Friday, March 15, 2013

NASA Month: What do You Want to Know?

All this month, I'm NASA! This means every weekday in March will feature a new post about NASA, and I'm hosting a giant giveaway in order to encourage people to spread the NASA love. For more information on the giveaway, check out this post.

What Do You Want to Know?

Today, if all goes according to plan, I will be visiting the awesomely fabulous Johnson Space Center! I'm thrilled to be a part of the tour group going, and cannot wait to see everything there!

So I want to know: what are some of your burning questions? I'll check this post while on tour and try to ask there--otherwise, I'll try to find answers in other ways! Just leave a question in the comments and I'll do my best to get it answered!


This post is a part of the month-long celebration of NASA I'm hosting on my blog. In order to encourage people to celebrate NASA, I'm also hosting a giveaway!

One grand prize winner will receive all the books in the recent Breathless Reads tour, as well as ARCs of two anthologies and a signed Breathless Reads poster:

As well as swag from NASA, courtesy of Kate @ Ex Libris:

To celebrate NASA creatively: you could blog about why you like NASA, you could reach out to an astronaut for an interview, you could make space fan art, you could sing a song about NASA, you do a vlog, you make a list of all the ways NASA rocks...any of this counts! Just celebrate NASA in some awesome way, post it online, and include the link in the Rafflecopter. I even set that part of the entry open for multiple entries, so you could blog and vlog and Facebook and tumblr and Pinterest about NASA and they all count. The only requirements: post a link back to this contest, and put the full URL of the site in the Rafflecopter. Full details here.

To enter: be sure to read the full rules and terms of the contest here. Then fill out the Rafflecopter below:

a Rafflecopter giveaway

1 comment:

Tez Miller said...

Would love to know how NASA collaborates with other organisations, such as on the International Space Station.