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Sunday, April 01, 2007

Happy April Fool's Day!

I have the ultimate ride report here. We rode to the Apollo Landing Site at the Hadley Rille, on the moon. The air was a tad thin (0 millibars pressure), but the lower gravity made the ride really nice! The biggest issue we faced was holding our breath that long! NASA did cooperate with us by redirecting a high resolution satellite to get this photo for us.

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Now for a few words from Mrs Stormcrowe:

Talk about a long, strange trip. I felt as light as a feather once we arrived. The weather was bright and sunny, as is customary on the Moon for 14 out of 28 days, but it was a bit on the hot side in the sun, and anywhere we hit the shadow, it was cold! The temperature in the sun was 123°C, so we had to keep really hydrated, of course. Granted, it was easy to make that after ride cup of coffee though at those temperatures!

Happy April Fools Day!

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