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Three Ships Pass In The Night - Part IV - My First Video Blog

From the blog post:

After Endeavour undocked and fired its engines to pull away from the Space Station, the crews used flashlights to communicate in Morse Code.… See the full post.

I just discovered Fragile Oasis today via NASA's Web site. This is wonderful! I'll definitely spread the news!

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Very cool Ron. Not a bad video blog. Great backgrounds. :)

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What a thrill. Very proud of all you are doing. Clark

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Appreciate your reference to using Morse code - some olde-tech never goes out of style!

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Still can't quite believe you're posting / tweeting #FromSpace. Your describing the aurora over Australia quite beautiful - can photos do these & similar phenomena justice I wonder? Please post if so. Thank you so much.

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How cool that you are posting from Space! Your video post is terrific!

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Thanks everyone for all your comments. There's another VLOG on its way!

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I love the posts and tweets you have been sharing. I've always enjoyed learning about space and exploring it, but you have taken my desire to learn more to a whole new level. I thank you for sharing your experience with us. It's absolutely amazing.

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Hi, Ron, I really enjoyed the video and the little stories. That one about Morse code is great. I think one of the space agencies should send you guys a ***tant, one never knows, it might come in handy even though I hope there will be no need for it! P.S.: Can you believe, the blog's filter has prevented me from writing the name of the 15th century instrument of naval orientation through the stars. I hope you know which one I'm talking about, I won't be able to spell it out as the filter has told me to "watch my mouth"! :0)

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Ron's photos of auroras have not been downlinked to JSC yet. ALL his pics will be available as JPG-files in that database. http://eol.jsc.nasa.gov/SSEOP/SearchCameraFileNadir.htm Just enter "ISS028" in the Mission case and click "Submit".

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