NASA delivers an amazing time-lapse video of our neighbor the star.
NASA 'nauts close to completing another EPIC SPACEWALK to route cables around ISS http://t.co/xS0vz7RCJF — The Register (@TheRegister) March 1, 2015
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NASA astronauts make the third and last spacewalk to finish preparing the International Space Station (ISS) for the arrival of commercial spacecraft in the coming years.
Think you’d like to walk in space? Don’t be so sure. Yes, the view is great; yes, the weightlessness is fun. But the work is punishing. You’re either too hot or too cold—which is what happens when the temperature goes from 200º F to -200º F (93º C to -129º C) depending on whether you’re…
From NASA: "Astronaut Terry Virts captured this photo from the International Space Station flying over Boston, where Leonard Nimoy was born. #RIPLeonardNimoy"
Two veterans of the US space program have marked 50 years of service with in appropriately sedate style. In 1965, a pair of gigantic crawlers were built to move the Saturn V moon rockets to the launch pad. Half a century later, they are still in service and being upgraded to handle NASA's Space Launch System (SLS) and other launch vehicles. Show More Summary
International Space Station astronaut Terry Virts tweeted an image of his Vulcan hand salute from orbit in tribute to actor Leonard Nimoy who played the iconic Mr. Spock on the original Star Trek series and in subsequent feature fil...
Since Leonard Nimoy passed away yesterday, tributes have been pouring in from around the web. But this one, posted without comment from NASA astronaut Terry Virts aboard the ISS, is probably the most touching. LLAP. Read more...
From ReelNASA: NASA Astronaut Mike Fincke and ESA European Space Agency Astronaut Luca Parmitano reflect on the inspiration that actor Leonard Nimoy’s character Mr. Spock in the television series Star Trek had on scientists, engineers, space explorers and fans around the globe. Show More Summary
NASA astronaut Colonel Mike Fincke and ESA European Space Agency astronaut Luca Parmitano bid a touching farewell to actor Leonard Nimoy, each noting the profound effect that his famous Star Trek character Mr. Spock had on the lives of scientists, engineers and astronauts around the world. And as we at NASA along with our international […]
“The science that Willie Soon does is almost pointless.” - NASA climate scientist Gavin Schmidt, to the New York Times Recent revelations regarding Smithsonian scientist Willie Soon's financing and coordination with fossil fuel companies for studies undermining the science of climate change has received quite a bit of attention. Show More Summary
When Leonard Nimoy sent his final tweet into the virtual world of social media, did he have any idea that it would turn into a eulogy? From his best friend William Shatner to life-long fans of Star Trek and even to NASA, the man whom...Show More Summary
Nimoy and other Star Trek cast members celebrate the unveiling of the NASA space shuttle 'Enterprise', 1976 NASA: NASA is mourning the passing today, Feb. 27, 2015, of actor Leonard Nimoy, most famous for his role as Star Trek's Vulcan science officer Mr. Show More Summary
Randall Munroe, author of the popular math and science webcomic xkcd, posted a graph about the European Space Agency’s mission to land a probe on a comet last November. The former NASA roboticist pointed out that the most incredible thing about the Rosetta mission wasn’t its unprecedented proximity to a comet, or the decade it took to get there. Show More Summary
image via nasa/david scott “What the hell,” goes the classic Seinfeld joke, “were they doing with a car on the goddamned moon? You’re on the moon, already! Isn’t that far enough?” Now, decades after Apollo 15 first plopped a space-age...Show More Summary
NASA has released the following photo on news of the death of actor Leonard Nimoy who was Mr Spock in the Star Trek cinema and television series. He is shown in 1976, with the first Space Shuttle Enterprise, in the open necked blue shirt in them middle of the image, and without the famous pointed [...]
The beloved “Star Trek” actor's work brought space home to so many millions of fans. Read the rest
NASA visualizes the 22,000 tons of life-giving dust that flows between Africa and South America. On Earth, there couldn't be a bigger difference between the Amazon rainforest and the African Sahara. The latter is a brown streak of wasteland; the former, green and teeming with life. Show More Summary