A Day @NASASocial

Who thinks that driving out into the (literal) middle of nowhere to stare at antennae is a fun time?

800 people signed up to do just that for the NASA Social at Goldstone DSN (Deep Space Communications Network). 65 were chosen, and we all trekked from around the country to spend one day at this complex.

More blogging (and videos) soon, but here is a recap in image. In short: it was awesome.

WATCH me interview 2 other NASA Social attendees before our trip.

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