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That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for… Masten Space’s astronauts!

31 Jan 2011, 14:49 UTC
That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for… Masten Space’s astronauts!
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That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for… Masten Space’s astronauts! Wait a minute. What? Masten Space has an astronaut corps now? Let’s back up a little… Shortly...

A little lite reading before meeting Xaero...
That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for… Masten Space’s astronauts! Wait a minute. What? Masten Space has an astronaut corps now? Let’s back up a little…
Shortly after the first launch attempt of STS-133 in November, I sent Dave Masten my Lego astronaut keychain and told him that he wanted to go into space. (Side note: for those that don’t already know, Dave and I are dating.) Naturally, the little astronaut only wanted to fly on a MSS rocket. When I recently visited Dave, we decided that MSS needed an astronaut office. From that moment, creative goofiness was born…
Training Day One:
The entire office was all about the Stoken Donuts!
It was a historic day at Masten Space; a Lego sized one that is. MSS was welcoming its first class of astronauts into the office. Commander Judith A Redbrick, Pilot “Buzz” Brickson, and Mission Specialist K. Megan McBricker were welcomed to the office by lots of paperwork and Stoken ...

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