Bees on the moon? (12)

1 Name: キタ━━━━━━━━( ・∀・)━━━━━━━━!!!! [Del]

Think about how happy they would BEE on the moon: just floating around in zero g, chillin' , buzzing about. If we put bees on the moon, this would be great! Astronauts could eat honey.

2 Name: キタ━━━━━━━━( ・∀・)━━━━━━━━!!!! [Del]

While there have been space missions that have included carpenter bees (2003) and leafcutter bees (2018), the honey bee was the first bee in space although their maiden voyage could not be termed very successful. The honey bee’s first space mission (STS-3) took place on the space shuttle Columbia March 22-30, 1982. The bee mission was part of a Shuttle Student Involvement Program (SSIP) sponsored jointly by the National Science Teacher’s Association (NSTA) and NASA. The program gives students in U.S. secondary schools the opportunity to propose experiments for flight on space missions. Bees for the study were supplied by Coplin Bee Farms in Arcadia, Texas. The results were published in a report authored by Todd Nelson and James Peterson titled, Insect Flight Observation at Zero Gravity.

9 Name: キタ━━━━━━━━( ・∀・)━━━━━━━━!!!! [Del]


10 Name: キタ━━━━━━━━( ・∀・)━━━━━━━━!!!! [Del]

Bees on the moon? How did they get there?

11 Name: キタ━━━━━━━━( ・∀・)━━━━━━━━!!!! [Del]

6, 6, 6. Everywhere you look. How many 6's can you count already... even the badge is a giant 6.

12 Name: キタ━━━━━━━━( ・∀・)━━━━━━━━!!!! [Del]

NASA mastermind Meltingwax is sending our bees to our moon with our taxes

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