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   ZenGum  Saturday Aug 6 08:06 PM

August 7, 2011: New NASA Astronauts

Times are tough all over, it seems. NASA is lunching a probe to Jupiter, and this is the crew:

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Juno is carrying a few toys as part of a campaign to raise awareness among young people about math and science.

Three 1.5-inch figurines made by LEGO toys are on board - a likeness of the Italian astronomer Galileo Galilei who discovered four of Jupiter's moons, the Roman god Jupiter and his wife Juno.
More here: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2011-08-0...upiter/2827152 .


footfootfoot  Saturday Aug 6 08:28 PM

Juno's a babe, I'd totally hit that.

I like the frying pan, she can wok me up some veggies when we're through.



CaliforniaMama  Sunday Aug 7 10:31 AM

Galileo seems to be missing something at the top of his head - like his brain? I thought the Inquisition left him intact, yet here it looks as though they took their pound of flesh.



Trilby  Sunday Aug 7 12:01 PM

of course they're sending white people!

How racist!



Sundae  Sunday Aug 7 01:22 PM

Yay Science!
Two fictional beings and a man who was tortured for trying to tell the truth, and then had to lie to save his own life.

What's next?
Great landladies with Mrs Danvers and Rose West?
(the difference here being West was not an innocent)



Alluvial  Saturday Aug 13 03:37 PM

I'm a little annoyed that the female is a stereotype.



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