The military would use Betty Grable’s pin up’s to teach soldiers how to read maps during WWII 1942
some nerd: I wont get facebook because it seems like such a waste of time
some nerd: here is my email mr zuckerberg
Me after summer break.
A frame from Apollo 15 astronaut Jim Irwin’s pan of the lunar surface, showing the view south along Hadley Rille. We see astronaut Dave Scott reaching under his Rover seat to get a Hasselblad camera equipped with a 500-mm lens.
"With daylight the Americans found four dead Germans on the battlefield and evidence of perhaps as many as thirty-two more involved in the fight. The Germans had probably dragged away several of their dead. The Americans also found thirty-eight bombs, rifles, bayonets, and revolvers. The Germans are said to have thereafter designated African American troops the ‘blood-thirsty black men.’ The French dubbed them ‘hell-fighters’; the 369th would henceforth be known as the ‘Harlem Hellfighters.’"
how do you make someone holy
you beat the hell out of them
my 96 year old catholic grandma told me this joke
body comparative - CRACKS
The planet Earth on October 20, 1968, the Tuamotu Archipelago in the South Pacific observed from the Apollo 7 spacecraft on its 141st revolution at an altitude of 110 nautical miles.
proton, neutron, electron and crouton
1977 NASA concept art depict a “spider” design for a space station used as a hub for the space shuttle: “A solar array was to be unwound from the exhausted main fuel tank. The structure could then be formed and assembled in one operation. The main engine tank would then be used as a space operations control center, a Shuttle astronaut crew habitat, and a space operations focal point for missions to the Moon and Mars.” (NASA)