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Posts Tagged ‘International Space Station’

Shatner Sends Greetings To Space

Monday, April 23rd, 2012

Star Trek’s William Shatner sent a message to the members of the Expedition 30 crew currently in residence on the International Space Station.

Shatner decided to send the crew the message after he found out that some of the space-related songs from his Seeking Major Tom album were being played aboard the ISS.


Worf And The International Space Station

Wednesday, April 7th, 2010

Amongst the items delivered by the Discovery space shuttle to the International Space Station earlier today, was a patch with a Star Trek connection.

The acronym for the NASA patch for the Window Observational Research Facility, a science equipment rack that will enable astronaut-tended and remote-controlled Earth-observation experiments, is the same as the name of Lt. Commander Worf, the Klingon seen on Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.


Star Trek XI Beamed Up To ISS

Friday, May 15th, 2009

Star Trek XI has been beamed up to the International Space Station for the viewing pleasure of the three-man crew.

As reported by Universe Today, Paramount sent a copy of Star Trek XI to NASA’s Mission Control, who then uplinked the movie to the International Space Station, orbiting two-hundred-and-twenty miles above the Earth. (more…)