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Apr. 29 2009 - 8:14 am | 11 views | 0 recommendations | 2 comments

Scott Parazynski checks in from Everest

Astronaut Scott Parazynski checks in from Everest Base Camp. He is resting and eating – a lot (5,000 calories a day) in preparation for his summit bid. What’s his favorite food at EBC? Not the Yak!

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You can follow Scott’s footsteps here courtesy of the SPOT satellite tracking device.

And you can read Scott’s blog here. It is quite a tale of high adventure.


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    Really loving these Skype chats. I have been following Scott’s blog and love getting the opportunity to see the environment in ‘Realtime’. Thanks for putting this effort together and I look forward to seeing more!

    Aaron

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    Video not working, clicked on play, nothing happens. Tried it on both firefox and IE.

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