Posts Tagged ‘nasa’

Incredible Images of our Amazing Star: 5 Years & 2,600 Terabytes

Incredible Images of our Amazing Star: 5 Years & 2,600 Terabytes

By Ben | science, space

NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) is celebrating its fifth year of continuously observing the Sun. [&hellip

Animation: Pollution is never a local issue

Animation: Pollution is never a local issue

By Ben | environment, maps, science, weather

[Researchers] found that pollution from China affects cloud development in the North Pacific and strengthens [&hellip

Saturn is Beautiful.

Saturn is Beautiful.

By Ben | photography, science, space

Holy Saturn, Batman! In perhaps one of the most beauteous pictures ever, this image was [&hellip

The Pale Blue Dot: The 2013 Cassini Edition

The Pale Blue Dot: The 2013 Cassini Edition

By Ben | photography, space

On July 19, 2013, NASA's Cassini spacecraft took images "using the red, green, and blue [&hellip

Wringing out Water from a Washcloth in Zero G

Wringing out Water from a Washcloth in Zero G

By Ben | science, space

My initial thoughts on what would happen were pretty wrong- though once I saw the [&hellip

The NorthEastern United States at Night

The NorthEastern United States at Night

By Ben | photography, space

  by ISS Expedition 30, NASA via 

Sitting Ringside with Rhea

Sitting Ringside with Rhea

By Ben | space

  Taken by the Cassini spacecraft in April 2011, the Saturnian moon Rhea sits on [&hellip

Spacebat: A Tribute

Spacebat: A Tribute

By Ben | animals, inspirational, internet culture, space

by Diego Camarotta, via

Exoplanets Are As Plentiful As Weeds

Exoplanets Are As Plentiful As Weeds

By Ben | infographics, science, space

"NASA's Kepler mission has already found more than 100 planets, along with strong hints of [&hellip

Mars Curiosity takes its Profile Pic

Mars Curiosity takes its Profile Pic

By Ben | science, space

This is totally Curiosity's version of the duck face. APOD: 2013 February 22 - Curiosity [&hellip

Why the World Didn't End Yesterday

Why the World Didn't End Yesterday

By Ben | science

by NASA on YouTube

Neil Armstrong narrowly avoids death. Returns quietly to his desk to do paperwork.

Neil Armstrong narrowly avoids death. Returns quietly to his desk to do paperwork.

By Ben | amazing tales, history, science

from the Smithsonian Air & Space Magazine via Boing Boing "In his Armstrong biography First [&hellip

Keep Calm & Land on Mars

Keep Calm & Land on Mars

By Ben | pop culture, science, space

via blog.makezine.org

Evolution of the Moon

Evolution of the Moon

By Ben | Uncategorized

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NASA Releases Updated Video Showing Temperatures Since 1880

NASA Releases Updated Video Showing Temperatures Since 1880

By Ben | Uncategorized

via ecogeek.org "Red in the video represents temperatures higher than the average during the 1950 [&hellip

Seeing Equinoxes and Solstices from Space

Seeing Equinoxes and Solstices from Space

By Ben | Uncategorized

via earthobservatory.nasa.gov Even more impressive: The animation. seasons_msg_2010-11_med.mov Watch on Posterous &nbsp

Shuttle leaves space station for last time

Shuttle leaves space station for last time

By Ben | Uncategorized

via boingboing.net

NASA - The Frontier Is Everywhere

NASA - The Frontier Is Everywhere

By Ben | Uncategorized

via youtube.com Worth all 192 seconds. From the video's description: " got frustrated with NASA [&hellip

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