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:iconspreadmoreloveplz: Welcome to WishingWell Weekly :iconspreadmoreloveplz:
WWW is Back for 2015 !!!
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Hello Dear Members, Watchers, and Visitors,
WELCOME TO dAWishingWell!
What OUTSTANDING Events Happening in Our Group!
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Fishing for Wishes 15.1.1
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2nd Annual MB3D Teaser resultsHappy New Year to all the members of MB 3D Teasers :iconmandelbulb3dteasers:!!!More Like This
Sorry for the delay in announcing the winners....
Thank you so much for all the participants, who made this a success....
Instead of our regular process of voting this time admins were the Judges & the winners are...
1. Hal's Challenge:- by Haltenny :iconhaltenny:
1st place: :icongannjondal: with
2nd place: :iconswoopswatkill: with
3rd place: :iconsabine62: with
2.Tim's Challenge:- 2nd Annual Teaser by Tim :icontimemit:
1st place: :iconsabine62: with
2nd place: :iconbezo97: with
3rd place: :icontopas2012: with
3.Lux's Challenge:- 2nd Annual Teaser by Lux :iconlaxmijayaraj:
Second Annual Mandelbulb3D Teaser WinnersBelow are the results (and a feature of the winners) of the Second Annual Mandelbulb 3D Teasers :iconmandelbulb3dteasers: challenge.More Like This
We would like to thank all those who participate for their hard work --- hopefully fun --- and continued support. And a huge thanks to Lux ( LaxmiJayaraj ) as she carries most of the burden in keeping the group running smoothly!
This month, the three admins each provided a different challenge with their own set of rules and the admins judged the entries instead of the normal voting system.
Their winning entry will be first and then a few other pieces from their galleries. And the winners are:
For Lux's challenge ( LaxmiJayaraj ):
1st place: :iconjost1:
Boeing Will Be 1st To Carry US Astronauts To SpaceMore Like This
By Kerry Sheridan
Boeing will be the first commercial company to carry a NASA astronaut to space in July 2017 under a contract with the US space agency, followed by its competitor SpaceX, officials said Monday.
NASA is funneling billions of dollars to both companies so that they can replace American access to the orbiting International Space Station after the US space shuttle program was retired in 2011.
The announcement of $4.2 billion for Boeing and $2.6 billion for SpaceX was made in September 2014.
However, a legal challenge by Sierra Nevada -- which was developing a space-shuttle-like vehicle called Dream Chaser and was closed out of the competition -- meant that officials could not reveal many details until now.
The US Government Accountability Office (GAO) denied the protest by Sierra Nevada earlier this month, allowing NASA and