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Posted on 22nd Jul at 6:26 PM, with 1,365 notes

mucholderthen:

Destination Moon: The 350-Year History of Lunar Exploration
Infographic by Karl Tate
July 16, 2014  ||  Space.com

Posted on 22nd Jul at 4:23 PM, with 166 notes
pennyfornasa:

Today marks the 45th anniversary of Apollo 11’s Moon landing, the first time any human set foot on another world. No human has returned since 1972.Tell Congress it’s time we took another giant leap for mankind: http://www.penny4nasa.org/take-action/Find the t-shirt here: http://www.snorgtees.com/no-one-ever-visits-anymore
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pennyfornasa:

Today marks the 45th anniversary of Apollo 11’s Moon landing, the first time any human set foot on another world. No human has returned since 1972.

Tell Congress it’s time we took another giant leap for mankind: http://www.penny4nasa.org/take-action/

Find the t-shirt here: http://www.snorgtees.com/no-one-ever-visits-anymore

Posted on 22nd Jul at 4:14 PM, with 74 notes
pennyfornasa:

“It’s been a long way, but we’re here.” - NASA Astronaut Alan Shepard While NASA has been sending American astronauts into space for over half a century, it all began with one - Alan Bartlett Shepard, Jr. An American test pilot, Shepard was selected as one of the first seven astronauts by the then newly formed National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Coined the ‘Mercury 7’, NASA’s first batch of carefully selected and trained individuals were to pilot the manned spaceflights of the Mercury program. In January 1961, Alan Shepard was selected from this group to pilot the Freedom 7 mission which would make him not only the first American in space, but the first human to reach this threshold. Unfortunately, due to delays by unplanned preparatory work, the flight was postponed nearly seven months after the initial planned date. In this time, more specifically less than a month prior to Shepard’s flight, Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin would leapfrog Shepard to become the first person in space and to orbit the Earth. On May 5, 1961, Shepard piloted the Freedom 7 mission and became the second person, and the first American, to travel into space.Following his involvement with Mercury and Gemini, Shepard would command America’s third successful lunar landing mission - Apollo 14. The first mission to successfully broadcast color television pictures from the surface of the Moon, Shepard piloted the Lunar Module Antares to the most accurate landing of the entire Apollo program.On July 21st 1998, at the age of 74, Alan Shepard succumbed to leukemia.Celebrate the career of Alan Shepard by writing to Congress to let them know you support doubling funding for NASA: http://www.penny4nasa.org/take-action/
To read more:http://goo.gl/QnZ6tjhttp://goo.gl/aaqsrvhttp://goo.gl/EIn4Iq
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pennyfornasa:

It’s been a long way, but we’re here.” - NASA Astronaut Alan Shepard 

While NASA has been sending American astronauts into space for over half a century, it all began with one - Alan Bartlett Shepard, Jr. An American test pilot, Shepard was selected as one of the first seven astronauts by the then newly formed National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Coined the ‘Mercury 7’, NASA’s first batch of carefully selected and trained individuals were to pilot the manned spaceflights of the Mercury program. In January 1961, Alan Shepard was selected from this group to pilot the Freedom 7 mission which would make him not only the first American in space, but the first human to reach this threshold. 

Unfortunately, due to delays by unplanned preparatory work, the flight was postponed nearly seven months after the initial planned date. In this time, more specifically less than a month prior to Shepard’s flight, Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin would leapfrog Shepard to become the first person in space and to orbit the Earth. On May 5, 1961, Shepard piloted the Freedom 7 mission and became the second person, and the first American, to travel into space.

Following his involvement with Mercury and Gemini, Shepard would command America’s third successful lunar landing mission - Apollo 14. The first mission to successfully broadcast color television pictures from the surface of the Moon, Shepard piloted the Lunar Module Antares to the most accurate landing of the entire Apollo program.

On July 21st 1998, at the age of 74, Alan Shepard succumbed to leukemia.

Celebrate the career of Alan Shepard by writing to Congress to let them know you support doubling funding for NASA: http://www.penny4nasa.org/take-action/

To read more:
http://goo.gl/QnZ6tj
http://goo.gl/aaqsrv
http://goo.gl/EIn4Iq

Posted on 15th Jul at 7:32 PM, with 1,464 notes

prozdvoices:

Anonymous said:

Can you give a sample of your evil/maniac laughter? Just wanna hear :D

Anonymous said:

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O..okay.

Posted on 15th Jul at 7:10 PM, with 31,230 notes

kristoffbjorgman:

did u know: most australian food slogans are aggressively homosexual

Posted on 14th Jul at 7:52 PM

Who wants to help me make a comic/graphic novel about bears and the summoning of bears? BEAR SUMMONING!

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