Posted 8 hours ago

Jeb’s #globalselfie

kerbaldevteam:

Jeb couldn’t resist sending his NASA pals a #globalselfie to celebrate Earth Day and Kerbin Day. Have you taken a #globalselfie today?

Posted 8 hours ago
Posted 9 hours ago

xandraj5te:

STS-117 Flight Day 4

Astronauts Jim Reilly and John “Danny” Olivas, both STS-117 mission specialists, participate in the mission’s first planned session of extravehicular activity (EVA), as construction continues on the International Space Station. Among other tasks, Reilly and Olivas connected power, data and cooling cables between S1 and S3; released the launch restraints from and deployed the four solar array blanket boxes on S4 and released the cinches and winches holding the photovoltaic radiator on S4.

Whenever I see them poking into the truss I always imagine a cartoon bear rummaging through a fridge.  WHO ATE MY FROOT LOOPS!?

Posted 14 hours ago

humanoidhistory:

The Earth, December 1968.

Can’t wait to get views like this again someday.  Perspective is invaluable.

Posted 19 hours ago

darkbeautymag:

Happy Earth Day Dark Beauties! 
Join the Earth Day Network and take action for a better future for all — www.earthday.org

Image courtesy of NASA

Good morning!

Posted 21 hours ago
Posted 1 day ago

Just a reminder that “Too Cute” is a show that lives up to its name.

(Source: just-for-grins)

Posted 2 days ago

humanoidhistory:

why-are-you-tiger:

futurist-foresight:

Looking back at Apollo 16.

humanoidhistory:

On April 16, 1972, the Apollo 16 mission blasted off from Cape Canaveral on a journey to the Moon. Astronauts John Young, Charlie Duke, and Ken Mattingly went on the penultimate adventure of the Apollo program with a mission that lasted 11 days, 1 hour, and 51 minutes, ending at 2:45 PM EST on April 27.

SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCEEEEEEEEEEE

Indeed.

(Source: youtube.com)

Posted 3 days ago

from-the-earth-to-the-moon13:

Earth As Seen From Apollo 4 in November 1967 

Posted 4 days ago