Saturday, May 30, 2009

pockets ear

pockets left ear stays alert while she sleeps in her scratching-post apartment

star trek on a real spaceship;_ylt=Ak6aTCPeQbok_hZM7LNMCplxFb8C

LOS ANGELES – "Star Trek" has been beamed aboard the International Space Station.

Paramount Pictures said they transferred director J.J. Abrams' sci-fi franchise reboot to NASA's Mission Control in Houston. The movie was uplinked to the space station on Thursday.

NASA astronaut Michael Barratt watched the film on a laptop Friday inside the Unity module.

The 50-year-old astronaut said he remembered "watching the original 'Star Trek' series and, like many of my NASA co-workers, was inspired by the idea of people from all nations coming together to explore space."

galaxy rising

Galactic Center of Milky Way Rises over Texas Star Party from William Castleman on Vimeo.

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