Bring out the bubbly! Hubble is celebrating 25 years of science this April. Here’s why you should be in love with Hubble, if you weren’t already.
There were some awesome things that happened in space this part year — here’s a few of our favorite NASA contributions.
The view of Earth from orbit is never the same – from minute to minute, day to day, year to year. To celebrate 15 successful years of the Earth Observing System, we’ve collected 15 impressive, awe-inducing or simply just plain interesting images gathered by NASA’s three flagship Earth orbiters.
As we gather around our dinner tables for Thanksgiving, many food traditions will ensue, everything from turkey to stuffing, mashed potatoes and gravy. Similarly, NASA has a long history of food traditions, too.
Have a bit of Halloween fun with NASA.
The first humans who will step foot on Mars are walking the Earth today.
The twin Mars Exploration Rovers Spirit and Opportunity were launched toward Mars in the summer of 2003. They arrived months later in spectacular fashion, bouncing down safely on the surface ten years ago.
As usual, we did lots of awesome stuff at NASA this year. It’s hard not to do cool things when your job description includes “explore space.” You can check out our full list of 2013 accomplishments here, but here are a few of our favorites: