It's the photo they waited 30 years to take (click to enlarge).
Chris Bray and his father attended the first space shuttle launch back in 1981 -- and the last, just a few weeks ago. Bray posted a link to the photo on Reddit on Monday and the reaction was immediate -- almost 600 comments have been left thus far, and various media outlets have picked up the story.
Here's a look at some notable birthdays being celebrated today:
Harry Dean Stanton Age: 85 Occupation: Actor Known For: Films such as 'Cool Hand Luke,' 'Pretty in Pink' and 'The Green Mile,' and a recent recurring role on the HBO series 'Big Love'
Jane Lynch Age: 51 Occupation: Actress and Singer Known For: A long career in both TV and films, but her most notable role of late is her wickedly funny portrayal of cheerleading coach Sue Sylvester on the hit series 'Glee'
Chef Duff and his crew have worked their magic again -- this time, Potter-style.
The Baltimore-based baker, owner of Charm City Cakes and star of the popular reality show 'Ace of Cakes,' prides himself on creations that are well out of the norm. And this one, conjured up for the New York premiere of the new 'Harry Potter' movie, definitely didn't disappoint.
Japanese amusement park Fuji-Q boasts some of the wildest rides and gnarliest roller coasters out there and this video gives you a front seat, first-person view of their newest attraction, the Takabisha...
Asking the woman he loves to marry him may be one of the scariest things a man will do in his lifetime. Not only is there a lot of pressure on a guy to make that magic moment a memorable one but the fear of rejection must be nerve-racking.
Creativity is key in securing a 'yes' from that special someone.
A new study by usability expert Jakob Nielsen reveals that when webpages are read, we read and scan the text in an F-shape.
Using eyetracking software, he found the first paragraph gets the most attention, making the top horizontal line of the F. The next paragraph only gets half the attention of the first, tracing the second shorter horizontal line of the F. And finally, we skim down the rest of the article vertically.
Sherwood Schwartz, the man who created or contributed to several iconic television shows, died Tuesday at 4AM of natural causes. He was 94.
Schwartz worked in radio for Bob Hope before transitioning to television, where he won a 1961 Emmy as part of the writing team for 'The Red Skelton Show.' He also worked on series such as 'My Favorite Martian' and 'Harper Valley PTA.'
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