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Re: Rare and Funny Shuttle crew Photo's
« Reply #200 on: 10/10/2014 02:19 pm »
And I think too about this post (possibility of fusion with this one ?) : http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=5952.msg100307;topicseen#msg100307

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Re: Rare and Funny Shuttle crew Photo's
« Reply #201 on: 10/11/2014 03:27 am »
Jockey is an underwear manufacturer. This advertisement is rather funny.

"Jockey: Supporting Greatness"

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Re: The funny side of space
« Reply #202 on: 10/11/2014 02:00 pm »
From the SCA:
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Re: Rare and Funny Shuttle crew Photo's
« Reply #203 on: 10/15/2014 02:36 am »
Jockey is an underwear manufacturer. This advertisement is rather funny.

"Jockey: Supporting Greatness"



I especially like the scene illustrated in the screen cap for the video above.  You have to listen carefully, but when the alien walks up to Aldrin, Buzz says "You're not mankind!" and slugs him!

Well, as far as being slugged by Aldrin, I guess you could make a case for Bart Sibrel not being mankind, either... :D

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Re: The funny side of space
« Reply #204 on: 10/15/2014 09:33 am »
And are there funny photos with Russians cosmonauts, European sparioanuts and astronauts of other countries ?

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Re: The funny side of space
« Reply #205 on: 12/16/2016 07:53 am »
I know it's been a long time, but here are two classic TV ads:




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Re: The funny side of space
« Reply #206 on: 12/16/2016 08:41 am »

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Re: The funny side of space
« Reply #207 on: 12/16/2016 08:49 am »
And a Mars related one from 2005


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Re: The funny side of space
« Reply #208 on: 12/16/2016 09:11 am »
When the InfraRed Astronomical Satellite was transported from the Netherlands to USA in 1981, someone issued a pen-drawn design for a sticker to be slapped on the transport container. The sticker never became reality, but the design was re-discovered in the archives several years ago.

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Re: The funny side of space
« Reply #209 on: 12/16/2016 09:35 am »
Hey Guys...

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Re: The funny side of space
« Reply #210 on: 12/16/2016 09:37 am »
As the original version of this has gone offline.


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Re: The funny side of space
« Reply #211 on: 12/16/2016 10:45 am »
As the original version of this has gone offline.


Man, Buzz probably LOVED that one!

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Re: The funny side of space
« Reply #212 on: 12/29/2016 01:47 pm »
During Apollo program, had programers there fun too
According the Book "Stages to Saturn"

the Rocketdyne crew who tested the J-2 engines had to type "PLEASE" into computer,
Only after that the test stand was ready to ignite the J-2
what the Computer signal with a "Thank you"

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Re: The funny side of space
« Reply #213 on: 02/19/2017 10:36 am »
Cartoon about Gemini 6 & 7 rendezvous

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Re: The funny side of space
« Reply #214 on: 02/21/2017 08:33 pm »
Now I totally get why all the space junk is floating around Gemini VII; because Frank Borman and Jim Lovell planned to stay in space for 14 days, which is longer than a typical 3-4 day Gemini mission.

So, this cartoon made fun of the longer duration by giving Borman and Lovell unshaven faces and the space junk floating around the spacecraft.
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Re: The funny side of space
« Reply #215 on: 03/09/2017 08:50 am »
Hello ! Please I search in high resolution the photos of ISS expeditions 50-51 crewmembers (with Thomas Pesquet) disguised in "Game of Thrones" (I know that some crew have changed since but good it interests me anyway). There are 4 pictures I think. Thank you very much !!!

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