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Topics: Space, NASA, Bra

Friday, 30 May 2008

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Jet Propulsion Lavatory (Pasadena, Calif.) - Late 5 hours from the announced schedule, reporters grasped their breath as Houston unveiled himself into the podium wearing the long time controversial lunar bra.

The item supposedly a classified object until 2015 was first exposed by Lt. Furt Kilsberf a navy, in 1969 during the capsule retrieval of Apollo 11. Kilsberf in his ingenuous ignorance caught on camera fondles the item.

Lunar bra, doubt as the "space frontier" was known only to a handful people back then. The term "space frontier" used by scientists and mostly interpreted literally by many people does actually refer to the bra. On the other hand NASA's top scientists scientifically call it "experiment 7979."

The bra was accounted for several successful lunar landings, "verily it keeps the astronauts abreast of the lunar mission" Houston said.

Mr. Amstrong the man who first set foot on the moon was actually the first man to wear the lunar bra. Failed Apollo 13 mission was erroneously attributed to the failure of putting the item into lunar module.

An exclusive manufacturing company in china wins the bid for the mass production of the bra. It comes in different colors to suit the taste of consumers, but analysts believe that the stylish "alien green" will hit the market.

The bra is not only intended for women but also for men as it was first designed for men in space. Customers buying a lunar bra shouldn't be surprise of dust collecting on its surface, the gimmick is designed to leave an impression of a moon dust.

"People wearing this bra will surely have the competitive and futuristic edge of modern technology" says Mr. Spiekil Schitt, a bra guru.

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