Sat, Apr 16, 2005
If you’ve ever wanted to experience the thrill of floating
in weightlessness or the freedom of bounding and back-flipping in
reduced (or Zero) gravity, now is your chance!
MIT Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (http://web.mit.edu/mitseds)
and Yuri’s Night (www.yurisnight.net),
in conjunction with the Zero-Gravity Corporation, are sponsoring an
out-of-this-world raffle in celebration of a momentous year in
human spaceflight. The winner will receive a seat aboard
ZERO-G’s G-Force One aircraft, $180 towards airfare to Fort
Lauderdale, and a two-night stay at the Fort Lauderdale Courtyard
Marriott—a total $4,150 value!
Tickets are only $10, but hurry, only 100 more entries will be
accepted before the winner is announced on Monday, April 18th!
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