Earth really is a very small stage in a vast cosmic arena.
Storms we see on the ground look even crazier from the skies.
“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.
Astronauts have been blowing our minds since Chris Hadfield blasted off.
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They boldly went where no sex geckos had gone before. RIP sex geckos.
Things can only get better. Thanks to r/spaceversions.
Walnuts, welding, and wet clothes… YUM.
No cheating! Close your Google search tab.
And with thousands of kilometres to spare, if you arrange them right.
You’ll never guess what happens when these men try on Spanx!
Sorry for the nightmares.
Astronaut Reid Wiseman gives us a glimpse into NASA experiments to find out how fire behaves in zero gravity.
Would you leave Earth forever? Meet a candidate willing to go on a one-way trip to the Red Planet.
One small step for mankind, one big batch of pictures to develop afterward.
“In space, no one can hear you knock.”
What do astronauts put on their toast? Space jam.
Transfer is also available to Neptune, Uranus, and Saturn, with connections to Titan.
The shortlist for the Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2014 has been announced. And wow.
Go home, Zeus. You’re drunk.
Subway is a bigger chain than McDonald’s. Based on this post.
Russia’s president had hoped to enjoy a milestone rocket test from a Dr. Evil-esque mancave.
Happy anniversary, little guy!
Including a rather handsome Romaine lettuce.
Bicycle kicks are so much easier in zero gravity.