This website, the one you’re checking out right now has been up and running for … nine years. How crazy is that?
I’ll celebrate with a chicken on a post-it.
It’s getting warmer out. Time to think about uncovering the grill. I have a new grill at home, but saw this picture and said. I GOTTA get one of those.
From the New York Times:
The rocket was also carrying the ashes of 208 people who had paid to have their remains shot into space, including the astronaut Gordon Cooper and the actor James Doohan, who played Montgomery “Scotty” Scott, the wily engineer on the original “Star Trek” television series. The service is called an “Explorers Flight” by the company that arranges them, Celestis, Inc. Last night the company’s web page stated, “The Explorers Flight mission appears not to have reached orbit tonight,” and the Wikipedia pages of Cooper and Doohan had already been edited early Sunday morning to reflect the news.
Poor ProjectX and Scotty 🙁 Thankfully, we at DSI are using our own proprietary rockets.
This made me laugh! With all these movie and video game trailers on this site recently, I figured we needed a Star Wars post 🙂