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NASA’s Contest To Design the Last Shuttle Patch

January 7th, 2010 01:29 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

rocamargo writes “The space shuttle program is on its way out, but the core of people who built and maintained it will live on. To honor them, NASA gave its employees the chance to design the patch that will commemorate the shuttle program, which is slated to end in September, after STS-133 flies. From the designs of 85 current and former employees, the Shuttle Program Office has selected 15 finalists. The prospective patches, presented here, will be voted on internally by NASA employees and judged by a small panel.” I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the end of the Space Shuttle. For someone my age, the shuttle really *IS* space travel. I’m going to be really sad to see STS-133 land.

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