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NASAWatch Bloggers Wanted

By Keith Cowing
March 4, 2008

Editor’s note: I will be in Nepal between 18 April and the beginning of June. I will be providing support at Everest Base Camp (elevation 17,500 ft.) for a month for a team of climbers who will be heading for the summit. Among the climbers is STS-120 astronaut Scott Parazynski. We’ll also have a bunch of NASA folks visiting us at Base Camp for a few days during the month of May. I am going on this trip representing the Challenger Center for Space Science Education on whose board of directors I serve. I will have regular Internet access – most of the time – but it will be slow and somewhat expensive. While I will be providing updates on life at base camp and the team’s progress (that is what my job will be) over at I will not be able to run NASAWatch in the fashion that you folks are used to. My solution: guest bloggers.

If you are interested in being a guest blogger on NASAWatch send me an email at

Editor’s update: I have gotten a nice response from potential bloggers. I will get something out to all of you within a week or so once I figure out to best feature your diverse talents and interests. In the mean time there are still openings for guest bloggers on NASA Watch.

NASA Watch founder, Explorers Club Fellow, ex-NASA, Away Teams, Journalist, Space & Astrobiology, Lapsed climber.