A vision can never be too audacious or lofty. The two Voyager spacecraft provided so much scientific insight for our solar system. A vision can be simple, or can be lofty and daring. If the Voyager engineering team wanted to just send up a satellite, it was feasible with the current technology. But a true vision will not only have an objective, but can also ask “what else?” The finish line does not necessarily mean the end. Always ask what else you can do. What else can be accomplished. Go beyond.
Hey if it's not too much to ask, are any of the Seattle Bites cast disabled/ND?