Google Takes Command of ISS and Shuttle Fleet

Editor's note: Shortly after the public announcement Monday morning that NASA Ames Research Center and Google had reached a far-ranging agreement on a series of joint projects, astronauts aboard the International Space Station began to experience a series of troublesome computer glitches.

Upon receipt of an urgent message to Mission Control from the ISS crew the MMT immediately scheduled an emergency session to assess the situation. Eventually, the situation was resolved. Astronauts now report a dramatic improvement in their ability to find things on the ISS.

Google's software is now in complete control of the ISS. NASA released an image of the new software in operation this evening.

Indeed, it was also revealed today that the Shuttle fleet is also adopting Google branding.

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