What a wonderful world.
What a wonderful world.
Three candidates told us exactly what they had to do to make it through the latest Mars One selection round. Spoiler: It wasn’t much.
Featuring Buzz Aldrin taking the first selfie in space. And also a lot of American flags.
Meet Leland Melvin, your new favorite spaceman.
Trying to pee in a bag, amiright? They’re just like us!
The future is now.
“We had a lot of fun,” said a pretty pumped astronaut about his experience traveling around the World 2,700 times and covering more than 71 million miles.
Astronauts have been blowing our minds since Chris Hadfield blasted off.
Walnuts, welding, and wet clothes… YUM.
Bicycle kicks are so much easier in zero gravity.
No gravity, no problem!
2014 is the space age, apparently.
It’s hard out there for a human.
Plus the grooming secrets of 5 real-life Patrick Batemans, 9 of the weirdest items astronauts have taken to space, and the quiz that tells you what kind of Girls critic you are.
You could even say that it’s OUT OF THIS WORLD. lol sorry.
In an interview with Windy City Times this week, Dr. Tam O’Shaughnessy opened up about her relationship with the first American woman in space.
Earth has never looked so good.
Well the food floats, for one.
Karen Nyberg is a current resident of the International Space Station. Her Pinterest board is filled with photos of space, and it’s going to put your DIY boards to shame.
This once again proves that astronauts are the coolest people around.
Humans can’t let rovers have all the fun! Space exploration is gearing up to go to Mars…and beyond.
Here’s what the beginning of the Space Age looked like.
Lily Koppel’s new nonfiction book, The Astronaut Wives Club, looks at the historic time in America when astronauts were heroes and their families were emblems. She talks about the book and the photos she gathered.
A salute to Canadian Astronaut Commander Chris Hadfield, who returned to Earth today after having lived aboard the International Space Station for the past five months.
Plus 20 of the best songs ever written for movies, a sea otter who knows how to relax, and the continued survival of the Rolling Stones.
Plus bad news for aspiring astronauts, a major Chicken McNugget milestone, and the Pope’s first day.
Oh, and that’s not a flash either.
A photographer’s fantasy. Astronaut Don Petit takes a stunning set of long exposure photography 240 miles above the Earth during his high-speed orbit aboard the International Space Station. (via theinspirationgrid.com)
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Full screen is a must for this 1080p tour of the Earth! Dr. Justin Wilkinson from NASA’s astronaut team describes the special places that spacemen focus on whenever they get a moment. (Via) Watch Video ›