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NASA astronauts will probably launch from the US before The Winds of Winter is published

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In this life, there are two things that are very important to me: space and the A Song of Ice and Fire series. 781 more words

Technology

Space Museum

Pretty amazing sculptures to show the location of the space museum, although I had to walk all the way around to find the entrance!

The first Russian space suit was really short! 223 more words

Travel

Astronauts Came to Morehead for 15 Years

Photograph above: Col. Cage, Scott Carpenter (in a Link trainer), Wally Schirra, and Morehead astronaut trainer James Batten. Photo courtesy of UNC Photographic Lab via Wilson Library digital collection. 179 more words

GRAVITY: Náufragos en el espacio

La última de Alfonso Cuarón es la película del momento, probablemente sea la del año y, seguramente, estará en las listas de lo mejor de la década. 1,193 more words

FYI, You Can Watch Astronauts Read Popular Kids Books From Space

Story time has never looked so cool.

By Taylor Pittman

If you’re looking for a way to take story time up a notch with the kids in your life, why not turn to astronauts? 754 more words

Kidlit

NASA Photo Archive Collection

Continuing on from the previous post about an auction in NYC at Swann Galleries titled “The Knowing Eye – Photographs and Photobooks” on April 19th 2018 is this… 229 more words

Astronauts & Cosmonauts

April 12, 1981 — The first space shuttle, Columbia, carrying astronauts Robert L. Crippen and John W. Young, blasted off from Cape Canaveral, Fla. on its first test flight.

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