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Suited & ready. Astronaut Anna Lee Fisher preps for her Nov 1984 Space Shuttle Discovery mission (STS 51). This 7 day, 23 your flight was also the 1st Shuttle mission which deployed & retrieved 2 communication satellites. Chosen in 1978 by NASA to become an astronaut, Dr. Fisher was involved with 3 space programs; the Space Shuttle, International Space Station & Orion Project. The first mother in space wore 3 hats during her career; that of astronaut, emergency physician & chemist.

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SAVE THE DATE // Don’t miss Scott Listfield’s upcoming solo exhibition “This Is America” opening May 30 at Thinkspace Projects!! ⁣ .⁣ Online Schedule of Virtual Events:⁣ Saturday, May 30 at 12:00 noon pacific time they will post their professionally shot video tour to their Instagram TV.⁣ .⁣ Saturday, May 30 from 1-2PM pacific time they will go live on their Instagram to tour their new exhibitions + Thinkspace will have all the artists on hand to briefly discuss their new shows.⁣ .⁣ Sunday, May 31 at 2pm pacific time they will post a full set of installation photos from both exhibitions to their Facebook and blog.⁣ .⁣ Monday, June 1 at 4pm pacific time they will share a link to our self-guided virtual tour of their new exhibitions on all of their social networks.⁣ .⁣ Saturday, June 20 from 4-8pm they will have a closing party via timed visits (scheduled online) that will be strictly monitored for everyone’s safety. No more than 4-6 at one time in one group (all must know each other and arrive at the same time). Masks will be required to enter and worn at all times. No exceptions. More details shared soon.⁣ .⁣ .⁣ .⁣
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How do ghosts move? Its established that they cant affect the matter around them (objects but more relavent to this question: the air and gasses around them) in that case it would make them trying to move similar to astronauts in space trying to move without a tether or other “equal an opposite reaction” such as a jetpack or throwing something in the opposite direction they want to move. This brings me back to the question How Do Ghosts Move?

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As always, reblogs are really appreciated 🌟

So this is my progress of 3 and half years. In this course of time I learned a lot! About myself, my art, my desires, my goals.. And since I started painting digitally I would spent way to much time on a drawing. Like especially this one, I spent so much and wasted so much time on this that I’m almost ashamed. So, don’t think I’m exaggerating when I say I spent months on this 💩 well, all that cheesy stuff aside, now my biggest motto is ‘finished is better than perfect!’ Don’t overwhelm yourself people, I assure you you will improve, and your art will do so as well.

Anyways, here’s the progress, enjoy!

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May 7, 1965 the Gemini IV astronauts were photographed at Cape Canaveral going through training activities listings. It was the first good photograph showing astronauts James McDivitt and Edward White wearing a NASA-issued Omega Speedmaster 105.003-64 chronograph on a steel mesh JB Champion bracelet.
Originally the Extra Vehicular Activity was only planned as a standup-EVA and the complete schedule for a full exit EVA-spacewalk was kept secret.
Next opportunity to clearly spot the Omega Speedmaster chronographs occurred on June 1, 1965 during the medical examination…
(Photo: NASA)

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Apollo 7 lift off at Cape Kennedy, Oct 1968! A7 was a 10 day, 20 hour mission by rookies Donn Eisele & Walter Cunningham & space veteran Wally Schirra. It was the final spaceflight for all 3. The mission was the first time a Saturn 1B rocket put a crew into space & it also marked the first live television broadcast from space. John Young, Tom Stafford & Gene Cernan were all back up on the mission; the trio would later go on to perform the 2nd lunar orbit on Apollo 10 in 1969.

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