NASA has lost regular communications with the International Space Station, a NASA official confirmed Tuesday.
The space agency says it is currently only able to communicate every 90 minutes when the facility passes over ground stations in Russia.
The station, which is carrying one American astronaut and two Russian cosmonauts, does not appear to be in danger, NASA spokesman Josh Byerly said.
DANGER WILL ROBINSON--DANGER DANGER
Alien invasion is imminent.
Oh... this is bad.
budget cuts! that explains!
They must reconfigure the phaser array!
Actually, the astronauts put NASA's number on call-blocking because it's listed as a private number.
Can you hear me Major Tom?
My new Death Star! Losers.
Just pay the damn phone bill. Christ almighty ... how many times do I gotta tell you that!
Now if they had Verizon instead of AT&T for their cell service, this wouldnt be a problem!
Yeah...they have those cell towers disguised as palm trees here. Maybe like asteroids there.
The cylons are here!
Just use text messaging, duh.
Oh dear. Good luck up there, guys. Hope this gets cleared up soon.
Isn't this how every alien invasion movie ever starts?
Our tax dollars hard at work. Pity that even NASA has now become a typical inefficient government agency under this administration. The destruction of the US moves forward nicely and the sheeple are placated by the fact that they can continue to watch their shows at night. When will this country wake up and realize that the government has grown too big and is wasting our hard earned tax dollars hand over fist for what? Nothing it seems like since not even NASA can be a symbol of pride anymore.
This is not something to take lightly. If we can't talk with them, how will we know when they run out of Tang?
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