The first step to making spacebabies is to know if we can actually do it.
It’s the longest Russian spacewalk and the fifth-longest spacewalk in human spaceflight history.
It would cost around $100 million a pop, though.
The astronaut apologized for the ‘fake news’.
You can watch it live here.
Time to dust off that old Skyrim dvd.
Nature, being ridiculously cool since forever.
Seeds — the tiny bunkers of life.
More like robocute, am I right?
“A laugh star floating in space, above all our heads, is my attempt to create a contemporary metaphor for the hanging ‘Sword of Damocles,’ a reminder that the beauty of human life is so fragile.”
Nobody was hurt and no one is starving but it’s never fun when this happens.
One skilled photographer shows what coming to Earth feels like.
Lettuce have a feast, then!
Astronauts will be installing a new module on the ISS for space taxis.
British astronaut Tim Peake ran the London Marathon on a treadmill aboard the International Space Station.
Today is homecoming day for a record-setting crew. Three Expedition 46 crew members from the International Space Station are finishing packing the Soyuz TMA-18M spacecraft for the ride home today, ending their record-setting mission. In November 2012, NASA, the Russian Federal Space Agency (Roscosmos), and their international partners selected two veteran spacefarers for a one-year mission aboard the International Space Station
Astronaut Scott Kelly (seen in pic) and his colleagues stationed on the International Space Station now have a new Sidekick. The project is a collaboration between NASA and Microsoft aimed to help with astronaut duties, like repairs, experiments or space walks, using an out of this world augment reality device called the HoloLens.
This bright orange zinnia was grown in the Vegetable Production System (also known as the gloriously puny “Veggie”), a deployable unit built to sustain a range of crops including lettuce — the first space-grown crop that the ISS taste-tested in August.
Many of you reading this hope to one day be able to explore outer space; the thrill of discovery, entwined with the peace and solitude that only the silent void can provide. It’s awesome stuff, I’m completely on board. But as it usually goes, great adventures come with great sacrifices.
SpaceVR started a Kickstarter campaign today with the goal of sending a 3D, 360-degree camera to the ISS. This camera will collect footage that you can then view in virtual reality goggles. Space-views from the comfort of your home? Yes please!