Crew Dragon Capsule Atop SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket Moves Into Position

How to Watch Today's Historic Rocket Launch

Today at 1:33 pm PDT, weather permitting, NASA and SpaceX will team up to shoot humans into space from American soil for the first time since 2011.
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NASA Confirms Tom Cruise's Space Station Movie

NASA confirmed via Tweet, because 2020, that they would indeed be helping to get a movie starring Tom Cruise filmed aboard the ISS.
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I remember when the space shuttle blew up...

A sad day at the pre-school as seven humans headed for Earth's orbit. Sadly, they made it only just more than a minute towards weightlessness before suffering a catastrophic failure that ended an ambitious mission and silenced the sparks of their lives.
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Macaulay Culkin

Former NASA Engineer Is Back With Macaulay Culkin To Fight Porch Pirates

This video has it all: pranks, justice, Macaulay Caulkin, bio-degradable glitter, and the icing on this s*** cake: fart spray.
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The Moon Is SO FAR Away

My buddy Sean text me the other day about the Apollo 11 mission launch celebrating a milestone day in space history and made a great point: It's not just kids, dude, I don't think most people understand just how batsh*t crazy it is for humans to go to the moon. Yeah, we can wrap our heads around...
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NASA Wants Us To Live On Mars In These

NASA just handed out $500k to the winners of its 3D-Printed Habitat Challenge, AI Space Factory. What you see varies significantly from the notion that Mars will radiate us so badly that we'll have to live underground like mole people. That would be a nightmare for the first several generations of...
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Nerd Talk: Mars Is Far AF Away From Earth

NASA has officially declared the Mars Opportunity rover dead on the surface of our neighboring planet. One of the most successful and enduring feats of interplanetary exploration, our @MarsRovers Opportunity is at an end after almost 15 years exploring the surface of Mars. Designed to last just 90...
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I Remember The Challenger Explosion

Originally written for the 30 year anniversary In 1986, I was a tiny child - only 5 years old in Albuquerque, NM - when space travel took over my squishy little brain. I don't know why my mother was with me at the time, but we were at the cute little preschool/kindergarten that my family dropped me...
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Green Day Celebrates Mars Landing

Welcome To Paradise: Green Day Celebrates NASA's Mars Landing

Why the band felt connected to the mission to the red planet
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Tycho in 4k

Nerd Talk: NASA's 4K Tour of the Moon is just Badass

As a tiny little virus running around changing the Earth to my own liking, it's a complex abstract idea to understand the scale, distance, and the barren surface of our natural satellite the moon. If you don't believe that Earth is round, please stop reading and go hate yell at someone on the...
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