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Anything Can Happen Sunday: 7th Grade Diary Edition

A couple of weeks ago, I mentioned something about sharing a few excerpts from my 7th grade diary. And what better time to do that than on… 904 more words

Humor

Americans in Space!

The first American space station fell to the earth in thousands of pieces in 1979, after being used for about 6 years.  Thankfully, most of it landed over the ocean and in remote parts of Australia.  20 more words

Education

Reclining Saturn 1B


A Saturn 1B rocket of a type that flew from 1966 to 1975 reclines on its side in the Rocket Garden at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. 70 more words

Aerospace

The UFO paradox


So, on to the first proper article in The Unexplained, and it’s by Hilary Evans, one of the most intelligent and interesting writers on the subject. 554 more words

The Unexplained

The Vacuum of Space

Obviously inside of a space station or other star bound vehicle the inhabitants live moments away from a very hostile void just a few feet away. 373 more words

Skylab Project

Thrill returns at rocket launch

A curious feeling came over me this morning as I watched the television screen.

A rocket took off from a launch pad at Cape Canaveral, Fla. 261 more words

National News