets in space. Whatever it takes to the be the best is what it will take to get you into space.”

― Gene Cernan

“Am I willing to go to Mars? Yes, but I’m not willing to spend nine months getting there, then wait 18 more months until the planets align to come home.”

― Gene Cernan

“Some astronauts describe the routine flushing of urine into space, where the freezing temperatures turn the droplets into a cloud of bright, drifting crystals, as being among the most amazing sights they saw on an entire voyage.”

― Gene Cernan

“I was the most emotional of the flight directors. Space really got me all honked up.”

― Gene Kranz

“I just felt that space was the next thing coming in aviation. It was higher, faster. It had the risk.”

― Gene Kranz

“Dichotomies are an inherent part of comics, aren’t they? Comics are both pictures and words. They blend time and space. Many feature characters with dual identities like Bruce Wayne/Batman. Cartoonists also tend to live dichotomous lives because many of us have day jobs.”

― Gene Luen Yang

“It was ‘ST’ format to let space and alien worlds, rather than human weakness, provide the conflict and danger necessary to our adventure show.”

― Gene Roddenberry

“If we confound and break up the proposed unfolding the world impresses upon us, we can give ourselves the space to consider what we want to be as a species.”

― Genesis P-Orridge

“The status quo is presented as something to aspire to, whereas for us, the status quo was something we wanted to shatter in order to create the space for people to choose for themselves.”

― Genesis P-Orridge

“The CGI landscape is another world. It has its own physical laws; it can defy gravity. But surely the wonder of cinematic space is that it is wedded to reality?”

― Geoff Dyer

“The ocean is 90% unexplored. It’s a great canvas to paint Aquaman stories across, just like Green Lantern has space. It’s more organic, which makes it different and interesting. It’s alien, but it’s terrestrial.”

― Geoff Johns

“We are finding new areas in the ocean every day. It’s as alien as going to outer space.”

― Geoff Johns

“’253′ has a little bit of time in it, but basically, everything’s happening at once in a small space, and you’re exploring the space. ‘What happens next?’ is not the question that you’re asking or answering. It’s where do you go, and why should you go there?”

― Geoff Ryman

“I’m a very amateur scientist. For me, it started with the Mercury space program and onward to the moon landing in my impressionable adolescent years.”

― Geoffrey Rush

“I don’t have to go into outer space to write about an astronaut.”

― Geoffrey S. Fletcher

“The Lamb’s Club is going to be a luxury bar and grill; we’re not doing an overly fancy restaurant. We wanted to make a space that people will come to every day, almost like a very high-end bistro.”

― Geoffrey Zakarian

“We were talking about the space between us all and the people who hide themselves behind a wall of illusion. Never glimpse the truth – then it’s far too late when they pass away.”

― George Harrison

“I was afraid that science-fiction buffs and everybody would say things like, ‘You know, there’s no sound in outer space.’”

― George Lucas

“We have the ability to completely change our environment to go… to take on… to inherit, in a certain sense, things far beyond our DNA, and that’s inheritable. And we can see evolution in action as our ideas evolve and undergo a kind of Darwinian selection not at the DNA level. And we can go off into space.”

― George M. Church

“If we go into space, we need enhancements that handle radiation and osteoporosis… or else we’re dead. So what seems like an enhancement in one generation becomes life and death in another generation.”

― George M. Church

“You really have to try hard to create space and, at least for a time, stop the political world from rushing in. The important thing is to remain sane.”

― George Osborne

“I always think of space-time as being the real substance of space, and the galaxies and the stars just like the foam on the ocean.”

― George Smoot

“The discovery and investigation of life on other planets is likely to change many of our ideas about how life arose on the Earth and even what is life and its natural development.”

― George Smoot

“We will build new ships to carry man forward into the universe, to gain a new foothold on the moon and to prepare for new journeys to the worlds beyond our own.”

― George W. Bush

“Luis Enrique has a clear idea, and the team has understood it perfectly. He asks us to press high up the pitch, to counter quickly when the opposition attacks and try to maximise the space between the lines with the speed we have.”

― Gerard Pique

“I’ve always been interested in the idea of space exploration. When I was younger it was just a dream, but the theory of rockets being able to travel through space was very much alive. I found it very exciting.”

― Gerry Anderson

“In the United States there is more space where nobody is than where anybody is. That is what makes America what it is.”

― Gertrude Stein

“It’s a pity I flew only once. A space flight is like a drug – once you experience it, you can’t think of anything else.”

― Gherman Titov

“We were young, we were pilots, and we were hungry to test the new technology of ‘space machines.’ And we all wanted to be first.”

― Gherman Titov

“It’s more fun having him as everyman in the 25th Century. It is better to concentrate on what this planet will be like 500 years from now, and not be dealing with little aliens in space and all that related stuff.”

― Gil Gerard

“But generally speaking, people weren’t fired, art jobs were very hard to get, so something really calamitous had to happen to a person who was working there in order for you to find a space.”

― Gil Kane

“When I was young, they thought I was from outer space. I was the only gay person they probably knew, and they struggled with that. Everybody knew I was gay. They just didn’t want to talk about it.”

― Gilbert Baker

“Dennis the Menace was probably the most realistic comic book ever done. No space aliens ever invaded!”

― Gilbert Hernandez

“With couture, the great thing is that each piece has its own character, and you have space to explore and continue themes season after season.”

― Giles Deacon

“In any culture, if information is to maximise in a contextual space, and new meanings be born, the original story has to have substance – there’s gotta be gold in them thar hills.”

― Giles Foden

“For me, it’s about taking things that do not take a lot of space. Don’t take a lot of shoes. I tend to pack a lot of dresses, for instance, because they take up less space.”

― Gillian Tans

“There are a lot of threats out there. Amazon can enter the travel market. Google could enter the accommodation space. But that is not something that we actively focus on.”

― Gillian Tans

“Innumerable spirits and souls, when spread out through the same space, do not interfere with each other such that the diffusion of one would affect the diffusion of an infinity of others.”

― Giordano Bruno

“Sometimes siblings can get in each other’s space.”

― Gisele Bundchen

“Countries with fiscal space should invest in physical and social infrastructure to raise potential growth.”

― Gita Gopinath

“Where fiscal space is low, fiscal policy needs to adjust in a growth-friendly manner to ensure public debt is on a sustainable path, while protecting the most vulnerable.”

― Gita Gopinath

“If the chain symmetry is maintained in the crystal lattice, the possible occurrence of different space groups is considerably restricted.”

― Giulio Natta

“I started the 1998 World Cup with Teddy Sheringham up front but always planned for Michael Owen to face Colombia in our final group game because they defended square and a quick striker would be able to exploit the space behind them.”

― Glenn Hoddle

“I wish I was as smart as Jeff Bezos. He’s just a large-brained space alien.”

― Glenn Kelman

“In writing, something is always left out: it can’t be articulated in the space of an essay.”

― Glenn Ligon

“A pedestal is as much a prison as any small, confined space.”

― Gloria Steinem

“It’s a mistake for Hollywood to impose themselves on the gaming space. Not only is it arrogant, but it hasn’t really worked.”

― Gore Verbinski

“Overcrowding in the cities is producing a collective madness in which irrational violence flourishes because man needs more space in which to be than the modern city allows.”

― Gore Vidal

“I find the production in ‘A&E’ very beautiful, it reminds me of Ace Of Base, the way the bass has that space and the reggae.”

― Grace Chatto

“Space exploration promised us alien life, lucrative planetary mining, and fabulous lunar colonies. News flash, ladies and gents: Space is nearly empty. It’s a sterile vacuum, filled mostly with the junk we put up there.”

― Graham Hawkes

“When I was a teenager, I was a huge computer nerd. I went to computer programming camp. I went to space camp.”

― Graham Moore

“In football, time and space are the same thing.”

― Graham Taylor

“My home kitchen is airy, with a gas stove, a stainless-steel island table in the center and granite countertops. It’s very modest but there’s tons of counter space, so you can slap down three or four cutting boards.”

― Grant Achatz

“Now, in the space of a year, we’ve spent 450 percent more for power than we did the year before, and bought essentially the same amount of power. This year, that number’s likely to go up. That can’t go on forever and have us continue to be the economic engine for America.”

― Gray Davis

“It turns out it’s not rocket science to design a sacred space.”

― Greg Lynn

“Science fiction writers didn’t predict the fade-out of NASA’s manned space operations, and they weren’t prepared with alternative routes to space when that decline became undeniable.”

― Gregory Benford

“Very little useful science got done in the space station. NASA never did the experiments needed to develop the technologies required for a genuine interplanetary expedition: centrifugal gravity to avoid bodily harm and a truly closed biosphere.”

― Gregory Benford

“Seeing the space future through science fiction can be difficult. Much science fiction of the early era, the 1950s through the ’70s, took an expansionist view.”

― Gregory Benford

“The people who built the space program – both Soviet and U.S. – were readers of science fiction.”

― Gregory Benford

“My first date was with Endeavour, and my last date is going to be with Endeavour, as far as space shuttles are concerned.”

― Gregory H. Johnson

“The building of the International Space Station is something wonderful, and it will show us how to take the next step beyond low-Earth orbit.”

― Gregory H. Johnson

“Theatre is a sacred space for actors. You are responsible; you are in the driving-seat.”

― Greta Scacchi

“Because of my job, my hair gets played with a lot on set, so I try to give it little bit of breathing space when I’m not working.”

― Gugu Mbatha-Raw

“I want to live in a space that I designed, that is for me.”

― Guillermo del Toro

“I remember when I was writing ‘The Tin Drum,’ I had the totally misguided idea of giving Oskar Matzerath a sister, and he just wouldn’t have it. There was no space for a sister, yet I had the character of the sister in my head. In fact I used her in later novels, in ‘Cat and Mouse’ and ‘Dog Years,’ Tulla Pokriski.”

― Gunter Grass

“There is always space for good music.”

― Guru Randhawa

“The area of teenage life is not necessarily rarefied; we’ve all gone through that period. It’s not as rarefied as a western or a space adventure or a gangster film, but it has its own dynamic.”

― Gus Van Sant

“In its beginnings, music was merely chamber music, meant to be listened to in a small space by a small audience.”

― Gustav Mahler

“As many have noted, the peril for authors is that our work space is too easily our play space.”

― Guy Gavriel Kay

“Actually, I was the seventh private explorer but the first Canadian ‘space clown.’ I never dreamed of going into space; I just dreamed of traveling. But I admit that space is an incredible destination and the absolute traveling experience.”

― Guy Laliberte

“Adaption of the human body in space is not yet mastered. As soon as you hit space, you feel your body is going through a period of mutation. There’s no blood in your head; you have a hard time swallowing. We’re not born to naturally be in space.”

― Guy Laliberte

“The guitar gives you a lot of space to cover for yourself, but there’s not a lot of room for that on piano.”

― Guy Picciotto

“I describe my personal style as ‘mythic space horse with chocolate box tendencies.’”

― Gwendoline Christie

“I left Aerospace because I wanted to go build, and put spacecraft together.”

― Gwynne Shotwell

“Indeed, there is much in pure humanitarian culture, as opposed to rigid scientific training, which encourages absorption in the affairs of mankind, and more or less indifference to the unfathomed abysses of star-strown space that yawn interminably about this terrestrial grain of dust.”

― H. P. Lovecraft

“My type of basketball is about how to create space, how to maneuver, how to get your shot off.”

― Hakeem Olajuwon

“There’s always room to volunteer. I think that’s a huge space to be involved with.”

― Halima Aden

“The idea of ‘Badlands’ was creating a space with sound, which is a really difficult thing to do.”

― Halsey

“The launch of a space shuttle can still make you weep with amazement and wonder, if you happen to be watching it.”

― Hanna Rosin

“Regardless of how Beautified turned out, it was a great experience, and it was an excellent product and one that people really appreciated in the space.”

― Hannah Bronfman

“My brain is just so busy. I’m inattentive; I’m a daydreamer: the space cadet kind.”

― Hannah Gadsby

“But I have to add – and this answers your other question – this catholicity in time and in space is only meaningful for me if there is, at the same time, a concentration on the Gospel.”

― Hans Kung

“It is users that are driving the networks with innovations on top of the networks and with innovations in the devices space. This is very healthy.”

― Hans Vestberg

“The Tamil industry, while being better than all the other film industries when it comes to treating female actors, is still dominated by men. So, I can only work within the space offered to heroines, and I think I am doing that.”

― Hansika Motwani

“To see a trans body in this ideal space – on a cover, in an ad – these are spaces that have immense cultural power to dictate what is beautiful, what is glamorous, what is aspirational, what is sexy, what is clean. That can be very powerful and helpful in the de-stigmatization of trans bodies.”

― Hari Nef

“I live in a little studio apartment, so I try to keep the space super clean at all times.”

― Hari Nef

“If I ever called myself an activist, I regret it, and I was cornered into it by an industry who couldn’t justify me taking up space without saying that I had some kind of radical political agenda because they saw my participation as a radical political thing. Which it was not.”

― Hari Nef

“The space program is not only scientific in purpose but also is an expression of man’s insistent determination to do the nearly impossible – to explore the unknown, even at great risk.”

― Harold Urey

“I grew up in the Great Depression, and the jazz artists and Dixieland musicians were at the core of our communications and enjoyment. They were not passing fancies. They are something that is, and will be, listened to again and again. I have a space of reverence for some of those old jazz stars such as Sydney Bechet and Louis Armstrong.”

― Harry Belafonte

“I knew Charlie Parker, and he gave us such a gift with his music. He put so much into so little space, and it was tragic that he died so young.”

― Harry Belafonte

“The two are unrelated. I’m not into turtles or space stuff.”

― Harry Connick, Jr.

“The government only makes restrictive rules, they don’t show you what to do so you know, OK, here’s where we need this many apartments, with open space, playgrounds, kindergartens.”

― Harry Seidler

“As a designer, the mission with which we have been charged is simple: providing space at the right cost.”

― Harry von Zell

“When I was a child, I got an opportunity to see all the big players in a cricket match. I was a ball boy outside the boundary line. I picked the ball and waited a bit for Sachin Tendulkar to come near me to give it to him. The sense of being in the same space was special. While thousands were watching, I was close to Sachin.”

― Harshvardhan Rane

“In California, you can stretch your arms out and not be touching another person. You get space, sun and, in general, dignity.”

― Hasan Minhaj

“I think, as journalists, we sometimes are afraid to enter into the emotional lives and the complications of the lives of the people we write about – we don’t really have the space and the room to deal with those things. But as a novelist, that’s precisely what you’re writing about.”

― Hector Tobar

“We need to be very thoughtful about how we propose to spend the money that NASA does have for space exploration. And we need to be clear that there’s the human spaceflight part of NASA, and there’s the science space part of NASA, and there’s also aeronautics. Those are all very different things that NASA does.”

― Heidi Hammel

“It’s clear that the only thing that is inhibiting us from doing further human exploration of space is money and the will to do it.”

― Heidi Hammel

“Hubble is absolutely unique; we must have a telescope in space to complement the very large telescopes on the ground.”

― Heidi Hammel

“Working away from my husband for long periods is good and bad. It stops us taking each other for granted and gives us space, but I miss him terribly.”

― Helen Mirren

“I tend to prioritize emotional realism above the known laws of time and space, and when you do that, it’s inevitable that strange things happen. Which can be quite enjoyable, I think.”

― Helen Oyeyemi

“Politicians and the government have become too interested in short-term gains. Of course, if you look at the direct financial returns in the short term, human space flight is expensive. But they need to look longer term.”

― Helen Sharman

“People are fascinated by space flight. It makes them interested in science, gets them asking questions and motivates them.”

― Helen Sharman

“I still dream about being on the space station with the feeling of being weightless. The weightlessness is the most amazing, relaxing and natural feeling.”

― Helen Sharman

“I don’t classify myself as the first space tourist because I wasn’t as though I paid and had a holiday out of it – although I had a fab time.”

― Helen Sharman

“There is good science you can do in space. There is stuff there you cannot do on Earth and we can gain understanding from it.”

― Helen Sharman

“You don’t go into space just for the science. Economically, it is not worth it. I think the reason we should be in space is for the exploration; it’s the human endeavour.”

― Helen Sharman

“I had been lucky that my physiology is well suited to space training.”

― Helen Sharman

“You can do more science on the ground than you can in space for the same amount of money. But there is some science you can not do on the ground.”

― Helen Sharman

“I’d love to go back to space, I don’t know any astronaut who doesn’t want to.”

― Helen Sharman

“While we’ve taken seeds into space, and astronauts on the International Space Station have eaten lettuce they’ve grown, we haven’t produced fruit in space, so we can’t pollinate something.”

― Helen Sharman

“In any relationship, after the first year is over, you can’t help but want your own space.”

― Helena Bonham Carter

“I wanted to improve the suburban office building; to create a great urban space in a suburban environment with all that implies about interaction, collaboration and creativity.”

― Helmut Jahn

“Absolute space, that is to say, the mark to which it would be necessary to refer the earth to know whether it really moves, has no objective existence.”

― Henri Poincare

“The car is the most regulated thing in the world. It’s more complicated to make a car than it is to send a rocket to space.”

― Henrik Fisker

“What is the use of a house if you haven’t got a tolerable planet to put it on?”

― Henry David Thoreau

“I’m here to carve out a strong career in the leading-man space.”

― Henry Golding

“I’m no romantic, surfing, California boy. I like reading, writing, philosophizing. Scheming. I’ve been doing some exploration of the inner space.”

― Henry Hopper

“We had news this morning of another successful atomic bomb being dropped on Nagasaki. These two heavy blows have fallen in quick succession upon the Japanese and there will be quite a little space before we intend to drop another.”

― Henry L. Stimson

“Think of a forest, then imagine taking 10,000 trees and squeezing them together until there is essentially no space between them. That’s what the neocortical column looks like.”

― Henry Markram

“The city of London, within the walls, occupies a space of only 370 acres, and is but the hundred and fortieth part of the extent covered by the whole metropolis.”

― Henry Mayhew

“Turner – whether on canvas or paper – can create almost measurable distances of space and air – air that you can draw, in which you can work out what the section through it would be. The space he creates is not emptiness; it is filled with ‘solid’ atmosphere.”

― Henry Moore

“We call the fates of the Titanic and the Concordia – as well as those of the space shuttles Challenger and Columbia – ‘accidents.’ Foreseeing such undesirable events is what engineers are expected to do. However, design trade-offs leave technological systems open to failings once predicted, but later forgotten.”

― Henry Petroski

“The space shuttle was designed, at least in part, to broaden our knowledge of the universe. To scientists, the vehicle was a tool; to engineers, it was their creation.”

― Henry Petroski

“A common misconception about how things such as space shuttles come to be is that engineers simply apply the theories and equations of science. But this cannot be done until the new thing-to-be is conceived in the engineer’s mind’s eye. Rather than following from science, engineered things lead it.”

― Henry Petroski

“Because there is a larger awareness that transcends time and space, an awareness is available after death.”

― Henry Reed

“If there is any one truth from the legacy of the Cayce readings, it would be that there is a spiritual dimension to humans, something beyond time and space.”

― Henry Reed

“Now and then, someone is able to look at an empty space, conclude it would be a great place to start a revolution, and bravely go forward.”

― Henry Rollins

“When a young non-white male is stopped and searched at the whim of a police officer, his idea of personal space, privacy and self esteem are shattered, to say nothing of his Fourth and Fourteenth Amendment protections. The damage goes deep quickly and stays. Stop & frisk, as well as a tactic, is also an incitement.”

― Henry Rollins

“I tend to gravitate to the darkest or most obscure part of any venue in an effort to have my own space to experience the music on my own, free from unwanted conversations and other distractions.”

― Henry Rollins

“The Orion capsule uses an escape system quite like that of the Apollo spacecraft in the 1960s and 70s: an ‘escape tower’ containing a solid-fuel rocket that will pull it up and away from Ares I in a pinch.”

― Henry Spencer

“Is manned space exploration important? Yes – not least because it simply works much better than sending robots.”

― Henry Spencer

“Supplying fuel for a Mars expedition from the lunar surface is often suggested, but it’s hard to make it pay off – Moon bases are expensive, and just buying more rockets to launch fuel from Earth is relatively cheap.”

― Henry Spencer

“Not until the space shuttle started flying did NASA concede that some astronauts didn’t have to be fast-jet pilots. And at that point, sure enough, women started becoming astronauts.”

― Henry Spencer

“Whether solid rockets are more or less likely to fail than liquid-fuel rockets is debatable. More serious, though, is that when they do fail, it’s usually violent and spectacular.”

― Henry Spencer

“Sometimes people wonder why aeroplanes are so cheap and rockets are so expensive. Even the most superficial comparison shows one obvious difference: aeroplane engines use outside air to burn their fuel, while rockets have to carry their own oxidisers along.”

― Henry Spencer

“Reusable rockets promise much easier testing because you should usually get them back, and you can debug as you go rather than having to get everything perfect the first time.”

― Henry Spencer

“In any game, you have an enemy coming at yourself that you have to shoot. If you go back to ‘Space Invaders,’ they shoot at you when they come at you, so how are you going to protect yourself? You’re going to shoot, and that is a typical videogame.”

― Hideo Kojima

“Data science requires having that cultural space to experiment and work on things that might fail.”

― Hilary Mason

“We want to stay on this tour bus together as long as we possibly can. I’m sure a lot of bands are like, ‘I need my own space.’ But we don’t. I want to be with these guys forever.”

― Hillary Scott

“We can see loss as something missing, but that missing space can be filled with something else, and that creates healing.”

― Hirokazu Kore-eda

“The space where writing happens is a unique space that’s hard to define, and when you’re kicked out of it because you’re travelling or distracted, it seems so elusive and hard to defend because you yourself doubt whether it existed.”

― Hisham Matar

“If you gave kids peas that didn’t look like peas and said they were a space shuttle, they’re much more apt to eat them because it’s now playtime.”

― Hod Lipson

“Long scenes of emotion are quite difficult – you’ve got to build up to them and make sure you’re in the right emotional space.”

― Holliday Grainger

“Part of keeping space open is not to try to choose a form – to spend more time thinking about content, and let form take care of itself.”

― Holly Near

“Personally, I’ve got bigger hopes for NASA. I will stipulate it should keep putting telescopes in space so we can figure out where we fit in the universe, and it should also keep building those little robots that can and do.”

― Homer Hickam

“One thing we’ve learned about space is that the human body starts to fall apart after relatively short exposures to microgravity.”

― Homer Hickam

“Boeing, LockMart, and hundreds of other companies, large and small, work in the space business, and they also create new techniques and technology; but they’d be nowhere if NASA and the Department of Defense hadn’t shown the way by funding the first big rockets and satellites.”

― Homer Hickam

“It’s nice to have a quiet movie to give you time to meditate on an idea. A lot of movies don’t give you the space to feel anything.”

― Hong Chau

“We’ve been surrounded by images of space our whole lives, from the speculative images of science fiction to the inspirational visions of artists to the increasingly beautiful pictures made possible by complex technologies. But whilst we have an overwhelmingly vivid visual understanding of space, we have no sense of what space sounds like.”

― Honor Harger

“Radio astronomers study radio waves from space using sensitive antennas and receivers, which give them precise information about what an astronomical object is and where it is in our night sky. And just like the signals that we send and receive here on Earth, we can convert these transmissions into sound using simple analog techniques.”

― Honor Harger

“The buying of time or space is not the taking out of a hunting license on someone else’s private preserve but is the renting of a stage on which we may perform.”

― Howard Gossage

“Everything that exists is information, and everything that is informative also exists. The infosphere is not a virtual space that is distinct from the real world. Rather, the world itself is increasingly being considered an information space and part of the infosphere.”

― Hubert Burda

“The behavior of the crowd at Churchill Downs is like 100,000 vicious Hyenas going berserk all at once in a space about the size of a 777 jet or the White House lawn.”

― Hunter S. Thompson

“When I was living in New York, I tried to make it work for a year, but I didn’t really have my own space to be creative. It was really inspiring, but I think that coming to L.A. has allowed me to take a breath.”

― Hunter Schafer

“The essence of architecture is form and space, and light is the essential element to the key to architectural design, probably more important than anything. Technology and materials are secondary.”

― I. M. Pei

“Architecture must not do violence to space or its neighbors.”

― I. M. Pei

“The nature of creativity is to make space for things to happen… We can drive it out with our busyness and plans.”

― Iain McGilchrist

“I think we always view people who make us feel uncomfortable and appear to intrude on our middle-class cozy space, we view them with, if not hostility, at least suspicion, discomfort, embarrassment.”

― Ian Anderson

“I’ve always written. At the age of six or seven, I would get sheets of A4 paper and fold them in half, cut the edges to make a little eight-page booklet, break it up into squares and put in little stick men with little speech bubbles, and I’d have a spy story, a space story and a football story.”

― Ian Rankin

“Many ask me why I work with debutants, but I always tell them that there’s space for every one in the industry, and if my music helps him, then I’m glad to be of some help. I will never say no to deserving newcomers.”

― Ilaiyaraaja

“I grew up in a household where we all celebrated who we were. There was no space to make people feel different or ‘less than.’”

― Ilhan Omar

“I was scared of failing, and I was scared of succeeding. I just wanted to be in a safe space and not grow too big or be too little.”

― India Arie

“I get to decide how my body shows up in any space. When I’m walking into a place like the Globes, I want to make it very clear that how I show up is to further the freedom of everybody.”

― Indya Moore

“You’d think that radio was around long enough that someone would have coined a word for staring into space.”

― Ira Glass

“I don’t mind solitude. I love talking to other people, but I do need my space.”

― Iris Chang

“Perhaps when distant people on other planets pick up some wavelength of ours all they hear is a continuous scream.”

― Iris Murdoch

“Absolute space, in its own nature, without regard to anything external, remains always similar and immovable. Relative space is some movable dimension or measure of the absolute spaces, which our senses determine by its position to bodies, and which is vulgarly taken for immovable space.”

― Isaac Newton

“It is indeed a matter of great difficulty to discover, and effectually to distinguish, the true motions of particular bodies from the apparent because the parts of that immovable space, in which those motions are performed, do by no means come under the observation of our senses.”

― Isaac Newton

“God in the beginning formed matter in solid, massy, hard, impenetrable, movable particles, of such sizes and figures, and with such other properties, and in such proportion to space, as most conduced to the end for which he formed them.”

― Isaac Newton

“The motions of the comets are exceedingly regular, and they observe the same laws as the motions of the planets, but they differ from the motions of vortices in every particular and are often contrary to them.”

― Isaac Newton

“From journalism I learned to write under pressure, to work with deadlines, to have limited space and time, to conduct and interview, to find information, to research, and above all, to use language as efficiently as possible and to remember always that there is a reader out there.”

― Isabel Allende

“As long as you don’t forgive, who and whatever it is will occupy rent-free space in your mind.”

― Isabelle Holland

“Firstly I did it in this huge theatre in Avignon, then to smaller places, then bigger places. You have to change the volume of the voice, give more or less. The way you have to relate to space makes it like sculpture.”

― Isabelle Huppert

“My fascination has been the space between cloth and the body, and using a two-dimensional element to clothe a three-dimensional form.”

― Issey Miyake

“Clothes should fit comfortably – not too tightly – so that you have space to move in and think freely.”

― Issey Miyake

“Between the fear that something would happen and the hope that still it wouldn’t, there is much more space than one thinks. On that narrow, hard, bare and dark space a lot of us spend their lives.”

― Ivo Andric

“We each take up one virtual space per title… Virtual shelf life is forever. In a bookstore, you have anywhere from a few weeks to a few months to sell your title, and then it gets returned. This is a big waste of money, and no incentive at all for the bookseller to move the book.”

― J. A. Konrath

“My interest in astronomy grew from the play ‘Space’ that I did, where I had to learn where my character was from. I had to study the stars and figure where everything was and how I got here and all of those things.”

― J. August Richards

“A lot of the futuristic space stuff seemed to me to be a very cool form of science-fiction, so that was my first real baptism in the genre.”

― J. Michael Straczynski

“When you’re writing a story in bits and pieces, month in and month out, there really isn’t time or space for reflection, no room to learn what those scripts had to teach you.”

― J. Michael Straczynski

“I was born behind the Iron Curtain, and I remember heated discussions about large-scale terra-forming projects, such as reversing the direction of the river Ob or putting up large reflectors into space to heat up Siberia.”

― Jaan Tallinn

“We aren’t into the consumer space because that space is largely dominated by search and advertising, and it has a consumer face to it.”

― Jack Dangermond

“The good thing about ‘Have I Got News For You’ is it’s a compact show but it still gives everyone space to breathe, and everyone always gets a chance to say something if they want to. It’s a very difficult show to dominate, and guests who come on and dominate always fall foul.”

― Jack Dee

“I think my darkest days were probably when I was catering. I would go to these parties and pass out hors d’oeuvres, and it’s like you’re invisible. I remember one catering captain told me that all you are is a tray that comes into their space for a moment and then you leave. It was one of the most depressing things I’ve ever been told.”

― Jack Falahee

“There was a space program before there was integrated circuits.”

― Jack Kilby

“I would rather be a superb meteor, every atom of me in magnificent glow, than a sleepy and permanent planet.”

― Jack London

“Well, I think that Augusta is not the same golf course that I grew up on. Bobby Jones’ philosophy was giving you space off the tee; if you put it in the right side of the fairway, you ended up getting the right angle to the green.”

― Jack Nicklaus

“For a production that suggests a mysterious dreamscape, I have a particular affection for the Vivian Beaumont Theater. It is the largest dramatic space available in New York City in terms of plays, although musicals have been done there very successfully as well.”

― Jack O’Brien

“I feel as though maybe our concept of time and space is very limited. Maybe everything is all happening at once, if you know what I mean.”

― Jack Reynor

“But I don’t think we’ll go there until we go back to the moon and develop a technology base for living and working and transporting ourselves through space.”

― Jack Schmitt

“We have a secret project at Third Man where we want to have the first vinyl record played in outer space. We want to launch a balloon that carries a vinyl record player.”

― Jack White

“I’m not going away. I’ll still be very much involved in the team but not with the same number of hours. I need to move over and allow the people who are really doing the job the space to do so.”

― Jackie Stewart

“The modern artist is working with space and time, and expressing his feelings rather than illustrating.”

― Jackson Pollock

“I want to shoot some indies, some independent features that give me some space to play a little bit.”

― Jacob Zachar

“Memory doesn’t come as a straight narrative. It comes in small moments with all this white space.”

― Jacqueline Woodson

“The civil rights movement was about access to public space. We had to fight for public space.”

― Jacqueline Woodson

“After being boxed in by man and his constructions in Europe and the East, the release into space is exhilarating. The horizon is a huge remote circle, and no hills intervene.”

― Jacques Barzun

“I lived on my own for three years, and I loved having my own space.”

― Jacqui Ainsley

“My music is like my freedom space.”

― Jada Pinkett Smith

“Many cities end up putting off things because they want to understand everything. They don’t understand that innovating is about starting. Taking care of a city is a process that you start, and then give the population space to respond.”

― Jaime Lerner

“When we developed written language, we significantly increased our functional memory and our ability to share insights and knowledge across time and space. The same thing happened with the invention of the printing press, the telegraph, and the radio.”

― Jamais Cascio

“Technologists and futurists call the mashup of digital info and physical space ‘blended reality.’”

― Jamais Cascio

“I began to feel whatever narrow space I had in Saudi Arabia was getting narrower. I thought it would be better to get out and be safe.”

― Jamal Khashoggi

“Amazon deliberately provides cafeteria space for only a third of its employees, which encourages people to venture out of the office.”

― James B. Stewart

“Growing up, when I was at live shows, I was always hoping someone would come out on stage and say, ‘The guitarist is sick and couldn’t make it… does anybody know how to play all the songs?’ That was always my little dream. It was a massively inspiring thing to be in a space with live shows.”

― James Bay

“We live with incessant music, all the time. It’s like some weird musical purgatory, there is absolutely no rest for the ears, no space to absorb and reflect.”

― James Blake

“Space is tight inside a tank: very close confines, and you’re permanently banging. Like in Brad Pitt’s new movie ‘Fury’ – the clanking of metal is all you hear.”

― James Blunt

“It’s very difficult in the technology space when you have been leapfrogged to prosper again.”

― James Chanos

“The number one foreign policy goal of Russia is control of the former Soviet space.”

― James Clapper

“Don’t ever let the other stuff get in the way of your inherent skills as a kick-butt storyteller. Move the reader, make them happy and sad and excited and scared. Make them stare into space after they’ve put the book down, thinking about the tale that’s become a part of them.”

― James Dashner

“This is what rhyme does. In a couplet, the first rhyme is like a question to which the second rhyme is an answer. The first rhyme leaves something in the air, some unanswered business. In most quatrains, space is created between the rhyme that poses the question and the rhyme that gives the answer – it is like a pleasure deferred.”

― James Fenton

“The only reason I’m an actor is that a lady pulled out of a parking space in front of a producer’s office.”

― James Garner

“I wrote a 20-page document, before I was ever hired, on exactly how the visuals of ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ would be approached, how we’d look at creating a new type of space epic. That’s exactly what the movie is today – absolutely everybody has adhered to that original document.”

― James Gunn

“When I got hired to do ‘Guardians,’ it was the dream of a lifetime for me. This is what I’ve been working towards. I’ve always wanted to create a space adventure, and especially a space adventure with a raccoon. Now that I’m finally able to do it, I created exactly the movie I wanted to make.”

― James Gunn

“I’m the luckiest guy in the world. I got to direct a movie involving three of my favorite things in the world: space operas, Marvel superheroes and raccoons.”

― James Gunn

“The Earth reminded us of a Christmas tree ornament hanging in the blackness of space. As we got farther and farther away it diminished in size. Finally it shrank to the size of a marble, the most beautiful marble you can imagine.”

― James Irwin

“The abstract analysis of the world by mathematics and physics rests on the concepts of space and time.”

― James J. Gibson

“Psychology is still trying to explain the perception of the position of an object in space, along with its shape, size, and so on, and to understand the sensations of color.”

― James J. Gibson

“There has been a great gulf in psychological thought between the perception of space and objects on one hand and the perception of meaning on the other.”

― James J. Gibson

“Put three grains of sand inside a vast cathedral, and the cathedral will be more closely packed with sand than space is with stars.”

― James Jeans

“NASA will send up a big sun shade that will be in orbit between the earth and sun and deflect 2 or 3 percent of the sunshine back into space. It would be cheaper than the international space station.”

― James Lovelock

“If it hadn’t been for the Cold War, neither Russia nor America would have been sending people into space.”

― James Lovelock

“We’d never have got a chance to go outside and look at the earth if it hadn’t been for space exploration and NASA.”

― James Lovelock

“I like playing in the later stages of games because there is more space when everybody’s legs are tired.”

― James Maddison

“Technology is supposed to make our lives easier, allowing us to do things more quickly and efficiently. But too often it seems to make things harder, leaving us with fifty-button remote controls, digital cameras with hundreds of mysterious features and book-length manuals, and cars with dashboard systems worthy of the space shuttle.”

― James Surowiecki

“When you write a song, it may come from a personal space, but it very seldom actually represents you. It comes out of a sort of mood of melancholy, somehow. It’s almost theatrical.”

― James Taylor

“I’ve always been interested in arrival, and coming to a space, and even to looking back at where you were.”

― James Turrell

“We have spent billions to go to the moon – we go to this lesser satellite called the moon and say we are in space, but we are in space right now; we just don’t feel ourselves to be in space. Some forms of art and some forms of spirituality do give us that sense.”

― James Turrell

“Generally, we use light to illuminate other things. I like the thingness, the materiality of light itself. So it feels like it’s occupying the space, making a plane, being something that was there, not just passing through. Because light is just passing through. I make these spaces that seem to arrest it for our perception.”

― James Turrell

“I am involved in the architecture of space.”

― James Turrell

“My desire is to bring astronomical events and objects down into your personal, lived-in space.”

― James Turrell

“If I have to point to something specific with the way I move my camera, I love to do it with a wide lens. I like to show you as much of the space as I can, even if I’m following a character.”

― James Wan

“If I hadn’t been inside of Biosphere 2 and really lived a biological life-support system, I definitely would not be involved in life-support systems for space.”

― Jane Poynter

“I believe that public space should be intentional: it should be obvious that you belong.”

― Janet Echelman

“Food has always brought me comfort and the bingeing is triggered when I’m in a space that is not positive.”

― Janet Jackson

“I have become a marketing tool and I feel very uncomfortable with that. There’s no space for me to express myself.”

― Janet McTeer

“When I feel that burden of representation in public spaces, it helps to recognize that it’s a duty – a job, really. As with any job that you want to do well, you have to ensure that first and foremost you are energized and in the right head space to take on that task.”

― Janet Mock

“We need space to discuss unspoken, uncomfortable dark truths.”

― Janet Mock

“We have never observed infinity in nature. Whenever you have infinities in a theory, that’s where the theory fails as a description of nature. And if space was born in the Big Bang, yet is infinite now, we are forced to believe that it’s instantaneously, infinitely big. It seems absurd.”

― Janna Levin

“I’d like to convince you that the universe has a soundtrack and that soundtrack is played on space itself, because space can wobble like a drum.”

― Janna Levin

“Lest those islands still seem to you too remote in space and time to be relevant to our modern societies, just think about the risks… of our increasing globalization and increasing worldwide economic interdependence.”

― Jared Diamond

“I didn’t really watch ‘Beavis & Butt-head’ that much or ‘King of the Hill,’ but I was a huge ‘Office Space’ fan.”

― Jason Bateman

“One of the things is that you need to space out scary movies.”

― Jason Blum

“I find podcasting an enticing space.”

― Jason Calacanis

“As crazy as it may sound, it’s like my tranquil place, where I sit, and I have my candy for a minute, and I just space out, and it’s just me and my candy.”

― Jason Mitchell

“If you hear Thelonious Monk play a run that goes from the top of the piano, OK, he has opened up the Grand Canyon with that. He’s the river that’s carved this entire space that we call the Grand Canyon. He does that with one run. He lets you know, like, what the possibility of the sound of the piano can do.”

― Jason Moran

“When all of us are acknowledged as the human equals that we really are, there will be no space left for bullying. It will no longer be wrong to choose one thing over another.”

― Jason Mraz

“Equality and separation cannot exist in the same space.”

― Jason Mraz

“I’ve played Madison Square Garden and Jones Beach several times, but I personally don’t enjoy those larger venues. I much prefer theater or a performance space.”

― Jason Mraz

“Most of the power of painting comes through the manipulation of space… but I don’t understand that.”

― Jasper Johns

“One likes to think that one anticipates changes in the spaces we inhabit, and our ideas about space.”

― Jasper Johns

“Clearly, many branches of science need an exquisite precision of timekeeping and the infinitesimal decimals of calibration, so space launches, for example, are not scheduled for leap-second dates. But society as a whole neither needs that obsessive time measurement nor is well served by it.”

― Jay Griffiths

“Television programming is the number one topic on Twitter, and dozens of start-ups in the social space are linking second-screen experiences. People no longer need to sit on the same couch to enjoy a show together.”

― Jay Samit

“Deep down, the US, with its space, its technological refinement, its bluff good conscience, even in those spaces which it opens up for simulation, is the only remaining primitive society.”

― Jean Baudrillard

“A golf course is the epitome of all that is purely transitory in the universe; a space not to dwell in, but to get over as quickly as possible.”

― Jean Giraudoux

“Science Fiction is not just about the future of space ships travelling to other planets, it is fiction based on science and I am using science as my basis for my fiction, but it’s the science of prehistory – palaeontology and archaeology – rather than astronomy or physics.”

― Jean M. Auel

“I love actors, and I love projects that give them space and room, and I aim for these projects where the characters are that important.”

― Jean-Marc Vallee

“Back in the Seventies, we had a romantic, poetic vision of the future, like it was in the movie ‘2001: A Space Odyssey.’ It felt as if everything was still ahead of us.”

― Jean-Michel Jarre

“From this time on, the universe is built up into an aggregate of permanent objects connected by causal relations that are independent of the subject and are placed in objective space and time.”

― Jean Piaget

“Who among us has never looked up into the heavens on a starlit night, lost in wonder at the vastness of space and the beauty of the stars?”

― Jeb Bush

“Great industries are never made from single companies. There is room in space for a lot of winners.”

― Jeff Bezos

“One of the things that I’m very excited about with New Shepard, which is our suborbital tourism vehicle, is using that to get a lot of practice. One of the equilibria that we’re at today with space launch is that we don’t get to practice enough.”

― Jeff Bezos

“Two kids in their dorm room can’t start anything important in space today. That’s why I want to take the assets I have from Amazon and translate that into the heavy-lifting infrastructure that will allow the next generation to have dynamic entrepreneurialism in space, to build that transportation network.”

― Jeff Bezos

“You cannot make a giant space company in your dorm room. Not today. And the reason is that the heavy lifting infrastructure isn’t in place.”

― Jeff Bezos

“When it comes to space, I see it as my job, I’m building infrastructure the hard way. I’m using my resources to put in place heavy lifting infrastructure so the next generation of people can have a dynamic, entrepreneurial explosion into space.”

― Jeff Bezos

“I have won this lottery. It’s a gigantic lottery, and it’s called And I’m using my lottery winnings to push us a little further into space.”

― Jeff Bezos

“The vision is to figure out how there can really be dynamic entrepreneurialism in space.”

― Jeff Bezos

“That sacred space of conscience where you can exercise your rights in terms of religious freedom and deeply-held, reasonable beliefs is the core of human dignity. In fact, that’s the basis for civilization itself. And when you lose that fundamental principle… you have no basis on which to build.”

― Jeff Fortenberry

“Even in making objects, as soon as you start to get the feeling that some form of craft is coming into place, you realize that everything is wrong. Because craft is really just a fetish. It is wasted energy. It’s about the object, some space which has nothing to do with the human.”

― Jeff Koons

“A lot of cinematic influences on ‘Descender’ – Kubrick for sure. ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ is my favorite movie. It has been since I was 12. I just love that film.”

― Jeff Lemire

“I would go to bed every night and have dreams about having a time machine and somehow I’d have the ability to move through time and space freely, and save Anne Frank.”

― Jeff Mangum

“I think that there are three incredible brands in the news and information space. I think ESPN owns sports; I think the Weather Channel owns weather, and I want CNN to own news and information in the global digital video space.”

― Jeff Zucker

“It’s such a rare and rewarding thing to be in control of space and time for two hours a night, to go through a journey and take the audience along. There’s nothing quite like it.”

― Jefferson Mays

“The more queer characters I play over my years of working as an actor, and the more I see other young artists stepping up with the same intention I have, to make space for the voices of a generation of people who may not fit the status-quo, the more it inspires me to keep going.”

― Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman

“I keep up with James Kochalka’s online strip, and if I see a link somewhere or someone tells me about something, I’ll look at it, but I don’t usually keep up with any sites other than the ‘American Elf.’ I always have this feeling that there’s not enough space in the screen, like everything’s always getting cut off.”

― Jeffrey Brown

“With all the weird surroundings of outer space the basic underlying theme of the show is a philosophical approach to man’s relationship to woman. There are both sexes in the crew, in fact, the first officer is a woman.”

― Jeffrey Hunter

“It was the ’50s, and the card catalog and the Dewey Decimal System were in fashion. I hung out in the 812 section – American theater and plays. This is where I first read Arthur Miller’s ‘Death of a Salesman’ and was transfixed. I remember staring into space for what seemed an eternity after reading Linda Loman’s final speech.”

― Jeffrey Tambor

“One of the first things I do when I step onto a set is I scan the set and try to take in every detail, because what I’m trying to find are tools that I can use to incorporate myself into the space and tools that I can use to make the performance authentic and to build on the authenticity of that.”

― Jeffrey Wright

“I used to say that ‘happy’ was like ‘lucky,’ kind of imaginary. But now that I’m married and have children, I find that happiness is a real space.”

― Jeffrey Wright

“With consumers buying two smartphones for every desktop computer they purchase, the demands, challenges and opportunities of the mobile space are reshaping our assumptions about design and user behaviour.”

― Jeffrey Zeldman

“Get practiced at taking deep breaths before you speak. This will give you the space to stop, notice what was about to come out of your mouth, and course correct if needed.”

― Jen Sincero

“I am always floating around trying to tend to everyone and be free while at the same time enjoying some space.”

― Jenna Morasca

“Over the years, I’ve come to realize that sometimes a ghost isn’t always a ghost. Sometimes, telling a ghost story is a way to talk about something else present in the air, taking up space beside you. It can also be a manifestation of intuition, or something you’ve known in your bones but haven’t yet been able to accept.”

― Jenna Wortham

“We may have a tacit understanding of how our solar system works, but watching the sun disappear behind the moon reminds us of the vastness of space and the enduring mysteries of the universe we inhabit.”

― Jenna Wortham

“Making space to deal with the psychological toll of racism is absolutely necessary.”

― Jenna Wortham

“It doesn’t seem as if there’s that much of a difference between a big production and a little production, other than you have a smaller space in which to get dressed and you have a shorter waiting time.”

― Jennifer Beals

“I will tell you what I can’t abide – and I think the Internet has really created a space for it – women criticizing other women and mothers criticizing other mothers.”

― Jennifer Garner

“When someone lives as a minority, they experience the world differently than those of us who live in the majority. We may occupy the same physical space, but we don’t occupy the same psychic space.”

― Jennifer Granholm

“Puffy produced four of the tracks on the album. Those are the four songs that are collaborations between Puffy and me. And he gives me my space to work even when we work together, like with my producer and my vocal coach.”

― Jennifer Lopez

“I want a space for people to feel safe and be creative. Actors want it, too. They want to feel like they’re listened to, and they’re safe to experiment.”

― Jennifer Yuh Nelson

“From its very inception, Lenny Letter set out to create a supportive, positive, inclusive space on the Internet that does not shy away from complexity and nuance.”

― Jenny Zhang

“The blockchain is to money what SMTP is to email. It’s an open way to move value around. Every existing player in this space – not just Venmo but also Google and Facebook and others – are all closed; they all want to work just within their own walled garden.”

― Jeremy Allaire

“Column writing is like gas – it fills the available space.”

― Jeremy Clarkson

“The Zocalo is a magnificent space, at least four times the size of Trafalagar Square, with the National Palace on one side, the huge cathedral on the other, and in one corner part of the old Aztec City so brutally destroyed by Hernan Cortez and the Conquistadores.”

― Jeremy Corbyn

“I suppose there wasn’t a well-worn path into the British space programme because we didn’t really have a space programme. Dad was one of the pioneers of it.”

― Jeremy Hardy

“When I’ve pictured what Heaven would be like, I’ve always imagined myself free to explore the outer reaches of space.”

― Jeremy Robinson

“I get to pretend I’m flying into space, and hang out with my friends. That’s what I do for a living.”

― Jeri Ryan

“It might be arrogant to think that we’re the only living creations in all of the solar systems that there are. Space is so vast.”

― Jeri Ryan

“I was the black kid in school who’d skate and wrestle, who was really into outer space and botany and kung fu and hip-hop. I was into everything.”

― Jermaine Fowler

“When museums are built these days, architects, directors, and trustees seem most concerned about social space: places to have parties, eat dinner, wine-and-dine donors. Sure, these are important these days – museums have to bring in money – but they gobble up space and push the art itself far away from the entrance.”

― Jerry Saltz

“Few contemporary artists mined the space between the ordinary and the strange better than Orozco did.”

― Jerry Saltz

“Galleries needn’t be exactly like White Columns purely because times are bad again. But the idea of this special space could – should – help shape what comes next.”

― Jerry Saltz

“Me being a shy kid, very closed off, showing vulnerability in a character was sort of a safe space on stage. It’s always been in my toolbox, there for me when I need it.”

― Jesse Tyler Ferguson

“I’m kind of in a middle space, being marketed as a biracial actor. Roles are written either stereotypically black, or they’re written ‘normal,’ which is just code for white.”

― Jesse Williams

“My drawing, like that of most cartoonists, is intended first of all to be functional: to create believable space and communicate information. My strongest point in drawing has always been my ability to show characters’ nonverbal communication through facial expression and posture.”

― Jessica Abel

“There is no public space for women; the whole world is a prison where you have to be constantly aware at all times that you’re a potential victim. What’s more terrifying is that it’s not necessarily preventative.”

― Jessica Valenti

“I love London, but I miss air; I miss space. My dream is to find a mountain where I can live.”

― Jessie Buckley

“It’s so astounding the amount of sacrifice the astronauts have to go through to do what they do and all the science involved in space exploration.”

― Jihae

“I am a space geek now.”

― Jihae

“I don’t actually keep the dresses I’ve worn during other friends’ weddings. Closets are small in New York City – I can’t be squandering space on bridesmaid dresses.”

― Jill Davis

“We’ve got to make sure we have players that can break teams down because there’s no space in behind; we need to problem-solve in a different way.”

― Jill Ellis

“At East Side Jews, we can take a risk because it isn’t all about the rules. I started it to create a space for all those people who wouldn’t go to temple because they were scared of getting the rules wrong.”

― Jill Soloway

“Earlier generations of stars in the galaxy could well have had planets. But really, there was only hydrogen and helium to work with, so they’d all be gas giants and not small, rocky planets.”

― Jill Tarter

“The thing about places like Trinidad and Jamaica is that they can be very musically insular. There isn’t much space for kids making hip-hop, electronic music, or hybrid genres.”

― Jillionaire

“I continue to see good growth in the mobile space; I expect to see PCs being the core driver in the home. And I mean that for entertainment along with the work-at-home space.”

― Jim Allchin

“’Life’s That Way’ was an extraordinarily difficult book to write, because it wasn’t written as a book. It was written as a journal of events that were happening as I wrote it, without the space or time either to digest or analyze those events and without the hindsight and peace that writing in the aftermath would have provided.”

― Jim Beaver

“We started Vector with the goal of creating a development platform that would foster and bolster the micro space innovations currently underway and bring the promise of space-based technologies to a much larger pool of entrepreneurs who don’t need to be space experts.”

― Jim Cantrell

“We all have our levels of risk tolerance. People who have decided they want to go to space are going to go.”

― Jim Cantrell

“Getting to space for satellites is tough. Getting to space with humans aboard is even tougher.”

― Jim Cantrell

“Micro satellites, about the size of a loaf of bread, are going to be going into space more and more.”

― Jim Cantrell

“Inside, Penlee House is without pretension. It is a space that knows its limitations and its strengths – and makes the most of them.”

― Jim Crace

“The most powerful argument of all for saving open space is economics; in most states, tourism is the number two industry.”

― Jim Fowler

“I think it comes from really liking literary forms. Poetry is very beautiful, but the space on the page can be as affecting as where the text is. Like when Miles Davis doesn’t play, it has a poignancy to it.”

― Jim Jarmusch

“The video game market is huge, and the ability to tell stories, and tell different kinds of stories in the gaming space is quickly evolving and changing for the better.”

― Jim Lee

“The first time I drew a Superman story was ‘For Tomorrow’ with Brian Azzarello in 2004. It didn’t really hit me how important it was until I drew a scene early-on in the book that featured Superman crossing paths with a giant, intergalactic space armada.”

― Jim Lee

“If you’re going to go into space, you have to have an objective, a mission. Where do you want to go? Earth orbit? The moon? Mars? What’s the technology to get there? You develop the technology for the mission.”

― Jim Lovell

“Houston, we’ve had a problem.”

― Jim Lovell

“The fascination to go into space has existed for hundreds of years. But as we do things and they’re successful, people get bored.”

― Jim Lovell

“The businessman gets his name on a door. The star gets his name in lights. They both get their names on a parking space.”

― Jim Nabors

“My acting has always been in the world of comedy, but in my writing, other than writing sketches, I really am drawn to the balance between comedy and drama. I like things that sort of toe that line of one minute you’re in this emotional space and then all of the sudden something happens.”

― Jim Rash

“When I was a kid, there was this neighborhood beer and wine store that sold old comics for a nickel a piece. I’d load up on old books whenever we went on vacation. Yeah, I have a lot of fond memories of riding in the back of the ol’ station wagon and reading ‘Mystery in Space’ and ‘Strange Adventures’ as we headed up to Torch Lake.”

― Jim Starlin

“As Americans, we’re raised with this idea of, ‘We’re number one.’ As an individual, you absorb and you consume until you skyrocket to the top with your money and your whatever. That’s not my philosophy. My philosophy is quite the opposite in that there’s limited space, we have limited resources, and so it’s not about the individual.”

― Jimmi Simpson

“I used to think anyone with abandonment issues was a waste of space. But you do need to get help. Blokes don’t talk about those things. It’s a taboo in the bloke world.”

― Jimmy Barnes

“Minnesota is legit. There’s so much space to run, like back home in Texas.”

― Jimmy Butler

“I’ve hidden behind the camera my whole life because I much, much, much prefer shooting. Being behind the camera is my safe space, and it’s my creative space, too.”

― Jimmy Chin

“I’ve always been interested in working with top athletes, athletes who are pushing the edge and are really progressive in the outdoor space and adventure world.”

― Jimmy Chin

“Regular panelists on shows can be terrifying. They own that space, and many guest comics suspect they are favoured in the edit, while their own hilarious jokes end up being ejected into the ether.”

― Jo Brand

“NASA space scientists have been studying giraffe skin so they can apply what they learn from it to the construction of spacesuits.”

― Joanna Lumley

“I’m really such a bumbler! Writing fiction is like arranging furniture in a dark room. I can’t see what I’m doing. I grope for the right words. I bump against the wrong words and stumble and stub my toe and curse and keep trying to guess what belongs in the space.”

― Joanna Scott

“That is one of the things that has come out of the discovery of pulsars – more knowledge about the space between the stars.”

― Jocelyn Bell Burnell

“Radio astronomers are aware in the back of their minds that if there are other civilizations out there in space, it might be the radio astronomers who first pick up the signal.”

― Jocelyn Bell Burnell

“What we’re doing with Airbnb feels like the nexus of everything that is right. We’re helping people be more resourceful with the space they already have, and we’re connecting people around the world.”

― Joe Gebbia

“Every apartment I’ve ever lived in has had a space to make, create, and get stuff done within eyesight of my bed.”

― Joe Gebbia

“I grew up down in Florida, and in the Keys, there’s this place called Sea Camp which was not unlike Space Camp, except you explored the sea. And so that kind of whetted my appetite for that. But then I ended up swimming in a lagoon full of Cassiopeia jellyfish, and that quickly quashed that desire to be a marine biologist.”

― Joe Lo Truglio

“We feel a lot of the future of storytelling is going to be in the VR space.”

― Joe Russo

“The feature space is a spectacle space. It’s about getting people out of their houses to go to theater when we all have a lot of things in our home now that occupy our attention.”

― Joe Russo

“Television news was expanding to an hour, and producers did not know how to fill the space and time.”

― Joel Siegel

“I like to have space between the notes. I like to use silence.”

― Johann Johannsson

“Silence can be very effective, and it gives the music space to breathe.”

― Johann Johannsson

“Sometimes you write music to a script or while a film is being edited. Sometimes I write without seeing any images, but that’s rare. The approach is often based on practical decisions, but I’m interested in the narrative and physical space that music can occupy in a film or play.”

― Johann Johannsson

“Planets move in ellipses with the Sun at one focus.”

― Johannes Kepler

“We shall probably never attain the power of measuring the velocity of nervous action; for we have not the opportunity of comparing its propagation through immense space, as we have in the case of light.”

― Johannes P. Muller

“People are transported to that space that Poe wanted to make available to us.”

― John Astin

“Drones ply the liminal space between the physical and the digital – pilots fly them, but aren’t in them. They are versatile and fascinating objects – the things they can do range from the mundane (aerial photography) to the spectacular – killing people, for example.”

― John Battelle

“A cigarette is a breathing space. It makes a parenthesis. The time of a cigarette is a parenthesis, and if it is shared, you are both in that parenthesis. It’s like a proscenium arch for a dialogue.”

― John Berger

“I have never understood why so many gardeners favour straight lines and narrow, regulated borders; perhaps they think wildness could work only in a larger space.”

― John Burnside

“The Infinite cannot be measured. The plan of Nature is so immense, but she has no plan, no scheme, but to go on and on forever. What is size, what is time, distance, to the Infinite? Nothing. The Infinite knows no time, no space, no great, no small, no beginning, no end.”

― John Burroughs

“There is no such thing as an empty space or an empty time. There is always something to see, something to hear. In fact, try as we may to make a silence, we cannot.”

― John Cage

“The great games are the space sims and driving sims and these experiences where you’re basically sitting at a table with nothing happening in front of you. A lot of interesting things are evolving there. There are great games that can be made.”

― John Carmack

“I start from one point and go as far as possible. But, unfortunately, I never lose my way. I ‘localize,’ which is to say that I think always in a given space. I rarely think of the whole of a solo, and only very briefly. I always return to the small part of the solo that I was in the process of playing.”

― John Coltrane

“You get this really cool groove when you’re playing just piano, bass, and drums where everyone’s sort of feeling each other’s space, which is the only way to put it, but it really is true, and everyone’s sort of sitting in their own pocket. It’s kind of jazz-like.”

― John Darnielle

“When we started with ‘Big Brother’ and created the reality genre, no one could ever foresee that there was so much space in the genre that it could deliver so many formats. There will be periods where there is not enough new stuff to keep the genre alive. But it will never die.”

― John de Mol, Jr.

“As the scene of life would be more the cold emptiness of space than the warm, dense atmosphere of planets, the advantage of containing no organic material at all, so as to be independent of both these conditions, would be increasingly felt.”

― John Desmond Bernal

“But let them sleep, Lord, and me mourn a space.”

― John Donne

“The most amazing thing to me about the sea is the tide. A harbour like St. Ives is totally transformed in a very short space of time by the arrival or departure of the sea.”

― John Dyer

“I think I was kind of melancholy as a kid. I spent a lot of time inside my own head, a lot of time sort of staring into space wondering the hell was going on.”

― John Edgar Wideman

“I am sorry to say that there is too much point to the wisecrack that life is extinct on other planets because their scientists were more advanced than ours.”

― John F. Kennedy

“America has tossed its cap over the wall of space.”

― John F. Kennedy

“As far as entertainment, ‘The Right Stuff’ is a good movie. As far as a documentary of the early space days, which they purported it to be, it is not at all.”

― John Glenn

“I don’t know what you could say about a day in which you have seen four beautiful sunsets.”

― John Glenn

“The space station is the most unique laboratory we’ve ever built. The reason we have it is to do research on materials, people, medical matters, pharmaceuticals – the possibilities are nearly endless.”

― John Glenn

“I can’t say I’ve ever had a dream about space or that I ponder it all the time.”

― John Glenn

“We’re not up there in space just to joyride around. We’re up there to do things that are of value to everybody right here on Earth.”

― John Glenn

“An end of something means the beginning of something else, and I don’t think that something else is going to be the death of the manned space program.”

― John Glenn

“The time will come when we permit more people in space.”

― John Glenn

“The best space movie in my view is ‘Apollo 13.’ That’s just the way it happened.”

― John Glenn

“If you go to the Air and Space Museum in Washington, you can see the burn patterns on Friendship 7.”

― John Glenn

“In the old days, the Soviets were using space as a selling point for communism.”

― John Glenn

“Just to continue a space program because it’s a space program? No, I don’t think we have an obligation for that.”

― John Glenn

“We had 83 different space research projects on my last space flight in ’98, and they covered the whole gamut.”

― John Glenn

“The conquest of space is not merely a technological project of interest to a handful of select scientists and specialists, valuable though that research and information may be.”

― John Glenn

“The ballet makes us look at those bodies, it makes us listen to that music, it makes us wonder at the geometry, of the way they come together. The way that extraordinary space is controlled and given such emotional force.”

― John Guare

“The last time I played video games was ‘Space Invaders.’”

― John Hillcoat

“Comics have a problem, and that is continuity – the obsession with placing the characters in an existing world, where every event is marked in canon. You’re supposed to believe that these weepy star boys of now are the same gung-ho super teens fighting space monsters in the ’60s, and they’ve only aged perhaps five years.”

― John Hodgman

“Geological age plays the same part in our views of the duration of the universe as the Earth’s orbital radius does in our views of the immensity of space.”

― John Joly

“We’re going to be focusing our science on things that will take us farther and longer into space. For many of those experiments, the crew members are human guinea pigs, which is fine; that’s part of my job. I don’t mind being a human guinea pig.”

― John L. Phillips

“There weren’t any astronauts until I was about 10. Yuri Gagarin went into space right around my 10th birthday.”

― John L. Phillips

“I think it’s going to be a very important, unique data set in terms of measuring the behavior of your lower body in space and trying to figure out what we can do to preserve bone and muscle density.”

― John L. Phillips

“The Space Shuttle will stop directly below the Space Station and Sergei and I will be looking out two different windows looking straight down at the Space Shuttle.”

― John L. Phillips

“Since the Columbia accident, the Russian space agency, or the Russian space program, has been literally carrying the load bringing us all the supplies we need on the Progress vehicle, smaller amounts on the Soyuz vehicles.”

― John L. Phillips

“Money is like poetry because both involve learning to communicate in a compressed language that packs a lot of meaning and consequence into the minimum semantic space.”

― John Lanchester

“The cynical part of the answer is that I expect to see a good deal more space opera, set far enough in the future as to be disconnected from contemporary issues.”

― John M. Ford

“There is no stronger case for the motivational power of real science than the discoveries that come from the Hubble Space Telescope as it unravels the mysteries of the universe.”

― John M. Grunsfeld

“Science at NASA is all about exploring the endless frontier of the Earth and space.”

― John M. Grunsfeld

“The team at the Space Telescope Science Institute has a demonstrated record of meeting the high-performance challenges of operating the Hubble Space Telescope and preparing for the James Webb Space Telescope.”

― John M. Grunsfeld

“Here we were, the only seven humans in space, repairing a telescope whose only purpose is to enrich the minds of people on planet Earth and increase our understanding of the workings of the universe. I can think of no better peaceful use of space for all humankind.”

― John M. Grunsfeld

“I believe that the future of humans, and the future of Earth, depends on space exploration. That’s not a French problem, or a problem for Alabama: it’s a planet-wide problem. International cooperation is crucial.”

― John M. Grunsfeld

“The only reason Hubble works is because we have a space shuttle.”

― John M. Grunsfeld

“The biggest honor is to be an astronaut. It’s such a tremendous privilege to be able to represent humankind in our quest to explore space.”

― John M. Grunsfeld

“As a young boy growing up on the South Side of Chicago, I was inspired by the nascent space age.”

― John M. Grunsfeld

“All space exploration is risky. As an astronaut, I had to decide each and every time I went to space whether or not to risk my life for the mission.”

― John M. Grunsfeld

“One of the things that happens in space is that there is a fluid shift. You get a lot of extra pressure, and it fills your sinuses, and the horseradish is a miracle worker for cleaning that out.”

― John M. Grunsfeld

“The first thing to know about space food – it is the ambiance; it is the environment. It is not the food.”

― John M. Grunsfeld

“I was not really scared on my spacewalks. We practice so much and need to stay so focused that it has a calming effect on me. I do a kind of visualization and meditation in the airlock prior to going outside, to guide my first activities once I get out in space.”

― John M. Grunsfeld

“I can’t imagine anywhere I’d rather be than outside the space shuttle in my space suit next to the Hubble Space Telescope.”

― John M. Grunsfeld

“The James Webb Space Telescope was specifically designed to see the first stars and galaxies that were formed in the universe.”

― John M. Grunsfeld

“Absolutely the most fun thing to do in space and rewarding thing, in many ways, is to look back at planet Earth.”

― John M. Grunsfeld

“If I could live in space, I would definitely do that.”

― John M. Grunsfeld

“It’s pretty amazing to me that we have had a space shuttle program that’s lasted for 30 years – for one space shuttle. That’s quite an achievement.”

― John M. Grunsfeld

“The strangest thing I’ve found is that when I got to space, I felt more comfortable in space that I’ve ever been on Earth before. I just felt this is my home.”

― John M. Grunsfeld

“The Hubble Space Telescope is more than remarkable. It has answered just so many of those fundamental questions that people have been asking about the cosmos since people were able to ask questions.”

― John M. Grunsfeld

“I think that space exploration as a broad activity is the most important things that humans can do. I’ve always found it fascinating, interesting, compelling, and I have a drive to go out into space.”

― John M. Grunsfeld

“Are we alone? Many, many people on planet Earth want to know. We are on the cusp of being able to answer that question… because of the investments we’re making in space technology.”

― John M. Grunsfeld

“The most striking thing to me about human space flight and my own personal experience is that I’ve seen dramatic changes on Earth. We humans are rapidly changing the planet. I’ve watched Amazonia as the rainforest has been cut down. That’s something I’ve seen out the window. I’m very worried about that.”

― John M. Grunsfeld

“I kind of feel like I found my cause in life servicing the Hubble Space Telescope.”

― John M. Grunsfeld

“The James Webb Space Telescope was specifically designed to see the first stars and galaxies that were formed in the universe. So we’re gonna see the snapshot of when stars started. When galaxies started. The very first moments of the universe. And my bet? There’s gonna be some big surprises.”

― John M. Grunsfeld

“The Hubble Space Telescope, which was designed for extreme servicing, you know, we can fix everything. And the James Webb Space Telescope, where we can fix nothing. It has to work the first time. And it’s a very complicated telescope.”

― John M. Grunsfeld

“The stars, that nature hung in heaven, and filled their lamps with everlasting oil, give due light to the misled and lonely traveller.”

― John Milton

“Trees go wandering forth in all directions with every wind, going and coming like ourselves, traveling with us around the sun two million miles a day, and through space heaven knows how fast and far!”

― John Muir

“Ease of navigation is important in both physical and virtual space.”

― John Quelch

“Freedom – an occupied space which must be reoccupied every day.”

― John Ralston Saul

“I like to create a simple space and surround myself with things that I like to look at.”

― John Rocha

“Reddit is not a public utility or a public square; it’s a privately owned space on the Internet.”

― John Scalzi

“I grew up in a two-bedroom house with my grandfather, my mom and dad and four kids. I slept on the couch or on the floor, and I always wanted to have my own space.”

― John Searles

“Many a trip continues long after movement in time and space have ceased.”

― John Steinbeck

“The strong evidence is that we’re running out of space. We’re collectively affecting the world’s climate. This is due to the still-growing human population and our increase in consumption.”

― John Sulston

“President Obama has outsourced a major portion of the U.S. space program to the Russians. That’s national policy. Taxpayer money. So let’s stop playing games with this outsourcing distortion and talk about the fact that when we need is a president that knows how to manage big enterprise and create jobs.”

― John Sununu

“Where film can eat up story, theatre needs space and breath.”

― John Tiffany

“No space should be safe from theatre.”

― John Tiffany

“I know Australians are no strangers to pubs, but in the U.K., the pub is a real meeting place because the houses can be quite small, so the pub is an extension of the living space.”

― John Tiffany

“What art offers is space – a certain breathing room for the spirit.”

― John Updike

“New York is a city with virtually no habitable public space – only private spaces expensively maintained within the general disaster.”

― John Updike

“We think the managed security services opportunity is enormous and so we have been an active participant and probably the largest firm in this space outside of an IBM or EDS, which does large outsourcing contracts.”

― John W. Thompson

“There has been no appreciable improvement in our country’s ability to produce the kind of talent we need in this space. There have been some small initiatives around the country that have been noteworthy.”

― John W. Thompson

“When your voice contradicts reality and truth, the only way to create space for it is to discredit reality and truth.”

― John Yarmuth

“You really have to play with the space in a riff so it can be allowed to breathe.”

― Johnny Christ

“What’s quite nice about this whole folk movement is that it’s born out of genuine friendship. And nobody’s infringing on anybody’s space.”

― Johnny Flynn

“I firmly believe in what Stephen Hawking says – that if we don’t get off this planet, we’re going to go berserk. We have to have more space.”

― Jolene Blalock

“You can’t ignore mobile. We are doing a lot of stuff in the game space, mostly nonconsole stuff, and those are primarily mobile/pad games.”

― Jon Feltheimer

“If we descended from space aliens, that’s just as viable as Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, as far as I’m concerned.”

― Jon Gries

“Antarctica has this mythic weight. It resides in the collective unconscious of so many people, and it makes this huge impact, just like outer space. It’s like going to the moon.”

― Jon Krakauer

“They’re the last human beings susceptible to human shame. Politicians are the only people left for whom, occasionally, shame hurts them. Everyone else, we’ve sort of done away with it as a concept, and we’re hurtling through space like animals, basically.”

― Jon Lovett

“I wanted a CFO with public company experience; I needed an HR department, new office space, and a board which could help me grow the business. Insight, the private equity firm I chose, helped me with all that.”

― Jon Oringer

“If you’re in charge of managing domain name space you should treat everybody who asks for a registration the same. Whatever that is – whether it’s nice or ugly or whatever – just be fair, treat them all the same.”

― Jon Postel

“I also administer the Internet Assigned Names Authority, which is the central coordinator for the Internet address space, domain names and Internet protocol conventions essential to the use and operation of the Internet.”

― Jon Postel

“There was a kind of infiniteness to fiction that I found sort of… disconcerting. I remember having these really panicky thoughts, like, ‘I can make this person say anything. I could make him do anything! I could put a jetpack onto his back and shoot him into space!’ I don’t like this feeling of having no rules.”

― Jon Ronson

“I usually write in my underwear, with a space heater running full blast, and three dogs sleeping at me feet.”

― Jonathan Evison

“My earliest memories are making little Super 8 films – or watching my brother make stop-motion space spectaculars.”

― Jonathan Nolan

“Religious ritual is a way of structuring time so that we, not employers, the market or the media, are in control. Life needs its pauses, its chapter breaks, if the soul is to have space to breathe.”

― Jonathan Sacks

“Cyberspace can’t compensate for real space. We benefit from chatting to people face to face.”

― Jonathan Sacks

“Again and again we are confronted with the reality – some might say the problem – of sharing our space with other living things, be they dogs, trees, fish or penguins.”

― Jonathan Safran Foer

“Drew definitely has great design taste. He knows what looks good in a space, and he knows how to put together a design.”

― Jonathan Scott

“Slow and steady is the way we built our brand, and I think that’s why it’s one of the leading home space brands.”

― Jonathan Scott

“I’ve only ever seen a couple tiny home spaces that are actually a clever use of space.”

― Jonathan Scott

“At the very least we should be given a bit of credit and a little bit of space, and maybe the media should think we could help them discover why English teams do not win European competitions.”

― Jose Mourinho

“The novel is not so much a literary genre, but a literary space, like a sea that is filled by many rivers.”

― Jose Saramago

“I think the novel is not so much a literary genre, but a literary space, like a sea that is filled by many rivers. The novel receives streams of science, philosophy, poetry and contains all of these; it’s not simply telling a story.”

― Jose Saramago

“Prison is essentially a shortage of space made up for by a surplus of time; to an inmate, both are palpable.”

― Joseph Brodsky

“On the whole, books are indeed less finite than ourselves. Even the worst among them outlast their authors – mainly because they occupy a smaller amount of physical space than those who penned them. Often they sit on the shelves absorbing dust long after the writer himself has turned into a handful of dust.”

― Joseph Brodsky

“Your sacred space is where you can find yourself again and again.”

― Joseph Campbell

“A word carries far, very far, deals destruction through time as the bullets go flying through space.”

― Joseph Conrad

“I mean, movies in general tend to sort of portray time, space and identity as these very solid things. Time moves forward. Space is what it is. You are you, and you’re always you.”

― Joseph Gordon-Levitt

“Well, by the end of the millennium, five, six months from now, we hope to somehow manage to move into a new location where we have the whole building, so we can devote space to all our activities.”

― Joseph Jarman

“Space is to place as eternity is to time.”

― Joseph Joubert

“Space is the stature of God.”

― Joseph Joubert

“I’ve been to Vector Arena, and I’ve seen it. I’ve stood in the middle and just appreciated the space, appreciated the volume of the place.”

― Joseph Parker

“I grew up like Huck Finn, always outdoors, exploring, collecting frogs – there was space everywhere. I want my kids to experience that too. I love being outside.”

― Josh Duhamel

“You live in a bubble, generally, when you’re touring and recording – you’re in confined – in alone space, wherever you are, in the dressing room or in the studio – so sometimes it’s hard to grasp that bigger picture of things that are going on.”

― Josh Groban

“Dot Hacker, to me, sounds like a collection of all my tastes. I hear four people trying to fill up as much space as they can.”

― Josh Klinghoffer

“I wrote my first book in fifth grade. It was about a dog that goes to outer space and is an ambassador for Earth.”

― Josh Malerman

“We don’t have a lot of space in our imaginations to allow people to expand what they do.”

― Josh Radnor

“The Internet is a contest between people with the same name to be the person who dominates that online space.”

― Joshua Cohen

“Films can’t change the society; they can simply open the space for the discussion which can lead to social change and can start new forms of social activism.”

― Joshua Oppenheimer

“To put it crudely, ‘The Act of Killing’ would blast open the space for the more delicate film, ‘The Look of Silence,’ to do its work.”

― Joshua Oppenheimer

“Filecoin is a decentralized storage market – think of it like Airbnb for cloud storage – where anybody with extra hard drive space can sell it on the network.”

― Juan Benet

“The people we want in our news prime-time space now are strongly opinionated people who I think, for the most part, attract audiences of like-minded people, who want to know ‘what’s our side thinking right now?’”

― Juan Williams

“I think what’s important is to give space to the range of human experience.”

― Judy Chicago

“Nowadays, people send rockets into space, and I think it does make you question if there’s a God. They can make babies in a dish now! Everything we’re seeing goes against what people always believed in.”

― Judy Parfitt

“An optimist is a driver who thinks that empty space at the curb won’t have a hydrant beside it.”

― Jules Renard

“The point is the ‘me’ that you see before you is not the ‘me’ in my private little space, shape-shifting into the writing role, nor is it the ‘me’ that works with the actors. Here, at the end of the film doing interviews, I feel like I’m in disguise.”

― Julia Leigh

“Some people can sometimes really invade your space and kind of never leave you alone.”

― Julia Louis-Dreyfus

“We should send a load of bad celebrities to colonise Mars. They would have to mate in space, and then their children would be sent back to Earth in 50 years’ time.”

― Julian Barratt

“There’s a lot of research now showing that noise, and the lack of quiet working space, is one of the biggest issues for all office workers.”

― Julian Treasure

“We experience every space in five senses, so it’s strange that architects design just for the eyes.”

― Julian Treasure

“Sound in a space affects us profoundly. It changes our heart rate, breathing, hormone secretion, brain waves. It affects our emotions and our cognition.”

― Julian Treasure

“That’s what I’m interested in: the space in between, the moment of imagining what is possible and yet not knowing what that is.”

― Julie Mehretu

“I was a flight engineer on my second flight, which is the most senior position a non-American can have aboard the shuttle. We’re the cockpit crew. We fly the vehicle up to space, dock the vehicle to the space station, undock it at the end of the mission, and return it to the ground.”

― Julie Payette

“I always call myself a space construction worker.”

― Julie Payette

“If you’re in space on the way to Mars, and a conflict develops… you can’t turn around and go back, because Earth is already gone on its orbit.”

― Julie Payette

“We sleep very well in space. We have a sleeping bag each, and when you get into it, you float in the sleeping bag.”

― Julie Payette

“We have fans that circulate air in the cabin of the module of the space shuttle. They’re running all the time. They’re absolutely necessary because, otherwise, you will breathe your own CO2 and intoxicate yourself quite fast.”

― Julie Payette

“If you want more kids to become engineers in space, travellers, and pilots, then you have to expose them to those types of careers.”

― Julie Payette

“I am impressed with the innovation in the wireless marketplace. The Blackberry, the iPhone, the Pre, and other smart devices are breakthrough technologies that have helped revolutionize the wireless space.”

― Julius Genachowski

“I do think that books are invaluable as a reservoir of what we call the human space. And this is why I think that, even if they’re threatened, the work that they do has an incalculable merit.”

― Junot Diaz

“When I enter that higher-order space that’s required to write, I’m a better human. For whatever my writing is, wherever it’s ranked, it definitely is the one place that I get to be beautiful.”

― Junot Diaz

“I think that football has changed, it has become more complex. For example, it’s faster, you have less free space, and you have to play from such small spaces.”

― Jupp Heynckes

“I suppose on the filmmaking side, you can learn how to cram a lot into a small space. But I think that advertising, even on what is called the creative side, is incredibly easy if you have that kind of mind. A lot of people regard it as Machiavellian and dangerous, but, in fact, it is morally neutral.”

― Justin Cartwright

“It’s probably what I’m most interested in as a choreographer: how I can alter and shift and develop the structure of a piece and of the space.”

― Justin Peck

“It’s expensive to get studio space and dancers. My whole first three years, I was sneaking around in the studios and getting kicked out of them. It was kind of depressing.”

― Justin Peck

“I thought I was depressed because I wasn’t a writer/director. I moved into a space where I’m a writer/director, my movie is a hit at Sundance, I have a wonderful, loving boyfriend, and wow, I have financial stability. Why can’t I get out of bed still?”

― Justin Simien

“’2001: A Space Odyssey’ – I’d watched and hated it seven times before it provided the first ‘religious experience’ I’d ever had watching a film. Finally, I was able to pick up on what the film was transmitting almost entirely through dialogue.”

― Justin Simien

“Every movie has the thing it’s about, and then, deep down, it has this thing that it’s really about. ‘Star Wars’ is not really about a space opera, action, and the galactic quest. It’s about self-doubt.”

― Justin Simien

“My work at MIT had focused on what we could build in space once we had inexpensive space transportation and industrial facilities in orbit. And this led to various sorts of work in space development.”

― K. Eric Drexler

“What I love about L.A. and Washington, D.C. is that they’re almost the opposite of each other. L.A. is a very creative space while D.C. is a very cerebral space. So, they’re the ying and the yang in my world. I like them both for their own reasons.”

― Kal Penn

“When your private life has been dragged into public space, you tend to attain a zen-like composure.”

― Kalki Koechlin

“I understand that space travel and expansion is just as much about altering ourselves, our attitudes, our social structures, our very biology, as it is about altering the places we choose to live.”

― Kameron Hurley

“’The Stars are Legion’ is part space opera, part thriller, about two warring families battling it out for control over a legion of organic starships.”

― Kameron Hurley

“In a film we have limited time and space to say what we have to, hence the visual language and brevity needs to be paramount. In a novel, however, we can dissect each thought and emotion and build on it.”

― Kanika Dhillon

“The promise of any artwork is that it can hold us – viewer and maker – in a conflicted or contestable space, without real-world injury or loss.”

― Kara Walker

“I trust my hand. If I go into a space with a roll of paper, I can make a work, some kind of work, and feel pretty satisfied.”

― Kara Walker

“I always had an ability to listen and give people the space to open up and express themselves, and I was hoping it would translate on TV.”

― Karamo Brown

“We discount the physical, when, in fact, much of life is physical. People’s personalities are partly formed by, or in response to, how they take up space; the physical mask has some relation, howsoever obscure, to the mental work happening underneath.”

― Karan Mahajan

“If India hadn’t become a troubled space for me, somehow I wouldn’t have any reason to write about it. So the fact that it’s a lost love, or something, is why I keep thinking about it obsessively.”

― Karan Mahajan

“As an individual, I need space and can’t be locked in a house with strangers. I would do ‘Bigg Boss’ if I get to co-host it with Salman Khan.”

― Karan Singh Grover

“Islam is about finding your own space.”

― Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

“Space excites me. My dream is to go to space.”

― Karen Gillan

“For me, California is all about rest, relaxation, space.”

― Karen O

“I am sharing screen space with Ranbir Kapoor, but I am not exactly playing Sanjay Dutt’s love interest, I am one of his encounters… It’s just a cameo, but I would take my role as important, as it is a biopic on Sanjay Dutt, so whatever is important in his life is being shown in the film.”

― Karishma Tanna

“I’m not very comfortable about the audience getting a peek into my personal life. I like to keep my personal space.”

― Karishma Tanna

“Reason is like an open secret that can become known to anyone at any time; it is the quiet space into which everyone can enter through his own thought.”

― Karl Jaspers

“Forget the technique. Hit the guy across from you. Don’t let somebody come in your space.”

― Karl Malone

“I have this habit to bow my head, as to look shorter, maybe as a result of an unconscious demand of not taking up so much space.”

― Karl Ove Knausgard

“I see myself traveling; I see myself with a much bigger living space than I do have right now. I see myself hopefully on a tour bus at some point.”

― Kat Dahlia

“It’s crazy because it’s a British record and a personal best, but I wanted that 2 m. I cleared the 1.97 m. first attempt with space, so I think I could have done a little better.”

― Katarina Johnson-Thompson

“Then finally I said, ‘Okay, well, I want to know all the details. I want creative input. I want to be consulted. I want to know what they’re doing and who’s involved. And I want to see the space.’ So they took me to see it, and then I realized it was major! All these red flags on the Rue de Rivoli with my name on them right by the Louvre!”

― Kate Moss

“Well, I met Frank Sinatra and Bob Dylan in the space of 15 minutes. Frank Sinatra kissed me on the lips. He kissed me on the lips. And then he gave me a filterless cigarette. And then I met Bob Dylan. I came off all lightheaded and had to go sit on his dressing-room steps.”

― Kate Moss

“I rent space on a farm for 15 dollars a month, and I have the use of about a quarter of an acre.”

― Kate Pierson

“I was doing space girl outfits way before Katy Perry or Gaga!”

― Kate Pierson

“Everything was so new – the whole idea of going into space was new and daring. There were no textbooks, so we had to write them.”

― Katherine Johnson

“Since I loved underground music, I tried to carve a space for feminism within it. Those were my hopes.”

― Kathleen Hanna

“There’s a world of insights to be gained into human health and disease by understanding how gravity and space radiation influence biology.”

― Kathleen Rubins

“We’re pretty interested in microbial communities on-board space stations. It’s a closed-loop system. Our water is recycled; our air is recycled.”

― Kathleen Rubins

“There’s actually an incredible amount of parallels between working in central Congo in a remote, isolated village and doing research aboard the space station.”

― Kathleen Rubins

“I thought I was prepared for space, and it still absolutely defied every expectation and dream. It is an incredible thing to put yourself on a rocket and launch off the planet. It is an amazing thing to see the planet from space. This blue sphere is almost indescribably beautiful.”

― Kathleen Rubins

“We have to engineer devices that are going to work in space stations. Those same things are going to work in the most remote regions on Earth.”

― Kathleen Rubins

“Sequencing DNA on the ISS will enable NASA to see what happens to genetic material in space in real time, rather than looking at a snapshot of DNA before launch and another snapshot of DNA after launch and filling in the blanks.”

― Kathleen Rubins

“You absolutely know you’re in space when you’re doing a spacewalk. That was pretty interesting because you can feel vacuum. It actually changes your vocal cords because the pressure inside the suit drops quite a bit, so your voice feels different.”

― Kathleen Rubins

“When we’re doing the space walks, we’re working very very hard. Every single minute is choreographed. But there’s a few minutes here and there where ground is maybe talking about something, and you have to put your tools down and wait. Just getting a chance to look through your visor and see the planet go by was incredible.”

― Kathleen Rubins

“When I started working at NASA and understanding what the capabilities really were of the space station and the space program, one of the biggest draws for me was the ability to do experiments in space. We can do a number of experiments where gravity is actually a variable.”

― Kathleen Rubins

“When you gradually add in nutrient-dense, fiber-rich foods, you simply stop feeling cravings. You run out of space in your belly for the old junk. Instead of craving, you feel full, fulfilled, and content.”

― Kathy Freston

“I think kitchen real estate is very valuable, so something has to perform multiple functions for me to give it space in my drawers.”

― Katie Lee

“I love New York, but I can’t deal with the cold and the small space.”

― Katya Zamolodchikova

“Oftentimes, when we think of 3D, we think of things coming out of the screen, but actually, you’ve got this zero, this negative space, what they call the negative space, which is the scene, what’s being filmed in the positive space of the audience. As you can have things come out, you can have all of this depth.”

― Keanu Reeves

“I would like to invest more of my brain space in understanding the history of my city, because whenever I learn about the history of Detroit, it’s always so fascinating, from a little kind of beaver-trading post to the place where automobiles were manufactured.”

― Keegan-Michael Key

“In 1959, Moscow gave space to an exhibition of American consumer goods, and my father, also a member of this generation, tasted Pepsi for the first time.”

― Keith Gessen

“I’m interested in bridging and filling in space that hasn’t already been filled, so when it comes to making music, I’ve just always wanted to be able to reference things that producers in the big pop major label context do, without compromising the entire sound of the record.”

― Kelela

“If you have a smartphone – and you have a smartphone – then you have a comic book store in your pocket. So you don’t have to get over any social anxiety you have about entering that space.”

― Kelly Sue DeConnick

“I used to consider the listener. But now I’m in a space where, if I’m not inspired, I can’t really do the music. I can’t feel it.”

― Kendrick Lamar

“From the Berlin tenement reform law of 1897 to H. P. Berlage’s plan for Amsterdam South of 1917, designers and theorists in Germany and Holland moved toward the development of a perimeter residential block that would preserve the plastic continuity of the street while opening up the resultant courtyard for use as an enclosed semi-public space.”

― Kenneth Frampton

“I started realizing that music is the one area where I’ve always let go. When that saxophone goes into my mouth, I get into a space where I never think about the notes I’ve already played or anticipate the notes ahead.”

― Kenny G

“I think it’s important to show in the 21st century that if you’re gay, lesbian, trans, whatever, that you should feel just as welcome to be a wrestling fan as anyone else. You’re welcome in the space.”

― Kenny Omega

“If you put the collections together, whether it’s Rick Owens, Alexander Wang, or whomever, sometimes they do streetwear, but they’re never called that. They’re always called ‘sportswear’ or ‘high-end’ or ‘luxury.’ I feel like I’m tossed into that streetwear category so that I don’t exist in this space.”

― Kerby Jean-Raymond

“I think people like to be thrilled and excited. And a scary movie is a safe way to do that because you’re not actually doing it. It’s entertainment. You know that you’re in the confines of this two-hour space of safety in the movie house.”

― Keri Russell

“It’s just so nice when your pet isn’t all needy. I need a lot of space, so dogs suffocate me.”

― Kerli

“When the guys come back in from the spacewalk, there really is a distinct smell of space; it’s something I will never forget.”

― Kevin A. Ford

“A lot of scientists on Earth think of things that they could do in zero g. Things like the way metals cure, for example, and the way fluids react in space can tell us a lot about some of the unknowns we have on Earth.”

― Kevin A. Ford

“The ability of the humans to not only function in space but be very functional when they arrive at their destination, those are the kinds of things we’re learning from the science. Fuel transfer technologies and all the things we can learn about the space environment are all valuable to us for pressing on out.”

― Kevin A. Ford

“I made about fifty-four dollars a week and spent it on two flying lessons every week at the age of sixteen and was able to get a license then pretty early and knew that that’s what I wanted to do, some kind of a career in aviation. I did know about space flight, but at that point, it was still pretty far out there.”

― Kevin A. Ford

“I enjoy going out to the plants, the factories where just some sub-element maybe of the orbiter or the space station is built. Those people take such pride in that component, and they build it to perfection, and it’s just a pleasure to see that.”

― Kevin A. Ford

“Life as an astronaut in space is a very interesting one. There are things we all take for granted here on earth, like gravity, that can make things a bit challenging. One of the fun things about getting here is the zero gravity and floating around. But it also makes things very difficult.”

― Kevin A. Ford

“I think someday, out in space, perhaps, some people might be able to grow some of their own food or hopefully on another planet.”

― Kevin A. Ford

“In order to make a change, I have to exist in a traditionally homophobic space such as hip-hop. If I were to just be this queer rapper who only spoke to queer kids… I don’t think I could as effectively make a change for another young, black, queer kid growing up in Texas.”

― Kevin Abstract

“I don’t really have a blueprint to follow besides watching interviews. Well, I guess the blueprint I do follow is Def Jam, in a way, just because it started in a small space, which is so similar to how we started.”

― Kevin Abstract

“Of course you don’t make any noise in space, because there’s no air.”

― Kevin J. Anderson

“I think that somebody with the resources and innovation and the idea is going to come out of nowhere and come up with a successful space travel program.”

― Kevin J. Anderson

“The spacing is so much different in the NBA… There’s more spacing, more 1-on-1. I got more space to do work – something I didn’t get to show at Kentucky.”

― Kevin Knox

“What happened in 2008 stopped people in their tracks. People stopped looking at their homes simply as commodities to exploit and starting thinking about how they might personalise that space and make them less bland and more autobiographical, and that’s healthy, I think.”

― Kevin McCloud

“Any type of operating system that I wanted to be able to hack, I basically compromised the source code, copied it over to the university because I didn’t have enough space on my 200 megabyte hard drive.”

― Kevin Mitnick

“I’ve loved the Internet space in terms of creative content control and ownership, the things I haven’t had since I started as a stand-up comedian.”

― Kevin Pollak

“The most important thing is to help the team to come in front of the goal with one-two passes, I drop down, or I give them space, because for defenders, it’s always difficult to have a false nine because they don’t have a direct player against them, so they don’t know exactly what to do.”

― Kevin-Prince Boateng

“I don’t know why. I’m fascinated with stars and space. I just love them.”

― Khoudia Diop

“I am very excited for my special appearance in ‘Kalank,’ since it’s a huge film and it’s the first time I am doing something in the period space.”

― Kiara Advani

“I take the invasion of my personal space very seriously.”

― Kid Rock

“Children are pretty darn smart and capable if we give them space and structure to grow.”

― Kim Brooks

“Your dressing area should be your private space.”

― Kim Cattrall

“I feel like I’m at a really happy, good space.”

― Kim Kardashian

“I probably wore out my VHS copy of ‘Office Space.’”

― Kim Shaw

“I do know what my family has done for me, but they do need to give me some space to let me be myself. There would be some things I would handle differently.”

― Kim Wilde

“The best training ground in the world is Silicon Valley and the tech space.”

― Kimbal Musk

“Everyone has to eat, so the opportunities in the space are incredible.”

― Kimbal Musk

“Our camps and workshops offer a space where girls of color can learn computer science and coding principles alongside their peers, with mentorship from female role models who have established themselves in tech fields where women, and minority women in particular, tend to be underrepresented.”

― Kimberly Bryant

“We understand bringing girls into the tech space is about giving them skills to create social impact and change in their community.”

― Kimberly Bryant

“Our goal is to really have young women of color embrace the tech marketplace and the tech innovation space as both leaders and creators.”

― Kimberly Bryant

“A black hole really is an object with very rich structure, just like Earth has a rich structure of mountains, valleys, oceans, and so forth. Its warped space whirls around the central singularity like air in a tornado.”

― Kip Thorne

“A big misconception is that a black hole is made of matter that has just been compacted to a very small size. That’s not true. A black hole is made from warped space and time.”

― Kip Thorne

“Each black hole spins on its axis like the Earth spins. That spin creates two vortexes of twisting space, somewhat like vortexes in a bathtub or a whirlpool.”

― Kip Thorne

“We have to have a combination of general relativity that describes the warping of space and time, and quantum physics, which describes the uncertainties in that warping and how they change.”

― Kip Thorne

“When gravitational waves reach the earth, the waves stretch and squeeze space. This is a tiny stretch and squeeze. Far too small to detect with ordinary human senses.”

― Kip Thorne

“In a novel, you have space to develop a character or a scene. You don’t have that luxury in a 700-800-word picture book.”

― Kirby Larson

“I love horror movies in space. I love it when the genre switches over and what was sci-fi becomes horror.”

― Kirk Hammett

“If I had unlimited funds, wall space and storage, I would collect a lot more things, like ‘Planet of the Apes,’ ‘Star Wars,’ science fiction stuff, autographs, and prop guns and weapons. I have to draw the line somewhere.”

― Kirk Hammett

“I started writing because it was hard to find acting jobs. I didn’t like any monologues in auditions, so I started to write my own things. Since then, I have written a couple of shows. I was nominated for playwright of the year for a play I wrote called ‘Potential Space.’”

― Kirsten Vangsness

“I dress like a 7-year-old space pilot. I have clothes that I still wear regularly from high school.”

― Kirsten Vangsness

“No one has the right to dirty someone’s personal space in any which way.”

― Kirti Kulhari

“From the moment of using rocket devices, a great new era will begin in astronomy: the epoch of the more intensive study of the firmament.”

― Konstantin Tsiolkovsky

“The Earth is the cradle of humanity, but mankind cannot stay in the cradle forever.”

― Konstantin Tsiolkovsky

“Man must at all costs overcome the Earth’s gravity and have, in reserve, the space at least of the Solar System.”

― Konstantin Tsiolkovsky

“I do not remember how it got into my head to make the first calculations related to rocket. It seems to me the first seeds were planted by famous fantaseour, J. Verne.”

― Konstantin Tsiolkovsky

“Mankind will not forever remain on Earth but, in the pursuit of light and space, will first timidly emerge from the bounds of the atmosphere and then advance until he has conquered the whole of circumsolar space.”

― Konstantin Tsiolkovsky

“Make space in your life, space for health and happiness.”

― Kris Carr

“Being intellectually hospitable is a virtue that I bring into the interview space.”

― Krista Tippett

“My style can’t be held within a pixel medium. Like, it needs to be performed in a living, breathing space. People need to have all their senses ready to take on my comedy, and unfortunately, TV alienates at least their sense of touch, taste, smell.”

― Kristen Schaal

“Lots of folks still do watch TV, but I think understanding the future of politics means understanding where folks’ attention is being paid and delivering your message and your ideas in that space.”

― Kristen Soltis Anderson

“The problem with being a film actress or a movie star is that people see you so huge that somehow you’re visually massive or somehow you’re in some removed space, which is a television or wherever. It somehow takes your humanity.”

― Kristin Scott Thomas

“When people are reading a book, it’s a personal thing. They’re reading it; it’s in their own mind; it’s in their own personal space when they’re reading it.”

― Kristy Swanson

“I don’t think there’s any space for any negativity or insecurity on the set of ‘Housefull 4.’ It feels like a big, crazy family.”

― Kriti Kharbanda

“There’s no formula for success in Bollywood, whether you are sharing screen space or getting the ultimate launch.”

― Kubra Sait

“As late as 2007, Facebook was still trying to figure out what it wanted to be when it grew up. An advertising space seemed to be the obvious answer, but how that would tap into the massive value of the personal data uploaded to the company every day remained a puzzle.”

― Kurt Eichenwald

“Chicago has a burly, action-oriented but still self-assured and relaxed confidence to its stride. The city has a lot of wide-open space and all the possibilities that suggests. There’s a lot of horizontal grandeur here.”

― Kurt Elling

“There comes a time when you’ve toured a ton, and a time to be inspired again. Listen to awesome jazz records that are mellow with no words, and just sit there and read a book, or space out on your couch. And eventually, all that inspiration comes.”

― Kurt Vile

“All of my surroundings influence my songwriting. It’s autobiographical, although I leave enough space so it’s relatable.”

― Kurt Vile

“Science sent the Hubble telescope out into space, so it could capture light and the absence thereof, from the very beginning of time. And the telescope really did that. So now we know that there was once absolutely nothing, such a perfect nothing that there wasn’t even nothing or once.”

― Kurt Vonnegut

“Thor is magical, yes, but it is the magic of reality. His hammer was crafted ‘in the heart of a dying star,’ but so were you! Most of the atoms that make you up are in fact the innards of a ball of gas in space that got so heavy that it exploded. Stars died so that you could live, as physicist Lawrence Krauss would say.”

― Kyle Hill

“Not everyone gets to have one of the few super-dominant, all-pro, superstars in this league, and so playing with the pass and playing with space and playing quick is a really good backup.”

― Kyle Korver

“We did a remake of Lost in Space. Filmed it in London for four months.”

― Lacey Chabert

“That’s capital L, small a – no space! – capital C, small h, a, n, z, e.”

― LaChanze

“As singers, we’re always taught to sing forward and place everything in the front of our resonating chambers. Donna Summer always sang in that space and had it naturally. Her muscle memory, the way she was built – she was a natural singer.”

― LaChanze

“Vanity can create a very cruel space for you if you don’t know how to manage it.”

― Lady Gaga

“I like black because it is a vacant space.”

― Lady Gaga

“We did get to keep a few choice items. I kept a few pairs of slacks and power suits that stood out. I still have a few outstanding pieces from ‘Saved by the Bell’ simply because they were from ‘Saved by the Bell.’ They’re vaulted in my storage space.”

― Lark Voorhies

“Most people are completely unaware of their breath. They violate your space, they have no idea that they have halitosis.”

― Larry David

“Our preoccupation has always been to craft space in such a way as to induce social interactions that would in turn generate a sense of community and a culture, but starting from the very immediate issue of how action influences perception.”

― Larry Harvey

“Building one space station for everyone was and is insane: we should have built a dozen.”

― Larry Niven

“The dinosaurs became extinct because they didn’t have a space program.”

― Larry Niven

“We should not have assumed that a political space station could be built.”

― Larry Niven

“Our communication space is very fragmented today. We have a million different tools for different things with lots of different kinds of overlaps. The most natural way to try and solve that problem is to take all those different tools and try to make them smaller and fit into a single package and maybe integrate them across the boundaries.”

― Lars Rasmussen

“Any rehearsal process – I find, anyway – does have quite an effect on me, and I very much live in that world for the whole period of time that I’m involved with the production. But normally, afterwards with a little bit of space, I can come right back out of it again.”

― Laura Donnelly

“I love punching the ceiling with my fists when I’m lost or I can’t find a parking space.”

― Laura Kightlinger

“My students are often asking me, ‘What do you think are the most important qualities for a writer?’ And one thing I always tells them is that it’s helpful to be willing to sit in a space of uncertainty. There are entire years, especially with novels, where you really don’t know where the project is going.”

― Laura van den Berg

“We’re looking at Earth science, observing our planet. Also space science, looking at the ozone in the atmosphere around our Earth. Also looking at life science. And on a human level, using ourselves as test subjects.”

― Laurel Clark

“Some things are only capable of being done in space. Examples of that are looking at our Earth from that far away, and understanding the entire processes of storms and weather patterns, and oceans, and coastlines.”

― Laurel Clark

“Gravity pulls our bodily fluids down, like water in a glass goes to the bottom part of a glass. In space, the water doesn’t stay in the bottom of the glass. It distributes itself evenly over time throughout the entire volume of the glass.”

― Laurel Clark

“I can’t think of anything specific growing up that pointed me toward NASA at all. I was interested in the Moon landings just about the same as everyone else of my generation. But I never really thought about being an astronaut or working in space myself.”

― Laurel Clark

“I can’t think of anything that’s as exciting as I’m sure this mission will be, and actually being in space. But, we did some training as a crew together.”

― Laurel Clark

“The microgravity or the very, very low amount of gravity that we have up in space forces some changes in different processes. It forces changes in us as human beings.”

― Laurel Clark

“When you talk to crews that went to Mir or have gone up to International Space Station, they say that you go through different phases of adaptation or getting used to the space environment.”

― Laurel Clark

“In real life, I’m a large character, and I need the space and platform to be large.”

― Lauren Ashley Carter

“When you really break it down to the way the world works, we’re all little humans floating on a gas ball in the middle of space. That’s the reality of our situation. And we’ve created these concepts and constructs that move us away from that.”

― Lauren Jauregui

“It’s cool to be able to give each other that space to really explore ourselves individually and grow.”

― Lauren Jauregui

“We went from playing small clubs to quite big stages quite quickly, and a lot of the time, I felt like I was trying to catch up with myself. Figuring out how to take up space was an interesting journey.”

― Lauren Mayberry

“You could probably go three or four months without the word ‘God’ coming from my dad’s mouth; Mum would pray for a parking space.”

― Laurence Fox

“People invade your space and offend your sensibilities because, to be plain, they couldn’t care less about you.”

― Laurie Graham

“I work just as hard and have just as much fun whether in a 50-seat house or in a 1000-seat house. It’s a luxury to be in a tiny space every once in a while and a rush to be on a giant stage every once in a while.”

― Laurie Metcalf

“One of my favorite cities is Tokyo because of sushi, and Asian food in general, but then also the way Tokyo operates, because it’s so clean, and there’s space for a lot of variety of stores.”

― Lauv

“The wings are moved several times by hand to charge the crank chamber with mixture, which flows on through the external pipe and inlet valve to the compression space and cylinder.”

― Lawrence Hargrave

“Notwithstanding the fact that the most innovative and progressive space we’ve seen – the Internet – has been the place where intellectual property has been least respected. You know, facts don’t get in the way of this ideology.”

― Lawrence Lessig

“Empty space is a boiling, bubbling brew of virtual particles that pop in and out of existence in a time scale so short that you can’t even measure them.”

― Lawrence M. Krauss

“Aside from communications satellites, space is devoid of industry.”

― Lawrence M. Krauss

“Space and light and order. Those are the things that men need just as much as they need bread or a place to sleep.”

― Le Corbusier

“I do know that I would never – though you should never say never – work with a decorator, because I don’t want to see the touch of someone else in my own space.”

― Leandra Medine

“I was born outside Kennedy Space Center.”

― Leanne Caret

“You were told how much space so it was a matter of whether you could send in two paintings or three paintings, you know, pending where the show was being held. You did submit work to be accepted. Once you were accepted that was it. You did your own selection of what went in.”

― Lee Krasner

“When I pull my white Range Rover into disabled parking bays, the abuse that I get until I actually get out on my crutches is phenomenal, because people presume that you couldn’t possibly be disabled and reverse a white Range Rover into that parking space.”

― Lee Pearson

“I always begin a room with the rug; it is literally the foundation of the space. I then go on to the furniture.”

― Lee Radziwill

“My solo shows require a sit-down, indoor space.”

― Lee Ranaldo

“I’m very interested in the distance and the space between those two poles: very concrete, song-based stuff on the one hand and very improvisational, abstract stuff on the other. I don’t see any reason music should exclude one or the other, and I think the pairing of them together makes for very interesting music in a lot of ways.”

― Lee Ranaldo

“Any person, brought into the presence of this fact, stops for a few moments and remains pensive and silent; and then generally leaves, carrying with him forever a sharper, keener sense of our incessant motion through space.”

― Leon Foucault

“You have to say now that space is something. Space can vibrate, space can fluctuate, space can be quantum mechanical, but what the devil is it?”

― Leonard Susskind

“Why is there space rather than no space? Why is space three-dimensional? Why is space big? We have a lot of room to move around in. How come it’s not tiny? We have no consensus about these things. We’re still exploring them.”

― Leonard Susskind

“Space can vibrate, space can fluctuate, space can be quantum mechanical, but what the devil is it? And, you know, everybody has their own idea about what it is, but there’s no coherent final consensus on why there is space.”

― Leonard Susskind

“Science does not just drive space travel – space travel also drives science.”

― Leroy Chiao

“I hope that China will continue with space exploration. It would be logical to have international co-operation. I hope that it will come about and that I can be involved in it.”

― Leroy Chiao

“I would say keep supporting space flight, keep telling the public and the politicians why it’s important to advance science and explore the galaxy. I encourage the Japanese to keep doing what they’re doing.”

― Leroy Chiao

“I’m Chinese-American, of course, and so it’s very interesting to see China actually launch their own astronauts, becoming the third nation, following the United States and Russia, to do so.”

― Leroy Chiao

“Of course, you’ll have to meet the physical and psychological demands. A space walk takes a lot of energy.”

― Leroy Chiao

“One day, people will be able to buy tickets to visit space.”

― Leroy Chiao

“Tinkering is something we need to know how to do in order to keep something like the space station running. I am a tinkerer by nature.”

― Leroy Chiao

“Well, it’s still a bit uncertain, but I will do the consulting, and I’ll see how I can contribute. But I’m sure whatever I do will involve the space program. That’s where my passion is.”

― Leroy Chiao

“I was a graduate student in 1984 when President Ronald Reagan called for the construction of a new space station. I knew then that I wanted to apply for the astronaut program, and this was an exciting development.”

― Leroy Chiao

“Donald Trump’s administration is floating a proposal to return to the moon – and to shut down the International Space Station to help pay for it. The first part of this idea is good. The second is horrible.”

― Leroy Chiao

“The United States ended the space shuttle program in 2011, after the ISS was complete. We gave up a national treasure forever.”

― Leroy Chiao

“I remember taking a space walk on the ISS. There I was, wrench in hand, tightening bolts on a new module. It was such a mundane task. But when I looked in one direction, there was Earth floating in vivid blues and greens. In the other direction, I could see the blackest black conceivable, punctured by unwavering pinpoints of starshine.”

― Leroy Chiao

“You might have heard about a transformation that can occur when someone first sees Earth from space – how it becomes harder to think about ‘my country’ or ‘my people’ and harder not to think about ‘our planet.’ I can tell you, that transformation is real.”

― Leroy Chiao

“I don’t think anyone flies into space without some form of fundamental introspection about what life is about.”

― Leroy Chiao

“If I’m home and I come up with something, I’ll try to record it, but a lot of the time I’ll forget to. A lot of things go off into space and never come back ’cause I just don’t remember them.”

― Les Claypool

“In awe, I watched the waxing moon ride across the zenith of the heavens like an ambered chariot towards the ebony void of infinite space wherein the tethered belts of Jupiter and Mars hang, for ever festooned in their orbital majesty. And as I looked at all this I thought… I must put a roof on this toilet.”

― Les Dawson

“When I was 12 years old, someone took me to see Martha Graham. It was nothing like what I thought of as serious dancing and even then I knew I was having a great experience. It was as if somebody was moving through space like no one ever did before.”

― Leslie Fiedler

“I’ve spent a long time learning my way around a stage as an actor, but this I don’t know as well. Humbly, I’m excited to get with a band and perform regularly as an artist and see what I can learn and how I can grow in that space.”

― Leslie Odom, Jr.

“Going to a party uninvited always has been a negative action. It never has been acceptable. At the very least, it upsets kitchen preparations, parking arrangements, and even details such as space for hanging coats and depositing dripping umbrellas.”

― Letitia Baldrige

“A father and two sons run Adelphia. It’s a cable company. And they took from that company a billion dollars. A billion. Three people – three people took a billion dollars. What were they gonna do, start their own space program? ‘Let’s send the monkey to Mars, Dad!’”

― Lewis Black

“Being in a space that’s not a studio, it kind of creates an openness of ‘We can do whatever we want here; we’re not on the clock.’”

― Lia Ices

“I always wanted to be a cowboy, and Jedi Knights are basically cowboys in space, right?”

― Liam Neeson

“I think that lunch is one of the most enjoyable and important things in the day. But you need to create the space and the time to do just that. And in Italy, we do that.”

― Lidia Bastianich

“Before Lil B, hip-hop and music in general was in a different space. Lil B really just pushed this independence.”

― Lil B

“When I first started YouTubeing, the idea was, ‘Oh, YouTube is going to be a stepping stone to get to other places,’ and I just totally don’t agree with that. I think YouTube is amazing. The digital space is amazing.”

― Lilly Singh

“There is no casting director; there is no producer monitoring your upload button. Anyone that looks like anyone can upload a video. I think YouTube and the digital space does set a really good example for the rest of the industry in that sense.”

― Lilly Singh

“We’ve all heard about space and landing on the moon, but somehow it’s a very tom-boyish adventure. It’s planting the flag on the moon by Neil Armstrong, and it has this very male-hero edge to it.”

― Lily Koppel

“In our era of celebrity, where every life is made public through email, blogs and Facebook, one of the greatest oddities may be that there is not a livelier discussion about the individual’s basic need for a more private space.”

― Lily Koppel

“We have lost one shuttle for every 57 flights and that is not a good ratio. I do believe we need to continue space flights, but maybe we can follow the example of the Russians and use unmanned vehicles to transport hardware into space.”

― Lincoln Davis

“We launch when we’re kind of in the same orbit that they are in terms of being matched up in inclination in space, and we’re just in a little different altitude.”

― Linda M. Godwin

“I grew up watching a lot of the coverage of the early U.S. space program, all the way back starting with Mercury and then through Gemini and Apollo and of course going to the moon as the main part of the Apollo program.”

― Linda M. Godwin

“A lot of these things will fly in later forms on the space station themselves, or a later form of that research will, once they kind of find out some of the basics from flying it on shuttle.”

― Linda M. Godwin

“The Mesh difference is that with GPS-enabled mobile Web devices and social networks, physical goods are now easily located in space and time.”

― Lisa Gansky

“It’s not completely obvious what gravity is, fundamentally, or what dimensions are, fundamentally. One of these days we’ll understand better what we mean, what is the fundamental thing that’s given us space in the first place and dimensions of space in particular.”

― Lisa Randall

“In Beverly Hills, it’s very spoiled in terms of the quality of life. I think the climate and the space and the quality of life in Beverly Hills is exceptional.”

― Lisa Vanderpump

“I’ll leave my house if I need to. Otherwise I’m super comfortable in my own space, in my own company.”

― Little Simz

“Tiangong 1, our home in space, was comfortable and pleasant.”

― Liu Yang

“Performing tai chi in space – it is comfortable; we got more outer space chi.”

― Liu Yang

“I’m always excited to create space for people to relate to one another.”

― Liv Bruce

“People hang their hopes on you fitting into their CD collection in way that they have made a space for, but I’m playing a longer game than that.”

― Liz Phair

“I like to talk. That’s why I can’t karaoke in a private room. Those types of shenanigans are only good in a public space. I got to say, though, with smartphones and instant upload of everything, our generation and definitely the next generation coming up, it’s going to be hard to act a fool.”

― Liza Lapira

“I like to talk. That’s why I can’t karaoke in a private room. Those types of shenanigans are only good in a public space.”

― Liza Lapira

“I let the song guide me. I move through the space that I’m given rather than trying to make an impression on the material. I’m curious to learn from the music.”

― Lizz Wright

“From the way that we build cars or going after space travel, I get excited about the transportation space because it’s the second-highest household expense after housing.”

― Logan Green

“A lot of the other companies in the space have really left a bad taste in regulators’ mouths. It’s actually been a huge advantage when we come in and we take the time to sit down and get to know them, explain the business, explain what we do.”

― Logan Green

“The ostensible subject of my photographs may be motion, but the subtext is time. A dancer’s movements illustrate the passage of time, giving it a substance, materiality, and space. In my photographs, time is stopped, a split second becomes an eternity, and an ephemeral moment is solid as sculpture.”

― Lois Greenfield

“Ye stars! which are the poetry of heaven!”

― Lord Byron

“I was certainly no Maradona. I was a very fast player. When I saw a space, I used it. When I went past somebody, he didn’t catch up with me again. I was a player who came with a run-up. What Maradona could see in a small space, I saw over long distances.”

― Lothar Matthaus

“I might have lived long enough to learn all this in the long haul, but I would have been just another soul taking up time and space for a long spell before I learned.”

― Lou Rawls

“I don’t mind a repetitive chorus; I mind repetitive verse. I mean, it’s the same amount of space. Why would you have only three diamonds if you can have six?”

― Lou Reed

“Architecture is the thoughtful making of space.”

― Louis Kahn

“I think people are so immersed in the anti-Scientology mindset by consuming tabloid media and stories about space aliens. It’s baffling. When I say I want to see a more positive side of the church, all I’m saying is I want to get past these headlines that talk about aliens and Tom Cruise jumping on a sofa.”

― Louis Theroux

“Space is something that you have to define. Otherwise, it is like anxiety, which is too vague. A fear is something specific. I like claustrophobic spaces, because at least then you know your limits.”

― Louise Bourgeois

“I think it’s one of my favourite theatres ever, so quirky and wonderful and steeped in history. The space is wonderful and the acoustics are brilliant.”

― Louise Jameson

“Each one of us decides to incarnate upon this planet at a particular point in time and space. We have chosen to come here to learn a particular lesson that will advance us upon our spiritual, evolutionary pathway.”

― Louise L. Hay

“Thus the sum of things is ever being reviewed, and mortals dependent one upon another. Some nations increase, others diminish, and in a short space the generations of living creatures are changed and like runners pass on the torch of life.”

― Lucretius

“I think the human race doesn’t have a future if we don’t go into space. We need to expand our horizons beyond planet Earth if we are to have a long-term future.”

― Lucy Hawking

“I spent one year being very poor at home with my piano, and nobody was calling me, but I had space to think about things on my own and find out exactly what I wanted to do.”

― Ludovico Einaudi

“Architecture is the will of an epoch translated into space. Living, Changing, New. Not yesterday, not tomorrow, only today can be given form. Only such architecture is creative.”

― Ludwig Mies van der Rohe

“Architecture is the will of an epoch translated into space.”

― Ludwig Mies van der Rohe

“Modern buildings of our time are so huge that one must group them. Often the space between these buildings is as important as the buildings themselves.”

― Ludwig Mies van der Rohe

“I think that the ideal space must contain elements of magic, serenity, sorcery and mystery.”

― Luis Barragan

“My habit of glorifying things far away in space and time, also contributed to my social isolation.”

― Luke Ford

“That’s what I love – on ‘The Farewell,’ we played with a lot of silence and a lot of negative space, and I really worked with the composer to create those juxtapositions of like, those awkward silences and when something comes in.”

― Lulu Wang

“I just downloaded ‘1984’ for my iPod, but I’ve read that before. It just hearkens back to the ‘romance’ of my high-school days. I really liked the space I was in when I was reading it.”

― Lupe Fiasco

“I actually would love to live in New York. But I need land; I need space. I’d love to move to a place where I could have a lot of land and a goat.”

― Lusia Strus

“Fiction should be an ethically safe space, free of fancy ideas. It should be dedicated modestly to relationships or escapism or the needs of luscious voyeurs.”

― Lydia Millet

“There has to be space for play in literature. We all need some breathing room.”

― Lydia Millet

“The moon and other celestial bodies should be free for exploration and use by all countries. No country should be permitted to advance a claim of sovereignty.”

― Lyndon B. Johnson

“There is no scientific reason to think that we, even with space travel, are going to survive as a species for ever, certainly not by biting off the hand that feeds us, which is exactly what we are doing.”

― Lynn Margulis

“I’ve been asked a lot why didn’t ‘Ruined’ go to Broadway. It was the most successful play that Manhattan Theatre Club has ever had in that particular space, and yet we couldn’t find a home on Broadway.”

― Lynn Nottage

“I like to go into a space, listen, absorb, and then interpret.”

― Lynn Nottage

“It doesn’t matter how you’re dressed onstage or what you say in your songs: that doesn’t give anybody the right to invade your personal space.”

― Lzzy Hale

“Music and space collide for me, as I find them incredibly stimulating.”

― M. Shadows

“We have this yearning to know the answers to the big questions about space and why we’re here; we can’t evolve fast enough to figure these answers out on our own, but we can do it through artificial intelligence. But there’s also some very scary downsides that could come if we don’t put the right safety precautions in there.”

― M. Shadows

“When you think of rock and roll and metal, a lot of it is based around the riff. If you can sing over the riff and what the arrangements are going to be like, you have to leave space for what most people consider one of the most key essential parts, which is the vocalist.”

― M. Shadows

“Early in my career, I tried to bring an artistic feeling to architecture. That’s really the intent and impression of what I think about: context, space, shapes, and landscape.”

― Ma Yansong

“A door handle is very symbolic to me. It is the first object that one will interact with before entering a new space.”

― Ma Yansong

“My time on ‘Roadies’ gave me serenity and space.”

― Machine Gun Kelly

“I don’t like rooms you never use or that are wasted space but I also like a sparseness and a cleanness.”

― Madonna Ciccone

“When I do outdoor scenes, I tend to find a quiet space where I can sit and carve a walking stick that can turn out to be interesting for me.”

― Mads Mikkelsen

“The really wonderful thing that happened to me when I was in space was this feeling of belonging to the entire universe.”

― Mae Jemison

“The reality is the majority of us will not get off this planet. So the long run is, some kind of space exploration has to benefit us here on Earth.”

― Mae Jemison

“People like space. But they sometimes have been left out. People are much more open to that if you invite them in.”

― Mae Jemison

“For me, it was really a childhood dream coming true. It’s sort of where the fantasy led reality, and then I got to be on the Starship Enterprise anyway. And the cool thing was – is I was the only person on this bridge who had actually been in space.”

― Mae Jemison

“Some people say they feel very small when they think about space. I felt more expansive, very connected to the universe.”

― Mae Jemison

“I wanted to be a scientist, but I wanted to go into space. They are not mutually exclusive.”

― Mae Jemison

“I believe the biggest impediment we have right now with going to Mars is public commitment. More people need to see themselves as a part of space travel; we need to see more inclusiveness.”

― Mae Jemison

“I always knew I’d go to space.”

― Mae Jemison

“I stayed in the astronaut program until 1993. People ask me why I left. I thought I had a lot of things to contribute that would be difficult to do if I stayed. I thought I could have a stronger voice as an advocate for space exploration. So I ended up starting my own technology consulting company.”

― Mae Jemison

“In space, you need to exercise your heart since it’s not pumping blood around at the same rate.”

― Mae Jemison

“I’d love to go into space again if there were a mission to Mars. I’d also love to go to a completely different planetary system, out of our solar system.”

― Mae Jemison

“When I was a little girl, I thought when I had an opportunity to go into space, I thought I would at a minimum be working on Mars or another large planet because we were doing all of these incredible things.”

― Mae Jemison

“When I left NASA, I was looking at how you could use space technologies for developing countries’ work.”

― Mae Jemison

“Seeing a full display of humanity involved in space is a game-changer for everyone. We’ve all looked at the stars; we’ve all imagined what was going on. Not everyone wants to go, but everyone wants to know what it’s like.”

― Mae Jemison

“Personality is the glitter that sends your little gleam across the footlights and the orchestra pit into that big black space where the audience is.”

― Mae West

“There’s just certain things you don’t think about to enjoy a film. Bullets in space are one of them.”

― Maggie Grace

“I dress as a combination of space cowgirl and San Francisco art teacher.”

― Maggie Rogers

“Social media has colonized what was once a sacred space occupied by emptiness: the space reserved for thought and creativity.”

― Mahershala Ali

“You can’t watch ‘Daredevil’ or ‘Jessica Jones’ or the Marvel films and not be aware that the villain has to be awesome. I’ve always wanted to have more space. And the scope, morally, is more broad for the villain than the hero.”

― Mahershala Ali

“At a certain point in my career, I was probably having a difficult time ‘holding space.’ So you get a character that has to be commanding in order for him to resonate and make sense.”

― Mahershala Ali

“There are instances where you’re in a space with someone who has been extraordinarily successful, and they don’t necessarily connect with you as another person. You can be a prop for them to deliver their stuff, and you’re just another element in the scene.”

― Mahershala Ali

“My father, Phillip Gilmore, was very talented. He was getting seriously into dancing. He was on ‘Soul Train’ and won $2,500. But the Bay Area was too small for him. I don’t think he had the space to do what he needed to do.”

― Mahershala Ali

“Every five years, there is a shift in cinema space, but we are slow to catch that. Young people understand that shift.”

― Mahesh Bhatt

“Now, we occupy a lowly position, both in space and rank in comparison with the heavenly sphere, and the Almighty is Most High not in space, but with respect to absolute existence, greatness and power.”

― Maimonides

“Man must be in space – that is what we are destined for. There is nothing else that we can do.”

― Majel Barrett

“I don’t think we’re wasting people in space.”

― Majel Barrett

“We are a communicating nation which needs access to space, access to the seas.”

― Malcolm Wallop

“There should be a place and the space for all pop.”

― Malcolm Wilson

“Quality Healthcare is a premier healthcare brand in Hong Kong and is the leading private healthcare provider there. We are believers in long-term growth prospects of the Asian healthcare space and the benefits of a world-class pan-Asian integrated healthcare delivery system.”

― Malvinder Mohan Singh

“I think that the social media space is great because that’s where my bread and butter is, but I want to jump into doing traditional media and other fun things.”

― Manny MUA

“I’ve always been consumed by things that are out of this world, like space and moons.”

― Manny MUA

“Multiplexes are being very unkind to small films. They are giving a lot more space and value to the big budget films rather than distributing show timings fairly. But that fight will go on.”

― Manoj Bajpayee

“I had stories that needed more space than the hour and a half or two hours a movie gives you.”

― Manuel Puig

“I don’t particularly like equities, but I think equities are a better space to be in than bonds.”

― Marc Faber

“The kitchen is a sacred space.”

― Marc Forgione

“We have played a critical role in meeting the new safety standards. The Canadian space industry contributed new tools that make the inspection of the space shuttle possible.”

― Marc Garneau

“Canada has made a strong commitment as a partner in the International Space Station and, like the other partners, wishes to see the assembly of this unique orbiting laboratory continue.”

― Marc Garneau

“The space industry is developing and delivering benefits that tie into our immediate needs and priorities here on Earth-for example, medical and materials research, and satellite communications.”

― Marc Garneau

“After the Shuttle checks out on its two upcoming flights, it will be ready to take larger components up to the International Space Station later this fall.”

― Marc Garneau

“Through these ongoing activities and possibly in the future, a Canadian will go live and work on the International Space Station and we will continue to make Canadians proud of our achievements in space.”

― Marc Garneau

“Canada and space are a natural fit.”

― Marc Garneau

“Canada’s a huge country, so to be able to unite the country through communication satellite technology or to be able to observe it through remote sensing technology from space is a natural fit for a country like Canada.”

― Marc Garneau

“I think the crux of the matter was that if we were going to become partners in, for example, the International Space Station, we had to gain the respect of a country like the United States and particularly its space organization, NASA.”

― Marc Garneau

“I have a lot of objects in my space, little things, reminders, memories.”

― Marc Newson

“I wanted to go beyond the sentiments and needs of daily life to create a sense of wonder and find a new space for design.”

― Marcel Wanders

“The best mobile phone had the best mathematician. They know how to fit a huge amount of data into a small amount of space. How to do things efficiently, how to do them cleverly.”

― Marcus du Sautoy

“Definitely scatterbrained. I internalize a lot of thoughts, and sometimes it seems like I’m not listening or totally zoned out, but I’m always on a loop of ideas and song titles. I’m definitely kind of a space cadet, but I’m very laid back.”

― Maren Morris

“I internalize a lot of thoughts, and sometimes it seems like I’m not listening or totally zoned out, but I’m always on a loop of ideas and song titles. I’m definitely kind of a space cadet, but I’m very laid back.”

― Maren Morris

“I feel like it’s improving a little bit as we go on, but I’ve never been to Lilith Fair. It always seemed so cool that it was started by women, for women, and it was a safe place to go and hear all of your favorite female acts in one space.”

― Maren Morris

“Sooner or later, I hate to break it to you, you’re gonna die, so how do you fill in the space between here and there? It’s yours. Seize your space.”

― Margaret Atwood

“Science fiction is filled with Martians and space travel to other planets, and things like that.”

― Margaret Atwood

“Speaking is what most people work on. They forget the thinking and the breathing and instead try to occupy space with sound.”

― Margaret Heffernan

“Circles create soothing space, where even reticent people can realize that their voice is welcome.”

― Margaret J. Wheatley

“There are certainly times when my own everyday life seems to retreat so the life of the story can take me over. That is why a writer often needs space and time, so that he or she can abandon ordinary life and ‘live’ with the characters.”

― Margaret Mahy

“Inspiring children through play and creativity is crucial to early development, and no company has done more in that space over many generations than Mattel.”

― Margo Georgiadis

“I found literary idols in Adrienne Kennedy, Nella Larsen, and Ntozake Shange, writers who’d dared to locate a sanctioned, forbidden space between white vulnerability and black invincibility.”

― Margo Jefferson

“My mind is stuffed with quotes. Lines, couplets, paragraphs, stanzas; Bessie Smith, Stevie Smith, Tin Pan Alley, rock and roll. They tease or lead or hurl me into a dream space of jostling languages that I need to bask in each day in order to write.”

― Margo Jefferson

“The Russians had got a real head-start into space; America was playing catch-up.”

― Margot Lee Shetterly

“Technology is, in many respects, an enabler for an open, transparent society. But it’s also an enabler for supervision to a completely unforeseen degree. And for commercialising personal space to an unforeseen degree.”

― Margrethe Vestager

“I wanted to start something in New York that focused on making products locally and, because I’d just had my second child, didn’t want to be traveling halfway across the world anymore. Originally, I wanted to open up a gallery space and sell things like cushions or blankets that didn’t have a season, and have friends or artists contribute.”

― Maria Cornejo

“The fashion business got boring. I was working with big companies, but the minute it became too formulaic, I got bored with it. I wanted to do a creative space where I could just make stuff – kind of like an atelier, where I could collaborate with other artists, drape geometric shapes on the body, make cushion covers, or whatever.”

― Maria Cornejo

“We all know the sense of comfort of which we are conscious when a good half of the floor space in a room is unencumbered; this seems to offer us the agreeable possibility of moving about freely.”

― Maria Montessori

“The house is in turmoil with records on every space. In the kitchen and in the dining room is covered with records. I don’t have a big enough house to accommodate everything.”

― Marian McPartland

“I’m interested only in buying land in my native Hawaii so that one day I can live there and have the space to rescue animals.”

― Marie Helvin

“I’m spoilt. I like my own space. I don’t even own a microwave, and men don’t like that. They want to be looked after.”

― Marie Helvin

“Once you learn to choose your belongings properly, you will be left with only the amount that fits perfectly in the space you own.”

― Marie Kondo

“’The Rose Society’ was definitely the hardest book I’ve ever written, because it’s so difficult to stay in that dark space.”

― Marie Lu

“I give people a space to simply sit in silence and communicate with me deeply but non-verbally.”

― Marina Abramovic

“Each work has its own space, which should neither be conceived as a sort of cage nor regarded as extending to infinity.”

― Marino Marini

“For me, architecture is not just creating a space to protect people but to make them dream as well.”

― Mario Botta

“We’re not accustomed to giving women the space to express the full range of emotions and flaws that men are permitted. Anger and aggressiveness aren’t part of the scale of what is acceptable behavior in women, whereas men – in reality and in fiction – are allowed a much fuller range of emotion.”

― Marjorie Liu

“I’m claustrophobic. I can’t go into haunted houses. They have these tight, dark, enclosed space. I freak out. That’s my phobia. It gets me out of stuff. Someone asks me to do something and I tell them I can’t because I’m claustrophobic.”

― Mark Consuelos

“When I write a song, the music comes from my spirit, which is very playful and optimistic, but then the lyrics come from my head, which is in a different space.”

― Mark Foster

“The reason I wanted to do ‘The First Men in the Moon’ was that there is something so challenging in the combination of space travel and the Edwardian period.”

― Mark Gatiss

“I appeared on a show with Jonathan Harris on it-the Bill Dana show-even before Lost In Space. Someone gave me a tape of it in the past year, but in all these years we hadn’t remembered.”

― Mark Goddard

“I couldn’t have left my career as an actor on a better note than to have done a cameo in the Lost In Space movie. Doing this part is the highlight of my career. What a way to leave the profession!”

― Mark Goddard

“In our first season we had a 22 rating. Today Seinfeld, a hit show, gets a 15. Lost in Space actually had a bigger audience than Star Trek got at that time.”

― Mark Goddard

“Lost In Space fans are going to get organized, because we’ll see them showing up in all the theatres.”

― Mark Goddard

“Lost In Space is played on television somewhere in the world every day. It’s been a cult show.”

― Mark Goddard

“These are extremely talented actors who are all putting their talents into the Lost in Space movie.”

― Mark Goddard

“I can’t tell you how much we laughed on the set to have Alec Guinness in a scene with a big, furry dog that’s flying a space ship.”

― Mark Hamill

“A trip to space is a big motivator to give up some things in your personal life. Obviously, you can’t give up everything and you don’t want to.”

― Mark Kelly

“It’s important to bring things back from the Space Station because, unlike somebody living at the house where the garbage truck comes by twice a week, they don’t have that in space.”

― Mark Kelly

“After the loss of Columbia a couple of years ago, I think we were reminded of the risk. All of us, though, have always known that the Space Shuttle is a very risky vehicle, much more risky than even flying airplanes in combat.”

― Mark Kelly

“I think I was very interested in the space program as a kid, watching the first Apollo missions to the moon, and it’s something I thought that would be a lot of, of fun and exciting and a very worthwhile job.”

― Mark Kelly

“Evolutionary science kind of bears that out: When species are rivals and competing for space and resources, the superior one wins. Nature has no compunction about that; it just is.”

― Mark Pellegrino

“And last, it may be worthwhile trying to hang something beyond the partial wall because some of the pictures do very well in a confined space.”

― Mark Rothko

“The scientific theory I like best is that the rings of Saturn are composed entirely of lost airline luggage.”

― Mark Russell

“No, I’ve never moved on with a play. I did the original ‘Closer’ in London but didn’t transfer to the West End or Broadway with it. The same is true of ‘Iceman’: I didn’t go to the Old Vic or Broadway with that. I don’t know; I feel an allegiance often to the play where you do it first, in the theatre that it’s in; you do it for that space.”

― Mark Strong

“I think we basically saw that the messaging space is bigger than we’d initially realized, and that the use cases that WhatsApp and Messenger have are more different than we had thought originally.”

― Mark Zuckerberg

“I’m working to create a space where it feels easy to include and imagine black girls and make black girls like me the main characters of our lives.”

― Marley Dias

“Darkness is to space what silence is to sound, i.e., the interval.”

― Marshall McLuhan

“There are no passengers on spaceship earth. We are all crew.”

― Marshall McLuhan

“For tribal man space was the uncontrollable mystery. For technological man it is time that occupies the same role.”

― Marshall McLuhan

“I love being in a public space where teenagers are talking. And the funny thing is that it hasn’t changed that much. There’s certainly slang that I’m not familiar with, but among the average teen, it’s still the same.”

― Marti Noxon

“I’m very proud of Space 1999. Its success paved the way for other sci-fi shows to follow. My hope is that the DVD release will help it reach a new generation of fans.”

― Martin Landau

“Perhaps future space probes will be plastered in commercial logos, just as Formula One cars are now. Perhaps Robot Wars in space will be a lucrative spectator sport. If humans venture back to the moon, and even beyond, they may carry commercial insignia rather than national flags.”

― Martin Rees

“To most people in the U.K., indeed throughout Western Europe, space exploration is primarily perceived as ‘what NASA does’. This perception is – in many respects – a valid one. Superpower rivalry during the Cold War ramped up U.S. and Soviet space efforts to a scale that Western Europe had no motive to match.”

― Martin Rees

“A monkey is unaware that atoms exist. Likewise, our brainpower may not stretch to the deepest aspects of reality. The bedrock nature of space and time, and the structure of our entire universe, may remain ‘open frontiers’ beyond human grasp.”

― Martin Rees

“There are strong reasons for believing that space goes on beyond the limits of our observational horizon. There are strong reasons because if you look in opposite directions, conditions are the same to within one part in 100,000. So if we are part of some finite structure then, if the gradient is so shallow, it is likely to go on much further.”

― Martin Rees

“We need to broaden our sympathies both in space and time – and perceive ourselves as part of a long heritage, and stewards for an immense future.”

― Martin Rees

“Ironically, it is only when disaster strikes that the shuttle makes the headlines. Its routine flights attracted less media interest than unmanned probes to the planets or the images from the Hubble Telescope. The fate of Columbia (like that of Challenger in 1986) reminded us that space is still a hazardous environment.”

― Martin Rees

“All space projects push the frontiers of technology and are drivers of innovation.”

― Martin Rees

“Maybe the search for life shouldn’t restrict attention to planets like Earth. Science fiction writers have other ideas: balloon-like creatures floating in the dense atmospheres of planets such as Jupiter, swarms of intelligent insects, nano-scale robots and more.”

― Martin Rees

“The images of Earth’s delicate biosphere, contrasting with the sterile moonscape where the astronauts left their footsteps, have become iconic for environmentalists: these may indeed be the Apollo programme’s most enduring legacy.”

― Martin Rees

“Manned spaceflight has lost its glamour – understandably so, because it hardly seems inspiring, 40 years after Apollo, for astronauts merely to circle the Earth in the space shuttle and the International Space Station.”

― Martin Rees

“It is foolish to claim, as some do, that emigration into space offers a long-term escape from Earth’s problems. Nowhere in our solar system offers an environment even as clement as the Antarctic or the top of Everest.”

― Martin Rees

“Most theorists suspect that space has an intricate structure – that it is ‘grainy’ – but that this structure is on a much finer scale than any known subatomic particle. The structure could be of an exotic kind: extra dimensions, over and above the three that we are used to (up and down, backward and forward, left and right).”

― Martin Rees

“Darwin and his successors taught us how our biosphere evolved, and thereby transformed our conception of humanity’s place in nature. In the twenty-first century, space scientists are setting Darwin in a grander cosmic context – probing the origins of Earth, stars, atoms and the universe itself.”

― Martin Rees

“Not even the most secular among us can fail to be uplifted by Christianity’s architectural legacy – the great cathedrals. These immense and glorious buildings were erected in an era of constricted horizons, both in time and in space.”

― Martin Rees

“The practical case for manned spacef light gets ever-weaker with each advance in robots and miniaturisation – indeed, as a scientist or practical man, I see little purpose in sending people into space at all. But as a human being, I’m an enthusiast for manned missions.”

― Martin Rees

“Space and time may have a structure as intricate as the fauna of a rich ecosystem, but on a scale far larger than the horizon of our observations.”

― Martin Rees

“I have said it before and I will continue to say that I don’t think art is the most effective form of protest. I don’t think it changes policy; I think it changes discourse, and discourse can change ideas, and for me, that’s what it’s about: having that space for conversation.”

― Martine Syms

“Patriarchy appears to be everywhere. Even outer space and the future have been colonized. As a rule, even the more imaginative science-fiction writers (allegedly the most foretelling futurists) cannot/will not create a space and time in which women get far beyond the role of space stewardess.”

― Mary Daly

“’Emergency Contact’ is about the anxiousness that is inherent in meat space interactions.”

― Mary H.K. Choi

“I find texting to be kind of a safe space.”

― Mary H.K. Choi

“An all-white space has a purity that is refreshing and serene.”

― Mary Helen Bowers

“I’m definitely bicoastal, but I have to say, it’s easier to live in New York than in L.A. I feel like people respect other people’s space a bit more here.”

― Mary-Kate Olsen

“I feel like when I carry a bigger bag, it looks like it’s a huge bag because I’m really tiny. But I do think it’s important to have the space that you need, because we throw everything in our bags at all times. I think every woman does.”

― Mary-Kate Olsen

“If you could really guarantee that the money would be spent on something more worthwhile, I’d say, absolutely, scrap the space program, but it never works that way.”

― Mary Roach

“I’ve always been a bit of a space geek. I wrote an article years ago about the neutral buoyancy tank, which is this biblically sized pool where they train astronauts. And it was just the coolest thing.”

― Mary Roach

“A space station is a rangy monstrosity, a giant erector set built by a madman.”

― Mary Roach

“Sometimes, properties of a fixed hyperbolic surface can be better understood by studying the moduli space that parameterises all hyperbolic structures on a given topological surface.”

― Maryam Mirzakhani

“I had thought about landing in the Kremlin, but there wasn’t enough space.”

― Mathias Rust

“Those are the kinds of roles you can really sink your teeth into. Characters with an edge. When you’re playing someone who’s sort of seedy, there’s less limitation, there’s so much space you can travel. There’s room to move in.”

― Matt Dillon

“I think maths is the root of everything. If we understood every area of math, it would lead to improving our sense of science, physics, engineering, space travel… all those great things. Maths is a backbone for it.”

― Matt Haig

“From the first time I held an iPhone, the space has evolved quickly, and people have shifted from reading content on their desktops to smartphones and iPads, even long-form stuff.”

― Matt Mullenweg

“In my opinion, Islam is an outdated religion. It’s not modern. And therefore, there’s too much space for violence.”

― Matteo Salvini

“I have some NASA memorabilia from the early Apollo days that I can’t imagine parting with. I’ve always wanted to play sort of like a space cowboy, too, like the idea of Captain Kirk. I think that’s everybody’s dream though, right?”

― Matthew Daddario

“Being onstage is like being rock star. Whereas if you’re doing a movie, it’s such a confined space. You know, you do a comedy, it’s so hard, too, ’cause with a comedy, there’s no vocal reaction, there’s no energy that you get back that spurs you on to be funnier because everyone has to be quiet.”

― Matthew Lillard

“Role-playing games are just an organic improvised space for storytelling.”

― Matthew Mercer

“If you take 2001: A Space Odyssey as an example of somebody who creates a new language in film by what he was able to accomplish with art direction, photography, lighting, etc., it is still a gold standard for science fiction.”

― Matthew Modine

“I like to produce work for specific places, and it is difficult to do repeat shows in the same space.”

― Maurizio Cattelan

“We won’t sit idly by when a crime is committed in the real world. So why should we when it happens in cyber space?”

― Max Baucus

“I think only of objects: of a leg or an arm, of the wonderful sense of foreshortening, breaking through the plane, of the division of space, of the combination of straight lines in relation to curved ones.”

― Max Beckmann

“Height, width, and depth are the three phenomena which I must transfer into one plane to form the abstract surface of the picture, and thus to protect myself from the infinity of space.”

― Max Beckmann

“Space, and space again, is the infinite deity which surrounds us and in which we are ourselves contained.”

― Max Beckmann

“As soon as I can afford a studio space, I’ll paint again.”

― Max Cannon

“’Sleep’ is a project I’ve been thinking about for many years. It just seems like society has been moving more and more in a direction where we needed it. Our psychological space is being increasingly populated by data. And we expend an enormous amount of energy curating data.”

― Max Richter

“I liked being in a smaller theater. I love doing shows of all sizes, but sometimes it’s nice to be in a smaller space and to strip away some of the music so that you can be a little less than larger-than-life; you can be a little more naturalistic.”

― Max von Essen

“Music was my refuge. I could crawl into the space between the notes and curl my back to loneliness.”

― Maya Angelou

“A lot of my works deal with a passage, which is about time. I don’t see anything that I do as a static object in space. It has to exist as a journey in time.”

― Maya Lin

“Gary Numan had a huge influence on both my music and my style. He had his own unique fashion sense – that futuristic space style. It was out there.”

― Mayer Hawthorne

“The strength of ‘The Gift’ is that the people featured and their stories are given the space to speak for themselves.”

― Mel Giedroyc

“When I was out of work when I first moved to L.A., one of the first things my husband and I did was buy season’s passes to Disney, and whenever I was bummed out about work, we would go to Space Mountain, and it was like a physical injection of anti-depressants.”

― Melissa Rauch

“To give religion two minutes a day, in its own space, isn’t exactly selling general morality or atheism short.”

― Melvyn Bragg

“What really made me think about space and begin to think about ways to use it was Einstein’s statement that there are no fixed points in space. Everything in the universe is moving all the time.”

― Merce Cunningham

“I think about that ’empty’ space a lot. That emptiness is what allows for something to actually evolve in a natural way. I’ve had to learn that over the years – because one of the traps of being an artist is to always want to be creating, always wanting to produce.”

― Meredith Monk

“There are improbable things suspended in space, like the earth.”

― Meryl Streep

“How do you design it so that people can form a space of their own, and feel quiet and contemplative?”

― Michael Arad

“Great ideas are very much ‘of the moment,’ and endlessly mulling them over just takes up too much of your brain space and might block your next great idea. Act on it, give it away, or move on.”

― Michael Bastian

“Yes, I mean, There’s nothing like it. There is an added sense of pressure because of that, but there’s also nothing like the thrill you get being in the same space with that audience right there and then. And when you do it, it’s over.”

― Michael C. Hall

“In truth, my Anglophilia is fundamentally bookish: I yearn for one of those country house libraries, lined on three walls with mahogany bookshelves, their serried splendor interrupted only by enough space to display, above the fireplace, a pair of crossed swords or sculling oars and perhaps a portrait of some great English worthy.”

― Michael Dirda

“I long ago ran out of bookshelf space and so, like a museum with its art, simply rotate my books from the boxes to the shelves and back again.”

― Michael Dirda

“I had always been interested in the space program, and I didn’t know if I could be an astronaut like I’d dreamt about when I was a little kid – to me it sounded kind of silly, someone grow up to be an astronaut – but, when I was in my 20s, I thought maybe I can get a job with NASA or a contractor, do something with the space program.”

― Michael J. Massimino

“I think most astronauts are not risk takers. We take calculated risks for something that we think is worthwhile.”

― Michael J. Massimino

“Giving consumers the choice of having it all in one big bite means different viewers are in many different places in the book, making it hard to discuss without spoiling the plot. The intervals between first-run programming provide a space for communion and that tantalizing sense of anticipation.”

― Michael K. Powell

“Blu-ray and the technologies emerging around it are the premiere format for reproducing what we do as filmmakers. There’s more space on the disc, more bit rate.”

― Michael Mann

“The dark space is one of the biggest concerns on the part of counterterrorism officials right now. Comey did a good job of explaining how they jump into a direct messaging box and then go into platforms designed specifically to be secure. There’s no way, even if we have a lawful court order, to be able to access those communications.”

― Michael McCaul

“Now, juggling can be a lot of fun; play with skill and play with space, play with rhythm.”

― Michael Moschen

“I see lines of space. I break things down into lines and space, and I balance.”

― Michael Moschen

“When you launch in a rocket, you’re not really flying that rocket. You’re just sort of hanging on.”

― Michael P. Anderson

“I was always fascinated by science-fiction shows, shows like ‘Star Trek’ and ‘Lost in Space.’”

― Michael P. Anderson

“As I grew steadily more comfortable in the kitchen, I found that, much like gardening, most cooking manages to be agreeably absorbing without being too demanding intellectually. It leaves plenty of mental space for daydreaming and reflection.”

― Michael Pollan

“A Hubble Space Telescope photograph of the universe evokes far more awe for creation than light streaming through a stained glass window in a cathedral.”

― Michael Shermer

“If we are able to get inside the music and inhabit it convincingly enough, it will cause everyone to find each other in this new psychological space. And that’s most exciting.”

― Michael Tilson Thomas

“My energies get used up quite quickly, and the psychic space I’m in when I write is a very lonely one, so I found that harder and harder to get back to.”

― Michel Faber

“Art is head space that is very exclusive: it shuts people out; other people cease to exist.”

― Michel Faber

“I’m part of the consumer culture… I’m just using the space I am given to express something that is out of the space so I’m part of the consumer system but I’m advocating stepping out. Which is a contradiction but I could be part of he consumer system and say, ‘let’s consume even more.’”

― Michel Gondry

“In France, it’s really different the way you live. It’s a non-religious country. The public space is not religious; religion is a private thing.”

― Michel Hazanavicius

“I mean simply to say that I want my characters to suggest the background in themselves, even when it is not visible. I want them to be so powerfully realized that we cannot imagine them apart from their physical and social context even when we see them in empty space.”

― Michelangelo Antonioni

“You know what I would like to do: make a film with actors standing in empty space so that the spectator would have to imagine the background of the characters.”

― Michelangelo Antonioni

“When man becomes reconciled to nature, when space becomes his true background, these words and concepts will have lost their meaning, and we will no longer have to use them.”

― Michelangelo Antonioni

“I love cycling, but if I could find a way of building something above the streets for cyclists, that would be amazing. We need even more space.”

― Michelle Dockery

“Contemporary curators orbit in the place of distribution and consumption, and less and less in the space of artists. I think it has become a lazy profession in regard to its relationship to the artists and the vigorous state of art making.”

― Michelle Grabner

“Eight years ago, if I wanted to do a YouTube video, I broke out my camera and filmed everything myself and learned how to edit and kind of become a one-woman studio. But we’re living in an era now, thanks to ICON, where any creator who is online, they can create in their own space.”

― Michelle Phan

“The universe is a symphony of strings, and the mind of God that Einstein eloquently wrote about for thirty years would be cosmic music resonating through eleven-dimensional hyper space.”

― Michio Kaku

“Physics is often stranger than science fiction, and I think science fiction takes its cues from physics: higher dimensions, wormholes, the warping of space and time, stuff like that.”

― Michio Kaku

“Sooner or later, we will face a catastrophic threat from space. Of all the possible threats, only a gigantic asteroid hit can destroy the entire planet. If we prepare now, we better our odds of survival. The dinosaurs never knew what hit them.”

― Michio Kaku

“Our astronauts, when they go orbiting around the earth, they actually come back slightly younger than a twin that they would have on the planet Earth who was stationary. This is called the twin paradox.”

― Michio Kaku

“Most Jupiter-sized planets orbit the mother star in a highly elliptical orbit. This means they will often cross the orbit of any Earth-like planet and fling it into outer space, making life impossible. But our Jupiter travels in a near-perfect circular orbit, preventing a collision with any Earth-like planet, making life possible.”

― Michio Kaku

“It’s very dangerous to put astronauts on a moon base where there’s radiation, solar flares and micro meteorites. It’d be much better to put robots on the moon and have them mentally connected to astronauts on the Earth.”

― Michio Kaku

“Consciousness-one level is understanding where we are in space. Consciousness two is where we understand our position in society: who’s top dog, who’s underdog and who’s in the middle. And type-three consciousness is simulating the future. And type-three consciousness, only humans have this ability to see far into the future.”

― Michio Kaku

“If space is a fabric, then of course fabrics can have ripples, which we have now seen directly. But fabrics can also rip. Then the question is what happens when the fabric of space and time is ripped by a black hole?”

― Michio Kaku

“Sooner or later, The Rock’s going to get tired of that empty space on his mantle where an Oscar should be, and that’s when I’ll get the phone call for the buddy movie that finally makes his career.”

― Mick Foley

“I was really shy when I was a child, very self-conscious about taking up space or being an attention seeker. I was the kind of kid who was really good at homework.”

― Mickey Sumner

“Lofts are great. But with a home, there is a lot to be said for delineated space. To have the luxury of a little separate work space is huge – and to have the dream-sequence master bath.”

― Mike D

“If I hear music that has a hole in it and has a space for me to fit in, I go for that stuff.”

― Mike Dean

“The biggest problem is startups in search of a problem. Chase what you’re passionate about; you’ll probably already have knowledge in the space.”

― Mike Krieger

“Journalism is being pushed into a space where I don’t think it should ever go, where it’s trying to support the monetization model of the Web by driving page views. So what you have is a drop-off of long-form journalism, because long-form pieces are harder to monetize.”

― Mike McCue

“Humans are vulnerable, messy little animals and that’s normal. And all I want to do is make a space for that in my films.”

― Mike Mills

“The reason that most British actors are better than most American actors in the end is that they don’t make any money. At the very end of their lives, they get into a space movie and they make a lot of money, but until that happens, basically, they don’t have bank accounts. They live from day to day.”

― Mike Nichols

“I’m not really into sci-fi movies, but I’m into the science of space a lot. I love astronomy and thinking about the nothingness of the everythingness of space.”

― Milana Vayntrub

“Superconductivity helped broaden my professional phase space. When I started my work, it was already known that magnetic fields could quench superconductivity. I found that the transition was not continuous, that superconductivity was initially enhanced in the presence of magnetic fields, then it would suddenly fall off.”

― Mildred Dresselhaus

“Space music’d be really something… but they don’t have no gravity up there. You couldn’t have no downbeat!”

― Miles Davis

“Jazz is very important. It’s not something I can put my finger on. When I’m writing at my favorite time, I like to have the gentle side of Coltrane or Brubeck on the CD player. It creates sort of a spiritual space in which I write best.”

― Miller Williams

“One of the remarkable things about Donald Trump is that he didn’t just beat the Progressive establishment – he also beat the Conservative establishment. Two political tribes that dominated Washington for half a century were defeated in the space of one election campaign.”

― Milo Yiannopoulos

“Being a sci-fi geek, it was just lovely to be on a show where I pretend I’m in outer space. That’s always been my dream: to pretend to be out in space or actually be out in space.”

― Ming-Na Wen

“I enjoy finding the right word and giving each its full measure, its full space in a sentence.”

― Miriam Margolyes

“The United Nations should serve as a forum to address our common challenges. And it must also be a space to generate solutions for mutual benefit. This is the very essence of what the United Nations is about. We must position the multilateral system to better serve our people and deliver on their aspirations.”

― Miroslav Lajcak

“Whenever there was chaos in my house, whether it was arguing, being in a cramped space with all of us kids and screaming, I found an empty space where I could just put music on and move.”

― Misty Copeland

“Mozilla has one foot in the Valley, Silicon Valley product technology, and partly one foot in the social enterprise space.”

― Mitchell Baker

“The Internet space will only grow exponentially, and it will affect TV for sure. How much is something that only time will tell.”

― Mithila Palkar

“Initially, it took me time to realise that I am sharing screen space with Irrfan Khan. But when I started working with him, a lot of times I would end up laughing in a scene.”

― Mithila Palkar

“I have to say that my husband and my children are so tough, there really is no space for pretension.”

― Miuccia Prada

“It feels completely amazing to finally be in the space where there are so many people taking me seriously as an actress.”

― Mj Rodriguez

“Young Egyptians, gazing through the windows of the Internet, have gained a keener sense than many of their elders of the freedoms and opportunities they lack. They have found in social media a way to interact and share ideas, bypassing, in virtual space, the restrictions placed on physical freedom of assembly.”

― Mohamed ElBaradei

“I have a speed, and I have to use it when I play against someone who gives you the space.”

― Mohamed Salah

“From orphanages to space colonies, it was all shallow but endearingly enthusiastic futurism. Gingrich was the kind of person who read a book or two on something and would then be quite afire as to how this was going to fit into some shining future.”

― Molly Ivins

“The sky above us is something we have very little control of, and the space beyond is something we don’t completely understand.”

― Morena Baccarin

“Space is something which makes us question our role here on Earth. It brings out the best of our hopes and dreams.”

― Morgan Neville

“I guess something that you love to do, you gotta ease up off it and give it a little space, come back and be fresh to it.”

― Mos Def

“I don’t wanna get into that space where a lot of guys now, their solo album is like eight or 10 songs with other people, you don’t get an idea of who this guy is. I just wasn’t interested in that.”

― Mos Def

“I’m glad I got a chance to work with Demi Moore and Mark Duplass. They’re so humble and down to earth, and it is overwhelming to share screen space with such mind-boggling actors.”

― Mrunal Thakur

“Absolutely, there’s still a place for smaller guards. This is the time for it, really. You can’t hand check, you can get your space wherever you want, plus you can create your own opportunities.”

― Muggsy Bogues

“Be not entangled in this world of days and nights; Thou hast another time and space as well.”

― Muhammad Iqbal

“The thought of a limit to perceptual space and time staggers the mind.”

― Muhammad Iqbal

“Thus passing through the infinite varieties of space we reach the Divine space which is absolutely free from all dimensions and constitutes the meeting point of all infinities.”

― Muhammad Iqbal

“Trees bear fruits only to be eaten by others; the fields grown grains, but they are consumed by the world. Cows give milk, but she doesn’t drink it herself – that is left to others. Clouds send rain only to quench the parched earth. In such giving, there is little space for selfishness.”

― Munshi Premchand

“I’m really into space. When I was four years old, I used to pray to the stars and look at the moon.”

― Mya

“I’m the kind of person, I leave a little space for better.”

― Nadia Comaneci

“Julia Child wasn’t afraid to have fun. She made fantastic food but knew how to have a good time and not be too stuck up about the kitchen space.”

― Nadia Giosia

“It makes sense for an actor to space out his releases. But filmmaking is unpredictable.”

― Naga Chaitanya

“In the space of one lifetime, the Internet has opened up opportunities that were previously inconceivable.”

― Najib Razak

“The real luxury travel of the modern age is not through space; it’s through time.”

― Nancy Gibbs

“Most of us were probably less than immaculately honest as teenagers; it’s practically encoded into adolescence that you savor your secrets, dress in disguise, carve out some space for experiments and accidents and all the combustible lab work of becoming who you are.”

― Nancy Gibbs

“Pour a liquid out of its container, and it changes shape, fills the space you give it. If you give children a lot of space, it may surprise you where they’ll go and the shape they’ll take.”

― Nancy Gibbs

“A true epilogue is removed from the story in time or space. That’s the reason it is called an ‘Epilogue’; the label serves to alert the reader that the story itself is over, but we are going to now see a distant result or consequence of that story.”

― Nancy Kress

“Novels have much more space than short stories, which gives you more leeway with the number of characters you can include. Even ‘furniture’ characters can be described and given speaking parts to develop background or atmosphere.”

― Nancy Kress

“You learn something out of everything, and you come to realize more than ever that we’re all here for a certain space of time, and, and then it’s going to be over, and you better make this count.”

― Nancy Reagan

“A few months after NASA was formed, I was asked if I knew anyone who would like to set up a program in space astronomy.”

― Nancy Roman

“The extent of your consciousness is limited only by your ability to love and to embrace with your love the space around you, and all it contains.”

― Napoleon Bonaparte

“One would marvel on the screen the way Shammi Kapoor walked, Dilip Kumar cried, or seeing Dev Anand’s style. And then, one day, you are in the same space with them. It’s very unreal.”

― Naseeruddin Shah

“Women need space and silence. We too quickly give away our energy. There’s something about holding that richness.”

― Natalie Goldberg

“I like acting for now. But after seeing Apollo 13, what I really want to do is to be an astronaut. I’m dying to go to a space camp next summer!”

― Natalie Portman

“Death is final. No it is not just final, it’s worse than that, it’s diminishing: the dead continue to decrease, to occupy less space.”

― Natascha McElhone

“In a modern loft, you can’t just fill a space with furniture. Each piece has to be perfect.”

― Nate Berkus

“If you actually keep things very organized and clutter-free, you can have more furniture than you think you can in a small space.”

― Nate Berkus

“In a small space, you want to keep the bedding as simple as possible so it looks clean, calm and collected.”

― Nate Berkus

“Home has always been one of the most important things. If I don’t feel at home in my space, then I feel really unmoored.”

― Nate Berkus

“In design-speak, ‘a library’ means a room lined with books, floor-to ceiling, but it all depends on the space you have. You may have a free-standing bookshelf of your favorite books if that’s all you have room for.”

― Nate Berkus

“I think there’s space in the market for a half-dozen kind of polling analysts.”

― Nate Silver

“Airbnb is creating a new marketplace for space and is facing many of the challenges that eBay faced back in 1998 when they created a new marketplace for goods.”

― Nathan Blecharczyk

“Silicon Valley is super competitive and super expensive for talent, for office space, for everything.”

― Nathan Blecharczyk

“I’ve always fantasized about being on TV. And I was. Then I fantasized about being in the movies. What could be better than captain of a space ship? I get to ride horses, shoot guns, have adventures.”

― Nathan Fillion

“Age can be wonderful for red wine, but not for spacecraft.”

― Nathan Myhrvold

“Most visions of extraterrestrial life are actually steeped in human hubris. The fictional extraterrestrials of ‘Star Trek’ or a hundred other space operas are less alien than many of my neighbors. And funny, the ones running the place are mostly WASPish men.”

― Nathan Myhrvold

“Sooner or later the space program will need to save us by detecting and deflecting an incoming asteroid.”

― Nathan Myhrvold

“Instead of being a page-turner, ‘Moby-Dick’ is a repository of American history and culture and the essentials of Western literature. The book is so encyclopedic that space aliens could use it to re-create the whale fishery as it once existed on the planet Earth in the midst of the 19th century.”

― Nathaniel Philbrick

“I believe we need a more opportunistic and democratic approach to lunar exploration, now that we’re shifting from U.S. government-sponsored space exploration to private expeditions.”

― Naveen Jain

“I have absolutely no idea about space exploration. I’m a software guy. But because I’m a non-expert, I’ve been able to bring the software concept of modularity into the space sector, which was never done before.”

― Naveen Jain

“PC Internet advertising and mobile advertising – there are some key differences. One, the ability to target is phenomenally high in the mobile space because the information… that one has about the kinds of things that you’re doing on the phone is better.”

― Naveen Tewari

“Bollywood has always pampered heroes and treated actors as second class citizens. But, of late, it has realised that there has to be space for actors who can connect with people.”

― Nawazuddin Siddiqui

“The important achievement of Apollo was demonstrating that humanity is not forever chained to this planet and our visions go rather further than that and our opportunities are unlimited.”

― Neil Armstrong

“That’s one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind.”

― Neil Armstrong

“Houston, Tranquillity Base here. The Eagle has landed.”

― Neil Armstrong

“It suddenly struck me that that tiny pea, pretty and blue, was the Earth. I put up my thumb and shut one eye, and my thumb blotted out the planet Earth. I didn’t feel like a giant. I felt very, very small.”

― Neil Armstrong

“I’m substantially concerned about the policy directions of the space agency. We have a situation in the U.S. where the White House and Congress are at odds over what the future direction should be. They’re sort of playing a game and NASA is the shuttlecock that they’re hitting back and forth.”

― Neil Armstrong

“The basic idea of a hackathon is to erase all routine obligations for the day so that employees can clear a mental space for creativity.”

― Neil Blumenthal

“Space exploration is a force of nature unto itself that no other force in society can rival.”

― Neil deGrasse Tyson

“The partisanship surrounding space exploration and the retrenching of U.S. space policy are part of a more general trend: the decline of science in the United States. As its interest in science wanes, the country loses ground to the rest of the industrialized world in every measure of technological proficiency.”

― Neil deGrasse Tyson

“Philosophically, the universe has really never made things in ones. The Earth is special and everything else is different? No, we’ve got seven other planets. The sun? No, the sun is one of those dots in the night sky. The Milky Way? No, it’s one of a hundred billion galaxies. And the universe – maybe it’s countless other universes.”

― Neil deGrasse Tyson

“Asteroids have us in our sight. The dinosaurs didn’t have a space program, so they’re not here to talk about this problem. We are, and we have the power to do something about it. I don’t want to be the embarrassment of the galaxy, to have had the power to deflect an asteroid, and then not, and end up going extinct.”

― Neil deGrasse Tyson

“The Universe is under no obligation to make sense to you.”

― Neil deGrasse Tyson

“Space enthusiasts are the most susceptible demographic to delusion that I have ever seen.”

― Neil deGrasse Tyson

“If you’re going to lead a space frontier, it has to be government; it’ll never be private enterprise. Because the space frontier is dangerous, and it’s expensive, and it has unquantified risks. And under those conditions, you cannot establish a capital-market evaluation of that enterprise. You can’t get investors.”

― Neil deGrasse Tyson

“I’m perennially intrigued how people who lead largely evidence-based lives can, in a belief-based part of their mind, be certain that an invisible, divine entity created an entire universe just for us, or that the government is stockpiling space aliens in a secret desert location.”

― Neil deGrasse Tyson

“Space only becomes ordinary when the frontier is no longer being breached.”

― Neil deGrasse Tyson

“If you want a nation to have space exploration ambitions, you’ve got to send humans.”

― Neil deGrasse Tyson

“The urge to miniaturize electronics did not exist before the space program. I mean our grandparents had radios that was furniture in the living room. Nobody at the time was saying, ‘Gee, I want to carry that in my pocket.’ Which is a non-thought.”

― Neil deGrasse Tyson

“Space in general gave us GPS – that’s not specifically NASA, but it’s investments in space.”

― Neil deGrasse Tyson

“There are thousands of asteroids whose orbit in the Solar System crosses that of Earth. And we have a little acronym for them – NEOs: near Earth objects. And our biggest goal is to try to catalogue them, so we know in advance if one is going to put us at risk.”

― Neil deGrasse Tyson

“As a scientist, I want to go to Mars and back to asteroids and the Moon because I’m a scientist. But I can tell you, I’m not so naive a scientist to think that the nation might not have geopolitical reasons for going into space.”

― Neil deGrasse Tyson

“Private enterprise can never lead a space frontier. It’s not possible because a space frontier is expensive, it has unknown risks and it has unquantified risks.”

― Neil deGrasse Tyson

“There are a lot of things you can do in space, and space essentially is unlimited resources. We are climbing over ourselves here looking for the next source of energy. The universe has an unlimited source of energy.”

― Neil deGrasse Tyson

“There’s a lot to do in space. I want to learn more about the greenhouse effect on Venus, about whether there was life on Mars, about the environment in which Earth and the Sun is immersed, the behavior of the Sun.”

― Neil deGrasse Tyson

“If the United States commits to the goal of reaching Mars, it will almost certainly do so in reaction to the progress of other nations – as was the case with NASA, the Apollo program, and the project that became the International Space Station.”

― Neil deGrasse Tyson

“Google the name Prometheus, and see how often it has been given to innovations in many different fields, notably science, medicine and space exploration. The fire he stole can be seen, too, as the spark generating all artistic creativity.”

― Neil MacGregor

“I don’t see myself doing slapstick movies or being a part of them, even if they get the box office ringing. It’s not my space; I haven’t reached that point.”

― Neil Nitin Mukesh

“’Cyberspace’ is a metaphorical idea which is supposed to be the space where your consciousness is located when you’re using computer technology on the Internet, for example, and I’m not entirely sure it’s such a useful term, but I think that’s what most people mean by it.”

― Neil Postman

“It may be that we live in an endless universe, both in space and in time. And there’ve been Bangs in the past, and there will be Bangs in the future.”

― Neil Turok

“Some day we’ll move into space and start ensuring the survival of our species beyond Earth, whether it happens in a hundred years or a thousand.”

― Neil Turok

“The rockets and the satellites, spaceships that we’re creating now, we’re pollinating the universe.”

― Neil Young

“I think that ‘Elysium’ the movie is unrealistic, with the space station and everything. I think ‘Elysium’ the metaphor is completely realistic: it’s exactly where we’re going.”

― Neill Blomkamp

“I’m not scared. I always go forward, trying to create space and make my way toward the goal.”

― Neymar

“The only medium where people are truly exploring themselves and going out to experiment is the digital space.”

― Nia Sharma

“We will create life from inanimate compounds, and we will find life in space. But the life that should more immediately interest us lies between these extremes, in the middle range we all inhabit between our genes and our stars.”

― Nicholas A. Christakis

“Wilderness trails constitute a rare space in America marked by economic diversity. Lawyers and construction workers get bitten by the same mosquitoes and sip from the same streams; there are none of the usual signals about socioeconomic status, for most hikers are in shorts and a T-shirt and enveloped by an aroma that would make a skunk queasy.”

― Nicholas Kristof

“An important part of the Internet is that it provides a space for people whose identities are socially unacceptable. If it enables someone who feels minoritised to be who they want to be, it’s actually worth having other people be offensive. I’d much rather have both than have neither.”

― Nick Harkaway

“Despite global economic concerns, other nations are continuing to push forward and invest in their space capabilities. A U.S. withdrawal from the industry will only allow others to surge in their own capabilities, potentially impacting our national security and technology competitiveness in the future.”

― Nick Lampson

“Humans having any kind of sporting chance against hostile alien invaders armed with superior technology – Good luck. If they’re advanced enough to cross the enormous distances of interstellar space, they’re advanced enough to wipe us out without breaking whatever in their physiology passes for a sweat.”

― Nick Sagan

“Astonishingly powerful and poignant, ‘Gravity’ is the rarest of rares: a space survival film informed by a genuine reverence for the awe-inspiring cosmos we inhabit.”

― Nick Sagan

“’Life in space is impossible,’ we’re warned, and amidst the hypnotic beauty of these heavens, we become painfully aware of what a hostile environment space is, how unforgiving, how unsympathetic to human desires.”

― Nick Sagan

“There needs to be some standards around launching an ICO and investing in ICOs in the space, and I caution all to tread carefully until those standards emerge.”

― Nick Tomaino

“The earth together with its surrounding waters must in fact have such a shape as its shadow reveals, for it eclipses the moon with the arc of a perfect circle.”

― Nicolaus Copernicus

“In so many and such important ways, then, do the planets bear witness to the earth’s mobility.”

― Nicolaus Copernicus

“There’s nothing wrong with having a collection, but it becomes a problem when it overwhelms your space. When you’re not displaying it properly, you’re not enjoying it and it turns into clutter.”

― Niecy Nash

“The best stuff – the most interesting stuff – usually happens when I allow myself to be in the moment and working from that space.”

― Nikki Glaser

“Each guy has his own space. We all end up in one of the other guy’s rooms all the time. We always end up together, as far as people getting along.”

― Nikki Sixx

“The feeling is constantly growing on me that I had been the first to hear the greeting of one planet to another.”

― Nikola Tesla

“We was able to become real successful in the mixtape space.”

― Nipsey Hussle

“The first thing I have done for the Tejas is that their capacity to annually produce eight aircraft has now been increased to 16. I have doubled it. For which we have given enough support, we have told them that if they need additional space for testing and trials, we are willing to give it.”

― Nirmala Sitharaman

“Having a good actor as co-star is always a pleasure, as it gives you space to perform. It’s nice to work with nice actors.”

― Nithya Menen

“Working with a good artiste is always a pleasure. If you get a reaction from your co-star, then you get the space to perform well.”

― Nithya Menen

“I don’t like the idea of being connected to the world all the time. One should have space and time for oneself.”

― Nithya Menen

“I think it’s important to learn instruments, whenever one has a little space. Be eager to learn and love your instrument.”

― Nneka

“I was part of a writers’ collective with 21 writers and filmmakers called the San Francisco Writers’ Grotto. We had our own office space in this old converted dog and cat hospital, and we had a basketball hoop outside. I’d bring my dog to work every day and write.”

― Noah Hawley

“I’ve got a beautiful kitchen, which looks like a ’60s version of space, with silver chrome, orange glass work surfaces, and brown leather, and it’s entirely visual and has little function. I’ve hardly got any knives, and there’s only one wooden spoon and one saucepan. But I think I’ve got a cheese grater, so that’s good.”

― Noel Fielding

“The combination of me and Raftaar sharing screen space together is in itself fire!”

― Nora Fatehi

“I’m an artiste… I dance, I act, and I do a lot of things that’s got to do with arts, and that’s my space. I feel happiest in that space.”

― Nora Fatehi

“What was most significant about the lunar voyage was not that men set foot on the moon but that they set eye on the earth.”

― Norman Cousins

“We’re trying to improve everyone. It doesn’t matter if he cost £10 million, £15 million, £200 million. There is always space to do something better.”

― Nuno Espirito Santo

“After working so hard in ‘PKP 1,’ I made a space for myself in the film world. Why would I give it away to somebody else? Shouldn’t I be benefitted from that image if I have created something for myself?”

― Nushrat Bharucha

“I don’t know how much of a market there is for space opera. Just because it’s in the movies doesn’t mean magazines are buying it.”

― Octavia E. Butler

“In the works of Duchamp, space begins to walk and take on form; it becomes a machine that spins arguments and philosophizes; it resists movement with delay and delay with irony.”

― Octavio Paz

“I was a super active kid, so I’ve always been aware of where my body is in space, and I think when I had my legs amputated, it makes you more aware of your body, and because I don’t use my legs, I use more of my hands.”

― Oksana Masters

“We are seeing more managed money and, to an extent, institutional money entering the space. Anecdotally speaking, I know of many people who are working at hedge funds or other investment managers who are trading cryptocurrency personally, the question is, when do people start doing it with their firms and funds?”

― Olaf Carlson-Wee

“You have got to be one step ahead, as a striker, to create that space you need. Apart from the ball, when you’re a striker, it is space that’s your best friend. You need space.”

― Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

“I realised when I was a striker that when I ended up wide on the left or right, it can be so much easier to get space and face defenders up.”

― Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

“I don’t think I’m the world’s most die-hard sci-fi fan, but I definitely grew up watching ‘Star Trek’ religiously – all of them: the original, ‘Next Generation,’ ‘Deep Space Nine,’ ‘Voyager.’ I think sci-fi has an important place in the cinema world. Fantasy is a big part of why films actually exist.”

― Olivia Thirlby

“Black people, we are fully deserving of the room and space to fully express our humanity. This is what Black Lives Matter is truly about.”

― Opal Tometi

“Being in the immigrant rights space, I’ve heard a lot of transactional talk with questions like, ‘When will black people show up for immigrants?’”

― Opal Tometi

“Acting is about going into the space, and there are just some places that I’m not willing to go.”

― Oprah Winfrey

“All these things that we’ve contemplated, whether it’s space travel or solutions to diseases that plague us, Ebola virus, all of these things would be a lot more tractable if the machines are trying to solve these problems.”

― Oren Etzioni

“The true God He has extension, and form, and dimensions. He occupies space; has a body, parts, and passions; can go from place to place. He can eat, drink, and talk.”

― Orson Pratt

“God the Father and God the Son cannot be everywhere present; indeed they cannot be even in two places at the same instant: but God the Holy Spirit is omnipresent – it extends through all space, with all other matter.”

― Orson Pratt

“Each atom of the Holy Spirit is intelligent, and like all other matter has solidity, form, and size, and occupies space.”

― Orson Pratt

“Metaphors have a way of holding the most truth in the least space.”

― Orson Scott Card

“All of us salute the ITU’s excellent work in the telecommunications space. It has set standards which encourage investment in infrastructure and ensure that a call made from Europe or America connects smoothly in Kenya or anywhere in the world.”

― Ory Okolloh

“There is no reason to design buildings that are more basic and rectilinear, because with concrete you can cover almost any space.”

― Oscar Niemeyer

“Not all ideas will be accepted, but every idea deserves its own space, and every idea deserves to be expressed.”

― P. Chidambaram

“Space has always been confusing to politics.”

― P. J. O’Rourke

“Obama’s space policy doesn’t differ much from George W. Bush’s.”

― P. J. O’Rourke

“What Alexander Graham Bell thought up occupied less space than a flower vase. Now it’s so small that I have to search all my pockets to discover I’ve received a spam text.”

― P. J. O’Rourke

“A ‘farm’ today means 100,000 chickens in a space the size of a Motel 6 shower stall.”

― P. J. O’Rourke

“The words ‘Space Age’ have a quaint, nostalgic tone – sitting on midcentury modern furniture watching ‘The Jetsons.’”

― P. J. O’Rourke

“I don’t have any stigma attached to my body. When I’m in my own private space, I have very little on.”

― Padma Lakshmi

“I think the adoption rate with respect to social media and how companies leverage that varies by the company. Cisco is probably a leader in the space. A lot of times, we actually use virtual ways to communicate our brand and do some of our advertising, first on the social space, then we do on physical advertising.”

― Padmasree Warrior

“The Internet really offered a space for me to thrive.”

― Paloma Elsesser

“’Floating Worlds,’ published in 1975 and the lone science fiction novel by acclaimed historical novelist Cecelia Holland, was unique in being completely devoid of the usual pulp influences present in much space opera up to that time.”

― Pamela Sargent

“National independence, and the preceding political struggles, helped create the space for literary creation in many post-colonial countries. Much of modern Indian or Chinese literature is inconceivable without the political movement for freedom from foreign rule.”

― Pankaj Mishra

“When we talk about dystopias, especially in young adult fiction, a lot of them are essentially science fictional futures. They aren’t necessarily tied to the traditional concept of dystopia. And so in that space, my impression is that kids love reading about weird, wild, adventurous places, and dystopia fits that bill.”

― Paolo Bacigalupi

“Once Liverpool go ahead, they are dangerous because it becomes hard to find space to break them down, especially if you are not playing all that brilliantly.”

― Paolo Maldini

“Looking at the trends that we have gone through as a company, where we started the company, it’s all about cloud computing, and we’re still cloud computing. And then we went through this space on social. When Facebook came out, that was amazing.”

― Parker Harris

“By flattening time and space, social computing and business is unlocking credible potential within business. For example, individuals and organizations that weren’t connected before are now connected together.”

― Parker Harris

“I like the two worlds coming together in the Internet space, which is so up for grabs… It all struck me when I heard about Twitter and Instagram, how it’s like notes you pass in class. If someone’s passing you a note, you really should be doing something else, and instead you’re like, oh, ‘What are you doing?’”

― Parker Posey

“We need women in cinema to know first that they have a safe space to open up about their struggles without being judged and marginalised.”

― Parvathy

“If you want to do something, you’ll find the space to do it.”

― Parvathy

“I want to make the work space more dignified and safe for women.”

― Parvathy

“I think I just look extremely normal, like just a sort of fairly trendy bearded bloke. Whereas Ed, you’d know it’s Ed Sheeran from space, you know; you can see him from anywhere.”

― Passenger

“I believe that there may be intelligent life on other planets.”

― Pat Buckley

“Cyberpunk was really a reaction against old boy sci-fi which was about white guys in space who would come up with some kind of technological thing.”

― Pat Cadigan

“Knowledge born of the finest discrimination takes us to the farthest shore. It is intuitive, omniscient, and beyond all divisions of time and space.”

― Patanjali

“I need space to grow and get old and be a human being. I don’t want to be trapped in your ingenue bubble. And I don’t agree with it either, by the way.”

― Patricia Arquette

“If you’re building a consumer app, you’re necessarily coupled to the intrinsic time cycle of human fashion in that it’s a fashion-driven space, and we see that in the cycle of these various apps. I think for infrastructure that that just naturally tends to play out over a longer time horizon.”

― Patrick Collison

“But a city is more than a place in space, it is a drama in time.”

― Patrick Geddes

“For me personally, I try to use my size to my advantage where I can either slip by guys or try to create more space for myself.”

― Patrick Kane

“Recently, I looked back at my first manuscripts and was struck by the lack of space, of breath. That’s exactly how it felt, back then… like I was suffocating.”

― Patrick Modiano

“Politically speaking, Miami-Dade was once a Republican stronghold, thanks in large part to older Cuban voters who became more politically influential following the Bay of Pigs invasion. In contrast, Democrats used to rely on votes in North Florida and the Space Coast in an era of much softer partisanship.”

― Patrick Murphy

“There’s a latter-day notion that artsy hippie types in the 1960s disdained the space program. Not in my experience they didn’t. We watched, transfixed with reverence, not even making rude remarks about President Nixon during his phone call to the astronauts.”

― Patrick Nielsen Hayden

“I think space will be conquered through the mind rather than the clumsy medium of space travel.”

― Patrick Troughton

“Tamir Rice, Tanisha Anderson, Mya Hall, Walter Scott, Sandra Bland – these names are important. They’re inherently important, and the space that #BlackLivesMatter held and continues to hold helped propel the conversation around the state-sanctioned violence they experienced.”

― Patrisse Cullors

“I like having the space of my own project.”

― Patti Scialfa

“I was only in second grade when the Russian Cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin became the first man in space. The night of his launch – April 12, 1961 – I went out onto the front porch and stared up at the stars, trying to see his capsule passing overhead. Like millions of others, I was enthralled by the idea of space exploration and have been ever since.”

― Paul Allen

“As a species, we’ve always been discoverers and adventurers, and space and the deep ocean are some of the last frontiers.”

― Paul Allen

“My quest to expand access to space began more than a decade ago, when I teamed up with Burt Rutan at Scaled Composites to build SpaceShipOne. This innovative air-launched vehicle was the world’s first private spacecraft to carry an astronaut into sub-orbital space.”

― Paul Allen

“As always, space remains an unforgiving frontier, and the skies overhead will surely present obstacles and setbacks that must be overcome. But hard challenges demand fresh approaches, and I’m optimistic that Stratolaunch will yield transformative benefits – not only for scientists and space entrepreneurs, but for all of us.”

― Paul Allen

“Astronauts have been stuck in low-Earth orbit, boldly going nowhere. American attempts to kick-start a new phase of lunar exploration have stalled amid the realisation that NASA’s budget is too small for the job.”

― Paul Davies

“Perhaps the best motivation for going to Mars is political. It is obvious that no single nation currently has either the will or the resources to do it alone, but a consortium of nations and space agencies could achieve it within 20 years.”

― Paul Davies

“Things changed with the discovery of neutron stars and black holes – objects with gravitational fields so intense that dramatic space and time-warping effects occur.”

― Paul Davies

“After my debut didn’t go very well with Holt, I needed to be in a healthier head space. I was happy to emerge from there. You will always have those negative thoughts as a writer, but you can’t let them take over. If you let them take over, those are the real page killers.”

― Paul G. Tremblay

“I’ve always held the view that great states need strategic space. I mean, George Washington took his space from George III. Britain took it from just about everybody. Russia took all of Eastern Europe. Germany’s taken it from everywhere they can, and China will want its space too.”

― Paul Keating

“It cannot be right in a world of increasing human progress – whether in medicine, space exploration or renewable energy – that so many people are denied the most basic human rights.”

― Paul Polman

“Graphic Design, which fulfills aesthetic needs, complies with the laws of form and exigencies of two-dimensional space; which speaks in semiotics, sans-serifs, and geometrics; which abstracts, transforms, translates, rotates, dilates, repeats, mirrors, groups, and regroups, is not good design if it is irrelevant.”

― Paul Rand

“’Elusive’ is the word that immediately springs to mind when I think about Messi’s style of play. You think you have an eye on him and then – blink – he has gone, only to reappear somewhere else in space, with the ball.”

― Paul Scholes

“Substance must emanate from spirit and is nothing else than the record of the spirit’s conception of itself finding expression in space and time.”

― Paul Twitchell

“You know what I’m intrigued by? Like, space and wormholes and Stephen Hawking’s theories and Richard Dawkins’s theories. That’s what I care about.”

― Peaches Geldof

“If you look at the old ‘Mod Squad’s, there was a lot of space in between our dialogue.”

― Peggy Lipton

“We want people to continue learning new things about what space does to the human body. It’s important for us to understand that and make sure when we get ready to fly to Mars that we are ready for what we’re going to be exposed to.”

― Peggy Whitson

“There is a potential to be a big explosion of what spaceflight is gonna mean to just an everyday person in the near future. I think it’s very hopeful for our young people: all the exciting things that they could be doing in the future relative to space and space exploration.”

― Peggy Whitson

“In space for a short time, I think most people could survive that. If you’re sending an average person who’s healthy for a short period of time, I think that’s quite doable.”

― Peggy Whitson

“Space flight’s good for age; I have a lot less wrinkles up here. It’s a good place to be as you get older.”

― Peggy Whitson

“To be able to float and move around and, pretty much effortlessly, do whatever you want with your body in space is pretty amazing.”

― Peggy Whitson

“After floating for nine and a half months in space, gravity is not your friend.”

― Peggy Whitson

“My desire to contribute to the spaceflight team as we move forward in our exploration of space has only increased over the years.”

― Peggy Whitson

“I think probably the discoveries made by Hubble Space Telescope have been very dramatic, very amazing.”

― Peggy Whitson

“I think the International Space Station is providing a key bridge from us living on Earth to going somewhere into deep space.”

― Peggy Whitson

“Anyone that’s ever gone to space is always wanting to go back.”

― Peggy Whitson

“One of the things I think is really cool that we’re testing on board the International Space Station is the water reclamation system.”

― Peggy Whitson

“The first time I went into space was just so much more than you could imagine or prepare yourself for.”

― Peggy Whitson

“Walking in space is absolutely the most exhilarating part of a mission. The view is just incredible.”

― Peggy Whitson

“I love working at NASA, but the part that has been the most satisfying on a day-to-day basis, hour-to-hour, minute-to-minute, has been working on board the space station. Even if I’m just cleaning the vents in the fans, it all is important.”

― Peggy Whitson

“One thing that flying in space does for you is it gives you a change in perspective. We all have to live in the same place.”

― Peggy Whitson

“I think the legacy of the space station will be that we can do something this technically complex in an international way.”

― Peggy Whitson

“I do think space hotels are probably in our future.”

― Peggy Whitson

“Even if my job for the day is cleaning the vents or fixing the toilet, it still feels good to be a part of the space program and advancing exploration.”

― Peggy Whitson

“Hopefully, we will get more and more people interested in doing research in space. I think eventually it’s also going to be a great commercial market.”

― Peggy Whitson

“When I was a kid, politicians wanted to avoid talking about religion if they could. John F. Kennedy couldn’t duck the issue, being Catholic and all. So how did he address it? By reminding Americans that religion shouldn’t be an issue, that he was concentrating on big things like poverty and hunger and leading the space race.”

― Penn Jillette

“When you’re out on the touchline, like a winger, it is easier to play. You see everything: the mess, the crowd, the activity is all inside. When you play inside, you don’t see anything in there because so much is happening in such a small space and all around you.”

― Pep Guardiola

“A new product, technology, or innovation – such as Bitcoin – has the potential to give rise both to frauds and high-risk investment opportunities. Potential investors can be easily enticed with the promise of high returns in a new investment space and also may be less skeptical when assessing something novel, new, and cutting-edge.”

― Perianne Boring

“The first news event I understood as a small child was the loss of the space shuttle Challenger, which President Reagan eloquently mourned from the Oval that evening.”

― Pete Buttigieg

“Those of us who work in politics can only make ourselves useful if our heads are filled with things that we can contribute to the political space.”

― Pete Buttigieg

“I think the Space Shuttle is worth one billion dollars a launch. I think that it is worth two billion dollars for what it does. I think the Shuttle is worth it for the work it does.”

― Pete Conrad

“I don’t think of ‘Monsters, Inc.’ as existing in the same space as Carl Frederickson from ‘Up,’ or whatever, you know? They seem like completely different universes to me.”

― Pete Docter

“I could be anywhere. I just need my space to work.”

― Pete Doherty

“You will never have enough space in a tabloid paper to compete with the ‘New York Times’ on foreign coverage.”

― Pete Hamill

“I can take any empty space and call it a bare stage. A man walks across this empty space whilst someone else is watching him, and this is all that is needed for an act of theatre to be engaged.”

― Peter Brook

“Through a shared aim, shared needs, shared love of a shared result in theatre, from the creation of space… the coming-together of an endlessly repeated climax of shared performance, again and again, something special can appear.”

― Peter Brook

“Cool things happen. Ace’s guitar flies through space, goes through a hole, and blows up. I throw drumsticks and they come flying at you.”

― Peter Criss

“I’m always involved with the Aerospace Program and NASA and Goddard Space Flight Center. And if kids feel so inclined, they can log onto NASA and the Optimus Prime Spinoff Award, which we present every year to some of the brilliant young minds that are taking up into the academics of space, science, technology, math.”

― Peter Cullen

“Space is an inspirational concept that allows you to dream big.”

― Peter Diamandis

“I don’t think the space station is innovative. Going to the moon was innovative because we had no idea how to do it.”

― Peter Diamandis

“In 1980, during my sophomore year at MIT, I realized that the school didn’t have a student space organization. I made posters for a group I called Students for the Exploration and Development of Space and put them up all over campus. Thirty-five people showed up. It was the first thing I ever organized, and it took off!”

― Peter Diamandis

“Mining asteroids will ultimately benefit humanity on and off the Earth in a multitude of ways.”

― Peter Diamandis

“Back in 2007, I had the opportunity to meet Professor Stephen Hawking through the X PRIZE Foundation. In my first conversation with him I learned that he was passionate about flying into space someday.”

― Peter Diamandis

“Revealing water in significant quantities on the Moon could truly be a turning point in space exploration.”

― Peter Diamandis

“Since the age of 6, I’ve always wanted to go to space.”

― Peter Diamandis

“The communications industry has been tremendously successful, but we need to build the railroads and the oil wells and the gold mines of space.”

― Peter Diamandis

“You cannot just be working in a vast, air-conditioned loft space and think you are going to make a decent painting. Francis Bacon had a special studio built, and he felt completely emasculated in there. I have to be somewhere comfortable.”

― Peter Doig

“Space opera has always given authors a way to include a vast array of ideas and concepts. The opportunities it provides are limitless. Long may it reign.”

― Peter F. Hamilton

“Some days, I just love the physical space of the theater. I love theaters; they are heartbreakingly beautiful to me.”

― Peter Hermann

“I think everybody’s the same. I think we’re all entitled to our space, and I like to treat everybody like that.”

― Peter Jason

“In the space of a decade, China and India have emerged as dramatic, dynamic competitors.”

― Peter Mandelson

“Firstly, people take for granted that the E.U. has created the biggest economic space in the world.”

― Peter Mandelson

“Most actors I know come from a screwed up background, so it makes sense that if you can walk on to a space and recreate your reality, then that’s the place that will become very dear.”

― Peter Mullan

“It seems to be that southern Europeans are just more intimate socially, whereas I like a lot of personal space – like, a mile from the nearest person is fine for me.”

― Peter Steele

“I’m not from a theatrical background where people do like to work it out on some stage space.”

― Peter Weir

“My buildings should have an emotional core – a space which, in itself, has an emotional nice feeling.”

― Peter Zumthor

“I think space, architectural space, is my thing. It’s not about facade, elevation, making image, making money. My passion is creating space.”

― Peter Zumthor

“I work a little bit like a sculptor. When I start, my first idea for a building is with the material. I believe architecture is about that. It’s not about paper, it’s not about forms. It’s about space and material.”

― Peter Zumthor

“For me, art doesn’t stop at the gallery space.”

― Petra Collins

“Curating, in the modern sense, is something I gravitate to. Taking different ideas from a bunch of different places and putting them into one place or space, a story that makes sense or a new idea. Everything is remixed and taken from other things to make something new.”

― Petra Collins

“When I do an editorial or when I do a campaign, I bring that lens to every space.”

― Petra Collins

“I did try to write in Iraq, and I failed. I think you just don’t have the brain space for it.”

― Phil Klay

“We will build in Britain a cyber strike capability so we can strike back in cyber space against enemies who attack us, putting cyber alongside land, sea, air and space as a mainstream military activity.”

― Philip Hammond

“Architecture is basically the design of interiors, the art of organizing interior space.”

― Philip Johnson

“Architecture is the art of how to waste space.”

― Philip Johnson

“All architecture is shelter, all great architecture is the design of space that contains, cuddles, exalts, or stimulates the persons in that space.”

― Philip Johnson

“The universe is information and we are stationary in it, not three dimensional and not in space or time.”

― Philip K. Dick

“I think the context of an hour-long drama gives breathing space that you don’t get in a film.”

― Philip Kerr

“I’ve just written a very gritty, non-magical take on the King Arthur legend, ‘Here Lies Arthur,’ and I’m currently toying with some other historical ideas, as well as working with the illustrator David Wyatt on some sequels to my Victorian space opera ‘Larklight.’”

― Philip Reeve

“I have conquered my space in four, five years and never had any problems with anyone – the fans, the board, my team-mates, the coaching staff. That has not changed.”

― Philippe Coutinho

“I started playing futsal in the favela because it was the closest pitch to where we lived. I think it was good for me, playing in a small space like that. You have to think and act quickly.”

― Philippe Coutinho

“In Canada, we have so much land, so much space, and so few people.”

― Philippe Falardeau

“We also had to bring with us some desired scientific equipment over to the station as well as assemble new machines. For that, I had to conduct two space walks.”

― Philippe Perrin

“I think that witnessing ecological problems visible from space is one of the new and essential roles of astronauts.”

― Philippe Perrin

“Especially when I first really started to work with Kenneth and Franklin, who had been in space already. And so, they were able to talk about space and tell me a few things about how things would really happen.”

― Philippe Perrin

“And everything stopped quite rapidly because I knew that nobody in Europe was able to go to space. It was the privilege of being either American or Russian.”

― Philippe Perrin

“My mother took my brother and I to a production of ‘The Tempest’, and it was in this very small – it could have been the basement of a church or a black box. The space was vast, but there were maybe 15 seats in the middle. Ariel came out wearing a nude sparkly thong and spike heels, and the muses had these gossamer see-through gowns on.”

― Phillipa Soo

“While education is hugely important, the ways in which women are portrayed in their communities are equally important. Portraying women as victims keeps women in a captive space and denies them of their agency: their ability to fight back and take ownership of their situation.”

― Philomena Kwao

“Nearly everybody I know does something to try to remove herself to clear her head and to have enough time and space to think… All of us instinctively feel that something inside us is crying out for more spaciousness and stillness to offset the exhilarations of this movement and the fun and diversion of the modern world.”

― Pico Iyer

“The rhythm of relations of color and size makes the absolute appear in the relativity of time and space.”

― Piet Mondrian

“When hosting a party, move any clutter from the space where you’re entertaining.”

― Pippa Middleton

“It is strange, but nobody is shocked when pop singers make a fortune in the space of two years.”

― Placido Domingo

“The satellite and digital space is where the audience for ‘Cabaret’ lies: a discerning lot who don’t rush to the cinema hall on the first day, first show, and prefer instead to consume their entertainment at their time and comfort.”

― Pooja Bhatt

“A just laicism allows religious freedom. The state does not impose religion but rather gives space to religions with a responsibility toward civil society, and therefore it allows these religions to be factors in building up society.”

― Pope Benedict XVI

“Change doesn’t come from staying in your safe space.”

― Prabal Gurung

“It is very difficult to come up with new things in action genre. I try what all I can change and give something different; I try my best to do whatever I can in the same space.”

― Prabhu Deva

“I have my chops in organizing, and I know how to create political space through movement building.”

― Pramila Jayapal

“Gays and lesbians gained rights in this country though activism and organizing, creating political space and demanding change so that lawmakers and justices could do what they knew was right. That organizing allowed Americans to get to know gays and lesbians as our daughters and sons, our neighbors, and our friends.”

― Pramila Jayapal

“Regardless of who is elected president in 2016, we all still live together. Each of us has a different role to play, but we all have to hold the collective space for movement-building together. It’s the only way we move forward.”

― Pramila Jayapal

“It’s a very defined area, Newfoundland. It’s an island – Labrador is a huge empty space. It’s a very defined area with a very few number of people.”

― Princess Anne

“I was offered a few shows, but the money didn’t work out, but I’m not very keen on judging such shows. I’m happy in my space as a composer.”

― Pritam Chakraborty

“Evidence has been mounting for the key role that black holes play in the process of galaxy formation. But it now appears that they are likely the prima donnas of this space opera.”

― Priyamvada Natarajan

“We are not going to be able to operate our Spaceship Earth successfully nor for much longer unless we see it as a whole spaceship and our fate as common. It has to be everybody or nobody.”

― R. Buckminster Fuller

“The most important thing about Spaceship Earth – an instruction book didn’t come with it.”

― R. Buckminster Fuller

“I got space from Travis Air Force Base, went back to the Philippine Islands and made it a point to meet the only American casting director in the Philippines. I was off and running.”

― R. Lee Ermey

“NASA asked me to create meals for the space shuttle. Thai chicken was the favorite. I flew in a fake space shuttle, but I have no desire to go into space after seeing the toilet.”

― Rachael Ray

“I eat healthily, I do ballet and exercise, and I’m toned and tight, but I take up space, and I don’t aspire to anorexia.”

― Rachael Stirling

“You don’t have to choose between June Cleaver or Barbara Walters. There are miles of space between them.”

― Rachel Campos-Duffy

“All I remember is the last time I played a videogame, it was Space Invaders.”

― Rachel Dratch

“Young girls in particular aren’t given a space to be messy and complicated and express themselves and experiment – they’re told to be a little quieter and a little less than.”

― Rachel Keller

“Tone is somewhat totalising in that, once I locate it, it tells me what kind of syntax to use, what word choices to make, how much white space to leave on the page, what sentence length, what the rhythmic patterning will be. If I can’t find the tone, I sometimes try narrating through the point of view of someone else.”

― Rachel Kushner

“Some writers think that fiction is the space of great neutrality where all humans share the same concerns, and we are all alike. I don’t think so. I’m interested in class warfare because I think it’s real.”

― Rachel Kushner

“There’s something so inspiring about being in real locations, where you can feel the tactile qualities from the layer of paint that has been chipping off and the hundreds of years that have been lived in the space.”

― Rachel Morrison

“My weekends are oases of time and space, where I am able to draw a breath and dive into the stuff I couldn’t get to that week – the great article I bookmarked, the friend whose emails I kept dropping, the blog post I’d meant to write on a subject that wasn’t timely but was still important.”

― Rachel Sklar

“New York apartments are notoriously small, and my cute little studio is no exception – space is at a premium, which is one of the reasons that I only have a mini-fridge. Great for leftovers, cheese, and chilling Diet Coke.”

― Rachel Sklar

“In a field like acting, there is pressure of all kinds, and it becomes tricky to navigate this space. There isn’t a particular path laid out to get what you want; you have to figure out ways to get there on your own. And yet, there is no guarantee of getting what you want. At times, you don’t know whom to listen to or whose advice to follow.”

― Radhika Apte

“I understand that when you become a public figure, people pay more attention to you, but my personal life is my space.”

― Radhika Apte

“As I studied in a girls’ school and a girls’ college, I am comfortable in the space where other girls are involved. If you see ‘Moggina Manasu,’ which was my first release, there were four of us girls sharing screen space.”

― Radhika Pandit

“I thought that there must be an easier way to explain how a gravitational wave interacts with matter: If one just looked at the most primitive thing of all, 3D floating masses out in space, and look at how the space between them changed because of the gravitational wave coming between them.”

― Rainer Weiss

“You know the Einstein waves can be thought of as a distortion of space and time. But the way we see it, we see it as a distortion of space. And space is enormously stiff. You can’t squish it; you can’t change its dimensions so easily.”

― Rainer Weiss

“Space is much stiffer than you imagine; it’s stiffer than a gigantic piece of iron. That’s why it’s taken so damned long to detect gravitational waves: to deform space takes an enormous amount of energy, and there are only so many things that have enough.”

― Rainer Weiss

“We create the technology to connect the world. We are a large network company and not restricted to just the telecom space.”

― Rajeev Suri

“One of the things that we can say with confidence is that we will have much lighter, much stronger materials, and this will reduce the cost of air flight, and the cost of rockets.”

― Ralph Merkle

“Lighter computers and lighter sensors would let you have more function in a given weight, which is very important if you are launching things into space, and you have to pay by the pound to put things there.”

― Ralph Merkle

“The intuition of the moral sentiment is an insight of the perfection of the laws of the soul. These laws execute themselves. They are out of time, out of space, and not subject to circumstance.”

― Ralph Waldo Emerson

“I like to space out my work.”

― Ram Charan

“We are moving into a phase where what was once alternative cinema is becoming mainstream. I like being in that space.”

― Rana Daggubati

“I love to be in the entertainment space, and my aim is to create new content and entertain people, whether it’s in movies or on TV.”

― Rana Daggubati

“I co-founded Affectiva with Professor Rosalind W. Picard when we spun out of MIT Media Lab in 2009. I acted as Chief Technology and Science Officer for several years until becoming CEO mid-2016, one of a handful of female CEOs in the AI space.”

― Rana el Kaliouby

“As a member of the House Subcommittee on Space and Aeronautics, I am a firm believer in the American space program.”

― Randy Forbes

“Space exploration is important research to our economic and national defense, and America’s space program is a symbol of our success as a scientifically and technologically advanced nation.”

― Randy Forbes

“Now with the Internet, a celebrity is fair game, and it’s all designed to sell advertising space.”

― Randy Quaid

“I just always wanted to be left alone to go into a creative space.”

― Randy Quaid

“I think there is a lot of space for people to love who they love, and a lot of space for actors to carve a niche for themselves.”

― Rani Mukerji

“I went to film school, trained as a director, have made a lot of movies, and taken a lot of photographs, so I tend to envision things spatially. As I’m working, I need to have a map of the space. I need to know what’s happening in all corners simultaneously.”

― Ransom Riggs

“Anywhere in the world, there is royal food, and there is commoner food. Essentially, eat at the restaurant or eat on the street. But Indian food evolved in three spaces. Home kitchens were a big space for food evolution, and we have never given them enough credit.”

― Ranveer Brar

“It may seem that with the new breed of actors – Arjun, Varun, Siddharth, Ayushmann, Sushant – there is suddenly too much of a hustle to make space for oneself, but acting is subjective. And we motivate one another.”

― Ranveer Singh

“You can binge a TV series or watch a reality show, and they’re not innocent. They take a lot of room in your brain, and you don’t have any space left for your own thoughts. They give you a scripted reality. It’s an ideological tool.”

― Raoul Peck

“I love living in Brooklyn. Originally I moved there because I could enjoy a bigger space for less money than I would ever get in Manhattan.”

― Raquel Zimmermann

“I’d begun to collect things that were lying in piles on the floor of my studio. I had run out of space, and I started to build shelves. I turned around one day and realized that that was the vehicle for carrying so many of the things that I was looking at and talking about, so they went from the walls to the works.”

― Rashid Johnson

“My father ran a CB radio business. I grew up in a cluttered space that was filled with radios and antennas. It felt alien.”

― Rashid Johnson

“For me, all the materials and objects I employ come from a specific space that’s very personal.”

― Rashid Johnson

“The whole ability to look at the complexity of race and any sort of associated -ism and still find humor, that’s a very interesting space.”

― Rashid Johnson

“The opportunity to create wealth in foreign banks exists only in the investment banking space. Working in a local company teaches you to think long term.”

― Ravi Subramanian

“When you write, you put your thoughts in the public space. You get both positive and negative feedback.”

― Ravi Subramanian

“My favourite authors are John Grisham and Jeffrey Archer. Grisham rapidly established himself and now completely owns the legal space of fiction writing, something I want to do in financial space. I like Archer because he keeps his readers engaged: every chapter is a page turner, and he keeps his writing simple.”

― Ravi Subramanian

“As a team, we’re all inside a bubble. Each of us only has so much room to operate. You have to carve out your space and recognize that because of someone else’s needs, you might have to compromise a bit.”

― Ray Allen

“We’ve gotta reinvest in space travel. We should’ve never left the moon.”

― Ray Bradbury

“I’m never going to go to Mars, but I’ve helped inspire, thank goodness, the people who built the rockets and sent our photographic equipment off to Mars.”

― Ray Bradbury

“I need space between me and the audience – and the more space the better.”

― Ray LaMontagne

“The Internet is a politically contested space.”

― Rebecca MacKinnon

“I fell in love with the young adult space watching ‘Dawson’s Creek’ and ‘Roswell.’ I’ve been a fan my whole life, and it was always a dream of mine to contribute to that area.”

― Rebecca Serle

“More and more I think of privatisation as being not just about the takeover of resources and power by corporate interests, but as the retreat of citizens to private life and private space, screened from solidarity with strangers and increasingly afraid or even unable to imagine acting in public.”

― Rebecca Solnit

“We talk about politicians being in public life, but they seldom appear in the public space where everyone is free to appear as a citizen.”

― Rebecca Solnit

“Journalism: an ability to meet the challenge of filling the space.”

― Rebecca West

“What’s got me excited about the education space is the growth of the Internet over the next 10, 20, 30 years.”

― Reed Hastings

“The competitive landscape for us is very broad. We see ourselves in the entertainment space. We compete with listening to the radio. We compete with watching TV. We compete with social networks.”

― Reggie Fils-Aime

“’Yoshi’s Woolly World’ for young families and new entrants into the overall video gaming space, I think, is going to be a hardware driver.”

― Reggie Fils-Aime

“We believe that there are a number of Nintendo titles that could do exceptionally well in the competitive play space.”

― Reggie Fils-Aime

“I’ve been thinking a lot about space. It was one of those slow-motion realisations how little we are, how far we are from everything else in our solar system. This idea of distance started kind of haunting me. How do you go forth and accomplish things but not end up leaving everything you started out with in the dust?”

― Regina Spektor

“In order to be stimulated or moved in the future, we probably have to go into space and look at our world from there.”

― Rei Kawakubo

“Broadly, the meaning of life comes from how we interact with each other. The Internet can reconfigure space so that the right people are always next to each other.”

― Reid Hoffman

“We felt it was very important for an entity like CCTV to make its presence felt… To generate a space and to define a space, that is the main thing.”

― Rem Koolhaas

“At this point we’ve answered about every question you could possibly imagine about Deep Space Nine, so we do this thing called Theatrical Jazz, where we do a show of bits and pieces of things from plays and literature, poetry… stuff that we like. It’s fun.”

― Rene Auberjonois

“I witnessed the building of the Space Shuttle Columbia, the first orbiter to be launched into space.”

― Rene Burri

“When we judge, we are always in a psychic space which is circular.”

― Rene Girard

“I asked someone once why he liked Jean-Michel’s work and why it was being singled out for acclaim, and he said, ‘Because it looks like art.’ But then again, art doesn’t always look like art at first. The way the space shuttle that lifts off doesn’t much resemble the space shuttle as it lands.”

― Rene Ricard

“A piazza is not a plaza. The plaza is the theme park of the piazza; the plaza is the commercial version. A piazza is an empty space with no function. This is what Europeans understand.”

― Renzo Piano

“When I’m in the best physical shape of my life, I’m in the best professional space. I can track the connection between the two.”

― Reshma Saujani

“I’ll never get my chest tatted up, and I’m not big on tattoos on the legs. I’m running out of space on my body; I’d like to get more but I haven’t figured out where I’ll put them or what I want to get.”

― Rey Mysterio

“I think ‘Overlord’ has definitely benefited because I work with every single level designer, and working where we have space to tell the story. That’s what it’s all about – getting writers and storytellers involved in the team and being a back and forth process.”

― Rhianna Pratchett

“As an actor, our very palette is one of imagination. So it is a walk onto an empty space and then imagine the world beyond it is what we do.”

― Rhys Ifans

“Space Mountain may be the oldest ride in the park, but it has the longest line.”

― Ric Flair

“We have one planet in our solar system that’s habitable, and that’s the Earth, and space travel can transform things back here for the better. First of all, by just having people go to space and look back on this fragile planet we live on. People have come back transformed and have done fantastic things.”

― Richard Branson

“With Virgin, I’ve just loved creating things. And as a private company, I can get away with moving Virgin from records to airlines to train companies to space companies to whatever, without ever having to worry about analysts knocking the value of my stock.”

― Richard Branson

“Probably the closest things to perfection are the huge absolutely empty holes that astronomers have recently discovered in space. If there’s nothing there, how can anything go wrong?”

― Richard Brautigan

“Bad movies: they can be tatty classics of crazed ineptitude, like Edward D. Wood’s ‘Glen or Glenda’ and ‘Plan 9 from Outer Space,’ or big-budget misfires like the 1987 ‘Ishtar,’ a would-be comedy that sent Warren Beatty and Dustin Hoffman on a Hope-Crosby Road to Dystopia.”

― Richard Corliss

“Mausoleum air and anguished pauses: If this production were a poem, it would be mostly white space.”

― Richard Corliss

“’Interstellar’ may never equal the blast of scientific speculation and cinematic revelation that was Stanley Kubrick’s ‘2001: A Space Odyssey,’ but its un-Earthly vistas are spectral and spectacular.”

― Richard Corliss

“Throughout the movies’ golden age, the Western enriched Hollywood financially and artistically. But in the 1970s, the genre lost its audience appeal to fantasy films of the ‘Star Wars’ stripe, which told more or less the same story – elemental animosities leading to an armed showdown – but at a faster tempo, and in outer space.”

― Richard Corliss

“Science has taught us, against all intuition, that apparently solid things like crystals and rocks are really almost entirely composed of empty space. And the familiar illustration is the nucleus of an atom is a fly in the middle of a sports stadium, and the next atom is in the next sports stadium.”

― Richard Dawkins

“We humans are an extremely important manifestation of the replication bomb, because it is through us – through our brains, our symbolic culture and our technology – that the explosion may proceed to the next stage and reverberate through deep space.”

― Richard Dawkins

“Supremely, spiritual directors/mentors/pastors are persons who have a sense of being ‘established’ in God. Otherwise they are too dangerous to be allowed into the soul space of others.”

― Richard Foster

“The heart looks into space to be away from earth.”

― Richard Jefferies

“I’d always had a hankering to write some old-school sword and sorcery. And there certainly are advantages to that particular form – for one thing, you’re able to go all-out on the imaginative front, with a lot less concern for the usual unities of time and space and character.”

― Richard K. Morgan

“The spiritual element, the really important part of religion, has no concern with Time and Space, temporary mundane laws, or conduct.”

― Richard Le Gallienne

“Einstein’s gravitational theory, which is said to be the greatest single achievement of theoretical physics, resulted in beautiful relations connecting gravitational phenomena with the geometry of space; this was an exciting idea.”

― Richard P. Feynman

“My dream has always been to suspend myself in space when I write, and lying horizontal in bed is the closest to doing that.”

― Richard Powers

“Redwood time moves at a more stately pace than human time. To us, when we look at a redwood tree, it seems to be motionless and still, and yet redwoods are constantly in motion, moving upward into space, articulating themselves and filling redwood space over redwood time, over thousands of years.”

― Richard Preston

“Redwoods have an enormous surface area that extends upward into space because they have a propensity to do something called reiteration. A redwood is a fractal. And as they put out limbs, the limbs burst into small trees, copies of the redwood.”

― Richard Preston

“Architecture is about public space held by buildings.”

― Richard Rogers

“I think you always have to find where the boundary is in relation to the context in order to be able to kind of articulate how you want the space to interact with the viewer.”

― Richard Serra

“Diamond, for all its great beauty, is not nearly as interesting as the hexagonal plane of graphite. It is not nearly as interesting because we live in a three-dimensional space, and in diamond, each atom is surrounded in all three directions in space by a full coordination.”

― Richard Smalley

“Once a company develops out of its consumer base, you will often see a well-funded multinational company come in and take over that space. The black-owned company either stays a niche company or just disappears. This is something we don’t want to happen.”

― Richelieu Dennis

“I created MMG years ago. My desire was to create a space where the most talented artists in the world could be nurtured and supported. With that came a commitment. I vowed to support these artists through the good and the bad.”

― Rick Ross

“I’ve been doing a few interviews since the loss of the SpaceX Dragon on its way to the Space Station. Each one very quickly questions the viability of what they call commercial space in light of the failure. I tell them space is hard: this is what happens early in a program with new technology.”

― Rick Tumlinson

“Space is big. The whole point of the frontier is that we go there to do new things in new places – not one place, and not one thing, but all of the above.”

― Rick Tumlinson

“The exploration of space: Be it by humans or robots, based on the best choice for the mission and the most efficient means to return the data and science sought. Most of the time, this will mean we send robots due to cost and danger. But sometimes, we will need the irreplaceable judgment and descriptive abilities of a person on the spot.”

― Rick Tumlinson

“There are moments in time when the coincidence of art and reality interact to allow us a glimpse into the context of history. The release of the Christopher Nolan film ‘Interstellar’ a few days after two catastrophes in our space endeavor gives us one of those moments.”

― Rick Tumlinson

“The opening of space to human development and settlement is the most important activity of the human species. From hope to health, from wonder to wealth, the environment, and the very act of living, space is the future.”

― Rick Tumlinson

“Space is a canvas, as large and blank as any ever created, for it is indeed creation itself, and it calls to us to paint upon it with our own dreams and imaginations anything we wish, anything we want, and anything we can imagine.”

― Rick Tumlinson

“To settle space, we will have to develop the ability to harvest and utilize the resources of the solar system, such as ores, ice, and the rays of the sun itself at levels of efficiency that will transform our relationship to our own planet Earth.”

― Rick Tumlinson

“Government paved the on-ramp to space. Now, the vehicles taking us up to the space highway are being built by citizens, leveraging off government-catalyzed technologies and needs.”

― Rick Tumlinson

“There was nothing technical or physical stopping us from having moved on from Apollo to a permanent Moonbase, the development of industries in space, and the establishment of the first human communities on Mars. We could have – we can – do it anytime we actually decide that it is our goal, organize ourselves to make it happen, and Just Do It.”

― Rick Tumlinson

“We do not become an astronaut because we fear not only the risk of space, but we fear the risk of failure along the way more than we want to put in the work to make it happen – and it is easier not to try.”

― Rick Tumlinson

“Congress often covers the exposed crotch of our human spaceflight program with the figleaf of science when it’s an obvious lie to justify the pumping of billions of dollars into the belly of an ever-voracious aerospace industrial complex. And yes, of course space is dangerous.”

― Rick Tumlinson

“It is time to kickstart a new U.S. space transportation industry and time to spread that industry into space itself, leveraging our space station legacy to ignite imaginations and entrepreneurship so that we can move farther out, back to the Moon, out to the asteroids, and on to Mars.”

― Rick Tumlinson

“NewSpace, commercial space – whatever you want to call it – is rising, with or without government support. It is rising in West Texas and on the Gulf Coast, in California and on the Virginia coast, and rising from the ashes of the old space program in Florida and in small shops and university labs in a hundred places in between.”

― Rick Tumlinson

“Like most Americans, I am neither a Republican nor a Democrat. I am pro-future, pro-hope, and pro-abundance. I am pro-frontier and will talk to and work with anyone else who shares my belief that it is our goal and destiny to expand life and civilization into space.”

― Rick Tumlinson

“2012 will be seen as the beginning of the frontier era in space.”

― Rick Tumlinson

“The Apollo generation wasn’t a historical fluke. It was the predictable result of what happens when a free nation actually decides on something and goes for it. We can do it again, do it better, and do it for keeps this time. But we must decide: Will America, as a nation, support the settlement of space?”

― Rick Tumlinson

“We have a space agency desperately in need of purpose, whose employees and capabilities have been wasted for decades on make-work projects and dead-end PowerPoint pioneering placebos designed to do nothing more than keep the billing high.”

― Rick Tumlinson

“By reigniting the exploration role of our government Lewises and Clarks within and enabled by the infrastructure and economic drive of commercial space and the people themselves, this nation can rise to heights unimaginable.”

― Rick Tumlinson

“It is time to declare that the goal of the United States in space is the settlement of the solar system, from low Earth orbit to the Moon and Mars.”

― Rick Tumlinson

“Space is a laboratory, an experiment in all forms of all things, an infinity of possibilities, properties, and places that cry out for investigation and exploration.”

― Rick Tumlinson

“By opening space, for the first time in our history, rather than inexorably extracting the blood of life from this oh-so-precious sphere in our quest for wealth, we will turn outwards and upwards, creating new wealth from places already dead, advancing into places where there is no life, and bringing its seeds with us.”

― Rick Tumlinson

“For ‘Prometheus,’ I came back to a very simple question that haunted me that appears in the first ‘Alien,’ and no one answered in subsequent Alien films: who was the ‘Space Jockey’ – the big guy in the seat? If you really go into that, it becomes the basis for a pretty interesting story.”

― Ridley Scott

“When you’re an experienced celeb – which I am – you sometimes just need a bit of space, when you’re not ‘on’. I’m always on!”

― Rik Mayall

“People are fed up of formula films, and we are getting new space to experiment.”

― Rishi Kapoor

“There was a subtlety about Peggy Lee. It was powerful. There was a valuable use of space. Everything was not cluttered. Her voice was out front and was the key instrument.”

― Rita Coolidge

“When you get onto the ball, people think three or four times before deciding whether to try and tackle you. Your opponents respect you, and your markers give you a couple of metres of space.”

― Rivaldo

“At Milan, I’m giving everything I’ve got during training to earn myself a chance. I honestly don’t know why I can’t find space in the team, even on the bench.”

― Rivaldo

“Space exploration and experimentation are critically valuable to our nation. I know of no better way to honor those seven who sacrificed their lives than to recommit ourselves to defend and enhance America’s important strategies in space.”

― Rob Bishop

“We’ve gotten into this ‘family friend’ space, and ‘Deadpool’ trashes it.”

― Rob Liefeld

“The first private space of my own wasn’t a dorm room; it was a hotel room in Tulsa, Oklahoma.”

― Rob Lowe

“’Fowl Space’ was a lovechild of boredom. While in class, two of the developers started passing designs back and forth. Somewhere in the middle of all that ink and crumpled paper, a chicken in a space helmet was born and thus we have ‘Fowl Space.’”

― Rob Manuel

“Being a pop fan is a lot like Catholic devotion – lots of ritual, lots of ceremony… We touch the icon to enter the sacred space, genuflecting to reliquaries and ostentatoria that make something splendid of our most secret desires and agonies.”

― Rob Sheffield

“When a place gets crowded enough to require ID’s, social collapse is not far away. It is time to go elsewhere. The best thing about space travel is that it made it possible to go elsewhere.”

― Robert A. Heinlein

“Size is not a reality, but a construct of the mind; and space a construct to contain constructs.”

― Robert Anton Wilson

“I’ve always wanted to do a project with space imagery because I’ve always loved these amazing sci-fi electro book covers. I’ve always loved science fiction. I feel like space imagery has no boundaries.”

― Robert Coppola Schwartzman

“Having the opportunity to fly the first flight of something like a space shuttle was the ultimate test flight.”

― Robert Crippen

“If you want to go into space first time on a new vehicle that’s never been flown, you want to go with a pro.”

― Robert Crippen

“The space shuttle has been a fantastic vehicle. It is unlike any other thing that we’ve ever built. Its capabilities have carried several hundred people into space.”

― Robert Crippen

“The people that I represent in Illinois care passionately about protecting open space and safeguarding our nation’s natural treasures, including the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.”

― Robert Dold

“Space ails us moderns: we are sick with space.”

― Robert Frost

“We can conceive of eternity because we cannot conceive of a cessation of time. We can conceive of infinite space because we cannot conceive of so much matter that our imagination will not stand upon the farthest star and see infinite space beyond.”

― Robert Green Ingersoll

“Gap has always been about color, and we let a lot of competitors take that space from us.”

― Robert J. Fisher

“Without consciousness, space and time are nothing.”

― Robert Lanza

“Space and time, not proteins and neurons, hold the answer to the problem of consciousness. When we consider the nerve impulses entering the brain, we realize that they are not woven together automatically, any more than the information is inside a computer.”

― Robert Lanza

“Sometime in the future, science will be able to create realities that we can’t even begin to imagine. As we evolve, we’ll be able to construct other information systems that correspond to other realities, universes based on logic completely different from ours and not based on space and time.”

― Robert Lanza

“I think the answer of course is that space and time are not these hard external objects. Again we’re, scientists have been building from one side of nature (physics) without considering the other side (life in consciousness). Neither side exists without the other. They cannot be divorced from one another or else there is no reality.”

― Robert Lanza

“The farther we peer into space, the more we realize that the nature of the universe cannot be understood fully by inspecting spiral galaxies or watching distant supernovas. It lies deeper. It involves our very selves.”

― Robert Lanza

“A puppet, for example, is just a piece of wood, a couple of rivets, but put them together, and if you know how to do it, and the audience’s imagination joins in with this, then a miracle will come out of that machine. That is what we and the audience do in the theatre – we create miracles in that space.”

― Robert Lepage

“A show is good when there is a meeting of time and space, when time and space become irrelevant.”

― Robert Lepage

“If you’re going to do a show about somebody who dumped you, it’s much richer if you have three characters dealing with different aspects of that theme. There is more space for people to identify with it.”

― Robert Lepage

“I’m not a futurist, and my taste in science fiction was sort of in the gothic horror vein, not space movies and futuristic stuff.”

― Robert Picardo

“Now on the other hand, if someone is selling a product, opening a dance studio, or has some other aim to help themselves, then I tend to look askance at some of these strange stories from outer space.”

― Robert Stack

“Moving to middleweight had a massive impact on my training regime and my mental space leading into everyday training. I was training for the fight, not just trying to burn calories and get my weight down. It was a big mental relief there.”

― Robert Whittaker

“The first thing you must know as an actor or director is the space you will inhabit. See the architecture; imagine where things can happen in space.”

― Robert Wilson

“My work has always dealt with a kind of space that allows one to daydream.”

― Robert Wilson

“A radio telescope pointing at the sky receives radiation not only from space, but also from other sources including the ground, the earth’s atmosphere, and the components of the radio telescope itself.”

― Robert Woodrow Wilson

“People make their own fates, and if enough of us make our fate to be space explorers, perhaps we can actually get some space exploration done.”

― Robert Zubrin

“I grew up in the 1960s and wanted to become part of the great space exploration effort, but when I graduated from college in 1974, the Apollo program was over, and the country had moved into this pessimistic mode. We had entered the ‘age of limits.’”

― Robert Zubrin

“The space program needs a goal, and the goal should be humans to Mars.”

― Robert Zubrin

“The American people want and deserve a space program truly worthy of a nation of pioneers.”

― Robert Zubrin

“I have met some very strange people and some very strange cats – and I’m not talking about jazz greats. I’m talking about animals that people claim have come from outer space, and boy, they’re weird!”

― Robin Leach

“I love the desert and its incomparable sense of space.”

― Robyn Davidson

“I seriously feel like Bowie was an astronaut who went into space and experienced things and brought back these… treasures.”

― Robyn

“To me, dance music is a lot of space – to listen to other things than melodies. I think club music and dance music really require a different way of listening.”

― Robyn

“It’s a very, very difficult space to operate in, the restaurant business-it requires a lot of human beings to intersect at just the right place to make it all work out.”

― Rocco DiSpirito

“When it comes to Fashion Week, I’m over the too-cool-for-school runway experience with loud music in a raw space that’s inconvenient for everyone.”

― Rodger Berman

“New Jersey makes important contributions to the space program. We want to make sure it just doesn’t happen in Houston.”

― Rodney Frelinghuysen

“I personally didn’t like the idea of Bond in space.”

― Roger Moore

“Space opera was the sort of story on which I grew up. When I was younger, I read heavily in pulp magazines. They were readily available in the stores.”

― Roger Zelazny

“Throughout the history of spaceflight and the study of effects of exploring to human, space environment to human body, we have accumulated enough knowledge to be able to move over to the next step: getting ready for interplanetary missions, for interplanetary exploration.”

― Roman Romanenko

“I think the people that want to fly in space, who want to work in space, who want to go to station, these people realize that there is a risk inherent to what they do. They understand that there are possible off-nominal situations, dangerous situations in space, and there’s no insurance against that.”

― Roman Romanenko

“With ‘Apollo 13,’ I wasn’t sure the genre would work, because space films hadn’t done that well.”

― Ron Howard

“Anything that stimulates the public’s imagination about the nobility and the importance of space exploration is something that I’m very excited to be a part of.”

― Ron Howard

“When ‘Apollo 13’ appeared as an opportunity and I began to tackle that in as authentic a way as I possibly could, I really became enthralled by the philosophical side of space travel and why we need to explore – what it means to us here on Earth – all of those things. I became a huge proponent.”

― Ron Howard

“The funny thing about ‘Office Space’ is I almost never get my lines quoted back to me.”

― Ron Livingston

“Well, I don’t think we should go to the moon. I think we maybe should send some politicians up there.”

― Ron Paul

“Two Klansmen were working for NORAD monitoring U.S. air space for missile attacks. I contacted the Pentagon, and the next day, they were reassigned to a posting near the North Pole.”

― Ron Stallworth

“Technology is at a point where we should allow multiple parties to occupy the same spectral space.”

― Ronald Coase

“I felt that ‘Deep Space’ was the way to do a spin off series of an existing franchise where you really are doing a very different show. It’s a different format. It’s a different feeling.”

― Ronald D. Moore

“What got my interested in science fiction was actually the American space program.”

― Ronald D. Moore

“I think I started watching ‘Trek’ in the mid-’70s when I was in elementary school, and I was just into space. Somewhere along the way, I started realizing there were really interesting ideas in the show.”

― Ronald D. Moore

“Juggling is sometimes called the art of controlling patterns, controlling patterns in time and space.”

― Ronald Graham

“We don’t hide our space program. We don’t keep secrets and cover things up. We do it all up front and in public. That’s the way freedom is, and we wouldn’t change it for a minute.”

― Ronald Reagan

“Discount air fares, a car in every parking space and the interstate highway system have made every place accessible – and every place alike.”

― Ronald Steel

“A lot of the moves I make originate from futsal. It’s played in a very small space, and the ball control is different in futsal. And to this day my ball control is pretty similar to a futsal player’s control.”

― Ronaldinho

“Criticism is nonsense. TV shows and newspapers just want to fill the space.”

― Ronaldo

“The bigger my chest is, the more it gets in the way. It just creates space. It makes me much more efficient if I don’t have so much in the way between me and my opponent.”

― Ronda Rousey

“I’m trying to learn to really use space. My philosophy is that every time you interrupt space in a very confident, secure manner, then music happens.”

― Roscoe Mitchell

“At the moment, I’m toying with a new idea for a book, but fully engaged with writing screenplays, so the book idea – which needs empty space in my head – is barely formed yet.”

― Rose Tremain

“Women should try to increase their size rather than decrease it, because I believe the bigger we are, the more space we’ll take up, and the more we’ll have to be reckoned with.”

― Roseanne Barr

“You will be hard pressed to read another book that understands you as well as ‘Leaves of Grass’ does. It was made for you in the way that the constellations were made for you. It understands and makes space for your doubts, your love, the guilt and passions of your life and waits for you.”

― Rowan Ricardo Phillips

“According to String Theory, what appears to be empty space is actually a tumultuous ocean of strings vibrating at the precise frequencies that create the 4 dimensions you and I call height, width, depth and time.”

― Roy H. Williams

“All things which have a directing force here in the physical world cease to exist when one arrives in the imaginative world. If, on the physical plane, you imagine yourself to have done something you actually have not done, you will soon be persuaded by the facts of the physical world that this is not so. This is not the case in astral space.”

― Rudolf Steiner

“When we project the specific organization of the human body into the space outside it, then we have architecture.”

― Rudolf Steiner

“Through systematic exercising of our thinking faculties, we can train ourselves for exact clairvoyance. Imaginative Knowledge is the first step in supersensible perception, and through it we reach the first element of the supersensible it is possible to reach, namely, the supersensible body that we bear within our earthly body in physical space.”

― Rudolf Steiner

“Children haven’t changed – the world around them has. Their basic natures haven’t changed. They like ice creams. They like to have fun, play games if they get space.”

― Ruskin Bond

“We are going to learn how to relate to the Earth and our own natural environment here by looking seriously at space colony ecologies.”

― Rusty Schweickart

“It would take an extremely large spacecraft to deflect a large asteroid that would be headed directly for the Earth.”

― Rusty Schweickart

“We have the capability – physically, technically – to protect the Earth from asteroid impacts. We are now able to very slightly and subtly reshape the solar system in order to enhance human survival.”

― Rusty Schweickart

“It is fantastic to think that one day we may be able to access fuel, materials and even water in space instead of digging deeper and deeper into our planet for what we need and then dragging it all up into orbit, against Earth’s gravity.”

― Rusty Schweickart

“The frontier in space, embodied in the space colony, is one in which the interactions between humans and their environment is so much more sensitive and interactive and less tolerant of irresponsibility than it is on the whole surface of the Earth.”

― Rusty Schweickart

“I am able to take a wire line and go into the air and define the air without stealing from anyone. A line can enclose and define space while letting the air remain air.”

― Ruth Asawa

“We all have as much right to take up our space in the world as one another.”

― Ruth Negga

“I’m convinced that the main reason we’ve become so obsessed with restaurants is due to our basic need to get out of virtual space and into a real one. We’re not going out to eat merely to share food; we’re there to sit at the same table together, slow down, breathe the same air.”

― Ruth Reichl

“The real message of the Dance opens up the vistas of life to all who have the urge to express beauty with no other instrument than their own bodies, with no apparatus and no dependence on anything other than space.”

― Ruth St. Denis

“A microphone has a certain range. It’s not as good as your ears, but it will capture an enclosed space, the harmonic content in a room. Nice old tube mikes do that pretty well. And that’s a good sound.”

― Ry Cooder

“While social media skills were once a ‘nice-to-have,’ accreditation in the space is becoming a requirement for many of these job titles. Hiring managers and job seekers are realizing that printing stacks of resumes is turning passe, and social media is rising as the new way of generating real-time networking opportunities.”

― Ryan Holmes

“HootSuite never had a big launch. We were lucky to even have office space.”

― Ryan Holmes

“I used to get a sort of sociophobia, and I still get it sometimes these days when I’m in a confined space with too many people. It’s not like I freak out or anything, it’s just that I’m far more comfortable in my own company sometimes than being surrounded by one thousand strangers.”

― Ryan Kwanten

“I’ve said this before, but I think one of the reason so many of the cartoonists I know have become friends is because the Internet is a much more cooperative space.”

― Ryan North

“I’m interested in exploring the places where all media meet. As TV, Internet, art, games and movies all start moving towards the same point, I want to be part of inventing that space. I’d like to explore media that are traditionally seen as part of the mainstream but not necessarily utilize mainstream formulas.”

― Ryan Trecartin

“I honestly like any sound. Birds. I have a very broad space to accept or enjoy anything except quiet.”

― Ryuichi Sakamoto

“Somehow, I see music as a garden which has a lot of different styles: contemporary, classic, ethnic, Japanese, rock & roll, and so on. I can enjoy them all, and there is space for them all.”

― Ryuichi Sakamoto

“I’ve always thought it was important not to attach too much superstition to the space where you’re writing, because once you get into the mindset that you can only do it a certain way in a certain place, your creativity can get blocked.”

― Sadie Jones

“When you’re getting ready to launch into space, you’re sitting on a big explosion waiting to happen.”

― Sally Ride

“The stars don’t look bigger, but they do look brighter.”

― Sally Ride

“Rocket science is tough, and rockets have a way of failing.”

― Sally Ride

“The fact that I was going to be the first American woman to go into space carried huge expectations along with it.”

― Sally Ride

“But even in elementary school and junior high, I was very interested in space and in the space program.”

― Sally Ride

“When the space shuttle’s engines cut off, and you’re finally in space, in orbit, weightless… I remember unstrapping from my seat, floating over to the window, and that’s when I got my first view of Earth. Just a spectacular view, and a chance to see our planet as a planet.”

― Sally Ride

“So most astronauts getting ready to lift off are excited and very anxious and worried about that explosion – because if something goes wrong in the first seconds of launch, there’s not very much you can do.”

― Sally Ride

“Then during the mission itself, I used the space shuttle’s robot arm to release a satellite into orbit.”

― Sally Ride

“On a standard space shuttle crew, two of the astronauts have a test pilot background – the commander and the pilot.”

― Sally Ride

“I slept just floating in the middle of the flight deck, the upper deck of the space shuttle.”

― Sally Ride

“No, I think most astronauts recognize that the space shuttle program is very high-risk, and are prepared for accidents.”

― Sally Ride

“After the Challenger accident, NASA put in a lot of time to improve the safety of the space shuttle to fix the things that had gone wrong.”

― Sally Ride

“The space shuttle is a better and safer rocket than it was before the Challenger accident.”

― Sally Ride

“I do a lot of running and hiking, and I also collect stamps – space stamps and Olympics stamps.”

― Sally Ride

“Yes, I did feel a special responsibility to be the first American woman in space.”

― Sally Ride

“It takes a few years to prepare for a space mission.”

― Sally Ride

“NASA has to approve whatever we wear, so there are clothes to choose from, like space shorts – we wear those a lot – and NASA T-shirts.”

― Sally Ride

“The food isn’t too bad. It’s very different from the food that the astronauts ate in the very early days of the space program.”

― Sally Ride

“There are aspects of being the first woman in space that I’m not going to enjoy.”

― Sally Ride

“I’ve discovered that half the people would love to go into space and there’s no need to explain it to them. The other half can’t understand and I couldn’t explain it to them. If someone doesn’t know why, I can’t explain it.”

― Sally Ride

“One thing I probably share with everyone else in the astronaut office is composure.”

― Sally Ride

“Many of the companies in the mobile location space are trying to figure out different ways to tie what they’re doing to commerce.”

― Sam Altman

“When the Taiwan Relations Act passed in 1979, our biggest concern was preventing the use of military force against Taiwan. Little did we know that our friends on Taiwan could so effectively use the space created by our friendship to revolutionize their political system.”

― Sam Brownback

“I’m obsessed with the moon and space travel, so if I could incorporate that, I’d love to go to space.”

― Sam Heughan

“I love sci-fi. Growing up, I was a big fan of the ‘Alien’ series, ‘Star Trek: Deep Space Nine,’ etcetera. Plus, anything apocalyptic – ‘I Am Legend,’ ‘1984,’ ‘Battlestar Galactica.’”

― Sam Heughan

“I find end-of-the-world stuff enthralling – to imagine how life will be in the future on Earth and in space!”

― Sam Heughan

“Geneticists in the early 1900s believed that nature – in an effort to avoid wasting precious space within chromosomes – would pack as many genes into each chromosome as possible.”

― Sam Kean

“The density of space junk peaks around 620 miles up, in the middle of so-called low-Earth orbit. That’s bad, because many weather, scientific, and reconnaissance satellites circle in various low-Earth orbits.”

― Sam Kean

“I watched ‘Apollo 13,’ and it, like, absolutely freaked me out. I was terrified. I didn’t want to go to space because I thought it was imminent death.”

― Sam Mikulak

“For me, playwriting is and has always been like making a chair. Your concerns are balance, form, timing, lights, space, music. If you don’t have these essentials, you might as well be writing a theoretical essay, not a play.”

― Sam Shepard

“Ray Bradbury’s connections to fantasy, space, cinema, to the macabre and the melancholy, were all born of his years spent running, jumping, galloping through the woods, across the fields, and down the brick-paved streets of Waukegan.”

― Sam Weller

“I had more clothes than I had closets, more cars than garage space, but no money.”

― Sammy Davis, Jr.

“The same contingencies of time and space that force a statesman or soldier to make decisions, impel the historian, though with less urgency, to make up his mind.”

― Samuel E. Morison

“What is wine? It is the grape present in another form; its essence is there, though the fruit which produced it grew thousands of miles away, and perished years ago. So the object of many a tender thought may be spiritually present, in defiance of space – and fond recollections cherished in defiance of time.”

― Samuel Lover

“Would I like to go into space? No. Maybe I’d do it when I’m old and have done everything else on this planet.”

― Sandra Bullock

“I realize that when I moved out of my father’s house I shocked and frightened him because I needed a room of my own, a space of my own to reinvent myself.”

― Sandra Cisneros

“I don’t spend too much time on social media, so I can protect my mind space.”

― Sandra Oh

“I know that there are many on the Space Coast who are already attempting to address job creation and I intend to support them in every way possible. I will be a hands-on participant.”

― Sandy Adams

“During the 1990s, when India opened up to foreign investment, Japan was so mesmerised by the China opportunity that it chose to yield market space across a wide swathe of industries to South Korean competitors.”

― Sanjaya Baru

“The greatest thing we can do is to give each other a safe space to truly, truly be ourselves in the world.”

― Sara Bareilles

“I’m not typically a roller coaster person, but Space Mountain I really love out of all roller coasters. That and Splash Mountain.”

― Sara Ramirez

“I’ve always been interested in space and the idea of exploration in that area since I was a child growing up through the ’60s.”

― Sarah Brightman

“Finally my dream came true in that there was a possibility that I could travel to the International Space Station. I’ve gone through the medicals and the training and now I’m officially, by the Russian Space Federation, a cosmonaut in training.”

― Sarah Brightman

“I was born in 1960, and space theory, especially in the last part of that time and going into the ’70s, space was very relevant at that time. It was on television – all the experiments, the moon landings, everything like that.”

― Sarah Brightman

“I’ve wanted to go to space, really, since I was a little girl.”

― Sarah Brightman

“As I’m sure you may know, I’m planning to become a spaceflight participant and have been recently approved to begin my spaceflight training by the Russian space federation having passed the necessary medical and physical tests.”

― Sarah Brightman

“A journey into space is the greatest adventure I can imagine.”

― Sarah Brightman

“I actually want to go up into space.”

― Sarah Brightman

“There’s only a certain amount of space in every ballet company. You’re basically on a team. You want to succeed as a group but all want to have the same roles.”

― Sarah Hay

“’Star Wars’ is life, but ‘Star Wars’ is also not very good, which is why ‘Rogue One’ – a Frankenstein’s monster assembled from a butchered first cut and an excessively large space antenna that only exists to add another 30 minutes to the film – is one of the better ‘Star Wars’ movies.”

― Sarah Jeong

“When you think about the scale of human populations all over the world and the fact that there’s so much here, really, the only way to be able to visualize that is to pull back in space… It allows us to see hidden temples and tombs and pyramids and even entire settlements.”

― Sarah Parcak

“I am part of a network of people monitoring what’s happening at ancient sites in Iraq and Syria – from space. We can see clearly the destruction.”

― Sarah Parcak

“Google Earth is an incredible resource because from hundreds of miles in space, we can zoom in, and we can find things. Everyone always looks for their house first. That is the tip of the iceberg with remote sensing.”

― Sarah Parcak

“I can’t tell you the number of times I’ve been walking over an archaeological site. And you can’t see anything on the ground, and pull back hundreds of miles in space, and all of a sudden you can see streets and roads and houses and even pyramids.”

― Sarah Parcak

“I am one of many people documenting damage and looting at ancient sites from space – it is such a crucial tool.”

― Sarah Parcak

“I already find pyramids from space. Is there anything cooler than that?”

― Sarah Parcak

“I’m an Egyptologist. I’m a remote sensing specialist, and I’m a space archaeologist.”

― Sarah Parcak

“Imagery is powerful. Imagery is provocative – satellite imagery much more so because it is from space, and it allows us to get this perspective that we don’t have to have otherwise.”

― Sarah Parcak

“As I got older, I gave myself the space to be human and to have a minute and be disappointed and feel whatever I’m feeling.”

― Sarah Rafferty

“Racism is a problem everywhere, especially in this country, but all over the world, and especially within queer space.”

― Sasha Velour

“I’m really impressed every time Kanye comes to perform at ‘SNL’ because he finds a new way to make that space work for him.”

― Sasheer Zamata

“Time plays an important role. My physical body is taking shape in space, and I see that my ideas about how we influence space with our movement is really ‘matter of fact.’”

― Saskia de Brauw

“What we were seeing was a little bit like throwing the apple up in the air and seeing it blast off into space.”

― Saul Perlmutter

“Probably the single most important thing about the Nobel Prize for most people is whether they get the coveted parking space on campus.”

― Saul Perlmutter

“I am very much against weapons in space. And I wish we could be spearheading that program to come to some kind of international agreement so that doesn’t happen. That is my only – fear – in further space exploration like always, we hope it doesn’t get abused.”

― Scott Bakula

“I haven’t really thought about where to scatter my ashes when the time comes, but I doubt that it would be in space.”

― Scott Bakula

“Pioneering in space was something I would willingly give my life for.”

― Scott Carpenter

“Space is not an enterprise that belongs to the U.S. or to Russia or to China – it is a human endeavor and experience. And that’s as it should be.”

― Scott Carpenter

“Flying in space is a privilege, whether it’s the first time or the fourth time.”

― Scott Kelly

“The space station here is a magical place and an incredible science facility.”

― Scott Kelly

“The calluses on your feet in space will eventually fall off. So, the bottoms of your feet become very soft like newborn baby feet. But the top of my feet develop rough alligator skin because I use the top of my feet to get around here on space station when using foot rails.”

― Scott Kelly

“The majority of astronauts have to change their eyeglasses while in space. They bring eyeglasses with them and typically change a few months into the mission.”

― Scott Kelly

“I don’t think people have an appreciation for the work that it takes to pull these missions off, like humans living on the space station continuously for 15 years. It is a huge army of hard-working people to make it happen.”

― Scott Kelly

“We don’t do laundry because that requires a lot of water, and water’s at a premium up here. Plus, it’d be pretty complicated, I think, to make a space washer, although I guess you could do it.”

― Scott Kelly

“When I look at the clouds over the Earth, and I know how high clouds are, I get a sense we are really, really far above those clouds. I wouldn’t call it scary, but I am aware I am in space.”

― Scott Kelly

“Leaving the space station was bittersweet – I had been there for a long time and looked forward to leaving, but it is a remarkable place.”

― Scott Kelly

“I think a good life-work balance is important, and that’s even more important in some cases on the space station.”

― Scott Kelly

“If you go on a journey to Mars and get into deep space, there is several hundred times, maybe 300 times the radiation.”

― Scott Kelly

“Just like the bones and muscles, the heart is designed to work in one gravity here on Earth, so when you put the heart in space, it operates differently and changes shape.”

― Scott Kelly

“I don’t mean to say it’s not fresh on the space station, but there’s nothing like new, cold air coming into the capsule.”

― Scott Kelly

“We don’t do laundry because that requires a lot of water, and water’s at a premium up here. Plus, it’d be pretty complicated, I think, to make a space washer, although I guess you could do it. So we generally throw our clothes out. I think I’ve been wearing this pair of pants for about two months.”

― Scott Kelly

“Now, space has its own unique smell. So whenever a vehicle docks, or if guys are out doing a spacewalk, the smell of space when you open up the hatch is very distinct. It’s kind of like a burning-metal smell, if you can imagine what that would smell like.”

― Scott Kelly

“As far as the sounds on the space station, it’s pumps, fans, motors, certain modules are louder than others, but it’s generally a pretty nice working environment. It’s not too loud or too smelly.”

― Scott Kelly

“We’ve got to get rid of the stuff on the space station somehow. So we do have a pretty significant capability to bring back stuff on SpaceX that you might not imagine.”

― Scott Kelly

“It seems like in the beginning of my flight, the space dreams were rare. And now, almost 150 days into it, the Earth dreams are more of the rare ones.”

― Scott Kelly

“Space has its own unique smell. So whenever a vehicle docks, or if guys are out doing a spacewalk, the smell of space when you open up the hatch is very distinct. It’s kind of like a burning-metal smell, if you can imagine what that would smell like.”

― Scott Kelly

“The thing I like most about flying in space is not the view. The thing I like about it is doing something I feel very, very strongly about.”

― Scott Kelly

“Going to Mars is a bunch of baby steps, and it started off with the first human in space, Yuri Gagarin.”

― Scott Kelly

“We used to have a crew of three on board the space station and even at one time a crew of two people, so it’s something we can adjust to.”

― Scott Kelly

“It’s an international space station. We have crew members from both the U.S. and Russia and now the United Kingdom with Tim Peake from the U.K… It’s great to see that, on this space station, that we can work across cultures in a very cooperative way.”

― Scott Kelly

“We do a lot of science on the space station. Over the course of the year, there’ll be 400 to 500 different investigations in all different kinds of disciplines. Some are related to improving life on earth in material science, physics, combustion science, earth sciences, medicine.”

― Scott Kelly

“We have a lot of systems here on board the space station, and we can’t call a repair man when one of them breaks.”

― Scott Kelly

“The Earth is a beautiful planet. The space station is a great vantage point to observe it and share our planet in pictures. It makes you more of an environmentalist.”

― Scott Kelly

“We’re fortunate to have football on the space station.”

― Scott Kelly

“What we get from building a space station, the economic return, the science return, is very, very important to our nation, to our economy.”

― Scott Kelly

“Something people don’t recognize is that being on the space station is probably a lot like being in some kind of confinement – like isolation.”

― Scott Kelly

“I believe in the importance of flying in space and the research that we do.”

― Scott Kelly

“People do really well on space missions, but it’s the physiological, the medical stuff, the stuff like radiation, loss of bone mass and muscle mass and density. It’s those things that we need to figure out.”

― Scott Kelly

“I would always consider flying in space again, without a question.”

― Scott Kelly

“The ride to orbit was impressive, as it always is. But once I got on board the space station, it really felt like I was visiting an old home; it felt very comfortable.”

― Scott Kelly

“On this flight, my fourth spaceflight, I also became the record holder for total days in space and single longest mission.”

― Scott Kelly

“Your arms don’t hang by your side in space like they do on Earth because there is no gravity. It feels awkward to have them floating in front of me.”

― Scott Kelly

“Adjusting to space is easier than adjusting to Earth for me.”

― Scott Kelly

“I’ll never be done with space. I will always be involved.”

― Scott Kelly

“There are few aspects of everyday life that aren’t touched by the technologies developed for space travel.”

― Scott Kelly

“Lord of the Rings was just so much enjoyment. It was over about the space of a year that I was filming. It’s one of the most enjoyable things I’ve ever done, so emotional.”

― Sean Bean

“The thought of being in space, and kind of enclosed, I find would be very claustrophobic. I think I would panic in that situation.”

― Sean Bean

“Even in empty space, time and space still exist.”

― Sean M. Carroll

“The script is so important… Even if you have a huge entourage or big lighting trucks, the most important thing is the space between the actor and the camera.”

― Sebastian Koch

“The mystery of film is not in the script. It’s in the shooting, in the interacting of humans and space and time.”

― Sebastian Lelio

“I’m very inspired by outer space.”

― Selah Louise Marley

“My plan is to give myself the space and a platform to freely express my creativity.”

― Selah Louise Marley

“The Space Shuttle was a great machine. Without it, we would not have been able to build the International Space Station because the parts and modules were delivered by Shuttle crews.”

― Sergey Volkov

“When I was a child, and I was at our school, everybody’s parents were involved in space program. In every class, we have several kids whose fathers were flown cosmonauts or who prepared for the flight.”

― Sergey Volkov

“We prepare for ten years, but other people buy their way into space.”

― Sergey Volkov

“I never thought about it, really, that I am going to be the second generation of the space cosmonauts. I just want to do my job as best as is possible, and that’s it, honestly.”

― Sergey Volkov

“I think the curiosity of mankind, that we want something unknown. Like, 500 years ago, humankind wanted to know what the other side of the ocean is, and it was a very risky project, and then we decided that probably we can fly; let’s fly higher. And now we’re flying space station, and still it’s not enough for us: we want to know what’s beyond.”

― Sergey Volkov

“In 1987, Merrill Lynch asked me to open a Swiss capital markets operation. I was 27. In hindsight, I was lucky enough to start a business from scratch. And I mean from zero – no offices, even, just a space with walls between different areas. We decided to tear down the walls.”

― Sergio Ermotti

“More people living in less space can put greater strain on already limited sanitation resources, and this can create a fertile breeding ground for waterborne infectious disease and the insects spreading them.”

― Seth Berkley

“Kickstarter eliminates the risk that publishers and booksellers face. They have limited resources and limited shelf space, and Kickstarter is proof to them that something is going to work.”

― Seth Godin

“A favorite film of mine is ‘Office Space’ and I love ‘The Hangover.’ That is a really good comedy from character in that film, and that is true of ‘Office Space’ too.”

― Seth Gordon

“Indeed, as the above calculation indicates, to take full advantage of the memory space available, the ultimate laptop must turn all its matter into energy.”

― Seth Lloyd

“Evolution doesn’t care whether you believe in it or not, no more than gravity does. I want to rekindle excitement over what we’ve achieved as a species with the space program. We can’t afford to regress back to the days of superstition.”

― Seth MacFarlane

“Ever since the Second World War, television signals (as well as FM radio and radar) have served as Homo sapiens’ emissaries into deep space. High-frequency, high-power broadcasts have filled an Earth-centered bubble more than 60 light-years in radius with signals.”

― Seth Shostak

“What’s a space elevator? Simply described, it’s a thin ribbon, about 3 feet wide and 60 thousand miles long, stretching upwards from the surface of the Earth. The lower end is bolted to a heavy anchor (think of an oil drilling platform), and the top is capped with a counterweight.”

― Seth Shostak

“It bears mentioning that the Milky Way is only one of 150 billion galaxies visible to our telescopes – and each of these will have its own complement of planets.”

― Seth Shostak

“The space elevator’s not just another competitive technology, promoted by people who simply like the idea of diminishing the luster of the thrusters. It would open wide the doors to space.”

― Seth Shostak

“Sending greeting cards to aliens is hardly a new idea. In 2005, Craigslist solicited messages for broadcast to space by a transmitter in Florida, and in 2008, NASA beamed a Beatles song to the North Star (Polaris), on the assumption that any putative Polarians would appreciate the Fab Four’s 1960s-genre compositions.”

― Seth Shostak

“In the four years since its launch, Kepler has chalked up 122 new and confirmed planets. It’s also caught the scent of nearly three thousand additional objects, of which probably 80 percent or more will turn out to be other-worldly orbs.”

― Seth Shostak

“Buying insurance is no one’s idea of fun. And it’s especially easy to berate something as funky-sounding as writing checks to defend our neighborhoods against apartment-size rocks from space. But this is one insurance pitch that makes perfect sense. Ask the dinos.”

― Seth Shostak

“Each year, thousands of UFOs are sighted and reported, which is an impressive tally of unidentified aerial phenomena. Surveys show that roughly one-third of the populace believes that at least some of this sky show is due to extraterrestrial spacecraft, here to probe our airspace and, when that proves boring, our bodies.”

― Seth Shostak

“While human space travel is daunting, machines – with their indefinitely long lifetimes – could travel the galaxy. It might make little difference to them that bridging the distance from one star to the next could take hundreds of thousands of years or more.”

― Seth Shostak

“It seems that ‘rocket scientist’ is a job category that’s here for the long haul, like ‘mortician.’ But all this activity masks an important point: rockets are not a terribly efficient way to lift things into space.”

― Seth Shostak

“A factory that can turn carbon nanotubes into a sheet a yard wide and long enough to stretch one-fourth of the way to the moon is not something you’ll find at your local industrial park. That’s the show-stopper for the space elevator. The ribbon.”

― Seth Shostak

“Consider: The human genome consists of about 3.3 billion base pairs. Since there are only four types of pair, that amounts to 0.8 gigabytes of information, or about what you can fit on a CD. With a microwave radio transmitter, you could beam that amount of information into space in a few minutes, and have it travel to anyone at light speed.”

― Seth Shostak

“Star Trek’s genial premise is that the cosmos is flush with intelligent species, and our descendants will interact with them face-to-face, thanks to warp drive and some winsome space cadets.”

― Seth Shostak

“The greatest propaganda coup of the American Right has been to convince its citizens that we are in the grip of a liberal conspiracy. As a result, Obama is to the right of Richard Nixon on most issues. And there is we believe, certainly some space to exploit there. And we, VICE, aim to exploit it.”

― Shane Smith

“Fundamentally, if there is any secret, it is about the need to find that peace and calm in our personal space with music, as most of ‘learning music’ is about listening to music and practicing over and over again.”

― Shankar Mahadevan

“Develop a mind so filled with love that it resembles space.”

― Sharon Salzberg

“In our usual mind state, we are continually activating the process that in Buddhist terminology is known as ‘bhava,’ which literally means ‘becoming.’ In this space of becoming, we are subtly leaning forward into the future, trying to have security based on feeling that we can hold on, we can try to keep things from changing.”

― Sharon Salzberg

“I would never crawl into a secret space to avoid the frustrating things.”

― Shaun King

“I pick simple beats because I need space for me to work.”

― Sheck Wes

“The Heartland Institute is about as biased as they come, and it’s funded by the likes of Exxon and the Koch brothers. This is the same group that took out billboard space to compare people who understand climate change to the Unabomber.”

― Sheldon Whitehouse

“My followers consistently engage with my content and rely on my recommendations for making decisions about where they travel or how they spend their leisure time. There’s no space for trolls.”

― Shenaz Treasury

“I’m in a space of surrendering and being open and seeing. It’s a good place to be – the only place to be.”

― Sherilyn Fenn

“Hyperloop is the ultimate pinnacle of that idea of, ‘Can we actually shrink space and time?’”

― Shervin Pishevar

“I’m a little territorial and defensive. I don’t like having my space invaded.”

― Shia LaBeouf

“I don’t like having my space invaded.”

― Shia LaBeouf

“There’s definitely space for uniqueness in a home console.”

― Shigeru Miyamoto

“I’d like to go to another planet, which I might live long enough to accomplish. Just get on a spaceship and go. But not the moon. I don’t see any flowers there. The moon is too close. I want to go further.”

― Shirley MacLaine

“I work for ABC. If the thing that ABC is paying me for is storytelling – not to make sure that a costume is exactly right or all those other things – then it is up to me to find the most creative space possible so that that function of my job can happen.”

― Shonda Rhimes

“I am dying to share screen space with Richa Chadha. In ‘Masaan,’ we do not have a single scene together.”

― Shweta Tripathi

“My father was always very interested in space. I watch Star Trek and all those things, but I always had a different picture in my mind… maybe closer to Alien. I don’t see it in space as much as I do see it in different planets, with each having its own strange characters.”

― Sigourney Weaver

“It is difficult to imagine evolution in alien planets operating in any manner other than Darwinian.”

― Simon Conway Morris

“In the theatre, because you’re all looking at the same thing in the same space, consciousness is no longer individual. There is a unified consciousness. Until you look and project what is happening, it doesn’t exist; the audience are the ones making the theatre, not the players.”

― Simon McBurney

“I try to push a single idea to its absolute limit. So for all of those ideas that existed in the story, you attempt to find a physical realisation in the space.”

― Simon McBurney

“I actually think that history has fed off the restlessness of cyber space, of kind of the frantic, segmented nature of the way we lead our lives. People want to be connected.”

― Simon Schama

“When I’m up, I’m over-exuberant; when I’m down, I just wander round on my own. I have no middle space.”

― Simon Sebag Montefiore

“When I was a kid, I was a bit of a space geek. I loved the space program and all things NASA. I would read books about our solar system; I had pictures of the Space Shuttle on my bedroom wall. And yes, I even went to Space Camp.”

― Simon Sinek

“When you give something up, you need to fill the space where it used to be, and you understand the landscape in yourself a bit more.”

― Simon Van Booy

“We are all, in a sense, experts on secrecy. From earliest childhood we feel its mystery and attraction. We know both the power it confers and the burden it imposes. We learn how it can delight, give breathing space and protect.”

― Sissela Bok

“There are people who take on different objectives and missions in life. When you grow older, there’s a a void – and right now, I’m filling a space where a lot of old rock, grime, hip-hop, punk artists left a vacant space.”

― Skepta

“For a long time I wanted to draw, but I could never get the proportions right. My still life sketches were the artistic equivalent of someone who has misjudged the space constraints of a postcard, the handwriting shrinking uncomfortably at the bottom.”

― Sloane Crosley

“My friend was interning at the Miss India office and asked me to go for an audition. I just wanted to clear one basic round to show it to my friends. ‘I’m in this mind space, and I can do this, losers.’ I cleared the first round, and then I wanted to do more.”

― Sobhita Dhulipala

“Those are the same stars, and that is the same moon, that look down upon your brothers and sisters, and which they see as they look up to them, though they are ever so far away from us, and each other.”

― Sojourner Truth

“People who live in L.A. don’t like to leave their homes because they have so much space. They have the nice kitchens and a cook and a pool. When you live in L.A., there is a sense of isolation in terms of raising a family.”

― Solange Knowles

“I’m making the music I want to make, in my own space, and it’s just incredible to be able to continue to do that.”

― Solange Knowles

“I wanted to be an astronaut and wanted to go to space camp, but then I found out that I was too short to become an astronaut. My mom really made me believe that if I worked hard enough and if I really wanted to do it, I could do it.”

― Soleil Moon Frye

“I perform in opera houses in the centres of big cities. We live in 20 acres of forest. You need that space to recover and renew.”

― Sondra Radvanovsky

“The digital space is becoming more relevant, and people are watching a lot of stuff on the web.”

― Soni Razdan

“By repeating sounds over and over again, I lose sense of time, space, and ego, and I get to just vibrate.”

― Sophie Hawley-Weld

“For clothes, I like Anna on Regent’s Park Road. Anna Park, who owns it, has an amazing eye for fresh, exciting clothes. I also love Arrogant Cat on Kensington Church Street. Space NK on Duke of York Square for exciting potions. I think I stretch the term ‘tester’ way beyond its boundaries.”

― Sophie Winkleman

“I’m very interested in how visual artists think because I think the way that I think about music is similar. I’m very inspired by aesthetics and space.”

― St. Lucia

“You can get anything online, including things that don’t even exist. We’ve invented our own collective unconscious. The normal rules of time and space don’t apply. It’s held together by some other force than gravity. It’s endless. It’s like some unimaginably huge, messy novel that’s writing itself both with and without us.”

― Stacey D’Erasmo

“As a journalist, I think it’s OK to feel – I think there’s space for it. It’s how you react to those feelings that’s important.”

― Stacey Dooley

“When I’m home, I like a cozy, comfortable, calming space.”

― Stacy Keibler

“Each of us can manifest the properties of a field of consciousness that transcends space, time, and linear causality.”

― Stanislav Grof

“I was already studying physics, but Sputnik steered me toward space, cosmology, the Big Bang, and elementary particles.”

― Stanley Wojcicki

“I lived in Dallas, and it’s a big city, but you can jump on any freeway and drive in any direction for about 30 minutes and you are in the country – open space, wide open, very open, nothin’ around.”

― Stark Sands

“I quickly learned that asking if an interview space was wheelchair accessible was a bad idea; it gave a potential employer an immediate bad impression. It was either a black mark against my name, or a straight up discussion of why I wouldn’t be able to work there because they had no wheelchair access.”

― Stella Young

“The wonderful thing about a book is that you have a canvas that is 300 pages wide, and it’s all free space. You can make a piece of art as big as you want and whatever shape you want.”

― Stephan Pastis

“You can write a little and can draw a little, but there’s necessarily a limitation on both in a comic strip, since it appears in such a tiny space.”

― Stephan Pastis

“One of the great things about the space program is it’s super well-documented.”

― Stephanie Savage

“Between stimulus and response, there is a space where we choose our response.”

― Stephen Covey

“I can’t separate the process of writing from the visual process. I’m speaking only for myself here, but I’m a highly visual writer. In my imagination, when I’m thinking of a scene, I think of every last detail of it: The space, the color palette, the blocking of the actors, the placement of the camera.”

― Stephen Gaghan

“In Japanese art, space assumed a dominant role and its position was strengthened by Zen concepts.”

― Stephen Gardiner

“We are just an advanced breed of monkeys on a minor planet of a very average star. But we can understand the Universe. That makes us something very special.”

― Stephen Hawking

“I think the human race doesn’t have a future if it doesn’t go into space.”

― Stephen Hawking

“Before 1915, space and time were thought of as a fixed arena in which events took place, but which was not affected by what happened in it. Space and time are now dynamic quantities… space and time not only affect but are also affected by everything that happens in the universe.”

― Stephen Hawking

“I don’t think the human race will survive the next thousand years, unless we spread into space.”

― Stephen Hawking

“A zero-gravity flight is a first step toward space travel.”

― Stephen Hawking

“Time can behave like another direction in space under extreme conditions.”

― Stephen Hawking

“Perhaps one day I will go into space.”

― Stephen Hawking

“I have wanted to fly into space for many years, but never imagined it would really be feasible.”

― Stephen Hawking

“If we want to travel into the future, we just need to go fast. Really fast. And I think the only way we’re ever likely to do that is by going into space.”

― Stephen Hawking

“The Internet tempts us to think that because an email or a new website can be accessed in seconds that everything works at the same instant speed. Art is more like the growth of a plant. It needs time and space.”

― Stephen Hough

“And as a writer, one of the things that I’ve always been interested in doing is actually invading your comfort space. Because that’s what we’re supposed to do. Get under your skin, and make you react.”

― Stephen King

“You used to defend your musical values to the hilt, but now if something isn’t working, you just hop to another band. My youngest daughter went from Justin Bieber to the Jonas Brothers to Joy Division in the space of a few months!”

― Stephen Morris

“There’s a big gaping hole in the EDM space for songwriting. It’s one thing to learn how to be a great sound designer and become big just on sound design. Especially if you’re in the dubstep category, it’s like, how much fatter and more interesting can you make those drops.”

― Steve Aoki

“Just tasking a team to be creative won’t get you to be innovative. It’s having a corporate climate that gives people the space to experiment and take risks. Only then can you truly sustain it.”

― Steve Brown

“What was frustrating about Armageddon was the time I spent not doing anything. It was a big special effects film, and I wasn’t crazy about pretending I was in outer space. It feels ridiculous.”

― Steve Buscemi

“In an enclosed space, a camel’s breath can change the atmosphere of the room. Not only just the smell, they literally seem to change the atmospheric pressure. It’s so disgusting. It’s like they have eight stomachs each more rancid then the next and it just comes out of their mouth.”

― Steve Carell

“It was immediately clear to me that security was a cross-cutting issue, so rather than dividing the space up in parallel with each of the other areas, I wanted security cut across the areas in addition to having its own content.”

― Steve Crocker

“The economic model was formed by the constraints that I had: a small space, relatively inexpensive building materials, relatively inexpensive investment, a very efficient service line or assembly line.”

― Steve Ells

“Two subsequent incidents of import established CNN: the explosion of the space shuttle Challenger in 1986, which CNN was the only network to cover as it happened, and the 1991 Gulf War, which CNN chronicled round the clock from a proximity as irresistible as it was alarming, bomb blasts and gunfire lighting up TV screens from coast to coast.”

― Steve Erickson

“I learned about serif and san serif typefaces, about varying the amount of space between different letter combinations, about what makes great typography great. It was beautiful, historical, artistically subtle in a way that science can’t capture, and I found it fascinating.”

― Steve Jobs

“Development of space will improve life on Earth. Access to space is important for agriculture, humanitarian efforts, communications, and navigation.”

― Steve Jurvetson

“When you lower the cost of access to space, a boom of innovation follows, just as low-cost fiber optics paved the way for the Internet and the cloud services that followed.”

― Steve Jurvetson

“My interest in space started early, but for many years, I could not find any space-related investments that really penciled-out for venture. That changed in 2009 when Elon Musk came to us with a big vision to explore Mars while producing rockets at a fraction of a price and making space accessible.”

― Steve Jurvetson

“When I was 11, I went to space camp at the Space Center in Texas, near where I grew up. There, I met video-game-industry pioneer Richard Garriott, better known to gamers everywhere as ‘Ultima’ creator Lord British.”

― Steve Jurvetson

“The commercial space industry is enormous and ripe for disruption.”

― Steve Jurvetson

“Before SpaceX, no space company was worth a second meeting.”

― Steve Jurvetson

“I’ve always been a fan of space exploration, and I filled our entire office with space artifacts.”

― Steve Jurvetson

“SpaceX lowered the cost of going into space by 10x.”

― Steve Jurvetson

“In some respects I’m quite easily led, so I have to make sure I’ve got my own space, and that I feel comfortable in my working environment. It’s very important for me to work with the right collaborators, as I can easily get led into a corner where I’m not comfortable.”

― Steve Winwood

“I love books that give you space to climb inside there. And you have to run to keep up in places, and you have to fill in a lot of blanks yourself. So it almost becomes your story.”

― Steven Hall

“When superpower countries like the United States and the former Soviet Union contemplated moving their conflicts to outer space, there was justifiable fear and dread.”

― Steven Levy

“I like expansive stuff that has a lot of space in it, like some of the early Pink Floyd albums.”

― Steven Price

“I’m trying to do the exact thing Verdi or Mendelssohn did – open up that spiritual space where we can all be fully ourselves.”

― Steven Stucky

“If you are in a spaceship that is traveling at the speed of light, and you turn on the headlights, does anything happen?”

― Steven Wright

“Growing up in the ’60s and early ’70s, with the space flight and the Apollo program, I always loved planes. I always loved rockets and I always loved space travel.”

― Stewart O’Nan

“I’ve already written 300 space poems. But I look upon my ultimate form as being a poetic prose. When you read it, it appears to be prose, but within the prose you have embedded the techniques of poetry.”

― Story Musgrave

“Most of our history in space has been communicated in terms of action – what people do, a chronological list of events which have transpired – as opposed to the human experience of having done those things.”

― Story Musgrave

“If we ever start communicating with living creatures from other planets, the number one priority is, how are you going to communicate information? Even between different cultures here on Earth, you get into communication problems.”

― Story Musgrave

“I would have taken whatever hand I was dealt. Space was it.”

― Story Musgrave

“I needed a writing space to get out of my house with the little guy. Because any time I try to write or sit down and do things, he wants to be there with me and play the guitar.”

― Sturgill Simpson

“The Hester Street Fair started off as a passion project. We imagined a space where friends and neighbors in the creative community could have a place to find an audience.”

― Su-chin Pak

“We have been in the wellness space for more than seven years, mostly through our Zee TV network in America, which offers programmes on holistic approaches to health and wellbeing.”

― Subhash Chandra

“The black holes of nature are the most perfect macroscopic objects there are in the universe: the only elements in their construction are our concepts of space and time.”

― Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar

“I find in music there’s a space and a language I can use to express things in ways I can’t describe conversationally.”

― Sufjan Stevens

“And then when I went to Chicago, that’s when I had these outer space experiences and went to the other planets.”

― Sun Ra

“Even when I was five years old, I was obsessed with space.”

― Sunil Nagaraj

“Space investing looks a lot like tech investing.”

― Sunil Nagaraj

“You don’t see any borders between countries from space. That’s man-made, and one experiences it only when you return to Earth.”

― Sunita Williams

“Space is absolutely a 3-D world in comparison to our 2-D world on Earth.”

― Sunita Williams

“Planets look about the same here as they do to you on the Earth because we really aren’t that much closer. Our home, the International Space Station, orbits around the Earth at about 200 miles.”

― Sunita Williams

“When I went to Test Pilot School, that’s when we came to Johnson Space Center. And I ended up seeing John Young and listening to him talk and getting a positive influence from him.”

― Sunita Williams

“We certainly would not be here, living and working on the International Space Station without the commitment and dedication of all the folks who worked the Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo Programs as well as the Russian Space Program.”

― Sunita Williams

“There is nothing like home anywhere. There’s no place like home, even in space.”

― Sunita Williams

“You have a lot of things to do when you’re out on a space walk, and that sort of overwhelms your mind.”

― Sunita Williams

“In space, if you push, you are usually going somewhere, so staying on the treadmill was a challenge at first, even with the harness.”

― Sunita Williams

“One thing to say about doing maintenance in space – it is difficult because the parts and pieces float away. You end up using a lot of tape and Velcro to make sure things stay put.”

― Sunita Williams

“I don’t feel like a hero – just another person involved in the space business. I’m hoping to encourage young folks to become explorers.”

― Sunita Williams

“The space walks were amazing with the incredible views.”

― Sunita Williams

“Space felt like home.”

― Sunita Williams

“All of us who are flying on international space stations speak some Russian and speak some English. Both the languages are needed to fly in a Russian spacecraft and communicate with your colleagues.”

― Sunita Williams

“My first mission was six and a half months. We weren’t exactly sure how long it was going to be because I went up and back on the space shuttle, which was dependent on weather for launch and landing.”

― Sunita Williams

“In space, you need to stay as ‘usual’ as possible. On the space station, I would brush my hair every day.”

― Sunita Williams

“The International Space Station is a great place to live for a year.”

― Sunita Williams

“When you look at the darkest areas in space, you feel that there’s something out there that we don’t know about.”

― Sunita Williams

“The space program is a peaceful project. The next door is opening. We have to go farther into space. But, before that, we need to develop far more improved nutrition and more advanced spacecraft.”

― Sunita Williams

“In my space journey, I felt vulnerable because we did not have anyone with medical background. When we make that big trip to Mars, we would need a doctor on board.”

― Sunita Williams

“It’s – I mean, the Olympics, what is it? It’s an international competition to foster friendship and – and competition across – across the planet, and I think that’s exactly what the International Space Station is.”

― Sunita Williams

“The Space Station is primarily made of aluminum. The smell is really weird and sort of like burning metal. It is absolutely distinct and totally repeatable.”

― Sunita Williams

“The feel of space… Some folks have asked what it is like to work out in space. Yes, you can work upside down, right side up, sideways – anyway you want to to make it convenient.”

― Sunita Williams

“What is true and what most folks think is that there is no sound in space. From almost all recollections, I would agree.”

― Sunita Williams

“Gravity on Earth provides a force that keeps our bones and muscles working. In the microgravity of space, our bones and muscles are not taxed, so they begin to atrophy.”

― Sunita Williams

“The main goal of the International Space Station is to work on peaceful projects. In space, we’re all people from Earth.”

― Sunita Williams

“We are lucky to live on such a planet, and we should not take it for granted. After my space experience, I am a lot more tolerant of people and opinions, of everything.”

― Sunita Williams

“There was nothing in my past that had lended itself to anything that had to do with space except for watching ‘The Jetsons’ and ‘Star Trek’ and stuff when I was little.”

― Sunita Williams

“And when I play they know I exist, and it leaves a space when I go.”

― Sunny Murray

“Now we are flying off into outer space, there is no clear curb on what can be done in the name of the economy.”

― Susan George

“I personally don’t lock in a performance, because I do leave room for things to happen, so I just make sure I’m very intimate with what I’m saying and why I’m saying it so that no matter what happens, we can do whatever we want to do and leave space for play.”

― Susan Kelechi Watson

“I might have missed my calling as an editor. In the spring, the sight of my empty garden beds gives me the horticultural equivalent of writers’ block: So much space! So many plants to choose among, and yet none of them seem quite right!”

― Susan Orlean

“As photographs give people an imaginary possession of a past that is unreal, they also help people to take possession of space in which they are insecure.”

― Susan Sontag

“I have seen and really liked the varied movie adaptations of the book, but ‘Little Women’ has a sprawling, richly tangled story that needs time and space to weave its magic.”

― Susanna Kearsley

“I thrive in places where there are different kinds of people and energies that can go into creating a very cosmopolitan kind of space.”

― Sushmita Sen

“Public intellectuals come from a range of areas and use their expertise to comment more widely than just their field. They want to make a contribution to public space, and they stick their necks out to do it.”

― Susie Orbach

“I have collected the history of ‘domestic,’ ‘indoor’ socialism, bit by bit. The history of how it played out in the human soul. I am drawn to that small space called a human being… a single individual. In reality, that is where everything happens.”

― Svetlana Alexievich

“Our singer, Matt, was reading Stephen Hawking and other physics-related books, and I was reading entrepreneurial books, and we all started discussing the new technologies that were taking over the world, from 3-D printing to space travel. These conversations starting leading us to think of how we could portray these things in a musical way.”

― Synyster Gates

“As long as there’s political uncertainty around the energy space, stock prices will come down.”

― T. Boone Pickens

“It is only in the world of objects that we have time and space and selves.”

― T. S. Eliot

“When you read a comic book, there’s a space between what’s happening on the panel and what you have to literally see in your mind. That’s not true of movies, where you see everything.”

― Ta-Nehisi Coates

“What matters is how good you are in the screen space you get.”

― Taapsee Pannu

“Writing is always a restorative process. It’s like paddling a kayak. When you’re writing, you can’t do anything else. You’re in the space you’re in. So, in that way, it’s enormously centering and restorative.”

― Tabitha King

“Every major technological step forward has profoundly changed human society – that’s how we know they’re major, even if we don’t always realise it at the time. Farming created cities. Writing, followed eventually by printing, vastly increased the preservation and transmission of cultural information across time and space.”

― Tad Williams

“All architecture has a public nature, I believe, so I would like to make a public space.”

― Tadao Ando

“Spiritual space is lost in gaining convenience. I saw the need to create a mixture of Japanese spiritual culture and modern western architecture.”

― Tadao Ando

“When I design buildings, I think of the overall composition, much as the parts of a body would fit together. On top of that, I think about how people will approach the building and experience that space.”

― Tadao Ando

“If I can create some space that people haven’t experienced before and if it stays with them or gives them a dream for the future, that’s the kind of structure I seek to create.”

― Tadao Ando

“Fred Segal was founded – by none other than Fred Segal – as a tiny jeans retailer in 1968. In the 1970s Segal, began selling space to employees, starting with his nephew Ron Herman.”

― Tahl Raz

“I’m in all my films, I can’t help it. I just jam myself in there if there’s a space.”

― Taika Waititi

“The works I made at the start of my career rely on the themes of war, atomic power, and outer space.”

― Takashi Murakami

“People love talking about how much an actor makes. A lot of headline space is dedicated to this.”

― Tamannaah

“I’ve noticed that wherever I’ve lived, I’ve either painted murals or done something sort of ridiculously over the top to make a space my own.”

― Tamara Taylor

“The young girls of color that first encountered the ‘me too’ movement in community centers and classrooms and church basements were there not only because they needed a safe space, but because they needed their own space.”

― Tarana Burke

“As a community, we create a lot of space for fighting and pushing back, but not enough for connecting and healing.”

― Tarana Burke

“Social media is not a safe space.”

― Tarana Burke

“Religious symbols should be visible in public space, in a dignified and non-provocative manner. Christmas trees here, Jewish menorahs there and, further along, a minaret – these symbols represent human life in all its diversity.”

― Tariq Ramadan

“I don’t know that a lot of boys read ‘Rookie’, but we get quite a few nice comments and e-mails from them. To say I’m devoted to making it girls-only is a little extreme, because I don’t actively try to exclude everyone else, just make sure girls know that this space is for them first and foremost.”

― Tavi Gevinson

“I can’t deal with someone wanting to take a relationship backward or needing space or cheating on you.”

― Taylor Swift

“I can’t deal with someone wanting to take a relationship backward or needing space or cheating on you. It’s a conscious thing; it’s a common-sense thing.”

― Taylor Swift

“As a kid, I was obsessed with space. Well, I was obsessed with nuclear science too, to a point, but before that, I was obsessed with space, and I was really excited about, you know, being an astronaut and designing rockets, which was something that was always exciting to me.”

― Taylor Wilson

“In the mess of moving from place to place, I skipped two grades in the space of one year.”

― Tea Obreht

“My place in Chicago is a 105 year old house, but I really like contemporary spaces too, so it’s refreshing and fun to be in a space where you can do contemporary things.”

― Ted Allen

“The ideas keep going, you have the material, you cut because there’s a limit to the space allowed to you. And the space is limited because of some other constraints that have to do with money or printing or whatever.”

― Ted Nelson

“In a Transtromer poem, you inhabit space differently; a body becomes a thing, a mind floats, things have lives, and even non-things, even concepts, are alive.”

― Teju Cole

“I think that autistic brains tend to be specialized brains. Autistic people tend to be less social. It takes a ton of processor space in the brain to have all the social circuits.”

― Temple Grandin

“If you have autism in the family history, you still vaccinate. Delay it a bit, space them out.”

― Temple Grandin

“One can think of any given axiom system as being like a computer with a certain limited amount of memory or processing power. One could switch to a computer with even more storage, but no matter how large an amount of storage space the computer has, there will still exist some tasks that are beyond its ability.”

― Terence Tao

“I’m really excited about this generation of young women that can look at a screen and see some brown people in space.”

― Tessa Thompson

“As black women, we’re miles behind our white counterparts in being offered the space to create and craft female characters in major blockbuster films.”

― Teyonah Parris

“Then I became a mother and it just fills every space, that isn’t filled with something else important. It’s just like this incredible balloon that blows up and fills life up.”

― Thandie Newton

“On flights, I cannot travel economy class, as I am too huge to fit into that space. I always have to travel business class.”

― The Great Khali

“The privilege I’ve had as a curator is not just the discovery of new works… but what I’ve discovered about myself and what I can offer in the space of an exhibition – to talk about beauty, to talk about power, to talk about ourselves, and to talk and speak to each other.”

― Thelma Golden

“We don’t have parades for mathematicians, we have parades for astronauts. You don’t think about all the thousands of people who worked on that capsule and crunched the numbers and were integral in getting that into space.”

― Theodore Melfi

“Inner space is so much more interesting, because outer space is so empty.”

― Theodore Sturgeon

“There are so many people from many different classes and ways of life who converge in one space to make a musical.”

― Theresa Rebeck

“I go to museums. I buy art, even. You should see my house; we don’t have any wall space left.”

― Theresa Rebeck

“Theater is a public space. It is a spectacular space. It is a gathering place.”

― Theresa Rebeck

“The Learning Hub is a collection of handmade concrete towers surrounding a central space that brings everyone together, interspersed with nooks, balconies and gardens for informal collaborative learning.”

― Thomas Heatherwick

“We have to be plumbers, electricians, construction engineers, or workers, on the space station, but at the same time running a laboratory, being scientists, being the best laboratory assistants we can be. It’s all in a bundle; it’s very exciting, it’s a lot of fun.”

― Thomas Marshburn

“In 2009 I went up on the space shuttle. I was in space for 16 days and docked at the space station for 11 days. The entire crew did five space walks, of which I was involved with three of them. When you’re doing a space walk, you always have a buddy with you. It’s a very dangerous environment when you’re doing a space walk.”

― Thomas Marshburn

“The blackness of space was a big shock to me. It is a deep, three-dimensional, oily blackness. You can feel the distance.”

― Thomas Marshburn

“What can we gain by sailing to the moon if we are not able to cross the abyss that separates us from ourselves? This is the most important of all voyages of discovery, and without it, all the rest are not only useless, but disastrous.”

― Thomas Merton

“You have to adapt and find your niche, in terms of the type of player you can become, both on and off the pitch. I always knew I’d have no chance against a 1.90m, 90kg defender in a duel, so the key is to avoid these situations altogether. You have to pick your space and time.”

― Thomas Muller

“Every good, successful player, especially an attacking player, has a well-developed sense of space and time.”

― Thomas Muller

“’Space finder’ is a phase I used in an interview one time, and it’s followed me ever since.”

― Thomas Muller

“I like to be active in space in behind the opposition’s midfield. That’s where I can hurt the opponent most of all.”

― Thomas Muller

“The most important thing in Guardiola’s theory is to play football, and this always stays the same. The basic idea is always the same, but different opponents offer different space which you can use to play in.”

― Thomas Muller

“When you go into something like a space movie, you think there’s going to be no music or little music.”

― Thomas Newman

“There is no battle space the U.S. Military cannot access. They said we couldn’t do Afghanistan. We did it with ease. They said we couldn’t do Iraq. We did it with 150 combat casualties in six weeks. We did it so fast we weren’t prepared for their collapse. There is nobody we can’t take down. The question is, what do you do with the power?”

― Thomas P.M. Barnett

“This moment exhibits infinite space, but there is a space also wherein all moments are infinitely exhibited, and the everlasting duration of infinite space is another region and room of joys.”

― Thomas Traherne

“I think, from a standpoint of editorial, you know, AOL historically has played in a very deep way across many different verticals in the content space. Huffington Post adds a very large new dimension to that.”

― Tim Armstrong

“Bebo has an opportunity to prove its products and services. Bebo plays in a very competitive space; it has big market share in specific countries. An AIM profile vs. a Bebo profile are very different experiences.”

― Tim Armstrong

“The original idea of the web was that it should be a collaborative space where you can communicate through sharing information.”

― Tim Berners-Lee

“Sites need to be able to interact in one single, universal space.”

― Tim Berners-Lee

“Premium, non-network television is occupying a space that art cinema used to enjoy. ‘Homeland,’ ‘Breaking Bad’ – 15 to 20 years ago, they would have been independent cinema stories.”

― Tim Bevan

“I’ve always felt like there was less creative space on sets with guardians. I just felt independent at a young age.”

― Timothee Chalamet

“SpaceX has reopened the cosmos, and the space race is back on, only this time it is in the private sector.”

― Timothy C. Draper

“Pollution is everywhere, in that ancient Greek sense of miasma: guilt experienced as abject body fluid, moral pollution defining what kinds of beings count in social space.”

― Timothy Morton

“Always say less than you think you need. Inject some space into the conversation.”

― Timothy Morton

“In many cases, contemporary materialisms map uncannily well onto Pre-Socratic ideas such that instead of Anaximander, we have the physicist David Bohm and his idea of an underlying ‘implicate order’ that transcends time and space.”

― Timothy Morton

“I discover in my experiential space evidence for the wrongness of solipsism, and this evidence is called beauty.”

― Timothy Morton

“Mental communication without verbalization… all space is made up of waves and we are constantly sending and receiving messages from our brain.”

― Tina Louise

“More than often, what you see, or what we’ve been able to recreate, has usually been a tampered-with version of what I have in my head, because the original idea has always been bigger. Every time I am in the mode of creating a show, there’s always some level of gravity that comes in play, either of a monetary sort, or there’s a space issue.”

― Tobias Forge

“Although I loved ‘Black Sails,’ ‘Lost in Space’ was like holiday camp after that.”

― Toby Stephens

“They sent me the script, and I was dubious at first. I said, ‘Lost in Space? They’re reviving that? They tried to do that with the film, and it didn’t work.’ And then I read the script, and I actually liked it.”

― Toby Stephens

“I watched a lot of American TV, all those repeats of ‘Star Trek,’ ‘Fantasy Island,’ ‘M*A*S*H,’ ‘Lost in Space.’ All that stuff was the fodder of my childhood.”

― Toby Stephens

“Games have gotten so big and interesting that they’ve moved beyond the toy/entertainment space. It’s not just a diversion from their regular lives; for a lot of people, it becomes an important part of their lives.”

― Todd Howard

“Every other movie is one of those action things. I mean, ‘Lost in Space’? A bunch of good actors running around shooting at special effects on a soundstage? I took my kids to see that and felt like I was on an acid trip.”

― Tom Berenger

“Once the words of a book appear onscreen, they are no longer simply themselves; they have become a part of something else. They now occupy the same space, not only as every other digital text, but as every other medium, too.”

― Tom Chatfield

“It’s about the characters, it’s about the film, it’s about the process of making stunning visuals and a huge, epic movie. It doesn’t matter if my head was covered in a black plastic bag and I was bouncing around in a space hopper: That’s the villain of Chris Nolan’s ‘Batman!’”

― Tom Hardy

“Showing young children in these communities, that there are outlets for their feelings, that there is room in a space for their stories to be told, and that they will be applauded – and it’s not about ego, it’s about connection: that their pain is everybody else’s pain.”

― Tom Hiddleston

“Faffing is good. It is an important part of life. Faffing is when we disconnect from the matrix and idle for a while, like a car. Our body and spirit know deep down that human beings were not made for constant toil so subconsciously creates space through the mechanism of faffing.”

― Tom Hodgkinson

“It takes a while to master the art of hammock-lounging. At first I could only manage five minutes or so before I thought I ought to get out and go and help a child learn how to swim or something. But after observing the Mexicans’ capability for staring into space for hours on end, I decided to put in some proper practice.”

― Tom Hodgkinson

“I wanted to look like the most diverse writer in comics! Spy genre, space genre, crime genre, and then you realize that it’s all actually the same thing.”

― Tom King

“One of the things I’m proudest of is, on my record ‘That Was the Year that Was’ in 1965, I made a joke about spending $20 billion sending some clown to the moon. I was against the manned space program then, and I’m even more against it now, that whole waste of money.”

― Tom Lehrer

“Tom Snyder was born to broadcast. He loved television and it loved him back. In that, he was a member of a vanishing breed, especially as narrowcasting displaces broadcasting, ‘online’ replaces ‘on the air,’ and any Tom, Dick or Mary can be monarch of a desktop domain, uplinking themselves to satellites in space.”

― Tom Shales

“Whoever has played tennis knows the court is pretty big and you always have space to put the ball in.”

― Tomas Berdych

“One day I would love to do rock a gig on the moon – how rad would that be? Isn’t Richard Branson flying planes to outer space? Motley Crue could be the first band to play on the moon.”

― Tommy Lee

“I can only thank Manchester City for everything they have done for me. What we have achieved in such a short space of time has been amazing.”

― Toni Duggan

“As a director, I think it is important to keep a space between yourself and your film. It’s like you are in the movie, but at the same time you are watching it from the outside.”

― Tony Jaa

“We have responsibilities for others, not just across space but across time. We have responsibilities to people who came before us. They left us a world of institutions, ideas or possibilities for which we, in turn, owe them something. One of the things we owe them is not to squander them.”

― Tony Judt

“My goal is to make space for my selfhood. All of it. All of me, not just the parts I like or think that others like but all of it.”

― Tracee Ellis Ross

“Why does everyone think the future is space helmets, silver foil, and talking like computers, like a bad episode of Star Trek?”

― Tracey Ullman

“Lately, I’ve been thinking about the difference between poetry and prose, and as I’ve experienced it, poetry is insistent. It allows for images and statements to operate in a single space and resonate powerfully without the application to be elaborated upon and narrated.”

― Tracy K. Smith

“I think my ability coming into the NBA is going to make it that much easier for me with the space and the different type of players here. I think just by the spacing alone is going to make my game that much easier and that much better for my teammates.”

― Trae Young

“You have to think about space differently; you have to think about time differently when you’re talking about a graphic novel versus a movie.”

― Travis Beacham

“When I return to the writing process after being away from it for a while, the first part of it always is being honest with myself: What am I into right now? Is it rock bands and guitars, is it noise, is it dance beats and electronics? Is it space, is it clutter?”

― Trent Reznor

“Anything humans can do in space, robots can do better.”

― Trevor Paglen

“Every person who went into the space industry did so because they looked up at the sky and were fascinated by it – not because they wanted to make a military or commercial object.”

― Trevor Paglen

“The NRO is like a secret twin to NASA. It’s the U.S.’ ‘other’ space agency. The agency is about as old as NASA, but its existence was secret until 1992.”

― Trevor Paglen

“On one hand, the idea of sending pictures off into the vastness of space and time seems nonsensical. On the other, I felt like the gesture carried an enormous amount of responsibility.”

― Trevor Paglen

“The U.S. space program has mythologies attached to pioneering and conquering, but the Russian tradition is very different. In the Russian tradition, the ultimate goal of humanity was to resurrect all humans.”

― Trevor Paglen

“In the late 19th century, Russian Cosmists such as Nikolai Fyodorov believed we need to go to space to collect all the particles of all the people who had ever lived. Cosmism says going into space is going into the past.”

― Trevor Paglen

“Technologically, it is not hard to launch an object into space. Emotionally, it has been difficult.”

― Trevor Paglen

“It’s not about having a plethora of suits, but having a few good ones. It’s all about fit. The contour of your body. If your shoulders are broad, you shouldn’t have shoulder pads. If you’re not a big man, you shouldn’t have extra space. I think it’s definitely worth having it properly fitted.”

― Trey Songz

“Anytime there is a new, interesting space that comes along, there are a bunch of companies that enter the market.”

― Trip Adler

“Meditation is really letting go of all the thought processes or ‘mind traffic’ that gets in the way of just whatever is between you and space and consciousness.”

― Trudie Styler

“Our democratic system, national identity, and international space must be respected. Any forms of suppression will harm the stability of cross-strait relations.”

― Tsai Ing-wen

“Moving to San Francisco affected me in a pretty profound way, in a lot of respects. I think it helped me evolve my sound and think outside of the space I’d been in in Sacramento. The scene there is so insular and kind of feeds on itself: you just end up playing the same shows with the same people for the same people.”

― Tycho

“In the beginning, I was truly trying to take what I felt when I was in a field or in an outdoor space and directly translate it into the music.”

― Tycho

“If I could be any avatar and go into a social virtual space, I think I would try to be my avatar from ‘Ready Player One’ ’cause why not? He’s already got the windy hair.”

― Tye Sheridan

“Fifty thousand dollars’ worth of cabinets isn’t going to make you a better cook; cooking is going to make you a better cook. At the end of the day, you can slice a mushroom in about three inches of space, and you can carve a chicken in a foot and a half. So it doesn’t matter how big the kitchen is.”

― Tyler Florence

“Every astronaut flew into space for a living. But while NASA has not solved the security problems, I would not put me back into a shuttle – and no other astronaut. The confidence is shaken.”

― Ulrich Walter

“Our life is full of empty space.”

― Umberto Eco

“And since Italy was involved in the space station as well as signed an agreement with NASA. And when the possibility to enter the 1996 Mission Specialist class.”

― Umberto Guidoni

“And so, in case we have contingencies and things that we cannot accomplish within the duration of the space walk, we have a buffer, I mean, in order to be able to complete the… what we want to accomplish.”

― Umberto Guidoni

“During that space walk there will be some repositioning of the power so that the arm can be fully controlled by the robotic station that is in the Lab.”

― Umberto Guidoni

“Well, we have two major goals. The most important one is to get the station arm on board the station, because that’s this really milestone in the space station building since from now on they will be using this arm to continue building the space station.”

― Umberto Guidoni

“When this space walk will be completed, then the arm will be fully operational and ready for the next activity that will be pretty much the testing, the first flight testing of the space station arm.”

― Umberto Guidoni

“An artiste’s input, her ability to create dimensions within the given space is very important.”

― Urmila Matondkar

“I think there’s something really thrilling to having to get people laughing about something, and then, when you have them in that comfort space, you can drop the weight into the texture of the story.”

― Uzo Aduba

“A bird cannot fly with one wing only. Human space flight cannot develop any further without the active participation of women.”

― Valentina Tereshkova

“Once you’ve been in space, you appreciate how small and fragile the Earth is.”

― Valentina Tereshkova

“Hey sky, take off your hat, I’m on my way!”

― Valentina Tereshkova

“If women can be railroad workers in Russia, why can’t they fly in space?”

― Valentina Tereshkova

“They forbade me from flying, despite all my protests and arguments. After being once in space, I was desperately keen to go back there. But it didn’t happen.”

― Valentina Tereshkova

“On Earth, men and women are taking the same risks. Why shouldn’t we be taking the same risks in space?”

― Valentina Tereshkova

“There was a lake beneath me, but the big, heavy parachute which had to be opened two miles above the ground couldn’t be steered. My first thought was, ‘Lord, they send just one woman into space, and she has to end up in the water.’”

― Valentina Tereshkova

“We didn’t have rest days or weekends because we had to get ready as fast as possible, so we could beat the Americans, who were also racing to send a woman into space.”

― Valentina Tereshkova

“I felt fine after 24 hours and asked the state commission to prolong my stay in space to three days. And I carried out the entire schedule. Could I have done that if I had been half-dead?”

― Valentina Tereshkova

“After being once in space, I was keen to go back there. But it didn’t happen.”

― Valentina Tereshkova

“It doesn’t matter what country or what political system you are from. Space brings you together.”

― Valentina Tereshkova

“I would not say that female cosmonauts are not welcomed in the Russian space program. I must say, however, that all spaceflight hardware, including spacesuits and spacecraft comfort assuring systems, were designed mostly by men and for men.”

― Valentina Tereshkova

“More women should actively participate in space flight. There are many well educated women working in the space industry; they are very good candidates.”

― Valentina Tereshkova

“Mine’s called leptomeningeal carcinomatosis. It’s incurable. It’s terminal. And it’s in a tiny space – a huge area all around the brain and up and down the spine. But it’s small area where the spinal fluid is. It’s microscopic. You can’t see it. It isn’t lumps that they can say, ‘Oh we can zap that.’”

― Valerie Harper

“In the future I think the labels on most pop music are going to go. Everyone keeps jumping into everyone else’s space.”

― Valerie Simpson

“Not everyone is lucky enough to be given space and trust.”

― Vanessa Paradis

“I’ve worked with a couple of these really cool, great actors like Ted Danson and Glenn Close. They all have their own presence when they walk into a room, and I was excited to see what Tom Selleck’s ‘space’ was going to be like.”

― Vanessa Ray

“Music dominates the universe. It is the prime force. It has given shape to space.”

― Vangelis

“Sex in space is not just a good idea, it’s survival.”

― Vanna Bonta

“Space is as infinite as we can imagine, and expanding this perspective is what adjusts humankind focus on conquering our true enemies, the formidable foes: ignorance and limitation.”

― Vanna Bonta

“In the film, I’m not very mobile, like in the space suit.”

― Verne Troyer

“For me, the story must be the hero of the film. The screen space or the length of my role does not matter.”

― Vicky Kaushal

“I realise that film industry is a brittle and fragile world, but I’m ready to face it all because I’m too much in love with this space.”

― Vicky Kaushal

“If I have done a role that’s taken me to a certain space emotionally, I won’t repeat that; I would rather do something now that taps into something else in my psyche… maybe something that makes me nervous.”

― Vicky Kaushal

“Since our inception, Youku Tudou as the leader in the multi-screen video space has helped transform how video and entertainment-related content is distributed and marketed.”

― Victor Koo

“Reverse-parking in a small space is one of those high-pressure situations where a critical, watching eye becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy.”

― Victoria Coren Mitchell

“I often feel newspapers are just filling up space. Of course, I also know people who write really long books.”

― Vikram Seth

“I didn’t have to do much to get a role in ‘Lootera.’ I got my debut screen space in Bollywood after director Vikramaditya Motwane saw me in one of my serials.”

― Vikrant Massey

“When I used to watch TV when I was young, it was a fun space which helped us relax and de-stress.”

― Vikrant Massey

“Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom.”

― Viktor E. Frankl

“Their Internet usage is growing very rapidly, and even they can do the math: If everyone in China needed an IPv4 address – just one – this country would use up one third of the entire public IP address space.”

― Vint Cerf

“We all know the Internet didn’t explode until it became a commercial enterprise. Space communication will probably have the same characteristic.”

― Vint Cerf

“There is a project that’s underway called the interplanetary Internet. It’s in operation between Earth and Mars. It’s operating on the International Space Station. It’s part of the spacecraft that’s in orbit around the Sun that’s rendezvoused with two planets.”

― Vint Cerf

“I was the kind of poor where I knew right away I had less than everyone around me. Our environment, our physical space reflected our income.”

― Viola Davis

“I am vigorously opposed to the Mexican trucks coming into the country. The way we have done it and, I think, the way we should do it in the future, is to have the goods come into the United States from Mexico within a 20-mile commercial space and unloaded from Mexican trucks into U.S. trucks.”

― Virgil Goode

“Lofts were never supposed to be homes. They were vacant old factories and warehouses, taken over by artists looking for cheap space and good light.”

― Virginia Postrel

“Loft living is the antithesis of suburban domesticity, if only because the open spaces don’t easily accommodate family life. Lofts also offer residents the opportunity – and responsibility – to structure their own space to reflect what’s important to them.”

― Virginia Postrel

“That great Cathedral space which was childhood.”

― Virginia Woolf

“For an object under the eye will appear very different from the same object placed above it; in an inclosed space, very different from the same in an open space.”

― Vitruvius

“During the dot-com days, one could take just about any company public and reap fortunes. All you had to do was to make sky-high projections for growth, say you were in the Internet space, and go along with unscrupulous investment bankers and their analysts.”

― Vivek Wadhwa

“I don’t have space to enter into the examples or the history of this, so I’m left with having to make the bold statement that culture is extinct.”

― Vivienne Westwood

“The philosophy of FIFA is to expand world soccer space, to spread out the world football space.”

― Vladimir Putin

“Why not a space flower? Why do we always expect metal ships?”

― W. D. Richter

“I don’t think the space station will ever do anything for exploration. Putting people up there for a year or more is the only way you will get anywhere near the exploration concept.”

― Wally Schirra

“I’ve always thought space station is a great name. It should be like a gas station where we go for service and supplies before heading further out.”

― Wally Schirra

“It’s hard for us to really understand the immensity so far of the conquest of space.”

― Walter Cronkite

“Our fresh technical resources have furthered the disintegration of solid masses of masonry into slender piers, with consequent far-reaching economies in bulk, space, weight, and haulage.”

― Walter Gropius

“The problem of the minimum dwelling is that of establishing the elementary minimum of space, air, light, and heat required by man in order that he be able to fully develop his life functions without experiencing limitations due to his dwelling, i.e. a minimum modus vivendi in place of a modus non moriendi.”

― Walter Gropius

“On the Web, we can be whoever we wish to be, editing the face we show to others in ways that aren’t possible in physical space. We can also fine-tune the complexity and depth of our interactions and relationships.”

― Walter Kirn

“My project was radiation damage of Si and Ge by energetic electrons, critical for the use of the recently developed semiconductor devices for applications in outer space.”

― Walter Kohn

“We agree that man was not created to survive in space.”

― Walter Lang

“If leaders in the space program had at its beginning in the 1940s, pointed out the benefits to people on earth rather than emphasizing the search for proof of evolution in space, the program would have saved $100 billion in tax money and achieved greater results.”

― Walter Lang

“Scripture suggests that the elements in space were created for the benefit of earth, while evolution suggests that earth is an insignificant speck in vast space.”

― Walter Lang

“A long life in journalism convinced me many presidents ago that there should be a large air space between a journalist and the head of a state.”

― Walter Lippmann

“When I was 13, I thought I was pretty hot stuff because I knew BASIC programming, self-taught on the family’s Commodore 64. One of my crowning accomplishments was writing a silly little program that showed a crudely-drawn Space Shuttle lifting off in a cloud of pixelated smoke.”

― Walter O’Brien

“The ultimate aim of all science to penetrate the unknown. Do you realize we know less about the earth we live on than about the stars and the galaxies of outer space? The greatest mystery is right here, right under our feet.”

― Walter Reisch

“Don’t you see what’s at stake here? The ultimate aim of all science to penetrate the unknown. Do you realize we know less about the earth we live on than about the stars and the galaxies of outer space? The greatest mystery is right here, right under our feet.”

― Walter Reisch

“I have been the last space marine between earth and an alien invasion. I really just don’t need to go there anymore.”

― Warren Spector

“Find joy and solace in the simple, and cultivate your utopia by feeling the Tao in every cubic inch of space.”

― Wayne Dyer

“Your body has space within you that cannot die.”

― Wayne Dyer

“Don’t even try to talk to me when I’m watching the moon. That’s my moon, baby.”

― Wendelin Van Draanen

“Competition and competitive rhetoric can be healthy. It’s what drove the United States to pursue the Soviet Union into space, creating countless innovations along the way.”

― Wendy Kopp

“I’m one of those actors who’s going to have to create a space for themselves. It’s very easy to be the young Tom Cruise, because Hollywood knows what to do with you. But if you’re someone who’s bringing someone slightly left of center to the table, you’re not a sure thing.”

― Wentworth Miller

“I noticed that I got a better space in the line in Starbucks when I had my tattoo. People associate tattoos with a certain edge. Then I open my mouth, and something completely different comes out.”

― Wentworth Miller

“Perhaps I seek certain utopian things, space for human honour and respect, landscapes not yet offended, planets that do not exist yet, dreamed landscapes.”

― Werner Herzog

“There is just one thing I can promise you about the outer-space program – your tax-dollar will go further.”

― Wernher von Braun

“The dull externals of the screenwriter’s working life are well known: We are the people taking up too much table space at cafes.”

― Whit Stillman

“The desire to fly is an idea handed down to us by our ancestors who… looked enviously on the birds soaring freely through space… on the infinite highway of the air.”

― Wilbur Wright

“America’s love affair with traveling into outer space is deeply entrenched.”

― Will Hurd

“Bad actors like Russia, Iran, and China have demonstrated time and time again they have both the capabilities and the intent to use the cyber domain as an operating space to wreak havoc.”

― Will Hurd

“Kids today aren’t listening to music audio-only. They’re picking up a CD and looking at the lyric sheet and wondering why the pictures aren’t moving around. Who wants to do that? It’s like Bam Bam Flintstone hanging with the dinosaurs vs. Elroy Jetson who’s flying around space. If I’m a kid, I wanna be kicking it with Elroy.”


“Tackling and playing well in space against any spread offense is very important.”

― Will Muschamp

“I love producing. I am loving doing that. I think that is my most natural space in the business. I just love producing or editing and that’s where I thrive.”

― Will Smith

“I know how to learn anything I want to learn. I absolutely know that I could learn how to fly the space shuttle because someone else knows how to fly it, and they put it in a book. Give me the book, and I do not need somebody to stand up in front of the class.”

― Will Smith

“We have spent quite a bit of time considering a good space game, and I can’t really say anything at this point, but we are definitely still interested in that area.”

― Will Wright

“If the Sun and Moon should ever doubt, they’d immediately go out.”

― William Blake

“We are creatures of the moment; we live from one little space to another, and only one interest at a time fills these.”

― William Dean Howells

“I am constantly asked, ‘What’s the difference between acting in the theater and acting in film?’ The only answer I can give is the space – you adapt to the space. But acting is acting.”

― William Hurt

“I have a weird thing – if I can’t see where all the walls in my house are, I get a little bit freaked out. I think New York has Stockholm Syndrome’d my sense of space and what a house should be.”

― William Jackson Harper

“After one look at this planet any visitor from outer space would say ‘I want to see the manager.’”

― William S. Burroughs

“Language is a virus from outer space.”

― William S. Burroughs

“Man is an artifact designed for space travel. He is not designed to remain in his present biologic state any more than a tadpole is designed to remain a tadpole.”

― William S. Burroughs

“In my writing I am acting as a map maker, an explorer of psychic areas, a cosmonaut of inner space, and I see no point in exploring areas that have already been thoroughly surveyed.”

― William S. Burroughs

“People quote lines to me all the time. I’m always surprised – everybody has a favorite movie, and they’re always different. I’m always shocked. People stop me on the street and throw lines at me from ‘Tales from the Crypt: Demon Knight’ and ‘Deep Space Nine.’ ‘Shawshank’ happens a lot because they play it so much on TV.”

― William Sadler

“The mysteriousness and mystique of space is such, that science fiction attempts to tantalize you by telling you a story that could possibly be out there and that’s the appeal of science fiction.”

― William Shatner

“My fear is dying badly, through illness or injury. But what a glorious demise it would be to burn up in space.”

― William Shatner

“There have been times when I’m writing about things that are personally embarrassing. Like any human being, sometimes I can’t help but wonder – ‘What are the people I know going to think about this?’ So I have to remind myself that all is permissible. Art has to be a free space. Language has to be a free space.”

― William T. Vollmann

“The 20th Century was the century of Aviation and the century of Globalization. The next century will be the century of Space.”

― Wilson Greatbatch

“Rocket scientists agree that we have about reached the limit of our ability to travel in space using chemical rockets. To achieve anything near the speed of light we will need a new energy source and a new propellant. Nuclear fission is not an option.”

― Wilson Greatbatch

“Nuclear fusion of light elements like hydrogen or helium would permit approaching the speed of light. It seems very attractive to refuel your space ships where the fuel is.”

― Wilson Greatbatch

“I was really sick of bands just ignoring the audience as a posture in rock music. And I think we fed off each other in terms of trying to engage the audience, not in a hammy way, but actually trying to be aware of the space that you are playing in and trying to connect in some way through the music.”

― Win Butler

“Civil society space provides the oxygen for citizens to participate and meaningfully hold their governments and the private sector to account – and ensure that decisions are made in the interest of the majority and not the few. Without it, citizens have limited space to dissent and challenge the elites.”

― Winnie Byanyima

“Fundamental is the need for governments to protect the space for citizens to claim their rights, organize, and express themselves.”

― Winnie Byanyima

“Protecting space for civil society and citizenry is particularly critical in a world marked by rising political and economic inequality.”

― Winnie Byanyima

“You think of floating on a rock in space as so alien, but that’s exactly what we’re doing.”

― Winnie Harlow

“Each time I think I’ve created time for myself, along comes a throwback to disrupt my private space.”

― Wole Soyinka

“Under a dictatorship, a nation ceases to exist. All that remains is a fiefdom, a planet of slaves regimented by aliens from outer space.”

― Wole Soyinka

“Everyone gets very excited about the idea of space travel, but… it’s not going to be everybody that gets to go.”

― Wyatt Cenac

“I can’t live without my silver Marc Jacobs boots! They are a little bit cowboy, a little bit space alien. They go with everything.”

― Wynter Gordon

“They value different things in every country. In England, it’s very physical. You tackle, you shoot. I love watching it. In Spain, it’s different. Pass the ball, move, find the space.”

― Xabi Alonso

“I spend the entire 90 minutes looking for space on the pitch. I’m always between the opposition’s two holding midfielders and thinking, ‘The defence is here, so I get the ball and I go there to where the space is.’”

― Xavi

“There are a lot of teams that don’t want to play, that only want to defend against Barcelona, and that makes it difficult. We’re always looking for the open space. A lot of times we’ll face six defenders and four midfielders.”

― Xavi

“Cinema is a thankless industry where sometimes to appear on the cinematic scenery is a thing for late bloomers and people who are very patient. The places are accounted, and the space is often unwelcoming. Money is rare, and independent voices are muted by the almost complete absence of risk takers.”

― Xavier Dolan

“I love New Zealand and don’t get to come there much. The south coast of Australia and New Zealand have a similar vibration, and a lot of the music comes from this kind of space.”

― Xavier Rudd

“We want to keep creating the biggest impact we can in the cancer space by focuses on prevention, early detection, and psychosocial support.”

― Yael Cohen

“I wanted to create a movement and a safe space for people to come and find their ‘cancer home.’”

― Yael Cohen

“When I was in college, it was on the recommendation of a friend of mine. He recommended that I take an acting class, and so I kind of did. I was very open to feedback and open to suggestions. I had a little bit of space in my schedule, and I guess, as the story goes, I went into an acting class, and I kind of got the bug for it.”

― Yahya Abdul-Mateen II

“Fashion is one of those places in which, when you’re wearing something that feels like a representation of you, it does create, in a matter of speaking, a space for you to exist. Even if it’s just in a two-inch radius of where you are. It’s a walking, personalized area in which you can live.”

― Yara Shahidi

“For me, a taxi is like a public space because so many people get in that space.”

― Yasmine Hamdan

“English football is so physical and fast that when you see a space, you have to go into it with all your speed.”

― Yaya Toure

“It doesn’t matter at all for me that I work in hospital or anywhere with limited space. Every day, I’m creating new works with all my might.”

― Yayoi Kusama

“On Earth, men are seen as superior because of their physical strength, but it means nothing in space, where there is no gravity.”

― Yi So-Yeon

“There is something addictive in space that makes you want to go back – like the mountain climbers who want to go back to the Himalayas although their fingers were cut by frostbite.”

― Yi So-Yeon

“I will do my best to support science in Korea and space programs in Korea.”

― Yi So-Yeon

“Only in space did I realize how lucky I am to be Korean. Only in Korea could I have gone to space before turning 30 years old.”

― Yi So-Yeon

“If you ask me what’s harder, being famous or flying to space, I’d say fame is much harder.”

― Yi So-Yeon

“The Indian music scene is completely dominated by Bollywood music. We need to create space for indi-pop music.”

― Yo Yo Honey Singh

“I had a lot of space as a kid. My mother worked with human rights for the government, and my dad had a book publishing company, but they weren’t really musical.”

― Yung Lean

“I could have gone on flying through space forever.”

― Yuri Gagarin

“I see Earth! It is so beautiful!”

― Yuri Gagarin

“Growing up in Australia, space exploration wasn’t something I was too aware of.”

― Yvonne Strahovski

“Sports formed me. I was always decently skilled but lacked size, so I had to resort to using my skill versus my power. I strategically play golf because that’s all I can do. It’s the same on the basketball court. I try to get open and shoot it. Or I use the open space on the soccer field.”

― Zach Johnson

“I love the game of basketball. I guess it started with ‘Space Jam.’ Right after that movie, I went out there to my little Flight hoop and tried to do every dunk in the movie.”

― Zach LaVine

“There’s so many different styles to it. I use my athletic ability to create shots for open people, I run the floor, then also space the floor as well. That’s what I try to do.”

― Zach LaVine

“I try to space the floor and use my athletic ability to get to the rim… I try to get the best of both worlds.”

― Zach LaVine

“Yeah, I played with LEGOs. We had LEGOs, Lincoln Logs, and Playmobil, and they all occupied the same space. I guess that’s fairly common. I’m saying this as if it’s a bizarre phenomenon that we had a toy chest.”

― Zach Woods

“Protect the time and space in which you write. Keep everybody away from it, even the people who are most important to you.”

― Zadie Smith

“If you love a young writer, maybe the best thing you can do is give them a little bit of space.”

― Zadie Smith

“Architecture is how the person places herself in the space. Fashion is about how you place the object on the person.”

― Zaha Hadid

“Obviously for some people there is a big connection between music and the way you can create a space.”

― Zaha Hadid

“In every public space, everyone has their head down on their phone. Including me.”

― Zal Batmanglij

“Whether by my own volition or otherwise, I was given a year-and-a-half break after Dad passed. It was kind of like an elephant in the room, and everyone was giving me space, whether I wanted it or not.”

― Zelda Williams

“For the wise man looks into space and he knows there is no limited dimensions.”

― Zhuangzi

“I would love to play alongside Wayne Rooney. He does the running of two or three players and makes a lot of space. We would be the perfect combination.”

― Zlatan Ibrahimovic

“When you’re falling through space time has no meaning.”

― Zoe Bell

“The causes for my eating disorder ran along the usual lines: depression, an inability to express my rage, a desire to exert control, a desire to feel less, a desire to have my body express the things my voice could not. That, and I had gotten in the habit of believing it was better to take up less space.”

― Zoe Kazan

“Everyone who has felt alienated by the games industry, both would-be players and creators, needs to rally together and support one another as we create a space for those of us who don’t fit in traditional spaces.”

― Zoe Quinn

“I know the first time I see a ‘Goddess Mode’ cosplayer I’m going to cry in such a loud, obnoxious way that it’ll be audible from space.”

― Zoe Quinn

“I think there’s a certain space people have decided I occupy – the funny-sidekick thing.”

― Zooey Deschanel
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