Iszael: There's not a single ironic thing about the project described in the article.People got together parts and spent a long time recovering massive amounts of data to reconstruct the high resolution pictures the early lunar orbiters took. It's a great project, and precisely what one would expect NASA to do.
OnlyM3: Apollo in 1969.Shuttle in 1981.Nothing in 2011.Our space program would look awesome to anyone living backwards thru time.-NDT
aerojockey: The most interesting thing in this article is learning that NASA raises chickens.
HotWingAgenda: So these guys are bypassing active firewalls and other cybersecurity measures to access backend systems and closely guarded information? No? Then they're not motherf*cking hackers. Words have meanings.
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