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Tomorrow in History, 1992: Endeavour's First Mission

Since I won't be on the Internet tomorrow morning --

On May 7, 1992, thirteen years ago, Space Shuttle Endeavour launched on its first mission, STS-49. Endeavour was commissioned to replace the Challenger, which exploded shortly after launch on January 28, 1986. The crew of STS-49 were Commander Daniel C. Brandenstein, Pilot Kevin P. Chilton, and Mission Specialists Pierre J. Thuot, Kathryn C. Thornton, Richard J. Hieb, Thomas D. Akers, and Bruce E. Melnick. They spent almost nine full days in orbit, and set a bunch of records, including the first and second longest EVAs to date.
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I know this is completely out of left field, but:
What do you think about what's going on in the DCU lately? Do you have any thoughts? I'd love to pick your brain about the recent events...
_ casey _
If you'd like, I can talk about this in another, more relevent post...
Again, sorry it was out of left field...
Well, I'd prefer to talk to you via AIM, but sadly my work schedual is probably the polar opposite of yours, so I may have to communicate through livejournal...
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