Geek Pittsburgh featured Take Back the Sky in the latest blog post on their website. We’re all manner of grateful to them for boosting our signal! (Click the link above to read on.)
We are pleased to announce that Take Back the Sky has been honored as “Geek of the Week” by allgeektome.net. You can read their very shiny article by clicking on the link above. Take Back the Sky would like to express our sincere thanks to All Geek to Me for this honor and for helping to boost our signal with their great account of our interview.
While we were at Wizard World Philadelphia, we were lucky enough to run into our friends from across the pond at the Sending a Wave podcast. We had loads of fun passing the time together in line for the Firefly cast panel, and she also recorded a live follow-up interview with us to update everyone on the progress that we’ve made since we last spoke. Some of it won’t be news to you, but you’ll find that we teased at our biggest announcement yet!
Tune in to their podcast, then stay tuned with us for more information in the next few days!
Geek Pittsburgh, a browncoat-friendly blog that is an official sponsor of Pittsburgh’s 2013 Can’t Stop the Serenity event, mentioned Take Back the Sky as part of their recent article about the annual worldwide Yuri’s Night celebration. Our thanks to Geek Pittsburgh for helping to boost our signal.
A recent online article by Geek Pittsburgh (www.geekpittsburgh.com) spotlights the Rivers and Bridges Brigade of the Pennsylvania Browncoats and mentions Take Back the Sky. We’re grateful to Geek Pittsburgh and the PA Browncoats’ Rivers and Bridges Brigade for supporting our mission.
Devin Stewart, a high-school student from Bethel Park, Pennsylvania, submitted this unsolicited video to Youtube promoting Take Back the Sky. Our sincere thanks to Devin. It’s refreshing to see young folk taking an interest in space exploration, and it’s always shiny to get a helping hand from a fellow browncoat.
We find it all manner of ironic that this commercial from Siemens aired during the Science Channel’s Firefly marathon this past weekend. The spot talks about how Siemens software allows SpaceX to construct and test rockets like the Falcon 9 virtually before they build them physically, which increases both safety and productivity. And of course the ad features the Dragon capsule, that same one that will carry astronauts into space in just two years’ time. The same one that will someday be called Serenity…