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
Because why shouldn’t you order pizza off Etsy (I’ve been saying it for years!), Hawaii based seller HolomuaKitchenLLC is selling packages of ‘Da Cracka’ freeze-dried pepperoni pizza. $10 gets you a 3oz package, which probably contains more slices than you’d expect considering that shit is gonna be LIGHT. Some more
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,
In news that’s surely been highly anticipated by the alien hunting community, NASA has just revealed the first images from the James Webb Space Telescope, capable of capturing incredibly distant galaxies only visible in the infrared spectrum (you can read more about the select images HERE). How about that! So,
This is a video of Paul Stuart providing a fascinating and informative in-depth tour of the Space Shuttle Discovery, including what everybody REALLY wants to see: the interior, AKA where all the magic happens. Not unlike my bedroom. *wink* Honey, back me up. “He tries to impress me with his
Note: Video is not for the easily motion sick. This is a first person POV video from a projectile launched by SpinLaunch, an upstart company that aims (for the heavens!) to shoot small satellites and other space-bound equipment into the atmosphere using a giant centrifuge (aka suborbital mass accelerator). The