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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

“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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