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These never-before-seen images provide a new perspective on the iconic mission.
Click here or the picture to see the photos: See Photos From the Apollo Space Missions Through Astronauts’ Eyes
Landing on Jupiter’s moon in search of alien life won’t be easy.
The last of NASA’s original seven astronauts to die, Glenn circled the planet three times in 1962
NASASunEarth on Twitter: “Coming up on Tuesday, Oct. 25: the 10th anniversary of the launch of STEREO, a key piece of our sun-watching fleet. https://t.co/xMTwA3Bdh6 https://t.co/bLP0fjhLGQ”
— NASASunEarth (@NASASunEarth) October 21, 2016
Three observations from tonight:
1) EVERYONE wants to be a leader but most are not visionaries.
2) A few are visionaries but lack the leadership, business skills and/or chutzpah to make it happen.
3) Then there are the very few with both vision and chutzpah to make it happen. But, they are not just the Musks or Bezoses, they are the smaller pioneers, some of whom I met tonight, and they are the key for getting to and crossing the tipping point to a vibrant commercial space industry/economy.
Celebrate STEM at the largest science festival in the country! Join the 4th USA Science & Engineering Festival in Washington, D.C. April 16-17, 2016.
Source: USA Science and Engineering Festival – Home
The solar system might be a lot hairier than we thought. A new study publishing this week in the Astrophysical Journal by Gary Prézeau of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, California, proposes the existence of long filaments of dark matter, or “hairs.”
Watch the ISS space walk live! It started at12:10 PM UTC (8:10 AM EDT) on October 28, 2015 – NASA Television | NASA
NASA scientists working toward putting people on Mars said Tuesday a supersonic parachute they are developing to slow a vehicle’s approach to the Red Planet partially deployed in a test, but immediately ripped apart.