2018-04-12 (W) HackadaySummary

Get YourName on the Hottest List in the Solar System
When I saw this opportunity, I couldn't believe no one else had jumped on it. NASA will be launching a probe to investigate the sun's corona, and they named it after a living scientist. These things have never happened before. In a push for media coverage, they have been giving people the chance to put their names on a list which will be stored on a memory card aboard the probe to the sun. What purpose does that serve? It's fun, that's the only purpose. Or possibly data collection by NASA but I signed up so my name is going to space and I think that's pretty neat.

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