Prepare to have your socks blown off! To promote the new Angry Birds: Space game, developer Rovio has only managed to get an ACTUAL NASA astronaut, ACTUALLY in space, to announce the game’s launch. From 242.5 miles above the earth’s surface, aboard the International Space Station, astronaut Don Pettit explains the physics behind the game, using a plush Red Bird and an orbital slingshot.

Prepare to have your socks blown off! To promote the new Angry Birds: Space game, developer Rovio has only managed to get an ACTUAL NASA astronaut, ACTUALLY in space, to announce the game’s launch. From 242.5 miles above the earth’s surface, aboard the International Space Station, astronaut Don Pettit explains the physics behind the game, using a plush Red Bird and an orbital slingshot.

La nuova fotocamera ecosostenibile di Ikea. In cartone.  The new KNÄPPA, IKEA's cardboard camera.

La nuova fotocamera ecosostenibile di Ikea. In cartone. The new KNÄPPA, IKEA's cardboard camera.

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Rovio elige al productor de ‘Mi Villano Favorito’ para película de Angry Birds

Rovio elige al productor de ‘Mi Villano Favorito’ para película de Angry Birds

It is hard to take much notice of awards but the Appys are different this is because although the nominations are voted on by industry experts, but most of the winners are voted on th…

Romanian teenager Raul Oaida engaged the help of Melburnian entrepreneur Stever Sammatino to put together a 'mini project' to remind others that "we're in an age now where we can do cool things just because they're cool, that need no financial reasons".    So a space shuttle, attached with a helium-filled balloon, a GPS and video camera was launched successfully into space, as a tribute to the end of the space shuttle era. All these captured in a video we think is very inspiring to watch.

Lego Space Shuttle Nearly Reaches Space [VIDEO]

Romanian teenager Raul Oaida engaged the help of Melburnian entrepreneur Stever Sammatino to put together a 'mini project' to remind others that "we're in an age now where we can do cool things just because they're cool, that need no financial reasons". So a space shuttle, attached with a helium-filled balloon, a GPS and video camera was launched successfully into space, as a tribute to the end of the space shuttle era. All these captured in a video we think is very inspiring to watch.

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