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Bits of Henry Ingram's 1815 poem "The Flower of Wye" borrowed to create a poem about the International Space Station.  The initial cap "H" is part of an ISS image (photo credit: Peter Stetson and John Stetson).The background text is a 2004 Congressional Budget Office budgetary analysis of NASA's future space vision.

Bits of Henry Ingram’s 1815 poem “The Flower of Wye” borrowed to create a poem about the International Space Station. The initial cap “H” is part of an ISS image (photo credit: Peter Stetson and John Stetson).
The background text is a 2004 Congressional Budget Office budgetary analysis of NASA’s future space vision.

This April 4, 1968 picture of the unmanned Apollo 6 mission launch was taken from a chase plane.  (Image credit: NASA.)  The poem text comes from a 1909 poem in "The Public" called "Wanderlust."  Phrases from other collocated articles were added in.

This April 4, 1968 picture of the unmanned Apollo 6 mission launch was taken from a chase plane. (Image credit: NASA.) The poem text comes from a 1909 poem in “The Public” called “Wanderlust.” Phrases from other collocated articles were added in.

AXE's "Leave a Man. Come Back a Hero." campaign reworked through a redacted poem.  The text is from "A Chronological History of Voyages into the Arctic" by Sir John Barrow (1818).  Picture is Kathryn Sullivan from July 1, 1979 after setting unofficial altitude record for an American woman (63,300 ft).  The purple outline was created with eyeliner.

AXE’s “Leave a Man. Come Back a Hero.” space academy campaign reworked through a redacted poem. The text is from “A Chronological History of Voyages into the Arctic” by Sir John Barrow (1818). Picture is Kathryn Sullivan from July 1, 1979 after setting unofficial altitude record for an American woman (63,300 ft). The purple outline was created with eyeliner.