SLS Core Stage Vertical At Stennis
/r/nasaAnother edition to my shelf! This is the Saturn V rocket, which was used to launch Apollo missions 10 through 17, including the Lunar Landing.
/r/nasaFun fact: you could drive a bus down the stripes of the flag
/r/nasaWent to Kennedy space center for my birthday and got to this beautiful rocket. (Sorry for bad angle it’s too big)
/r/nasaX-2 drop from B-50 mothership. More information in the comments.
/r/nasaAn Introduction to the James Webb Space Telescope Mission
/r/nasaArtemis I Launch [OC]
/r/nasaNASA's Spitzer Space Telescope (Mission Overview)
/r/nasaAny one have any info on this lil guy I gained. I dig it tho
/r/nasaSTS 107 memorial Day 3: Michael Anderson and IIan Ramon look over columbia before STS-107
/r/nasaNASA Parker Solar Probe footage of Earth swimming in a sea of stars amidst the Milky Way
/r/nasaDay 1 of my STS-107 memorial, here is pilot Willie McCool on-board Columbia during a launch rehearsal
/r/nasaEpisode 01: The Orbital Test Flight of Boeing’s Starliner
/r/nasaNASA's LoCD-iN Tech Improves GPS Accuracy up to 20x
/r/nasaJuno just dialled in this prospect of Jupiter
/r/nasaMy father was backpacking around Europe when the moon-landing was taking place and picked this up in Italy the day it happened. He's had it ever since!
/r/nasaFront page of an Italian paper my father picked up when he was backpacking around Europe back in the late '60's and has kept folded up ever since (and still unable to read a word of it!)
/r/nasaOpening up the vault and sharing autographed pics I have received throughout the years... Mechanical & electrical engineer, retired Air Force lieutenant colonel & pilot and former astronaut, 73 year old Terry Hart
/r/nasaI think this is one of the few places on the internet in where someone would be able to identify this violin song NASA uses in some videos. Help?
/r/nasaday 15. A split second after launch, one of the three X-15 rocket planes drops away from its pylon on the wing of the NB-52A. And btw some of you said they prefer 15 days instead of 31 and some say they prefer 31. So should I stop or should I continue? Or maybe X-1 instead? Or something else?
/r/nasaTomorrow is the 17th anniversary of the final launch of Columbia, as a memorial I thought I would highlight a significant event in the STS-107 mission everyday until February 1, here is a picture of Columbia on the pad being readied for her final mission
/r/nasaThis is Mars
/r/nasaEarth from Apollo 10
/r/nasaThese stamps 🌚 👨🚀
/r/nasaDay 14! A lot of amazing planes in one photo (X-15, F-18, SR-71, X-31, X-29)
/r/nasaISS Spacewalk live. Spacewalk to begin 6:50 am U.S. EST
/r/nasaAfternoon on Mars
/r/nasaLucy Mission Overview: Journey to Explore the Trojan Asteroids
/r/nasaWhat is the SLS Green Run Test? NASA's Space Launch System Green Run Test Explained
/r/nasaUsing NASA data from spacecraft I was able to make this app that lets you walk around the planets and moons of the solar system in augmented reality. Would you use an app like this?