Sign in Space
Okay, as a deaf person and a space nut, I'm not ashamed to admit this made me cry.
American Astronaut Tracy Caldwell Dyson, currently on the International Space Station, has sent the first-ever ASL message from spacen
I've written before about how it feels, as a deaf person. to be continually an afterthought.
Tracy Caldwell Dyson knows we we are here. And she spoke to us. Who knows what deaf kid will be inspired to pursue a career in space as a result of her six-minute video?
On the 41st anniversary of the moon landing, a very timely and moving development.