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Thank you for the free chapter. Title and chapters seem to be very interesting and have much fun. You seem to have an almost great way of comunication with people.
Thanks for the wonderful compliment Orhan. You are welcome with the free chapter. I hope you will enjoy the rest of the book too. There is a lot of exciting fun ahead in the aerospace world! I hope you will be a part of it if you want to be. Brett
I am just a kid 10 years old to be exact. My life long dream is to be a Rocket Scientist. I’m not the smartest kid but i hope to be genius and wonderful rocket scientist, I am on my first year of middle school and this free chapter helped alot I am now the top of my class and i still really hope to be a rocket scientist.
Houston, we have a lift off to his second year of middle school wish him luck.
Thanks for arriving here Lorenz and pursuing your own growth! With dedication and persistence I’m confident you can find a fun field of study that can lead to a rewarding career for yourself.