It’s what everyone was wondering, everyone was asking, every was just straight up assuming the night of the AUroroa Boardrealis, right?
I bet you can see it from space, I bet you can see it from space, I bet you can see it from space.
If American astronaut and International Space Station resident Scott Kelly, the man whose been hashtaggin’ from the heavens for the past 157 days, sees Auburn’s tweet we may soon find out.
.@StationCDRKelly we have a light source you may can see up there. How about a picture? Let’s coordinate! #WarEagle pic.twitter.com/P9kIOPTxG4
— Auburn Tigers (@AuburnTigers) August 31, 2015
And if he does see it, how could he not want to help out? After all, history tells us that, like Coke and the hurry-up offense, Auburn pretty much invented the space program (just go here and scroll around), so in a sense he kind of owes us his career. And probably even his life (watch a little then skip to 3:19).
If he does—if it actually works out—it wouldn’t be the first satellite to beam good vibrations back to the Plains. But yeah, it’d be the coolest. So fingers crossed and all, but if you can see the scoreboard lights from Opelika DURING THE DAY, surely you can see them from outer space. Spread the word. Retweet. #NoHuddleYesHubble
Wish upon a War Eagle star.
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