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“Space Invaders” party hosted by SpaceX

SpaceX Lite-Brite Signage

Giant "Lite-Brite" SpaceX "Space Invaders" signage. Photo Credit: carnivaldaymd via Instagram

Space Exploration Technologies (SpaceX) appears be picking up the pace – in launches and parties. In December, we reported on an “epic” holiday party hosted by SpaceX near its Hawthorne, CA, headquarters. Just last night, the company hosted a “Space Invaders” themed function at the Satellite 2015 Conference and Exhibition in Washington, DC. As in December, many party-goers used social media to post photos of the event. An assortment of those photos are below:

SpaceX "Space Invaders" Event Team credential

SpaceX “Space Invaders” Event Team credential. Photo Credit: danamuns via Instagram

SpaceX Infinity Bar

SpaceX “Infinity Bar.” Photo Credit: evoke_dc on Instagram

SpaceX Glowing DJ and Robot

Glowing DJ and “Robot.” Photo Credit: evoke_dc via Instagram

SpaceX Robot

SpaceX “Robot.” Photo Credit: meidadpariente via Instagram

SpaceX Party Characters

An interesting assortment of characters. Photo Credit: meidadpariente via Instagram

SpaceX Bar

SpaceX Bar. Photo Credit: iskore via Instagram

SpaceX "astronauts"

SpaceX “astronauts.” Photo Credit: carriesims via Instagram

SpaceX Lady Large Dress

Lady with a very large dress. Photo Credit: jodimoraru via Instagram

imageSpaceX "Space Invaders" party

SpaceX “Space Invaders” party. Photo Credit: danamuns via Instagram


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Scott earned both a Bachelor's Degree in public administration, and a law degree, from Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama. He currently practices law in the Birmingham suburb of Homewood. Scott first remembers visiting Marshall Space Flight Center in 1978 to get an up-close look at the first orbiter, Enterprise, which had been transported to Huntsville for dynamic testing. More recently, in 2006, he participated in an effort at the United States Space and Rocket Center (USSRC) to restore the long-neglected Skylab 1-G Trainer. This led to a volunteer position, with the USSRC curator, where he worked for several years maintaining exhibits and archival material, including flown space hardware. Scott attended the STS - 110, 116 and 135 shuttle launches, along with Ares I-X, Atlas V MSL and Delta IV NROL-15 launches. More recently, he covered the Atlas V SBIRS GEO-2 and MAVEN launches, along with the Antares ORB-1, SpaceX CRS-3, and Orion EFT-1 launches.

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