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Neil Armstrong 1930-2012
"It'll be more than just a space achievement, Larry. It'll be a symbol to the world of our abundant way of life."
"Oh, is that today?"
Christmas in Space
An astronaut exploring a new planet finds a "No Smoking" sign.
NASA discovers Ultima Tule, an object the farthest stretch from truth in the universe
One Giant Step for a Man
You must be this tall.
"NASA has been broke since the eighties. We had to pay for this somehow."
"Well, I guess this rock sample pretty much clears up any lingering doubts about life on Mars!"
"I knew there would be a time I could wear them without destroying my feet."
"Nasa puts Cinder black in space, because."
"I'd like to say 'Hi' to my granddaddy in Roswell, New Mexico."
"Did the cow that jumped over the moon have NASA funding?"
'No sign of intelligent life. . . just a few bankers!'
'We don't need more spending on big government!'
Pentagon Science Contest: 'Since the military isn't known for doing things for the sake of science, why would they want to figure out how they can people to another solar system.'
Pentagon Science Contest: 'I think the post office lost my invitation from the pentagon for their 'star trek' contest.'
Pentagon Science Contest: 'I'm banking on the word 'feasible' as a safety net.'
Why men stopped going to the moon.
Pentagon Science Contest: '...It's a contest by the pentagon. They're gonna pay out half a million bucks to someone who comes up with the best idea on how people could travel to another solar system.'
Lasting Impression - Neil Armstrong 1930-2012.
"It's fine - you know, it's a moon."
As a defunct 6.5 ton NASA satellite falls to earth. . . scientists aim to pin-point the exact location of where the debris will land. . . using the time honoured method.'