Space Settlement Day Progress Report

Space Settlement Blog Day is on July 20th.

I want to thank David Brandt-Erichsen, Charles Radley and Brice Russ for making  Space Settlement Blog Day possible and launching it so well.

So far 18 blogs have signed up to participate.

Participating Blogs:

The Space Settlement Blog  Day is now listed on Bloggers Unite, thanks to Daniel Sims of Habitation Intention.

Blogger Unite has another interesting event International Civil Aviation Day

Objective:
Focusing on those involved in civil aviation especially on those who’ve started and will become aviators of the future!

International Civil Aviation Day was established in 1994 by ICAO, to mark the 50th anniversary of the Organization, created on 7 December 1944. The purpose of the global celebration is to generate and reinforce worldwide awareness of the importance of international civil aviation in the social and economic development of the world.

And well, it is a day celebrating us!

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