Columbia CD Travels to the ISS!

Sur­prise, sur­prise! Thanks to NASA astro­naut Clay Ander­son, my Colum­bia CD appar­ent­ly took a lit­tle trip to the Inter­na­tion­al Space Sta­tion, via the space shut­tle Dis­cov­ery mis­sion STS-131.

NASA astronaut Clayton Anderson aboard the ISS
NASA astro­naut Clay­ton Ander­son aboard the ISS with his float­ing copy of the “Colum­bia: We Dare to Dream” CD

This is for us such a great hon­or that we’ve been strug­gling to find the words to describe it. Of course, this isn’t about us. It’s about a Colum­bia trib­ute com­ing full cir­cle back to the NASA fam­i­ly. For us, to have the phys­i­cal embod­i­ment of this music orbit­ing our pre­cious plan­et is sym­bol­ic of some­thing much larg­er. It has to do with remem­brance, cama­raderie, con­ti­nu­ity, and the future. It’s about keep­ing some­thing very impor­tant alive.

Thank you, Clay, for this incred­i­ble sur­prise!

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