#26: "It" did happen to marry a beautiful woman. Hans Deeg is now in the Canary Islands, and you can write to him if you wish. At the time Hans was investigating Red Dwarfs by looking out through Draco. NASA Astrobiology's Baruch Blumberg has done some experiments in space on mammary gland proteins in sub-gravity, but he was really fascinated by the fact that the hepatitis B virus, after assembly, then (returns [italics]) to the endoplasmic reticulum! A confirmed glycine finding in space is sorely needed, though in the meantime, there's the lunar surface, which is a most reasonable stepping stone to Mars. Since the Japanese are well ahead, perhaps a robot-manned expedition. Of course, a robot "doctor" would be most necessary.