Jun 8, 2010 5:09 PM by Melissa Canone
HOUSTON (AP) - Always wanted to fly in space? Now at least your
photo can reach orbit.
NASA is inviting the public to send their portrait into space
aboard one of the two remaining space shuttle flights. To
participate, upload your picture to a NASA website:
You can select which space shuttle to fly - Discovery in
September or Endeavor, targeted for November. You can also just fly
your name, without a photo.
After the flight, participants can download a special
A map on the website keeps track of submissions. By Tuesday
afternoon, some 27,000 people worldwide had entered their photos -
more than 10,000 in the U.S., 500 in Spain and one in Cambodia.