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Subliminal Message in a Photo Caption?

By Keith Cowing
August 2, 2006

Reader note: Hi, Keith. I was amused by this obvious typo on the main Space Shuttle news site at http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/shuttle/main/index.html:

“With the tracks of the crawler transporter visible in the foreground, Space Shuttle Atlantis is in position at Launch Pad 39B for lift off of mission STS-115 to the International Space Photo Station.”

I suppose by dropping microgravity research, and the whittling away at life science research, all that will be left is an “International Space Photo Station”.

Editor’s note: NASA fixed it.

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