When most people get up in the morning, the first thing they do is hit facebook or some news outlet to see what's happening in the world. I hit Facebook too but the first thing I look at is NASA's page or I go directly to their website to what's happening in the world of space explora…
Earlier this morning astronaut Scott Kelly arrived in Houston after nearly a year-long mission in space. The one-year mission was designed to help NASA better understand what happens to an astronaut's physical and mental health during an extremely long stay in a micro-gravity environment.
A NASA rocket filled with supplies for the International Space Station exploded during it's launch Tuesday (10/28/14) evening. The rocket was unmanned but there was major damage to the launch facilities.
As a kid I always dreamed of being able to go into space and now thanks to NASA's live-streaming views of earth, I can come a little closer to those dreams. The project, known as the High Definition Earth Viewing experiment, aims to test how cameras perform in the space environment.
I think we can all agree that the world isn't really coming to an end on December 21, 2012. For us, it's just a reason to throw a kick ass party. Well, Nasa is so sure the world will still be around on December 22 that they made a video with many reasons why.