Well, this is certainly an idea that lends itself well to 140 characters and hashtags..
On the upside, NASA uses a lot of character saving acronyms. I mean, Closed Ecological Life Support System (CELSS) is the better part of a tweet in itself.
Hey, Mr. SpacemanWon't you please take me alongI won't do anything wrongHey, Mr. SpacemanWon't you please take me along for a ride
= 134 characters.
Next week: condense it down to a haiku.It has about as much chance of being noticed, or getting budget approval. Bonus points if you make a haiku that's over 140 characters (possible if you include hashtags or URLs).
Metal, not meat.
CELSS would be a big one but it's not rocket science, it's biology. So unlikely to get traction here. But the spin-offs on Earth would be endless.
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