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Friday, July 29, 2005


I have been watching the Discovery space flight very closely since launch. This was the first shuttle launch I have actually actively followed in quite a few years. Even though things were looking a little rocky there with the foam shedding, thankfully everything seems to be checking out. I really don't want to see another streaking line of debris from a failed re-entry ever again.

I have also been proving my uber-geekiness to Eeyore during this mission. That's right, I've been running NASA TV feeds on my PC, and HERS during this mission. Heh. It's probably a good thing we don't have NASA TV on cable :-)

News for 07/29/2005

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