This is making the rounds, but it’s cool.
What have you done today?
Happy Birthday to Earth’s Space Station!
Not Johannes, he’s been dead awhile. The Kepler Space Telescope named in his honor. It did it’s job perfectly, but it will be missed.
Early reports are favorable.
A great American hero gets his due…
I will be going.
Essentially particles of solid and liquid matter suspended in air. Air pollution if you like.
The fourth man to walk on the moon, and a pretty good artist as well.
Someone with a good editor program had fun with all the open source NASA footage, because why not?
Stands to reason…
His contributions to Physics and his ability to popularize science have secured his place in history, his triumph over motor neuron disease have made him a legend. It is rare that a real human is far more compelling a character than anything fiction could dream up.
A Remix of the Falcon Heavy launch from last month. Now with more Bowie.
Nice job Space X!
Let’s hope it hits in an unpopulated area.
Thanks Mr. Hartmann!
It was supposed to last 90 Mars days. Yesterday, Opportunity celebrated its 5,000 Martian sunrise.
Space X Scores and almost perfect test flight. At this time it looks as though they lost the core of the main stage, but both boosters landed beautifully.
This is a live feed from a camera onboard the main stage, now on it’s way to Mars, with Elon Musk’s personal Tesla roadster along for the ride. Dang.
Sorry, with the flurry of activity at the end of the semester I did not post this when it happened. As I’ve said before, only 12 men walked on the moon. We all should take note when one of them passes.
Only five remain with us.
I never knew this…
says it all…
We lost another American hero
Wow. It still works, what an amazing machine.
It’s a good question. Some of the possible answers are a bit scary though.
This is so cool. I wish we could capture it, or at least analyze a sample from it.