What it’s like to be a NASASocialite

This story of only 2-days experience couldn’t be better told. Thanks Courtney

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Along with music and fashion, I have a curiosity (read: obsession) with the stars under which we live. It started early. I can remember being an awkward middle school girl tasked with the assignment of creating a solar system replica. My beyond crafty mom spent days helping me construct 9 paper mache planets and painting each one for a true representation. My dad brought home a long 2×4 to hang them on and on the day I turned it in he had to transport it in the back of his truck. The rest of my class sat with their mouths open when in walked my wall-to-wall exhibit. I received an “A” and left the model solar system hanging in class for the rest of the year.

Fast forward 20-something years to a few months ago when NASA deputy social media director, Jason Townsend, posted a NASASocial opportunity to NASA’s Facebook…

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NASA Social CRS6 Recap – Meet My Friends

What a super group we had last week @NASASocial. Thanks to Jerry Andrews to document this experience.

NASA SOCIAL CRS6 YEARBOOK

One of the best parts- strike that, THE best part about my participation in NASA Social were the people I had the privilege of sharing the experience with. They ALL have their own viewpoint on how the days of April 12-14 transpired (and really, bring each a unique passion from the path they’re on) & I highly recommend you take a few minutes & check out THEIR story.

Meet them after the jump.

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