28 Years Ago Today…

I’d almost forgotten, but an article from Huff-Post Science reminded me that today is the 28th anniversary of the Challenger Disaster. I’ve provided a link to that article below, but here’s a couple of short videos I found while searching YouTube for the one in that article…

I wonder if I’ll ever be able to watch that without crying? I don’t know. Perhaps that’s why my mind is trying to forget…

At any rate, I recommend that you read Huff-Post’s Challenger Disaster Home Video Surfaces After 28 Years (EXCLUSIVE) to follow up…

The Audacity To Dream!

I found the first of these two wonderful videos in Jason Major’s The Audacity to Dream post at Universe Today. Here’s what he had to say about it: Making its debut at the TEDxISU (International Space University) event on July 6, the video above is an inspirational call-to-arms for anyone who’s ever looked to the…

The Grand Finale!

I’ve seen this amazing video, showing all 135 Space Shuttle launches at once, on two of my favorite sites: Universe Today and the Metousiosis blog. Here’s what they had to say: We’re not sure how we missed this when it came out last year, but this incredible video shows all 135 launches of the space…

Mixed Blessings Indeed!

First of all, I want to thank everyone for the amazing response I got to my Can I REALLY Just Be Myself?. It took all night (Tuesday into Wednesday) to put that together, but when it came time to “Publish” button I found myself filled with serious reservations about posting it. Thank again, for being…

Atlantis – A Final Tribute

I hadn’t planned to do a second post today, particularly one with another long video. But this one, from the STS-135: A Final Tribute post over at the Lights in the Dark blog, literally brought tears to my eyes… “… Four-and-a-half million pounds of hardware and humans, 135 launches, piercing the sky with fire and…