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  1. These Rocket Ship Cookie Cutters Take Space Food To Another Dimension

    Do Try This At Home

    These rocket ship cookie cutters provide all the shapes needed to make your cookies into 3-dimensional shuttles, rockets, star fighters, and space buggies. The rocket cookie cutters even come with star, astronaut, and alien shapes as well, to help you play with your food to best effect. Just imagine the icing possibilities! The company also has 3D dinosaur cookie cutters, including a Tyrannosaurus Rex and Stegosaurus. Now if only one of the ships offered was Serenity, we could reenact the first episode of Firefly with gingerbread.  Each ship comes separately, at $12 a ship, and can be purchased at SuckUK. Check out more photos of the cookies and cookie cutters after the jump.

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  2. Be Part of NASA History: Tweet Your Shuttle Pics for New Exhibit

    If you have pictures of the Space Shuttle Enterprise, The Intrepid, Sea, Space & Air Museum would like to talk to you. Well, not so much talk to you as just have you tweet at them, but still -- the Intrepid Museum wants to you to communicate with them, because they want to use your pictures of the shuttle in a new exhibit.

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  3. Things We Saw Today: Monsters Head To University

    Things We Saw Today

    Monsters University, the sequel to Monsters Inc., has a brand-new, super-realistic website for the school. Marketing Done Right 101. (via TDW Geek) 

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  4. Star Trek, Doctor Who, & A Space Shuttle On One Fantastic Sci-Fi Ring


    This is a wonderful mash-up relevant to my interests! Harpuahound from the online community Engraver’s Cafe, created a unique science and science fiction-minded ring on request. Hit the jump to check out the side views! 

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  5. This is Probably As Close to Seeing a Space Shuttle Launch Live as You Can Get [Video]

    While there is plenty of high-quality footage showing the drama of a Space Shuttle liftoff, less attention has been paid to recreating the experience of witnessing the event first hand. YouTube user Indiegun spliced together the best blastoff footage around, and then went the extra mile by optimizing the audio to give viewers the stomach-vibrating feeling of being near a rocket launch. Indiegun says that the goal was to share the experience of watching a Shuttle launch to those who could never see it first hand. On our behalf: Thanks.

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  6. Space Shuttle Enterprise Prepares for First and Last Flight Since 1985

    Entering their final phase of retirement, there's been a flurry of activity with the Space Shuttles these past few days. First, Discovery was flown to Washington, D.C. where it was enshrined by the Smithsonian. In doing so, it took the place of the Enterprise -- which was technically the first Shuttle ever built. Though it never went to space, Enterprise will take its first ride since arriving in D.C. back in 1985 when it is flown to New York City on Monday.

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  7. Space Shuttle Discovery Gets Piggy-Back Ride To Its New Museum Home

    It Came From Outer Space

    Space shuttle Discovery took off from Kennedy Space Center in Florida on the 12th mission of the shuttle program on August 30, 1984. It landed for the last time on March 9, 2011 on what marked the 133rd NASA shuttle mission. Today marks another momentous occasion for Discovery, it took its final trip into our atmosphere with a little help from a friend. 

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  8. Going to be Near D.C. Next Week? You Could See the Space Shuttle Fly

    If you happen to be hanging around the nation's capital on Tuesday, April 17 between, say, 10 and 11 A.M., you might want to look up because you might miss the last time Space Shuttle Discovery is in the air. It won't be under its own power of course, but strapped to the back of a modified Boeing 747 headed towards Dulles International Airport. Which, actually, might be just a but cooler than seeing the Shuttle by itself.

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  9. LEGO Space Shuttle Flies to the Edge of Space [Video]

    We've already seen a host of objects hoisted high above the earth with the aid of weather balloons, but Romanian YouTube user vinciverse did something a little different. Aiming to create a tribute to the now-retired Space Shuttle, he built his own shuttle out of LEGOs and sent it to the edge of space with a weather balloon. In the proud tradition of B movie makers, the shuttle is suspended in front of a camera with fishing line. While the LEGO shuttle will never make it to orbit, it's a remarkable statement about the Shuttle's importance as a symbol to people all over the world.

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  10. A Lego Tribute To The End Of The Space Shuttle Era

    It Came From Outer Space

    Well this is just plain pretty. It's a Lego-made space shuttle launch! YouTube user vinciverse writes, "The launch took place from central Germany and reached a max altitude of 35000m. A 1600g meteo balloon filled with helium was used alongside a GoPro Hero, Spot GPS and of course Lego Space Shuttle model 3367." (The song is "Welcome Home" by Radical Face) No word on how, when or if it ever came back to Earth but I like to think it just kept going...

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