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gusgrissom: Happy birthday to naval aviator an…

gusgrissom:

Happy birthday to naval aviator and legendary NASA astronaut Capt. John W. Young (born September 24, 1930), who turns 87 today!

“Daring and courage? I hope you don’t need any daring and courage because I don’t have any of that.”

FIRST MAN (2018) SPOILERS

He lands on the moon.

kathrynerbearchive: Characters per episode – …

kathrynerbearchive:

Characters per episode – Alex Eames & Bobby Goren in “One” (2001)
A: Men come and go, but diamonds…
B: Diamonds don’t keep you warm at night.

onepoliceplaza: Great, the Goren Show’s back i…

onepoliceplaza:

Great, the Goren Show’s back in town.

gusgrissom: Happy birthday Neil Armstrong (Au…

gusgrissom:

Happy birthday Neil Armstrong (August 5, 1930 – August 25, 2012), pictured here celebrating his 39th birthday shortly after becoming the first human to walk on the moon during Apollo 11.

“As long as there are history books, Neil Armstrong will be included in them, remembered for taking humankind’s first small step on a world beyond our own… Neil carried himself with a grace and humility that was an example to us all. When President Kennedy challenged the nation to send a human to the Moon, Neil Armstrong accepted without reservation. As we enter this next era of space exploration, we do so standing on the shoulders of Neil Armstrong.” -NASA Administrator Charles Bolden

everydaylouie: happy bday curiosity, hope you…

everydaylouie:

happy bday curiosity, hope you’re having a good time up there

good-and-colorful: itsagifnotagif: shtrawbeb…

good-and-colorful:

itsagifnotagif:

shtrawbebby:

itsagifnotagif:

Y am I crying in the club rn?

they made it stop singing to itself because they decided it had no scientific purpose and only served us and not the research which is really mean. we should sing happy birthday into the sky for the lil rover 🙁

NOOOOO

Regular

astronauticalaspirations:

guidanceofficer:

selantalksaboutspace:

onyx-swordsman replied to your post: “It’s Curiosity’s birthday! :D”:

I thought they were, like, cat sized

size reference

How is this such a common misconception? I’ve had this exact same question asked to me by campers at work. Is it because of Sojourner’s brief cameo in The Martian?

I literally know that they’re car-sized, and yet my brain always starts by assuming that they’re all Sojourner’s size before I manually scale up the image.

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Shuttle test pilot Bob Crippen’s advice for NA…

Shuttle test pilot Bob Crippen’s advice for NASA’s commercial crews | collectSPACE:

11 AM EDT today!!