An Update…


Earlier, I had posed a letter, a complaint letter actually, which can be found here.  In this letter, I was complaining about a certain company here in Utah, where I buy a lot of my clothes.  Admittedly, I was pretty upset about my visit to the store here in town.  However, with great pleasure, I heard back from this company.  In fact, I heard from the Regional Sales manager for this area. Continue reading “An Update…”

A Letter…

Ok, a complaint…alright, a complaint and a letter.

I have been a long time customer of this particular store.  I shop there because they have good quality clothes that last.  I’m not a wealthy person, I have to think of these things when shopping for clothes, or anything really.  Typically, I can afford to buy clothes a couple of times a year.  However, when I do go clothes shopping, I buy a few outfits.

Anyway, I got a mailer in the mail not too long ago, for a $50 gift card…”no strings attached”.  Or, so it said.  Continue reading “A Letter…”

Rift in Antarctica’s Larsen C Ice Shelf

On Nov. 10, 2016, scientists on NASA’s IceBridge mission photographed an oblique view of a massive rift in the Antarctic Peninsula’s Larsen C ice shelf. Icebridge, an airborne survey of polar ice, completed an eighth consecutive Antarctic deployment on Nov. 18. via NASA

NASA’s Webb Telescope Clean Room ‘Transporter’

What looks like a teleporter from science fiction being draped over NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope, is actually a “clean tent.” The clean tent protects Webb from dust and dirt when engineers at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center transport the telescope out of the relatively dust-free cleanroom and into the vibration and acoustics testing areas. via NASA

Fiery South Atlantic Sunset

An astronaut aboard the International Space Station photographed a sunset that looks like a vast sheet of flame. With Earth’s surface already in darkness, the setting sun, the cloud masses, and the sideways viewing angle make a powerful image of the kind that astronauts use to commemorate their flights. via NASA

Prototype of Space Station’s Advanced Plant Habitat

A high fidelity test version of NASA’s Advanced Plant Habitat (APH), the largest plant chamber built for the agency, arrived at Kennedy Space Center the third week of November, 2016. The APH unit, containing small flowering plant seeds, will be delivered to the International Space Station in 2017. via NASA