EppsNet Archive: Space

This Day in History: Apollo 11 Landing


On July 20, 1969, Apollo 11 touched down on the moon. Pictured above, as most of you know, are Neil Armstrong on the left, Buzz Aldrin on the right, and kind of the forgotten man, Michael Collins, who piloted the lunar orbiter while Armstrong and Aldrin were on the moon. Neil Armstrong has a degree from the University of Southern California, as do I. What else do Armstrong and I have in common? Well . . . we’ve both been to the moon! OK, I lied about the moon. Maybe it’s just the USC degree. FIGHT ON! Read more →

Finally People Can Stop Pretending They Care About Space


Space Shuttle Atlantis Lifts Off for Last Mission — NYTimes.com Read more →

Sex in Space


Outer-space sex carries complications — msnbc.com Hey NASA, I’m no aeronautical engineer but what I’d do is to tether the woman to a stationary object so she can’t move, just like I do here on Earth. Uh . . . with her consent, of course . . . Read more →