NASA Releases Historical Sounds as iPhone... →
postcardsfromspace: From the original article: NASA has released a collection of free sound files from its historical archives for use by space buffs as ringtones. The set includes sound clips from historic Apollo and Mercury missions, Sputnik’s “beep beep beep”, shuttle launch audio and more: - Apollo 13’s John “Jack” Swigert commenting “Houston, we have a problem” - Crackle of the...
Milky Way above the Himalayas
the himalayas, where earth meets the heavens. thanks for the submission, aldo. :] hey emily, is this what it looks like at night?!
Anonymous asked: Is this the greatest blog in the universe?
center of the universe - built to spill happy...
spirit-simulation-deactivated20 asked: lookin forward to seeing you on the fox is black :]
Anonymous asked: This is not a question but this blog is frackin amazing.
thefoxisblack- spacesuit of the week →
heyo tumblovers! im now contributing to thefoxisblack’s spacesuit of the week! take a peek! xoxo, alana.
sethotron asked: amazing blog! (just found you thru thefoxisblack :) did you see the twin sun planet yet?! (won't let me post links) so awesome.
Look well to this day, for it is life, the very life of life. In it lies all the realities and verities of existence: the bliss of growth, the glory of action, splendor of beauty. For yesterday is but a dream, and tomorrow only a vision. But today well lived makes every yesterday a dream of happiness and every tomorrow a vision of hope. Look well, therefore, to this day, for it and it alone is...
Kepler: Invisible World Discovered →
“NASA’s Kepler spacecraft has spotted a planet that alternately runs late and early in its orbit because a second, “invisible” world is tugging on it. This is the first definite detection of a previously unknown planet using this method. No other technique could have found the unseen companion.” RUNNING LATE IS A UNIVERSAL PHENOMENON.