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- STS-121: The Hardest Launch – part 1 waynehale.wordpress.com/2017/04/27/sts… https://t.co/9zsu8wL2P2 12 hours ago
- Energized this evening by judging - and interacting - with high school students at the local science and engineering fair. Great young folks 2 days ago
- Reminded this morning of hikes along the Ho river and Lake MacDonald. Thanks #cbssunday. Thanks National Park Service. Silence is golden! 4 days ago
- Celebrating grandson's birthday at the (baseball) park - priceless! 1 week ago
- Record today: 2091 days since STS-135 breaks record between ASTP and STS-1 longest gap in human launches from US soil. Soyuz is our ticket. 1 week ago
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