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In 1939, President Franklin D. Roosevelt designated August 19 as National Aviation Day in honor of Orville Wright’s birthday, directing citizens to celebrate the day with activities that encourage an interest in and appreciation for aviation. 

Why is NASA celebrating National Aviation Day? Because we love everything about flight, whether through space or Earth’s atmosphere. 

Our experts in all things aviation are dedicated to improving the design of airplanes so they’re more Earth friendly – less fuel use, lower pollution, less noise around airports. And we work with the Federal Aviation Administration to provide air traffic controllers with new tools for improving efficiency and reducing delays – all while maintaining safety in more crowded skies. 

Celebrate #NationalAviationDay by showing us that you  #SpreadYourWings ! Find out more info here: http://go.nasa.gov/1MAD6cM
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Send Your Name to Mars on NASA's Next Red Planet Mission! Your name will be on a microchip sent to Mars aboard NASA's INSIGHT lander which is scheduled for 2016. http://mars.nasa.gov/participate/send-your-name/insight/#New-Flyers
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"on a microchip" lol
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Astronauts eat food grown in space for the first time in history. The effort assists preparations for NASA's future "Journey to Mars" program. (http://www.cnet.com/news/one-giant-leaf-for-mankind-astronauts-eat-lettuce-grown-in-space). What great timing for Doug Turnbull's presentation at the Mars Society's international conference, "Food for Mars Explorers & Settlers"! (http://www.marssociety.org/.../18th.../program-itinerary)
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Astronauts eat food grown in space for the first time in history. The effort assists preparations for NASA's future "Journey to Mars" program. (http://www.cnet.com/news/one-giant-leaf-for-mankind-astronauts-eat-lettuce-grown-in-space). What great timing for Doug Turnbull's presentation at the Mars Society's international conference, "Food for Mars Explorers & Settlers"! (http://www.marssociety.org/.../18th.../program-itinerary)
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If you will be attending the 18th Annual International Mars Society Convention, be sure to attend the talk by Doug Turnbull, "Food for Mars Explorers & Settlers," 2:00 - 2:20 PM on Thursday, August 13th. His talk is guaranteed to be a real "treat." That's because he will be tasting some of the unusual astronaut cuisine he suggests, like grasshoppers! (Samples will also be available for daring audience members!) 

The full convention itinerary is now available online: 
http://www.marssociety.org/conventions/18th-annual-international-mars-society-convention/program-itinerary

Be sure to also check out his latest Scifi adventure novel, Zachary Dixon: Officer Apprentice: http://www.amazon.com/Zachary-Dixon-Apprentice-Doug-Turnbull-ebook/dp/B01124RRRG
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If you will be attending the 18th Annual International Mars Society Convention, be sure to attend the talk by Doug Turnbull, "Food for Mars Explorers & Settlers," 2:00 - 2:20 PM on Thursday, August 13th. His talk is guaranteed to be a real "treat." That's because he will be tasting some of the unusual astronaut cuisine he suggests, like grasshoppers! (Samples will also be available for daring audience members!) 

The full convention itinerary is now available online: 
http://www.marssociety.org/conventions/18th-annual-international-mars-society-convention/program-itinerary

Be sure to also check out his latest Scifi adventure novel, Zachary Dixon: Officer Apprentice: http://www.amazon.com/Zachary-Dixon-Apprentice-Doug-Turnbull-ebook/dp/B01124RRRG
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Wish I could go. Not sure I agree with grasshoppers though, too detrimental to food crops. Crickets maybe, and BSF larvae certainly, as they can feed from compost.

Largely, I expect the invertebrates will be used to feed quail and fish, however.

I would also put rabbit on the menu.
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Send Your Name to Mars on NASA's Next Red Planet Mission! Your name will be on a microchip sent to Mars aboard NASA's INSIGHT lander which is scheduled for 2016. http://mars.nasa.gov/participate/send-your-name/insight/#New-Flyers
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what about: richard waldeck. was not here on mars. =)
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Send Your Name to Mars on NASA's Next Red Planet Mission! Your name will be on a microchip sent to Mars aboard NASA's INSIGHT lander which is scheduled for 2016. http://mars.nasa.gov/participate/send-your-name/insight/#New-Flyers
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Sounds cool to mars.
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Send Your Name to Mars on NASA's Next Red Planet Mission! Your name will be on a microchip sent to Mars aboard NASA's INSIGHT lander which is scheduled for 2016. http://mars.nasa.gov/participate/send-your-name/insight/#New-Flyers
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Astronauts eat food grown in space for the first time in history. The effort assists preparations for NASA's future "Journey to Mars" program. (http://www.cnet.com/news/one-giant-leaf-for-mankind-astronauts-eat-lettuce-grown-in-space). What great timing for Doug Turnbull's presentation at the Mars Society's international conference, "Food for Mars Explorers & Settlers"! (http://www.marssociety.org/.../18th.../program-itinerary)
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now the questions is can we harvest viable seeds from a plant grown in space and regrow those!
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Astronauts eat food grown in space for the first time in history. The effort assists preparations for NASA's future "Journey to Mars" program. (http://www.cnet.com/news/one-giant-leaf-for-mankind-astronauts-eat-lettuce-grown-in-space). What great timing for Doug Turnbull's presentation at the Mars Society's international conference, "Food for Mars Explorers & Settlers"! (http://www.marssociety.org/.../18th.../program-itinerary)
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If you will be attending the 18th Annual International Mars Society Convention, be sure to attend the talk by Doug Turnbull, "Food for Mars Explorers & Settlers," 2:00 - 2:20 PM on Thursday, August 13th. His talk is guaranteed to be a real "treat." That's because he will be tasting some of the unusual astronaut cuisine he suggests, like grasshoppers! (Samples will also be available for daring audience members!) 

The full convention itinerary is now available online: 
http://www.marssociety.org/conventions/18th-annual-international-mars-society-convention/program-itinerary

Be sure to also check out his latest Scifi adventure novel, Zachary Dixon: Officer Apprentice: http://www.amazon.com/Zachary-Dixon-Apprentice-Doug-Turnbull-ebook/dp/B01124RRRG
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SHANNON BOHLE, MLIS, CDS (Cantab), FRAS, AHIP, is a professional librarian and archivist. Her background includes approximately 8 years of library and archive experience, primarily in scientific and medically driven research libraries, including Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, NASA, and the University of Cambridge. Shannon has lectured extensively both nationally and internationally on scientific, technical, and medical issues related to libraries in academic locations such as Cambridge, Oxford, and Berkeley. Her work in these areas was presented before various military and government audiences including those at National Defense University and the United States Congress.

She holds a Master of Library and Information Science degree from Kent State University. As a Cambridge Overseas Trust Scholar, Shannon conducted additional graduate work on the preservation of historic and archival materials in the department of History and Philosophy of Science at the University of Cambridge. Since 2011, she has served on the Editorial Board of the peer-reviewed academic journal Library & Archival Security, and has held professional library memberships in the Science, Technology, and Healthcare Roundtable of the Society of American Archivists, the Medical Library Association, The Society of Ohio Archivists, and the Archivists Roundtable of Metropolitan New York.

In the sciences, Shannon was elected Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society in the UK and is a lifetime member of the Cambridge University Astronomical Society. She has held professional memberships in the AAAS, the British Society for the History of Science, The National Space Society, The Planetary Society, The Mars Society, and is a Registered Consultant for the Science and Entertainment Exchange run by the National Academy of Sciences. As the owner of her own company, Shannon conducted R&D library technology research and has done award-winning computer science work in digital libraries and artificial intelligence.

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Lima, Ohio - Cambridge, England - Stow, Ohio - Centerport, New York - Winterpark, Florida - Warren, Michigan
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