This is a video of Captain Picard performing a song and dance on the Enterprise bridge as a tribute to Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry. Apparently the clip was shot as a surprise for Roddenberry back in 1991, and appeared as a bonus scene in the Season 5 DVD set.
Note: If you search for NASA DART on Google you get an Easter Egg. NASA successfully smacked an asteroid with a spacecraft traveling at 14,000 MPH in an attempt to alter its trajectory in a first-ever test of planetary defense, should an asteroid ever be discovered that’s on a collision
Tired of Saturn hogging all the ringed glory, Neptune recently showed off its own rings and moons for the James Webb Space Telescope, presumably hoping to score the centerfold in NASA’s monthly space erotica magazine Planetboy. Being able to see the icy giant’s moons was certainly cool, but, admittedly, its
Because where better to look for fresh beats than beyond our own corner of the galaxy, NASA has released ‘Black Hole Remix’, audio from a distant galaxy cluster. Or possibly just the sound of a billion UFOs chugging along in the space in-between. Either way, it beats whatever I just
Hot off the press from NASA come these incredible images of the Cartwheel Galaxy, an absolute stunner of a galaxy some 500 million light years from earth. I remember the last time I attempted a cartwheel my shirt rode up and everyone laughed at my belly. Not cool. The galaxy
To honor the late, great Nichelle Nichols (Lieutenant Uhura on the original Star Trek series), this is a 1977 government produced NASA film featuring the star recruiting astronauts for upcoming Space Shuttle Enterprise missions. Did you know the shuttle was named after the Star Trek ship thanks at least in
Because we deserve exactly what the dinosaurs got, here are a couple doorbell cam videos of a beautiful meteor streaking across the Texas sky. You know, I’ve streaked across Texas myself before. Honestly I can’t recommend it — crazy hot, penis got super sunburnt.
This is a video created by Youtuber thebhp featuring a zoom-and-enhance into the Southern Ring Nebula (NGC 3132, in the constellation Vela) using recent imagery captured by the James Webb Space Telescope. How about that! I felt like I was there. I’m not there though, I’m 2,000 light years away,