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Ron Garan
Nov 28
#SadFact - No one born after 1935 has been to the Moon
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Ron Garan
Nov 23
 Today at 4:01pm ET 3 Air Force pilots from 3 nations will leave the planet (@AntonAstrey +Samantha Cristoforetti +terry virts ) You can watch live at: http://1.usa.gov/158B2FJ 
NASA TV
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Ron Garan
Nov 22
Right now you have a 1 in 65 chance  to win a free copy of my upcoming book: The #OrbitalPerspective There's only 1 day and 14 hours left to enter +Goodreads "Orbital Perspective" giveaway contest sponsored by +Berrett Koehler Click below and enter to win!


 http://bit.ly/1uLwz3J  
Ron Garan
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Ron Garan
Nov 8
Vote for +Wasfia Nazreen  for the +National Geographic People's Choice Adventurer of the Year -- (I did!)

http://on.natgeo.com/1tLTN9A
Vote for the People's Choice Adventurer of the Year -- National Geographic
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Ron Garan
Oct 29
Had a great talk today about commercial spaceflight w/ +Ashleigh Banfield & +Miles O'Brien  on +CNN  Will be on again tomorrow ~ 12pm ET to continue the conversation....
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Ron Garan
Oct 24
Congrats to  +Alan Eustace  Jump From Stratosphere sets new record http://nyti.ms/1D7L3MV #AWESOME  
Alan Eustace Jumps From Stratosphere, Breaking Felix Baumgartner’s World Record - NYTimes.com
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Ron Garan
Oct 22
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Ron Garan
Oct 19
Ground Control to Major Ron - Former NASA astronaut says planet is 'beautiful and fragile' - Independent.ie
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Ron Garan
Oct 15

2 humans are "walking" in the vacuum of space right now You can watch live @ http://1.usa.gov/1u4Pi76 
NASA TV
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Ron Garan
Sep 26
You can hear an interview I did w/ Alan Taylor of +Popular Science Radio about +Spaceship Earth Grants  here:  
Part-1: http://bit.ly/1oltZfI  
Part-2: http://bit.ly/1oluaYr 
bit.ly/1oltZfI
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Ron Garan
Sep 19
Ever dream of looking back at planet Earth from the perspective of an astronaut in space? #SpaceshipEarth Grants can make YOUR dream come true. Apply To Fly to #space (and back!) shsta.co/FlyMeToSpace 
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Ron Garan
Sep 17
"One thing is clear from up here: everything is connected to everything else on that planet." -- astronaut Alexander Gerst (@astro_alex), one of the current residents of the International Space Station
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Ron Garan
Sep 16
If you had the opportunity to go to space and look at our mother earth like never before, your first words would be ____, ____ & ____. #FlyMeToSpace
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Ron Garan
Sep 15
Live your dream. Apply to Fly to Space! #FlyMeToSpace
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Ron Garan
Sep 10
To all the videographers & photographers out there, is it OK to use the term "pan back" figuratively (as in zoom out)
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Ron Garan
Aug 29
After delivering almost three tons of supplies and scientific experiments to the crew of the International Space Station, Orbital Sciences Corporation's Cygnus cargo spacecraft, the SS Janice Voss, left the station on Friday, Aug. 15.

Ground controllers in the Mission Control Center at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston detached Cygnus from the Earth-facing port of the Harmony module and maneuver it into release position. With the assistance of NASA Flight Engineer Reid Wiseman, Expedition 40 Flight Engineer Alexander Gerst of the European Space Agency then used the station's Canadarm2 robotic arm, operated from the station’s cupola robotics workstation, to release Cygnus.

Once the spacecraft was a safe distance from the station, its engines fired twice Sunday, Aug. 17, pushing it into Earth's atmosphere where it burned up over the Pacific Ocean. Station crew members had an opportunity to photograph Cygnus' fiery reentry back to Earth, gathering engineering data that could be applied to the entry path of the European Space Agency's Automated Transfer Vehicle cargo ship in January 2015.

Credit: NASA
#nasa #cygnus #orbitalsciences #iss #space #spacestation
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Ron Garan
Aug 19
Thanks  Christina Demuth for the nomination!

Over to you +Nick Skytland, Mike Fossum and  +Chris Stott 
ALS Ice Bucket

#alsicebucketchallenge  
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Ron Garan
Aug 15
Happy #IndianIndependence Day to the 1.2 billion Earthlings of #India ! #ISS  #India68
Twitter / FragileOasis: Happy Independence Day to the ...
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Ron Garan
Aug 9
+Dr. Franklin Chang Díaz, his VASIMR engine and the benefits to humanity...
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Ron Garan
Aug 5
Astronauts Ron Garan and Anousheh Ansari join us for this special AWB Hangout, "Astronomy In the Development of STEM Education". Though often neglected in traditional educational systems, astronomy is an ideal way to present science and other technical fields in schools. With limited resources, especially in developing countries, astronomy offers an accessible "laboratory" in a subject that already fascinates children. AWB's Telescopes to Tanzania is just one example of how astronomy is used to promote science learning and curriculum-building in developing countries. This panel discussion will look at how astronomy has been used for development and the opportunities that remain.

Guests:
Ron Garan is a former astronaut, aquanaut, and test pilot who is also an entrepreneur. He has founded multiple companies and socially-focused organizations. His social media following of 3.6 million makes him one of Google Plus’ “Top 25 Followed”, and a Kred “Top 1% Influencer”.

Anousheh Ansari was a co-sponsor of the $10 million Ansari X Prize for the first private launch of a reusable manned spacecraft, and the first female private space explorer. She is a serial entrepreneur and currently the chairman of Prodea Systems which she co-founded.

Kevin Govender is the Director of the International Astronomical Union's Office of Astronomy for Development in South Africa, which was created to use astronomy to make the world a better place.

Mponda Malozo is an environmentalist in Tanzania who also works with the educational system as a science consultant promotes astronomy through outreach activities. He is the Tanzania Coordinator of the Universe Awareness Foundation and a project manager for AWB's Telescopes to Tanzania.
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Ron Garan
Jul 25
From the orbital perspective, there we are, all 7.1 billion human passengers on Spaceship Earth, sharing the nights and the days, reaping the harvest of the seeds we have sown. #TheKeyIsWe    Photo credit to +NASA  astronaut Reid Wiseman, currently one of a crew of six living and working together onboard the International Space Station.
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Ron Garan
Jul 23
Here's a sobering RT #FromSpace  RT @Astro_Alex My saddest photo yet. From #ISS we can actually see explosions & rockets flying over #Gaza & #Israel pic.twitter.com/jNGWxHilSy
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Ron Garan
Jul 20
My new favorite watersport - Got some Flyboard lessons from 1 of the best flyboarders in the world,  Power Up Watersports'  +Ben Merrell  Try it! http://bit.ly/1n0WJNx
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Ron Garan
Jul 16
TONIGHT'S THE NIGHT
Hey G+niuses, the show start in less than two hours! I'm so nervousexcitedgrateful! Watch and join live at: bit.ly/1nq6BQT  

I can't wait to see your beautifulamazing faces fill my screen!
XO, Daria

Ps. Apparently the pre-hangout jitters make my wordsruntogether ;)

#hangoutiversary   #amplifyyourdreams    #hangoutsonair   #hoa   #tonight   #live  
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Ron Garan
Jul 11
+Astronomers Without Borders  builds minds & bring smiles

Check out the #TelescopesToTanzania project

http://bit.ly/1jA9HCy
Telescopes to Tanzania
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Ron Garan
Nov 24
 Samantha Cristoforetti originally shared this post.
Logbook L+1

Wow, wow, wow! It’s 22:00 here on the International Space Station (we’re on GMT time), I’m approaching the end of my first day in space and I cannot even begin to describe the experience of the past 30 hours or so. Really, I don’t know.

Saying good bye to my family, suiting up for launch, getting to the launch pad, riding up the elevator, strapping in... and then the launch, this wild ride to orbit and then an abrupt engine cutoff and feeling my body wanting to float off my seat. And the first glimpses of Earth: my first sunrise, the stars. My first sight of the ISS as we approached (more to that later) and then floating through the hatch into the warm embraces of Sasha, Elena and Butch.

The first clumsy attempts at “flying” , having our first meal, Butch giving us the toilet brief, Terry calling me to watch a sunrise from the Cupola.. and so many more impressions. It will take my brain days to process it all and I promise I will share as much as I can!

For now, I will tell you of one moment, which was so fortunate and unexpected. You know, when you fly to the Space Station in the Soyuz, unless you are the Commander sitting in the center seat, you can only see your destination from far away in the black and white camera view (the same image that is transmitted to Mission Control and usually shown during media coverage of docking). As a left-or right seater, you only have a side view and there’s no way to see the Station until you’re really close and parts of it start coming in your field of you. Before the flight, previous Soyuz fliers had reminded me to start looking for the Space Station in the side window in the last part of the approach and so I did: but I wasn’t prepared in the least for what I saw when we were at about 30-40 meters.

I had released my shoulder straps quite a bit at that point, so I was floating over my seat. As I turned to look outside, at first I looked back and saw one of our Soyuz solar panels, which I had seen before of course. Then my eyes caught something in the peripheral view. And as I slowly turned my gaze and when I realized what I was seeing, I was overcome by pure amazement and joy:  the Space Station was there, but not just any view. The huge solar panels were flooded in a blaze of orange light, vivid, warm almost alien. I couldn’t help exclaiming something aloud, which you can probably hear in the recordings of our docking, since at that point we were “hot mic”  with Mission Control. Anton reminded me of that and so I tried to contain my amazement and return to the docking monitoring. When I peaked again later, the orange glow was gone. 

Butch told me later that he had heard my amazement on com when  "the Station had turned orange.”  I didn’t know, but apparently there’s only a few seconds during day-night transition that the Station is lit by that amazing orange glow. And it happened to be exactly when I peaked outside!  I feel very fortunate that I had such a unique first glimpse of our human outpost in space: such a great welcome!

Which was only trumped, by the way, by the amazing welcome our veteran crewmates Sasha, Elena and Butch prepared for us!

Immediately after our arrival they took us to the Service Module to say hello to our friends and relatives in Baikonur and as soon as we have a few minutes break in the cm coverage they started to “ set the table”  with all the food they had already warmed for us!

Futura mission website (Italian): Avamposto42
avamposto42.esa.int

#SamLogBook   #Futura42  

(Trad IT)  Traduzione in italiano a cura di +AstronautiCAST  qui:
http://www.astronautinews.it/tag/logbook

(Trad FR) Traduction en français par +Anne Cpamoa ici:
 https://spacetux.org/cpamoa/category/traductions/logbook-samantha

(Trad ES - Currently not updated) Tradducción en español aquí:
http://www.intervidia.com/category/bitacora
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Ron Garan
Nov 22
 Samantha Cristoforetti originally shared this post.
Logbook: L-1

Well, this is likely my last countdown logbook (or maybe the second last). Over two weeks ago I told you about our final exams in Star City. In the meantime, the countdown is almost down to zero and it will be soon time to start counting up... from orbit!
 
Just to give you a few (mainly visual) impressions from the past few weeks:
 
... back in Moscow we participated in the traditional visit to the Gagarin's tomb on the Red Square, after a press conference and a visit to Yuri Gagarin's office in Star City, where we signed "the" book

https://www.flickr.com/photos/astrosamantha/sets/72157649166545521

...Tuesday last week, after a traditional "breakfast" where everybody gathers around a table full of food, but nobody eats, we boarded a plane to Baikonur to start our quarantine

https://www.flickr.com/photos/astrosamantha/tags/departure

...on the following day, we were up early to drive to the Cosmodrome to meet our spaceship: we were in the descent module both in flight suits and in the Sokol, practicing descending down from the orbital module; we did com checks; we reviewed where the survival equipment is stowed; we familiarize ourselves with our space vehicle

https://www.flickr.com/photos/astrosamantha/sets/72157649274818191/

 ...we planted trees (Terry and I now have our own tree on the cosmonaut alley)

https://www.flickr.com/photos/astrosamantha/tags/tree/

...we trained our body and our vestibular system on the tilt table and the rotating chair

https://twitter.com/AstroSamantha/status/536023881803251712
 
...we signed thousands of photographs

https://twitter.com/AstroSamantha/status/536024216684875776
 
... we went to meet our spaceship one more time; this time it was already in its shroud and after we left, it was transferred to the rocket assembly building to be mated to the rocket

http://www.energia.ru/ru/iss/iss42/photo_11-19_2.html
 
...we visited the cosmodrome museum and even the original little rooms of Gagarin and Korolyov

https://twitter.com/AstroSamantha/status/535354588757778432
 
...our rocket was rolled out to the pad

https://www.flickr.com/photos/astrosamantha/tags/rollout

...we had a meeting with representatives of the search and rescue teams, hundreds of people and dozens of assets deployed along the ground track of our ascent all the way to the Pacific to rescue us in case of need; and also ready to rescue us back in Kazakhstan should we need to do an emergency landing in the following few orbits.
 
...we had a meeting with the ballistic group, giving us the latest information from their side.
 
To spend a few more words on that: if you're counting down to the second, you might want to know that start has been moved by one second to 00:01:14 Moscow time (that's 21:01:14 GMT, but we use Moscow local time on the Soyuz), with a maximum acceptable delay of 10 seconds. The rocket will burn for 528 seconds, thus inserting us into a slightly elliptical orbit with an average altitude of 220km. The phase angle will be about 25°, which means that we will be 25° behind the Station. Since we'll be also about 200km lower, we will be faster and catching up (that's orbital mechanics for you). 25° is a bit less than the ideal phase angle of 30°, so we will have to raise our orbit quite a bit: we don't want to catch up with Station too fast!


About 45 min after launch and then again about 45 min later we will give engine burns of over 30m/s each that will raise our orbit and, that's the magic of orbital mechanics, also slow us down closer to the speed of ISS. 
 
Later we'll have two more small correction burns to completely fix our orbit and then, about 3 hours and 45 min from launch we'll start the rendezvous sequence with the Station, progressively raising our orbit to Station altitude and diminishing our relative speed (at docking, it will be only about 8 cm/sec!). At about the same time the Station will maneuver to turn around 180° and put the Russian segment in the direction in flight: in the very last portion of rendezvous, we will actually fly ahead of the Station, so in the final approach we'll be flying in front of it.
 
Docking is planned for 5:53 Moscow time (02:53 GMT) when we'll be about to cross the equator off the Western coast of South America. But probably we'll dock a bit early: once we're aligned and station keeping at 150m from our docking port, most likely Mission Control Moscow will give us permission to give the final approach command a bit earlier. 
 
But the way, due to maintenance work at the usual Pad 1, we will launch from Pad 31. Since we can not go to the rollout as prime crew, I'll see it for the first time on launch night...ehm, tomorrow!

Here's a picture of the traditional blessing of the rocket this morning.

Futura mission website (Italian): Avamposto42
avamposto42.esa.int

#SamLogbook #Futura42  

(Trad IT)  Traduzione in italiano a cura di  +AstronautiCAST qui:
http://www.astronautinews.it/tag/logbook

(Trad FR) Traduction en français par +Anne Cpamoa ici:
 https://spacetux.org/cpamoa/category/traductions/logbook-samantha

(Trad ES - Currently not updated) Tradducción en español aquí:
http://www.intervidia.com/category/bitacora
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Ron Garan
Nov 9
On stage at the Brandenburg Gate to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall with amazing people including Mikhail Gorbachev & Lech Wałęsa getting ready to launch our balloons in front of a crowd of 1 million — with +Jimmy Wales  +Muhammad Yunus  Martin Schulz, Mikael Gorbachev and Joachim Gauck.
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Ron Garan
Nov 7
Great to back in #Berlin.  Looking forward to the #FalloftheWall25 in T-2  days #FOTW25
Fall of the Wall | Facebook
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Ron Garan
Oct 28
About to go on live at +BBC Radio 5 live 
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Ron Garan
Oct 22
 One Young World originally shared this post.
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Ron Garan
Oct 22
From Space to The Ray D'Arcy Show!
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Ron Garan
Oct 17
Really enjoyed speaking to the next generation of explorers last week in the UK:
Astronaut takes one giant leap into Leeds school
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Ron Garan
Oct 9
 Spaceship Earth Grants originally shared this post.
BLOG: Leland Melvin shares his incredible journey to space & how he gained the Orbital Perspective from 330 km above Earth #Space
Breaking Bread
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Ron Garan
Sep 23
 Spaceship Earth Grants originally shared this post.
The positive impact you have on the world may start with just one person. But we must remember that the ripple effect of millions of small changes that are made around the world will eventually become a tidal wave of change. Do something today, no matter how small, that will make a difference. #‎BeTheChange‬ ‪#‎2030NOW‬

shsta.co/FlyMeToSpace
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Ron Garan
Sep 17
 Daria Musk originally shared this post.
APPLY TO FLY TO SPACE, FOR REAL
Earthlings! Remember our little-kid dreams of flying to space? Something out-of-this-world is happening! There is now a contest where you can apply to fly to space, for real! Srsly! +Spaceship Earth Grants is going to send someone(s) to space for a once-in-a-lifetime chance to gain an "orbital perspective" and come home to share it with the world!

ASTRO-ARTISTS
That's my favorite part about this project, the winner(s) will be picked based on how they say they would share their newfound experience. It's like they're looking for an astronaut artist! A storyteller! A painter! A photographer! A musician! A blogger! A dancer! Anyone who can translate the remarkable feeling for the rest of humankind!

IF I COULD FLY TO SPACE
Sadly, I'm not eligible for this contest because I've happily been behind the scenes on this project (because my favorite astronaut +Ron Garan invited me) to lend some ideas and creativity to the campaign! I'm also a judge, woo!! But if I was allowed to apply... Here's what I would say:

"If I could fly to space, sit among the stars, feel the weight of the world lifted off my shoulders as I float with a freedom reserved for angels and a lucky few... I think I'd hear the notes of the galaxy whispering in my heart, rearranging themselves into a celestial melody that I'd hum until my earthling feet touched back on my home-ground, where I would sing for the whole world, my space-inspired "orbital perspective" song. Music is a universal language that I trust could express the emotion and elation and revelation of my otherworldly trip, it would echo off the internet and emanate through earbuds and reverberate through rippling goosebumps with shared wonder of people all over the world. Yes I would share my experience through music and the internet and make a megaphone to recreate this magical moment with everyone."

APPLY NOW
Anyone can enter and the coolest part is that the more people apply, the more can fly! They will send 1 out of every 50,000 applicants! That's craziness! Also a bunch of the earliest applicants will be eligible for special prizes like weightless flights (I hope I get to do one of those!!) and other cool stuff. Go for it aspiring-astro-explorers! You can apply right here: https://www.spaceshipearthgrants.com

XO, Daria

#flymetospace  
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Ron Garan
Sep 16
What a remarkable opportunity to become a Co-Executive Producer of a documentary film, with listings in IMDB and elsewhere.

You also get to become a Singularitian with special VIP access to a one-week conference at Singularity University. Skip the application process. 

This opportunity is also tax deductible!
The University - Feature Documentary
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Ron Garan
Sep 15
 Spaceship Earth Grants originally shared this post.
"The sky is the ultimate art gallery just above us" - RW Emerson
What do you think you will see from #space? www.spaceshipearthgrants.com #FlyMeToSpace  
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Ron Garan
Sep 11
What International Development can Learn from Space Travel http://ow.ly/BnMNK 
What International Development Can Learn from Space Travel
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Ron Garan
Sep 9
Well worth a minute of your time. Do you think seeing this every day could change your perspective?

http://bit.ly/Yuyq1T
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Ron Garan
Aug 29
#IraqCrisis +Medair  responds to human suffering in northern Iraq.

Here's some photos from on the ground:  http://on.fb.me/1lA68x0

And here's how to help http://shar.es/11gjVf
IRAQ EMERGENCY UPDATE: Photos from on the ground | Facebook
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Ron Garan
Aug 18
 Fragile Oasis originally shared this post.
From the orbital perspective, there we are, all 7.1 billion human passengers on Spaceship Earth, sharing the nights and the days, reaping the harvest of the seeds we have sown. #TheKeyIsWe    Photo credit to +NASA  astronaut Reid Wiseman, currently one of a crew of six living and working together onboard the International Space Station.
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Ron Garan
Aug 10
Putting on the finishing touches :)

http://bit.ly/orbitalperspective
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Ron Garan
Aug 6
T-minus-31 minutes & counting to the @awb_org hangout on air bit.ly/1qQsTPn 
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Ron Garan
Aug 2
Yup!
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Ron Garan
Jul 25
#Gaza by way of #NASA via Megan Garber @ +The Atlantic  http://theatln.tc/1rD1myS 
Gaza, by Way of NASA
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Ron Garan
Jul 20
NASA TV will replay humanity’s first steps on the moon at 10:39 p.m. EDT. You can watch at: http://www.nasa.gov/nasatv ‪#‎Apollo45‬ ‪#‎Apollo11‬
NASA TV
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Ron Garan
Jul 20
 Fragile Oasis originally shared this post.
Do we look back with wistfulness, or do we move forward with purpose - together? #Apollo45
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Ron Garan
Jul 13
 Fragile Oasis originally shared this post.
Moonrise over our home planet. Credit:@NASA
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Ron Garan
Jul 10
This is one of my favorite Space Shuttle pictures. I took it over Long Island (The other Long Island) as the last Space Shuttle to fly (Atlantis) approached the International Space Station
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