NASA’s selfie game is too strong.
NASA’s selfie game is too strong.
International Space Station video taken on Jan. 30, 2014 reveals a stark contrast between the neighboring Koreas.
2014 is the space age, apparently.
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.
All of our teachers lied.
Just another reason to become an astronaut and live on the International Space Station.
Michael Dell’s offer to buy his namesake computer company received a huge boost Monday when proxy advisory firm Institutional Shareholder Services recommended investors vote in favor of his $24.4 billion bid. A vote on the deal is scheduled for July 18.
Proxy votes are supposed to be secret. But that didn’t stop one proxy advisor from leaking them.
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.
Astronaut Chris Hadfield has been tweeting some amazing shots from the International Space Station. As he prepares to come back to Earth, here’s some of his best shots from above the world.
In case you forgot, astronauts are the best. Each crew that voyages to the International Space Station gets their own poster, and more than one crew used the opportunity to star in an epic pop culture remake. (via flavorwire.com)
But got astronaut Chris Hadfield instead. Greatest AMA authentication photo ever?
Both the arts and space exploration could use more funding to keep making awesome collaborations. Just sayin’.
Because no one wants to accidentally lodge your runaway nails in their nasal cavity. Every day tasks become a challenge in zero gravity.
Life signs detected.
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.”
If you didn’t want to be an astronaut already, this timelapse video captured by the International Space Station, will definitely change your mind.
Some tricks you can only do in space!
Here’s a new gorgeous supercut of time-lapse video from the ISS.
Whoa. These weren’t taken by a billion dollar satellite, just a dude and his Nikon. Turns out Dutch astronaut and physician Andre Kuipers, currently doing research on the International Space Station, is quite the interstellar shutterbug. All of the captions and photos (save the last) are his. Some of these don’t even look real.
This gorgeous time-lapse video depicts the stars from low earth orbit, as viewed from the International Space Station. Give it a minute to load first, it’s worth the wait.
This is a real treat! Not only is it worth the wait to see the guy play the guitar, and sing his blues towards the end of the video, the trip around the Space Station itself is really fascinating. Really, this is worth a look.
Space is so awesome. This time-lapse video was taken from the front of the International Space Station as it orbits our planet at night. Watch Video ›