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...Brandon, who was breathing heavily to the point of hyperventilating and exhausted from running in his bulky space suit, noticed a cave in another rock formation and decided to hide in it until help arrived. The astronaut made his way into the small but dark cave; he clumsily made his way to...
By Diana Christina
The little stars will twinkle, and one will realize how strange he is.
My personal account of the last space shuttle launch in NASA's history, STS-135. Personally-taken photographs included.
By Azmi Azahari
In the near future, a group of space explorers are on their way to explore the cosmos, taking advantage of their new faster-than-light drive. Still, there are problems to be faced while being in outer space. Follow their story as they tackle a minor, but potentially serious problem as they plan to
This story first appeared in the newspapers and on TV news on or about Monday, February 5, 2007. Below is my blog entry comment which was published "on-line" on a local newspaper website. Blog entries are not published in the newspaper...