It seems like this past year, we've been the recipients of beautiful pictures from NASA of outer space. In the latest, A NASA camera aboard the Deep Space Climate Observatory (DSCOVR) satellite captured a unique view of the moon as it moved in front of the sunlit side of Earth last month.
It's not every day that we see a total solar eclipse and for the first time since November 2013, the moon will make a pass at the sun causing it to block out some of the light. This classic image, while erie, is a sight to see. It's going to be happening on March 20th at approximately 4 a.…
NASA cameras were pointing up to the night sky when the Allegheny Observatory captured an image of a 45,000-mile-an hour-meteor creating a massive fireball in the skies over New York, Ohio, and Pennsylvania.
Can you imagine taking a 5 day vacation to space? The Russians will soon make this dream come true. A company called Orbital Technologies is developing a commercial space station set to launch in 2016 as a hotel getaway.
From the folks who brought you the first beer in space (us, recently), comes "The First Hamburger In Space". These Harvard students (apparently bored enough to try this) put an on-board camera on the flight to record a burger's-eye view of earth from space.