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In space, they’ll definitely be able to hear you… tweet.
If you’ve got $200,000 burning a hole in your pocket, you could be among the first group to take a sub-orbital flight into space with Virgin Galactic. And that $200,000 will even get you complimentary in-flight Twitter access.
If you’re a space geek, tune in tomorrow at 10:30am ET to listen in on the conversation between some lucky NASA Twitter followers and the NASA team involved in Friday’s launch of a Jupiter-bound spacecraft.
Sure, maybe no one can hear you scream in space, but they’ll definitely listen when you start tweeting. NASA astronaut Ron Garan spent about an hour on Sunday answering people’s questions from within the International Space Station as it floated above the Earth.
He is the nation’s favorite astrophysicist, and if you’re not following him on Twitter, you’re missing out on some pretty amazing insight into our galaxy. Neil deGrasse Tyson had some harsh words for the “SuperMoon” fanatics on Twitter this weekend, but he made up for it by tweeting what was really mind-boggling about the moon.