The Falcon 9 failed to land properly last weekend, and now you can see the disaster for yourself.
NASA banned alcohol, but that didn’t stop the Russians.
A NASA rocket explodes during liftoff. Apple and U2 touch fingers. A home explodes on live television. Here are some of the most memorable BuzzFeed News Vines from 2014.
This footage is so incredibly rare that it almost seems like it’s from a sci-fi movie.
Trying to pee in a bag, amiright? They’re just like us!
A new time-lapse video from space shows the Earth transitioning from day to night.
Storms we see on the ground look even crazier from the skies.
Astronauts have been blowing our minds since Chris Hadfield blasted off.
Who do you think the proudest penguin in the world is?
Go home, Zeus. You’re drunk.
“Have a little class,” implores General Maan.
Including a rather handsome Romaine lettuce.
NASA astronaut Reid Wiseman has captured his entire experience aboard the International Space Station on Twitter.
Today’s launch is SpaceX’s third of 12 resupply missions through their $1.6 billion contract with NASA.
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.
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.