Google News: “You could be an astronaut, you could be a marine, you had a planned trip to Mars.”
The caption says it all.
The caption reads: “What do you do when you get on a spacecraft and it’s heading for Mars?”
The story was shared on Twitter by @cbcgreenshirts, who posted the tweet:”What do we do when we get on Mars?”
“This would be the perfect opportunity to have the astronaut to Mars, so what do we think of this?”
We had an idea to do a crossword game.
Would you have an astronaut to be your guide?””
You could’ve been an astrophysicist, you would’ve been a geologist, you might have been a biologist.
The astronaut could’ve said ‘This is where the planets are, this is where there’s life.
This is where we should go.’
“So that would have been really cool.”
The video, which has been shared nearly 4,000 times, was posted on November 18, 2017 by the CBC Greenshirts group.
The tweet also reads:”You would have the space scientist to help you figure out what you should do, what the planets were, what life was.
That’s a pretty cool astronaut.””
You know what they say, the more you see it, the better you understand it.
So it’s a good example of how a cross-media, interactive approach can help us understand how our world works and can make us understand that it’s not all just one way.”
It’s actually a cross between media and science, and if you’re looking for a better example, then look no further than ‘I’ll Be There’ by the Who.
I think that’s an excellent example.
“The tweet was retweeted more than 20,000 time and liked nearly 1,000,000.
The tweet has been liked more than 2,500 times and retweeted over 50,000 other times.
The hashtag #IWannaBe there has been used by the hashtag #space_scientist to discuss the space-related aspects of the tweet.
In a follow-up tweet on November 21, 2017, the CBC group said:”We wanted to find a way to have a cross, media, and science team, and to be able to say, ‘Hey, we have a plan for you.
Let’s put you in your place, so you can go and help us figure out where you’re going to go, and what you’re doing.'””
So we thought, why don’t we put a cross on top of this, and we thought we could get it to retweet a little bit more.””
So you could have had the astronaut, but what would that have looked like?””
I think that would be an awesome idea, and I hope you guys liked it.
“Follow the CBC’s #IWantMars hashtag on Twitter.