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(NASA)   Batstronaut slips the surly bonds of earth   (nasa.gov) divider line 106
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2009-03-18 11:30:21 PM  
...But on that glorious day in March 2009, Fruit Bat went higher, farther, and faster than any other Chiroptera - 35 miles into the sky; he was the last Chiroptera ever to go into space alone. And for a brief moment, Fruit Bat became the greatest bat anyone had ever seen.
 
2009-03-19 12:25:40 AM  
akula: National Lampoon's Vacation

Now that was a reference.

Is it on Youtube...of course it is.
Clark Griswold farks up...
 
2009-03-19 01:20:07 AM  
Godspeed, Brian Molossidae.
 
2009-03-19 02:50:30 PM  
Die, Fledermaus! Die!

/ Sad, a little, actually
// Bats are cute.
/// Even the ugly ones
 
2009-03-19 05:31:13 PM  
Batman in the Operating Room: ...But on that glorious day in March 2009, Fruit Bat went higher, farther, and faster than any other Chiroptera - 35 miles into the sky; he was the last Chiroptera ever to go into space alone. And for a brief moment, Fruit Bat became the greatest bat anyone had ever seen.

His name was Eric. Eric the Fruit Bat.
 
2009-03-20 02:34:38 AM  
Poor little thing. It would be cool if they would paint a bat on the side as a totem, kind of commemorate it.
/Tenderhearted, what can I say...
 
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