The Atlantic has a big story on a new deadline to revive the Opportunity rover on Mars:
NASA astronaut Ricky Arnold photographed Hurricane Lane, a category 4 storm that is threatening Hawaii, from the International Space Station on August 22.
Dropped the boy off at Space Camp this afternoon and got to spend some time with the Saturn V, Apollo Command Module Casper (Apollo 16) and the F-1 engine at the US Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville. Turns out the F-1 was intended to be used, but was damaged in a fire and never went back into circulation. The…
A man, a moon, a spaceship and a car. The best things in life take sacrifice and hard work.
The president the Japanese startup Interstellar Technologies said he believes there was a glitch in the main engine. Ya think?
The Aerojet Rocketdyne RL10 has been in service since 1962. It’s served as a upper stage engine for a number of traditional unmanned boosters and was part of the Apollo, Shuttle and SLS programs. It’s done just about everything.
Today’s Astronomy Picture of the Day. Description after the jump.
Very interesting twitter thread about Alan Bean, artist and Apollo astronaut who passed away yesterday.
Very interesting Twitter thread on what happens to Russian boosters after launches out of Biakonur
SpaceX is trying, again, to launch their first Block V Falcon 9.
Made me smile and want to pull my telescope out of the attic.
I don’t think I’ve ever been so mesmerized by a still image.
Time-lapse photos of Earth taken from the International Space Station and stitched together into a short video. The ISS circles the Earth once every 90 minutes. Keep your eyes open for recognizable features such as the northern lights, Florida, Italy, and the Nile River.
The Soyuz MS-06 spacecraft is seen as it lands with Expedition 54 crew members Joe Acaba and Mark Vande Hei of NASA and cosmonaut Alexander Misurkin near the town of Zhezkazgan, Kazakhstan on Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2018 (February 27 Eastern time.) Acaba, Vande Hei, and Misurkin are returning after 168 days in space where…
Hey, I found a Super Sabre! You should be following #stateofnasa on Twitter and Instagram today. Cool stuff happening! Im at Edwards Air Force Base.
300 mph water impacts are bad for rockets, per Tech Crunch. But that’s the launch contractor’s problem.
Kind of a mind-blower to realize that this event happened when dinosaurs walked the Earth, but its light and sound is only now reaching us.
No, this isn’t an Onion headline. SpaceX needed a payload for a test launch of its huge Falcon Heavy rocket, so Elon Musk thought that it would be neat to blast one of his cars into space.