Hubby and I are huge science nerds. We grew up in the age of moon landings, Star Trek, and Space Invaders, so it’s no secret that we are also fans of NASA. Today, Mark stumbled across a fun article relating to the Artemis program, NASA’s current program to send the first woman (and the next man) to the moon. The mission itself is pretty exciting, but one of the things that particularly caught our eye was the “What’s in Your #NASAMoonKit?” promotion.
Astronauts who travel to the International Space Station are very limited on what personal items they can bring with them into space. Each astronaut is allowed a “personal preference kit” that takes up a maximum volume of 5” x 8” x 2”. For the record, that’s smaller than this Creative Memories paper trimmer.
What would you put in your personal preference kit? NASA invites you to think about what you would take to the moon and share what you would put in your #NASAMoonKit on social media. Take a picture or video and post it with the hashtag #NASAMoonKit on Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook. If they like it, NASA might share your kit on their own social media accounts or their Green Run broadcast. Oh, and don't forget to tag @CraftyNeighbor and #craftyneighbor. I’ll be posting mine to Instagram and Facebook sometime in the next few days!
For all the rules, check the official “What’s in Your #NASAMoonKit?” website.