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A very special thanks to NASA's social media
A very special thanks to NASA's social media for helping me promote this project.
Thanks a lot.
Real stuff much cooler than sci-fi. LOVE! this project.
if you are a NASA fanatic like me, support at Apollo 11 Saturn-V
Thanks to Patrick Skahill and WNPR news
A special thanks to Patrick Skahill for helping me promote this idea in his blog: The Beaker.
The Beaker is a blog about science and technology from WNPR News. It’s written by reporter Patrick Skahill and its banner is designed by Brian Cook. Patrick covers science with an emphasis on health care and the environment. Prior to becoming a reporter, he was the founding producer of WNPR’s The Colin McEnroe Show, which began in 2009 and won a PRNDI award in 2011. Patrick’s reporting has appeared on NPR’s Morning Edition, Here & Now, and All Things Considered. He never pipettes by mouth.
Thanks a lot!
Hubble Space Telescope lates and final version
Be blown away by the Mars Exploration Rover (MER)
If you are a NASA fanatic, you just gotta love this:
If you liked it, support at: Mars Exploration Rover (MER)
Thanks to CollectSPACE.com for helping spread the word.
collectSPACE is the leading online publication, resource site and online community for space history enthusiasts. Their readership includes historians, museum curators and conservators, educators, authors, and private collectors. Astronauts and space program workers, both active and retired are also members of the community and audience.
Thank you very much.
Sign me up! Sign you up, too. Make this a reality
When Dr, Plait said in a twit to me: "I’ll have a post up Thursday" I thought he meant he was going to twit the project again.In my wildest dreams I would have imagined reading my name in Badastronomy. To most astronomers, this type of exposure is as frequent as breakfast, but for a "wannabe" astronomer like me, this is a once in a life time event. Thank you very much Dr. Plait, you did it again, and again!