It’s kind of a big deal. Here’s why.
You can watch the annual Lyrid meteor shower from April 16-25.
Toshiba laptops were so sick in 1998. They sent emails to SPACE!
Nothing can prepare you for what you are about to see.
In space, nobody can hear you scream, “bull$#*!”
A new time lapse of satellite images from NASA shows the East Coast getting pummeled by this year’s brutal winter. The time lapse shows photos from January 1st to March 24th.
Space is so fricking cool.
And let us work out whether they’re habitable or not.
When li’l Jacob finishes NDT’s sentence with “non-Newtonian solid” at 3:22… Mind. Blown.
Prepare for take off.
Yes, Pluto is an option.
NASA released a number of photos in honor of the new documentary series, Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey.
The NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope has captured a “never before seen” break-up of an asteroid which has separated into as many as ten smaller pieces, according to NASA.
Keep doing what you’re doing, NASA. It’s incredible.
NASA’s selfie game is too strong.
NASA used various shots of astronauts and other photos taken from space to recreate key moments in the film.
You’ve heard about the Big Bang. But how will everything as we know it end?
The exhibition “For All Mankind: Vintage NASA Photographs 1964–1983” is on in London now.
It’s the first of its kind in 30 years. Boom.
“I’m so glad that God made me gay, because I don’t know if I would’ve been so open-minded, if I was just a normal straight white guy from Mississippi.” Ahead of the Sochi Olympics, the former NSYNC singer on his new documentary and Russian homophobia.
The sky is dark and full of terrors.
The Challenger disaster occurred on Jan. 28, 1986, after the Space Shuttle broke apart over the Atlantic Ocean 73 seconds into its flight, killing seven NASA crew members. Reddit user AmericanMustache posted Tuesday what he said were photos discovered in boxes after his grandmother died.
It’s hard out there for a human.
A picture of an exploding star looks incredibly similar to an x-ray of a human hand.
These nine people were chosen to move onto the second round of the Mars One mission to be part of the first human settlement on Mars.
In an interview with Windy City Times this week, Dr. Tam O’Shaughnessy opened up about her relationship with the first American woman in space.
2013: Year of the selfie. #Goodbye
“Tonight, when you look at the night sky, realize that somebody could be looking back at you.”