She’s lovely, here’s her tumblr: http://rottingdoll.tumblr.com/
She’s one of my best friends, the other being my boyfriend. She needs this money to go to college and be the awesome biomedical engineering student that I know she’ll be! (: I know you don’t know either of us, but it’s one click and it would mean so much to us both if you would take that little second of your time and help her reach her dreams and get a step closer to going to college. And hopefully if I’m lucky, to the college I’m in right now. I miss her. :c
Reblog to be put into The Friend Directory
This directory is a large list of bloggers who care and would be willing to talk to you, listen, and give advice anytime. No one deserves to feel alone.
Everyone who reblogs will become part of this.
- You must be willing to receive a message from anyone, and help them out though a hard time.
- You must agree to not be judgmental, rasist, homophobic, ageist, sexist, ect.
You will not need to put a link on your blog, or follow me. But you can if you want to<3
Everyone needs a friend sometimes.
(This will only be up till Jan. 13th, after that I will ask that you just send me message asking to join and I’ll put you on)
55 Years of Space Exploration
Yesterday marked the 55th anniversary of the Sputnik launch, which sent the first artificial satellite into orbit. It was actually a fairly small satellite, about the size of a basketball, but it had a big impact. It set in motion not only the space race, but jump-started a push for education and technology development. Thanks to the giant leap of Sputnik, we now use satellites for telecommunications, weather prediction, remote sensing, and navigation, not to mention the exploration of space.
This great video shows the notable events in the past 55 years of space exploration. It was put together by NU STARS, Northwestern University’s Space Technology and Rocketry Society
As for the history of Sputnik, you can read a great article by Amy Shira Teitel on Discovery Space News about the psychology of Sputnik, and another by Clara Moskowitz on Space.com about how Sputnik changed the world.
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