The sky was the limit at the 2013 Grand Island Chamber of Commerce annual meeting Thursday night.
United States Astronaut Clayton Anderson was the keynote speaker.
His main message is to work hard, and as a team with others.
As a seasoned space walker, Anderson spent nearly 40 hours in the vacuum of space helping to build the Space Station.
He says during his career he has learned a lot about team work.
"An astronaut is simply the point on a sphere, and there are thousands of people doing a great job to put that astronaut into space and we have to look back and understand the contributions they've made as well as us," said Astronaut Clayton Anderson.
Anderson was born in Omaha and raised in Ashland.