True story.

True story.

A spaceship flew 4 billion miles and hooked up with a comet. It took pics and everything. Also, these 2 dudes are sort of hilarious. You should really watch.

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Earth As Seen From Apollo 4 in November 1967 

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Stephen Hawking does the ice bucket challenge. But one does not dump ice water over that kind of brilliance, heavens no! When you’re that big a deal (and that susceptible to infection) you delegate. That’s what families are for, right?  :-)

Tags: space NASA

From Playboy. Hell yeah.

From Playboy. Hell yeah.

humanoidhistory:

Anna Lee Fisher, the first mother in space. Pictured here in 1979 when she was selected by NASA as a candidate for space travel, Fisher is currently the oldest active American astronaut. (NASA/DoD)

humanoidhistory:

Anna Lee Fisher, the first mother in space. Pictured here in 1979 when she was selected by NASA as a candidate for space travel, Fisher is currently the oldest active American astronaut. (NASA/DoD)

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"Don’t sit this one out. Do something. You are by accident of fate alive at an absolutely critical moment in the history of our planet."

Carl Sagan

(Source: whats-out-there, via scienceandscifi)

It’s F-bomb Friday, folks!

It’s F-bomb Friday, folks!

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Whatever the ideological and cultural differences, the nations of the world must work together; otherwise there will be no solution to greenhouse warming and the other global environmental problems.

We are all in this greenhouse together.

"

Carl Sagan, Billions and Billions (via whats-out-there)

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