from the sci-fi blog io9.com
"As NASA starts chattering on Twitter, friending on Facebook, and posting to Flickr, we show you how to stalk the space agency online through its multitude of ongoing projects and endeavors.
In 1969, when Apollo 11 landed on the moon, there was attention worldwide. While news from space captures nowhere near the same attention that the original missions commanded, it is now increasingly easier to follow up on what is happening with NASA - you can follow everything from the Martian rovers to satellites in orbit around Earth. Here's your guide to geting [sic] up to the second information on a number of scientific undertakings:"
and then follows a bucket load of links from Facebook and Myspace pages, websites and twitter feeds
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