#June2019

NASA is opening the International Space Station to tourists. I’m currently accepting donations, my friends.

Goddamn, would it make my life to spend a night at the International Space Station.

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Space Swoon: Hurricane Matthew from the International Space Station

Space Swoon: Full Moon as seen from the International Space Station

Space Swoon: Flying Through An Aurora’s Green Fog

Space Swoon: The International Space Station Passes By The Sun

Space Swoon: An Aurora from the International Space Station

ISS Aurora

A gorgeous picture of the aurora from the International Space Station, taken by Scott Kelly.

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Astronauts are eating the first space-grown vegetables, today. Lettuce celebrate!

Red Lettuce

Terrible pun! But this is pretty gnarly. Astronauts aboard the ISS are eating the first space-grown vegetables today, in the form of some seriously red romaine lettuce. To space! To Mars! To Andromeda! With ruffage!

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Space Porn: The Milky Way as viewed from the International Space Station

Swoon!

I say goddamn! If we can’t get up into them there Inter-national Space-Stations, at least they are doing us some solids. Sending back gorgeous pictures like this one. The Milky Way Galaxy straight bulgin’, the cosmos waving hello.

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The International Space Station mission shall live until 2024. At least.

ISS.

Here’s one victory for us space nerdos. The International Space Station’s mission just got extended until 2021. More than enough time for me to hone my space-skillz, so I can join my post-Earth brethren up there.

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SpaceX gets clearance to begin resupply missions to the International Space Station in October. Pumpkin Lager INC.

SpaceX is going to be bringing the fucking pumpkin spice to space this October. At least, that is what I would be doing if I was running the resupply missions during such a season. Getting ripped to the tits, staring at the Blue Marble from afar.

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