11 thoughts on “A Flashing Success”

  1. I always enjoy reading about these seemingly small accomplishments. It seems like it would be no big deal to flash the ISS with a laser, but there is much to take into account.

  2. This is cool. Now I want to see a photo of the station taken through a scope. Next time you go outside you should put up a sign to say hello.

  3. i never knew the reasons why that would be challenging however i always knew it was never as simple as just pointing a laser

  4. What wonderful blogs i have been reading!! i have only received three so far and can’t wait for more. i have always enjoyed watching Alpha racing across the evening skies but mostly when she flew in tandum with the shuttle. I always wished it would last longer than mere minutes. thank you for the blogs to my email.

    Judy Daub
    Age 66 and still in love with night!!!

  5. All stars are very mysterious to me, the history of science is to continue moving forward, exploring the stars are constantly forward..Thank you for this worthwhile information I must post a link on my blog so my associates can benefit from it also.

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