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# 255646 22-Aug-2019 09:34
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Not sure how many of you have registered before to sending your name to space with NASA missions... They are now accepting registrations for sending your name on a Mars mission planned for 2020. You can download your "boarding pass", accumulate miles and download current (and previous) mission patches from here.

 

These are mine:

 

 





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  # 2303521 22-Aug-2019 09:34
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Allow me to introduce you folks to our new travel community: TravelTalk NZ.

 

We hope to see you there!

 





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  # 2303714 22-Aug-2019 11:30
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I have the same two. Shame I didn't know about it in time for the Orion EFT-1 mission. Means I'm only sitting on 614,810,630 frequent flyer miles :-D


 
 
 
 


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  # 2303722 22-Aug-2019 11:41
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Wondering what form my name will take when it arrives on Mars... a bronze plaque, perhaps? A street or city name? Lights big enough to be seen from Earth? Or some bits in Flash memory that will be overwritten after arrival?

 

 


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Wondering what form my name will take when it arrives on Mars... a bronze plaque, perhaps? A street or city name? Lights big enough to be seen from Earth? Or some bits in Flash memory that will be overwritten after arrival?

 

 

A 50m statue in my likeness will be sufficient. Riding a velociraptor, since I imagine they will be all the rage in the 2500s.


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