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.
And he thinks Sandra Bullock deserved an Oscar for her performance in Gravity. That and more from his Reddit AMA.
What do astronauts put on their toast? Space jam.
The Red Planet wasn’t so red four billion years ago.
Including a rather handsome Romaine lettuce.
Bicycle kicks are so much easier in zero gravity.
NASA astronaut Reid Wiseman has captured his entire experience aboard the International Space Station on Twitter.
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Star Wars Day is celebrated on May 4.
Avec l’aimable autorisation de la NASA et du commandant Hadfield.
Space selfies are the only selfies worth taking.
Today’s launch is SpaceX’s third of 12 resupply missions through their $1.6 billion contract with NASA.
Toshiba laptops were so sick in 1998. They sent emails to SPACE!
Featuring the most insanely funny version of “Let It Go” yet, the Dutch reporter who went for an accidental swim, and what it would look like if girls hit on guys like guys hit on girls.
All pictures should be taken from space.
Nasa’s Curiosity rover took the pictures.
The footage is so remarkable it almost looks fake.
The U.S. agency will halt contact with Russian officials, but continue its partnership on the International Space Station, according to an internal memo.