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G.A.B.I.E.: La NASA confirma que su propulsor futurístico romp...

The bright sun greets the International Space Station in this Nov. 22 scene from the Russian section of the orbital outpost, photographed by one of the crew members.

The First Human To Break The Speed Of Sound In A Free Fall...Felix-Baumgartner  ....And he's FINE too!

The First Human To Break The Speed Of Sound In A Freefall

Felix Baumgartner jumps to earth from the edge of space. I watched every delay etc. and watched him do it. Was amazing!

Five scientific breakthroughs we've learned from the International Space Station

Five scientific breakthroughs we've learned from the International Space Station

Floating just below the International Space Station, astronaut Nicholas Patrick adds the final finishing touches to the newly installed space windows hovering about 340 kilometers over the earth’s surface.

The Golden Age of NASA Infographic

The Golden Age of NASA Infographic shared by Dec 2014 in Science Every US space mission from Mercury to Apollo-Soyuz with astronauts color-coded by selection group.

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APOD: 2011 January 31 - Japan's Supply Ship Approaches the Space Station

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After the film Gravity wins 7 Oscars at the Accademy Awards ceremony Nasa release a set of real-life images from space

What the End of the Universe Can Teach Us About Dying - As the universe expands it will cool, & once dying stars use up all the hydrogen in the universe, it will be emptied of “normal” matter like atoms & radiation. The energy of the universe will be dominated by this dark energy — so the expansion of the universe will continue to accelerate, with the distance between objects getting further & further apart. The universe, then, will end not with a bang, but an exquisite arabesque, a cold...

What the End of the Universe Can Teach Us About Dying

A diagram showing a timeline of the formation of the Universe from the Big Bang ± billion years ago through the "Dark Ages", formation of the earliest galaxies and stars, and the dark-energy dominated era.

En l’honneur de Gravity, la NASA nous montre l’espace, le vrai

Astronaut Sunita L. Williams, Expedition 14 flight engineer, used a pistol grip tool as she worked on the International Space Station in the first of three spacewalks slated to occur over a nine-day period. The spacewalk took place on Jan.

Kennedy Space Center ~ Cape Canaveral ~ Florida

A nearly full Moon sets as the space shuttle Discovery sits atop Launch pad at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, Wednesday, March Photo Credit: (NASA/Bill Ingalls)

Hubble

The Hubble Space Telescope in a picture snapped by a Servicing Mission 4 crewmember just after the Space Shuttle Atlantis captured Hubble with its robotic arm on May 13 2009 beginning the mission to upgrade and repair the telescope x

What the Night Sky Would Look Like If the Other Planets Were as Close as the Moon - It's not always easy to imagine just how big the other planets are. Here, a space artist's thought experiment turns into a lesson in Earth's relative size. | The Atlantic

What the Night Sky Would Look Like If the Other Planets Were as Close as the Moon

Felix Baumgartner jumps from 71,580 feet. WOW

Free Fall From Space

Pilot Felix Baumgartner of Austria is seen before his jump during the first manned test flight for Red Bull Stratos on March 2012 in Roswell, New Mexico. In this test he reach the altitude 21800 meters ft) and landed safely near Roswell

Planète mercure

Mercury’s Caloris Basin in enhanced colors, showing different materials on the surface. The Caloris Basin is a huge impact site at the equator that created a wave that made it a mountain ridge 180 degrees on the other side.

La constellation de la Grande Ourse est le foyer de Messier 101, l'une des plus grandes et des plus brillantes galaxies dont les bras spiraux ne sont visibles qu'avec de grands télescopes. Comme la Voie Lactée, Messier 101 n'est pas la seule galaxie spirale, avec de plus petites galaxies naines dans son voisinage.

An archetypal dwarf galaxy The constellation of Ursa Major (The Great Bear) is home to Messier the Pinwheel Galaxy. One of the biggest and brightest spiral galaxies in the night sky, Messier 101 is also the subject of one of Hubble's most famous images

Awesome space stations

“The Stanford Torus would have paired an overhead mirror with mirrors on the colony’s inner ring to pull sunlight into the inhabited outer ring. And by rotating constantly, the colony would create artificial gravity for those inside it.