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The Landscapes Between

Date: August 25, 2022 | By: Ashish Sanghrajka | Category: Travel Blog

Dear Advisor Partners,

Earlier this year, before my son’s 15th birthday, I began thinking about a meaningful gift, something that he would remember.  As I wondered, I thought about an article I read regarding NASA’s return to the moon, a mission called Artemis. As I researched more, I realized I could get my son’s name on a document that will be carried up on the mission.

Then my mind shifted to Mars when I remembered a visit to Jordan, to a location near Wadi Rum that reminded me of the images and renderings of the surface of the red planet. With space travel advancing and space tourism ever closer to becoming a reality, on top of a historic launch about to occur, we crafted this video about Jordan to celebrate how far we have come. Blending what we see down here with what we envision to be up there, travel possibilities and imagination can happily meld.

While the deserts of Mars and lunar surface of the moon get closer, the orbital landscapes of Jordan are already within reach. Please enjoy this week’s video. 

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