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Always growing older - never growing up.

Eclectic random geekery: Star Wars, Doctor Who, Sci-Fi, science, photography, LEGO, and stupid, stupid things.

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As they say in the classics "I'm too old for this shit".

That said, I live in sunny Brisbane (Australia), forging a career in advertising / marketing whilst enjoying life as it comes.

I take photos on my iPhone, listen to (a lot of) music on my iPhone, and like Star Wars. So yes, I'm a geek.

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24 July 11 (Permalink)
lensflareapp:

Space Flare on Flickr.Sneak peek at new flare under development at the Lens Flare Factory - dedicated to the space shuttle program.

lensflareapp:

Space Flare on Flickr.

Sneak peek at new flare under development at the Lens Flare Factory - dedicated to the space shuttle program.

Reblogged: brainfevermedia

22 July 11 (Permalink)
maury-it:

That’s No Sprout, That’s a Shuttle… (NASA, International Space Station, 07/21/11) (by NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center).

maury-it:

That’s No Sprout, That’s a Shuttle… (NASA, International Space Station, 07/21/11) (by NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center).

Reblogged: maury-it

14 July 11 (Permalink)

Reblogged: maury-it

21 June 11 (Permalink)
Last Roll Out of a NASA Space ShuttleCredit & Copyright: Ben Cooper (Launch Photography)
In the final move of its kind, NASA’s space shuttle Atlantis was photographed earlier this month slowly advancing toward Launch Pad 39A, where it is currently scheduled for a July launch to the International Space Station.
Pictured above, the large Shuttle Crawler Transporter rolls the powerful orbiter along the five-kilometer long road at less than two kilometers per hour in front of over 15,000 spectators.
Mission STS-135 will be the last mission for a NASA space shuttle.

Last Roll Out of a NASA Space Shuttle
Credit & Copyright: Ben Cooper (Launch Photography)

In the final move of its kind, NASA’s space shuttle Atlantis was photographed earlier this month slowly advancing toward Launch Pad 39A, where it is currently scheduled for a July launch to the International Space Station.

Pictured above, the large Shuttle Crawler Transporter rolls the powerful orbiter along the five-kilometer long road at less than two kilometers per hour in front of over 15,000 spectators.

Mission STS-135 will be the last mission for a NASA space shuttle.

12 June 11 (Permalink)
Lost in iSpace?
Commercial space travellers of the future fear not: even though the pilot is dead and you’re spiralling out of control, you can still get home. “How?” you ask “we’re completely lost in space”.
Never fear … there’s an App for that.
Two slightly adapted iPhones will be going up to the ISS with the final shuttle mission (Atlantis STS-135). Read more at MSNBC’s coverage: iPhones head for Final Frontier, or head straight to the developer’s site: SpaceLab for iOS.

Lost in iSpace?

Commercial space travellers of the future fear not: even though the pilot is dead and you’re spiralling out of control, you can still get home. “How?” you ask “we’re completely lost in space”.

Never fear … there’s an App for that.

Two slightly adapted iPhones will be going up to the ISS with the final shuttle mission (Atlantis STS-135). Read more at MSNBC’s coverage: iPhones head for Final Frontier, or head straight to the developer’s site: SpaceLab for iOS.

10 June 11 (Permalink)
fmfy:

Atlantis STS-135 Rollout (201105310023HQ) (via nasa hq photo)

I’ve only got a few days to win lotto, quit my job, and organise to get on a plane so I can be there for the final launch.
Ain’t gonna happen. 
Sigh.

fmfy:

Atlantis STS-135 Rollout (201105310023HQ) (via nasa hq photo)

I’ve only got a few days to win lotto, quit my job, and organise to get on a plane so I can be there for the final launch.

Ain’t gonna happen. 

Sigh.

Reblogged: skekoa

15 November 10 (Permalink)

Atlantis to Orbit
Birds don’t fly this high. Airplanes don’t  go this fast. The Statue of Liberty weighs less. No species other than  human can even comprehend the event. The launch of a rocket bound for  space inspires awe and challenges description. Pictured above, the Space  Shuttle Atlantis lifted off to visit the International Space Station  during the early morning hours of July 12, 2001, one of six missions  during the first year of the new millenium. From a standing start, the 2  million kilogram (4.4 million pound) rocket ship lifted off on a  journey to circle the Earth that lasted 12 days. Image credit: NASA

Atlantis to Orbit

Birds don’t fly this high. Airplanes don’t go this fast. The Statue of Liberty weighs less. No species other than human can even comprehend the event. The launch of a rocket bound for space inspires awe and challenges description. Pictured above, the Space Shuttle Atlantis lifted off to visit the International Space Station during the early morning hours of July 12, 2001, one of six missions during the first year of the new millenium. From a standing start, the 2 million kilogram (4.4 million pound) rocket ship lifted off on a journey to circle the Earth that lasted 12 days.

Image credit: NASA

Reblogged: crazicurlicalichick-deactivated

Themed by Hunson. Originally by Josh & tweaked like crazy by Darth Ambiguous