Category Archives: Space
Half a century after Apollo 11, Scientific American remembers how we achieved the impossible and why we need to do it again….. https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/one-small-step-back-in-time/ Don’t miss the article links at the bottom of the page. This isn’t just one story but … Continue reading
From Daily Overview Mar 5, 2018… Earth and the moon, separated by 249,000 miles (400,000 km). Sometimes it takes an image like this to really keep things in perspective. This photograph was captured by NASA’s OSIRIS-REx spacecraft on September 22, 2017 … Continue reading
And here is a TED video on how it was done…..
A friend put this on his facebook page and I had to share it here….it happened years ago but today was the first day I ever saw this disaster of a launch!
Just saw a story on the new Apollo 11 documentary out today. They dug into the NASA archives for never before seen footage shot it large format film (so it looks like HD). I’ve got to see this…I hope it … Continue reading