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  • Is a UFO monitoring astronauts during ISS space walk?
    Is a UFO monitoring astronauts during ISS space walk?
    On October 7, the live camera feed from the International Space Station (ISS) captured video of a UFO near by astronauts during a spacewalk. In a Youtube video uploaded today by NASA of the spacewalk, an unknown craft is clearly visible as one of...
  • NASA Flight Engineer Reid Wiseman
    NASA Expedition 40: This isn't your typical food delivery address
    Planet Earth food deliveries arrive in passenger cars and trucks to the average American home, and there isn't usually too much concern about how many bags of food can fit in the vehicle. But getting groceries to the International Space...
  • Coming in Russia: A special tour for space fans
    Coming in Russia: A special tour for space fans
    Attention all rocket persons: Here’s your chance to get a first-hand look at a once-secret cosmonaut training center in Russia, take a simulated Zero-G ride through space, enjoy a VIP seat at an actual rocket launch and then watch it dock...
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    Cosmonaut Alexei Leonov
    Alexei Leonov (1934–Present) was the first human to walk in space, on 18 March 1965. His extra-vehicular activity (EVA) was conducted from the Soviet spacecraft, Voskhod 2. A decade later Leonov was part of the first joint-nation space...
  • Z-2 Spacesuit
    Extreme Makeover: Astronaut Edition - NASA's futuristic new spacesuit designs
    If you’ve ever wondered what the latest fashion trends are for NASA astronauts, then here is your answer. For the first time in nearly 30 years, spacesuits for American astronauts are being given a complete makeover for the 21st century, as...
  • Soyouz goes into space
    Going to space can make astronaut’s brain spacey
    New research from Johns Hopkins indicates that long-term deep space missions can mess with astronauts on a physiological level.Specifically, the research finds that brain protein can be altered and reaction times lowered by the aforementioned-type...
  • International Space Station
    US Cargo supply mission wraps up first trip to International Space Station
    The lure of space travel, visiting far away planets, and zipping across the universe a la the Starship Enterprise has always attracted humans. Current technology is nowhere near those feats, but research is moving along in many areas of science...
  • Future astronauts on the moon
    Journalism professor compares NASA to a Panda, cute but in danger of extinction
    A journalism professor named Charles Seife posted a February 5, 2014 article in Slate in which he compared NASA to a Panda, loveable but flirting with extinction. The article suggests that the space agency has lacked a real purpose since the...
  • Mars One
    Support a permanent human settlement on Mars
    Have you always wanted to travel in space? Did you dream of being an astronaut as a kid? Well, now you have a chance to bring that reality a little closer by participating in Mars One, the First Private Mars Mission in 2018. Move over, little...
  • Moon
    Global travel to the moon and space are only just beginning
    It was July 16, 1969 and it took three courageous United States astronauts and a department called NASA to achieve moon landing a spacecraft. After multiple attempts a successful launch from Kennedy Space Center in Florida achieved the goal which...
  • Mars from the Hubble space telescope
    Mars Curiosity radiation measurements has implications for human explorers
    NASA announced on December 9, 2013 some new data about the Martian surface returned by the Mars Curiosity rover. Besides information about the possibilities of life billions of years ago, the rover was able to calculate the amount of radiation...
  • Angry Bird at Kennedy Space Center
    Thor's Hammer goes into space
    By Bob & Sandy NesoffIt’s not often that the average person gets to hold an ancient artifact more than 100,000 years old. But then Astronaut Tom Jones is no average person.Young and good looking, Jones could have played a movie astronaut...
  • Senator Ted Cruz
    Spoiler: Bill Maher says Ted Cruz liked watching astronauts die in 'Gravity'
    According to an October 6, 2013 post on Twitchy, the site that tracks important things being discussed on twitter, the HBO political commentator Bill Maher used the popular film “Gravity” to attack Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas. Some spoilers...
  • 'Gravity' official movie poster
    Gravity’ is one of the most spectacular films to ever grace a movie theater
    It has taken Oscar® nominated Director Alfonso Cuarón (‘Children of Men’) four and half years to create the motion picture ‘Gravity’. The result is a remarkable labor of love. Many movies promise an experience in the...
  • Famed astronaut joins The Children's Museum of Indianapolis
    Famed astronaut joins The Children's Museum of Indianapolis
    The world’s largest children’s museum now has its own Extraordinary Scientist-in-Residence and an exciting new partnership with Purdue University to create out-of-this-world programs.Former astronaut Dr. David Wolf will be bringing the...