Astronaut Scott Kelly shares photos of Texas shot from space
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The view from astronaut Scott Kelly's new home 200 miles above Earth NASA astronaut Scott Kelly is getting comfortable on the International Space Station, a satellite more than 200 miles above Earth where he will be spending the next year. Kelly, alongside Russian cosmonauts Mikhail Kornienko and Gennady Padalka, launched to the ISS on March 27. SEE ALSO: NASA astronaut launches to space station, his home for an entire year Just over a week later, he tweeted this breathtaking view from his new home on Saturday: Good morning #Texas from the #ISS. Looks like #Houston and #Austin have some #weather headed your way. #YearInSpace pic.twitter.com/boDVsCY9vX — Scott Kelly (@StationCDRKelly) April 4, 2015
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When James Harden signed with the Rockets, he wasn't sure he had what it takes to be a star. Now he's the MVP front-runner and the league is trying to keep up, step for Eurostep.
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Father TJ Martinez had an outsized impact on our city in the few years that he was a Houstonian, as founding president of Cristo Rey Jesuit College Preparatory School. A visionary, Father TJ, founding president of CRJ, lit up the city with his ebullient, larger-than-life personality with an audacious and unquestioning vision of a school that offered at-risk students access to a college-preparatory curriculum, an innovative corporate work-study program and a Jesuit education.
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4. Houston, TX MSA: Houston-Sugar Land-Baytown, TX Housing Affordability: 73.2% Unemployment Rate: 7.3% Median Salary (for college grads):$66,600 Cost-of-Living: 89
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Work Downtown? Here's a map to downtown Houston's underground tunnel system, filled with shops, restaurants, flower shops, banks and other retail shops. Great for those days where it's over 100, or raining 3 or 4 inches per hour. Comes in real handy. ~~ Houston Foodlovers
Did you know that there are tunnels full of shops and restaurants under downtown Houston?
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This awesome video puts Houston’s vibrant culture in the spotlight, and these people are backing up all the hype. From a revitalized art scene to foodie hotspots, Houstonians are shaping a unique and beautiful future for the community. These proud locals have one thing to say: H-town’s time is now—are you ready for it?
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Texas Highways Top 40 Travel Destinations - No. 21 - Ben Wheeler. Located in Van Zandt County between Tyler and Dallas, the hamlet of Ben Wheeler has come to life in the past six years as a quaint cluster of artists, craftsmen, and two eateries that also host live music.
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Skinny Baked Brie Phyllo Cups with Craisins and Walnuts - I made these for my christmas party and I liked them, but they didn't have a whole lot of flavor. I think maybe a better brie or a different kind of cheese would make these a little better.
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Discover “My Top 5″ with art entrepreneur Dandee Warhol
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