Whoa, pretty cool.
Whoa, pretty cool.
Who do you think the proudest penguin in the world is?
“My saddest photo yet,” tweeted Astronaut Alexander Gerst.
Astronaut Reid Wiseman gives us a glimpse into NASA experiments to find out how fire behaves in zero gravity.
Including a rather handsome Romaine lettuce.
No gravity, no problem!
Take that, Aliens!
Care of astronaut Reid Wiseman. Simply astounding.
“I probably have the best job on and off the planet,” he said.
Space selfies are the only selfies worth taking.
The U.S. agency will halt contact with Russian officials, but continue its partnership on the International Space Station, according to an internal memo.
NASA’s selfie game is too strong.
International Space Station video taken on Jan. 30, 2014 reveals a stark contrast between the neighboring Koreas.
Watch the astronauts perform crucial repairs to ISS during a spacewalk 260 miles above the Earth.
A cooling system has failed on the orbiting International Space Station, NASA said Wednesday. “At no time was the crew or the station itself in any danger.”
Featuring a gorgeous music video shot in all 185 of Oregon’s state parks, Benedict Cumberbatch’s dramatic reading of the new R. Kelly song, and what happens when you ask kids to draw what love looks like to them.
Earth has never looked so good.
The torch is orbiting about 260 miles above us right now.
All of our teachers lied.
The moon is really, really big.
All those things you’ve been told? They’re not true.
I hereby nominate Commander Hadfield for president of space. Or maybe Prime Minister of space, since he’s Canadian.
Because it is completely awesome.
Just when we thought Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield was done providing the world with videos from the International Space Station he gives us one last masterpiece. Chris leaves the ISS tomorrow after nearly five months in space.
Or at least, the southern part of it.
Both the arts and space exploration could use more funding to keep making awesome collaborations. Just sayin’.
Astronauts don’t just do serious science stuff, they also take rad photos.
Because no one wants to accidentally lodge your runaway nails in their nasal cavity. Every day tasks become a challenge in zero gravity.
For the season, a Christmas Carol to the Earth. Jewel in the Night is an original song written by astronaut Chris Hadfield and was recorded on the ISS on Dec. 23, 2012.
Astronauts aboard the International Space Station send their wishes to the people down on Earth in a film titled “Further Up Yonder.”