NASA EDGE Celebrates 50 Years of NASA and The Daytona 500

We just arrived in Daytona long enough to stop by the NASA exhibit for the combined anniversaries for NASA and the Daytona 500.    It should be a very exciting weekend.  Tomorrow we are planning to talk to people in and around Daytona about NASA, and Sunday we are going to meet Astronaut Michael Good.  Hopefully I can get a quick interview about becoming the first medianaut between his busy Q & A schedule.

Stay tuned…

Blair
The Co-Host

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6 thoughts on “NASA EDGE Celebrates 50 Years of NASA and The Daytona 500”

  1. Interesting! I’m lookin’ for what your life can be. ‘Think you should not change it, cause life is made of stars. Keep on writting.

  2. I am pleased I sign up with NASA news letter, I wonder if I could a sky watch group in my area. Keep up the good work.

  3. “One of the biggest – and most talked about – stories in NASA history has been the moon landing conspiracy. That has to be one of the most memorable events in NASA history. I mean, the conspiracy theory has been tested over and over by independent conspiracy theorists and the results always conclude that Neal Armstrong did land on the moon and it wasn’t some sort of government conspiracy – so get over it people!

    Thanks,
    Joe E”

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    Thanks,

    The Co-Host

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