Cool contest incorporating the arts into STEM! The Humans in Space Art Challenge is asking you to use your artistic creativity to explain why Space, Science, and Technology matter! --Contest deadline November 15, 2014. #STEAM #NASA #HISAChallenge #spaceart
"Fascinating: living in the most complex machine that mankind has built - ever." Astronaut Alexander Gerst, from the International Space Station
View from the outside in. The robotic arm camera records a #SpaceVine of the exterior of the Cupola on the International Space Station.
How is someone served coffee in bed on the International Space Station? Find out in this #SpaceVine from astronaut Reid Wiseman.
"I don't know what it is or what it wants, but it keeps repeating "Sloof Lirpa" over and over. Alert the press." April Fool's Day on the International Space Station!
Space Station spotting party! - It REALLY is incredible to see, right from your own yard. As the third brightest object in the sky, after the sun and moon, the space station is easy to see if you know where and when to look for it." NASA’s Spot the Station service sends you an email or text message a few hours before the space station passes over your house. TREAT YOUR KIDS BY TAKING THEM OUTSIDE TO SEE THIS!
"Moonlight cruise over the Pacific at 28,000kph" Astronaut Reid Wiseman shows us a fantastic time-lapsed view of Earth from the Cupola of the International Space Station.
1st Vine from space! Astronaut Reid Wiseman took this video from the International Space Station. It shows a single Earth orbit (would be about 90 minutes real time). The space station's orbit was parallel to the terminator, in which case the sun never sets. June 5, 2014.
Thank you Don Pettit for the privilege of sharing your window on the International Space Station. And, with our deep gratitude for being such a caring community, we wish all of you – our fellow passengers on Spaceship Earth - a happy 2014. Peace on Earth, and see you next year! Space Station, Window View, Intern Space, Windows, Iss Window, Astronomi, Internet Thing
Thank you Don Pettit for the privilege of sharing your window on the International Space Station. And, with our deep gratitude for being such a caring community, we wish all of you – our fellow passengers on Spaceship Earth - a happy 2014. Peace on Earth, and see you next year!
Astronauts Rick Mastracchio and Mike Hopkins exit the Airlock of ISS during darkness at the beginning of a spacewalk to repair the station's cooling system. December 2013.
My view out the window in our Soyuz vehicle as we backed away from one docking port of ISS to fly to another. Taken November 1, 2013. KN from space.
Casting shadows. The Russian Progress cargo vehicle on #ISS solar arrays at dusk. Taken November 1, 2013. KN from space.
The moon rising as the sun sets. With Cygnus, our cargo vehicle that will depart ISS next week. Taken October 19, 2013. KN from space.
Living With Kids: Karen Nyberg on being away from home while living on the International Space Station. From Design Mom.