Thursday, 23 October, 2008

The Space is now magical, literally!

Indian magicians take pride of the country's scuccessful Moon mission. On the other side of the glob, American magicians take pride of one of their counterparts convening a magical meeting at the International Space Station.

Ecstasy at the Society of American Magicians (S.A.M.), reached skies as its member from Texas, Richard Garriot launched aboard a Russian Soyuz spacecraft and docked successfully the International Space Station at 9.26am on 13th of Oct.

During his stay, he along with co-passenger, Greg Chamitoff, will convene the first meeting of a magic ring in the space. New ring will be named as Ring No.17210 that denotes the miles per hour traversed by the Space Station, S.A.M. informs.

Carrying dreams: PSLV Rocket heading to its launch pad before its scheduled job of carrying Indian dream satellite to the Moon's orbit.

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