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Monthly janvier, 2017
Second Friday night in a row spent alone at Lowes. If I am here again next Friday I am asking for a job. But before coming I did stand outside and tried to see the ISS during the four minute window it was suppose to be visible. Not sure this is it but I get
See the bright spot on the right? That’s the International Space Station passing overhead. It was in view for about 2 minutes then it went into the Earth’s shadow. Fun to see!
✨The Nitrogen in our DNA ✨The Calcium in our teeth ✨The Iron in our blood✨The Carbon in our apple pies✨We’re made in the interiors of collapsing stars✨We are made of STAR STUFF✨Carl Sagan✨
Remember when Americans cared so much about the advancement of science that they were actually willing to sacrifice their lives for it? It’s okay…what we have now is cool too…..Per Aspra Ad Astra.
50 years ago, these brave men died during the Apollo 1 test fire. We must remember that there were many challenges to the Race to the Moon. It was a hard battle and unfortunately, these men didn’t get to see Neil Armstrong’s historic first steps on the moon. They died for space exploration; they died
That bright dot was the International Space Station as it passed overhead this evening. Truly amazing.
Today we honor the Apollo 1 crew, who were lost in a tragic accident 50 years ago today. Astronauts, from the left, Gus Grissom, Ed White II and Roger Chaffee stand near Cape Kennedy’s Launch Complex 34 during training for Apollo 1 in January 1967. On Jan. 27, 1967, the three astronauts were preparing for