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(Slate)   How astronauts took the most important space photo in history   ( divider line
    More: Cool, Earthrise, Jim Lovell, astronauts, first humans, Death from the Skies, Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, Bad Astronomy, Phil Plait  
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2013-12-20 02:45:46 PM  
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2013-12-20 06:26:38 PM  
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This man is a national treasure.

As I've said before, I'm glad he's out there as we (the USA) desperately need someone pushing science. I just wish he'd stop stealing Sagan's material as his own.

He's the carlos mencia of science.
2013-12-20 05:11:26 PM  
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2013-12-20 04:30:53 PM  
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I would imagine they used a camera, pointed it at the scene they wished to capture, and pressed the "take picture" button.
2013-12-20 04:19:17 PM  
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I see QA's here bashing his former religion again. Nothing quite like the bitterness of someone let down by his own unrealistic dreams.
2013-12-20 02:38:52 PM  
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Scarlet Johanson's topless selfie?
2013-12-20 02:13:57 PM  
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