Hell of a pitch.
“When X-raying spacesuits at the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum in 2008, photographer Mark Avino and conservator Ron Cunningham noted how artistic the gear appeared in scans. They were the first to practice using X-rays on historical space objects for further study. Fast forward to 2011 when the images were paired with their respective spacesuits for a traveling exhibit now on tour.
“’Suited for Space’ is an exhibit that explores the design and innovation inside a spacesuit. It features gear like the one pictured above, the EX-1A Apollo Applications Project suit. Built in 1968 as part of a program to develop spacesuits that could endure longer stays on the moon, it used materials that could operate at higher pressures.”
Coming to DC July 26.
“By our estimates.”
can i still be punk if i’ve been crying for four straight hours
In fact, that is punk as fuck.
Over by Union Market, DC.
This is something that I feel like I’m obligated to talk about, but there’s no way to ease into it, so I’m just going to put it out there. My wife and I are separating after nearly 20 years together, and the reason we’re separating is that I’m gay.
It’s a long story, continued below the fold.
I’ve been meaning to say this for a while but Sean, whom I only know through Tumblr, is a very fine writer who talks about the military in a way that civilians can understand. I figured he was one tough hombre, but I didn’t know till now just how tough.
This is very true
When did Dave Grohl get so righteous (and right)?
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