The Apollo 13 Booster Impact Experiment - with Newly-Discovered Audio
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Hazes floating above Jupiter cloud tops. Photo taken by Juno
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The volcanic moon Io and its shadow cast on Jupiter. © John Spencer (Lowell Observatory) and NASA [Xpost from r/cosmicporn]
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NASA F-8 Fly-By-Wire
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With 3 hours left of creative Sunday here is something I through together
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Sun Rising on the Final Shuttle Mission [4256x2832]
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The damage on an Atlantis nose cap caused by a piece of foam falling from the external tank. NASA replaced the nose cap after the mission
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Halley's Comet as photographed May 8, 1910
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I was given these patches by my dad, and they were given to my grandfather by Deke Slayton. Could I get some more information about them?
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A very timely gift from my brother. The NASA Graphics Standards Manual featuring the Worm.
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The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket that will launch the Crew Dragon spacecraft, with NASA astronauts aboard
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Mars rovers
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The Space Shuttle Discovery's orbital maneuvering system (OMS) engine firing produced this dramatic flare as it cruised "upside down" in low Earth orbit
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Mars’ Whirling Dust Devil
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I've recently been using Eyes On Exoplanets (A NASA website) a lot! It's really fun! you can just tap a random star and then look at the exoplanet compared to Earth or Jupiter and then you could learn about it on Wikipedia! You all should try it out!
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Infrared "fingerprint" of Hubei, China via NASA/NOAA satellite
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One of the coolest videos I've seen. Guys talking about slow motion cams on the rigs during shuttle launches.
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A family photograph left on the surface of the moon by one of the Apollo 16 astronauts in April 1972 - NASA photo
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Practicing taking samples of lunar material to bring back to Earth
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I've submitted my application to be an astronaut!!! :D Anyone else?
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SPEAR Probe - An Ultra Lightweight Nuclear Electric Propulsion Probe for Deep Space Exploration
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A picture my dad took of Apollo11 while serving his country aboard the U.S.S. Hornet.
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Stunning photo - March 23,1965 launch of first crewed gemini flight
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Central Park, NYC crowd watching Apollo 11 lunar landing, July 20, 1969 [3048x1925]
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This took a lot longer than I’m willing to admit
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Slightly bigger than a boulder [CG]
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While interning at JPL last December I shot this time lapse of Mars2020 (now Perseverance) being moved for final testing before transport to KSC. Enjoy
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Feeling pretty insignificant standing next to the 5 J-2 engines from the Saturn V rocket @ Johnson Space Center
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Didn’t realize how emotional it would be seeing this monster up close.
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Thought I would just leave this here
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