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Send an electronic holiday greeting card to the crew of the International Space Station

By: Brett Cooper
on December 12, 2011 5:30 pm

NASA is offering up a pretty cool way to help the crew of the International Space Station stay connected with the terrestrial bound inhabitants of good ole Mother Earth by sending an electronic postcard.  The free postcards will arrive at the orbiting International Space Station, according to the NASA website, “Your well wishes will be sent on to the station crew.  You can send a little bit of Earth to humanity’s outpost in space.  Go ahead, make their day.”

Send your holiday wishes today via one of four available holiday electronic postcards on the NASA.gov site today!

Comments

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    Lee Moon says:

    Thank you for sharing this! I just finished sending a postcard to the ISS. In my earlier career, I was part of the time that wrote the Shuttle Ground Operations Simulator at Kennedy Space Center. Those were some of the best years of my life!
    Thanks again for the link!
    Lee

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    Brett Cooper says:

    Thanks Lee – I really like when NASA does these things to bring the world and space a little closer for those who risk their lives and spend time away from their family and friends. Enjoy and again, thank you.

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    Bob DeLoyd says:

    Well even I can see how you can save on postage sending these :P

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