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10 Responses to Sunday Stamps 003: PoGOLite in outer space

  1. Thanks for the link to PoGOLite; I hadn't heard of this.

  2. It is amazing what they can do in space these days. Hopefully they will find cures for all these diseases soon.

  3. Postcardy says:

    Sounds amazing, but I don't understand why it is important to measure the polarization of soft gamma rays in the outerspace.

  4. Joy says:

    We gain in knowledge and have surprises every year from both space and science here on earth.

  5. Sheila says:

    I had never heard of this before. I looked up to see if the UK published any stamps for the International Year of Astronomy, but no, and neither did La Poste in France. I wonder how they decide on their issues?

  6. viridian says:

    Well, there must be a reason for studying the polarization of these rays. Happy Sunday stamps and thanks for participating.

  7. Deborah says:

    Interesting post and stamp.

  8. Lui says:

    zar, this stamp thing is making me drool with envy. i used to collect stamps when I was in hs and college. im seriously tempted to give it a go again..

  9. Never heard of it but it's interesting to note that this unique stamp was released. Well, I'm not more on the technical aspect but I appreciate the fact that the design features the PoGOLite gondola (or whatever you call it...). Though I'm not an astronomy enthusiast, I'd definitely collect this kind of stamp design!

  10. anne says:

    I always adore people who collected like stamps and stuff. If they had advanced study about outerspace, would they find a livable planet for us there? Visiting through bloggers exhange

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