I published a blog post on the National Air and Space Museum this morning on the 100th anniversary of the birth of Wernher von Braun. For anyone who might be interested in reading that post it is here. I wanted to introduce some balance to the heavily celebratory posts I have seen elsewhere. Comments?
- RT @SpaceflightNow: Amazing view of the #Soyuz rocket's climb from French Guiana and release of its strap-on boosters. #VS09 #Galileo http:… 11 hours ago
- RT @TeachThought: The Most Dangerous Phrase In Education teachthought.com/industry/dange… #teaching #education http://t.co/2CkWUsiazy 11 hours ago
- RT @SNStudents: All dinosaurs may have worn feathered coats, like this guy: ow.ly/ABPji http://t.co/heIjxxFb6c 11 hours ago
- RT @HuffPostBooks: Ray Bradbury, who taught so many of us to respect books and appreciate science fiction, was born on this day in 1920 htt… 11 hours ago
- RT @dhayton: If big data cheerleaders knew any history, they’d stop saying computers will replace historians. bbc.in/1ll4jE2 HT @be… 11 hours ago