It was taken by a telescope searching for black holes.
L’ESPACE EST TELLEMENT COOL.
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.
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.
From health to feminism to space exploration – jai ho across the board.
But… it’s still 162 million miles away from its destination.
The spacecraft is not carrying humans, though NASA hopes it will eventually allow astronauts to explore deeper into space than ever before. The launch was scuttled Thursday due to high winds and a valve issue but completed successfully on Friday.
NASA have recreated a new high-resolution colour view of Europa using a mosaic of photos from the 1990s, showing how the moon would look to the human eye.
Climate scientists have created a stunning computer model which tracks carbon dioxide in the Earth’s atmosphere.
Hugs for u, extra-terrestrials.
Trying to pee in a bag, amiright? They’re just like us!
“It could well be that the agents of our destruction are moments away,” Jonathan Nolan told BuzzFeed News.
The unmanned Antares rocket exploded Tuesday evening during liftoff from Wallops Island in Virginia. There were no casualties or injuries, NASA said.
If you cry in space, the tears just stick to your face.
Are we out of the woods yet? Here’s why the once-in-a-lifetime event is a big deal.
Alyssa Carson describes herself as “Future Mars Walker,” and she is amazing.
With private companies taking over transit from Earth to the International Space Station, NASA will focus on its mission to send humans to Mars.
“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.
It’s like Armageddon, but without the impending doom.
You have to be on location to get these shots — on location in outer space! While these science cameras explore the universe, you can explore our solar system in Destiny, available now!
NASA research shows the ozone isn’t faring as well as hoped.
Buzz Aldrin on the 45th anniversary of the splashdown of Apollo 11.
Astronaut Reid Wiseman gives us a glimpse into NASA experiments to find out how fire behaves in zero gravity.
It’s basically Bio-dome without Pauly Shore… thankfully.
One small step for mankind, one big batch of pictures to develop afterward.