acodetojoy
Too many young women I think are harder on themselves than circumstances warrant. They are too often selling themselves short. They too often take criticism personally instead of seriously. You should take criticism seriously because you might learn something, but you can’t let it crush you. You have to be resilient enough to keep moving forward, whatever the personal setbacks and even insults that come your way might be. That takes a sense of humor about yourself and others. Believe me, this is hard-won advice I’m putting forth. It’s not like you wake up and understand this. It’s a process.

Hillary Clinton on how to handle criticism & other advice for young women, The Cut (via thatkindofwoman)

Yes.  Criticism does not mean you should stop.  It does mean you need to stop and think.

(via engrprof)

postcardsfromspace

postcardsfromspace:

You did good, Jade Rabbit.

spacetracks
spacetracks:

In honor of fallen astronauts - 
NASA assigned today as a day of remembrance for astronauts that were killed in three major agency tragedies:
Apollo 1 in 1967: A fire broke out in the capsule, killing astronauts Gus Grisson, Ed White and Roger Chaffee
The space shuttle Challenger in 1986: An O-ring failure caused the shuttle to explode after liftoff, killing astronauts Francis “Dick” Scobee, Ronald McNair, Mike Smith, Ellison Onizuka, Judy Resnik, Greg Jarvis and Connecticut teacher Christa McAuliffe
The Colombia shuttle in 2003: The shuttle broke apart during re-entry, killing astronaut Rick Husband; pilot Willie McCool; mission specialists Kalpana Chawla, Laurel Clark and David Brown;  payload commander Michael Anderson; and payload specialist (and first Israeli astronaut) Ilan Ramon. 
More from Space.com: http://www.space.com/24489-nasa-fallen-astronauts-spaceflight-disaster-anniversaries.html

spacetracks:

In honor of fallen astronauts - 

NASA assigned today as a day of remembrance for astronauts that were killed in three major agency tragedies:

  • Apollo 1 in 1967: A fire broke out in the capsule, killing astronauts Gus Grisson, Ed White and Roger Chaffee
  • The space shuttle Challenger in 1986: An O-ring failure caused the shuttle to explode after liftoff, killing astronauts Francis “Dick” Scobee, Ronald McNair, Mike Smith, Ellison Onizuka, Judy Resnik, Greg Jarvis and Connecticut teacher Christa McAuliffe
  • The Colombia shuttle in 2003: The shuttle broke apart during re-entry, killing astronaut Rick Husband; pilot Willie McCool; mission specialists Kalpana Chawla, Laurel Clark and David Brown;  payload commander Michael Anderson; and payload specialist (and first Israeli astronaut) Ilan Ramon. 

More from Space.com: http://www.space.com/24489-nasa-fallen-astronauts-spaceflight-disaster-anniversaries.html