Live long and prosper.
Live long and prosper.
Warning: Don’t try some of these things at home.
“Vaginal wetness could be an issue.”
NASA banned alcohol, but that didn’t stop the Russians.
I asked people in Times Square if they want to go to the red planet, even if it means they’ll die there. This is what they said.
This footage is so incredibly rare that it almost seems like it’s from a sci-fi movie.
This is grrrround control to Major Tom.
A Mars One candidate showed a glimpse into astronaut life on The Real. Adult diaper FTW.
Astronaut Reid Wiseman is totally winning at Twitter. Welcome back to Earth, Reid!
A new time-lapse video from space shows the Earth transitioning from day to night.
Astronauts fart… like, a lot.
Storms we see on the ground look even crazier from the skies.
He did really, really well for himself.
Would you leave Earth forever? Meet a candidate willing to go on a one-way trip to the Red Planet.
Take that, Aliens!
Never be without kangaroo vagina trivia again.
NASA astronaut Reid Wiseman has captured his entire experience aboard the International Space Station on Twitter.
Movie magic makes space travel look easy. Here’s how the Oscar-winning movie compares to reality. Warning: Spoilers ahead.
Earth has never looked so good.
Probably useful for non-astronauts on Earth too. Everyone’s favorite Canadian space commander Chris Hadfield brought stories and advice back from the International Space Station.
Don’t take your boring desk job for granted, you hear?
One of the “Original 7” NASA astronauts died Thursday. “We’re going to miss him,” his wife said.
Just another reason to become an astronaut and live on the International Space Station.
You want to go to space? Hope you’re down with poop water.
Plus photos of Wookies doing people stuff, a motorcylist saving a coffee cup from certain death, and the return of “Princeton Mom.”
I hereby nominate Commander Hadfield for president of space. Or maybe Prime Minister of space, since he’s Canadian.
Get ready to have your mind blown!
Some tricks you can only do in space!
“I hope it makes it easier for kids growing up gay that they know that another one of their heroes was like them,” Sally Ride’s sister, Bear Ride, said.
Other than death, of course.