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Wordless Wednesday: Space CRAFTS! July 14, 2015

Posted by mareserinitatis in photography, science, teaching.
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1. Doug LeQuire - July 15, 2015

Cool! I hope it was a fun event for all; too bad our excuse for a local newspaper (personal opinion) saw fit not to run a story on it. Instead, it ran a generic national news wire story on the Pluto fly-by. I hope that event got better treatment from the local TV stations; I usually miss the 10-o-clock news because of my work hours. Peace.

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mareserinitatis - July 17, 2015

I’m not sure how well it was advertised, so the paper may not have even known. We’re hoping to do other events with both the planetarium and air museum, so hopefully we can get some press next time.

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2. Anna - July 15, 2015

You should seek a job with NASA! I’m sure they would value your industrious skilfulness when they’re brainstorming what to send out to the next Space rock AND have to factor in their budget constraints.

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mareserinitatis - July 17, 2015

That thought has occurred to me, but I don’t know that they would like “styrofoam cups” as a solution. 😀

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Anna - July 18, 2015

Yeah, I guess you are right… Perhaps you could rename it to a more fancy sounding name in another language. What’s the Latin name for “styrofoam cup”? (Or Esperanto?) There are mostly engineers in NASA I think, and they may know many exotic languages. You could also paint it.

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