Japanese artist sends bonsai tree on trip around the worldRead this topic >
Astronaut Plays Around With Colorful Liquid In Space
It's not all work and no play in the International Space Station as this video of an astronaut playing around with some colorful liquid shows.
Go full screen and the highest resolution you can to get the best effect.
NASA Shares The Entire Project Apollo Archives
NASA has thrown just about every photo taking during the Apollo space missions, from number 7 till numer 17, online for us all to marvel at.
So, if you are into technological advancements, space explorations and all things cool you will love what NASA has done.
Below you'll find just a small selection of what NASA has on offer for hours of fun browsing.
For the full gallery click here.
Is There Life On Mars?
It's not quite as big as the moonlandings, but the NASA news today made every sci-fi fan live on with the dream that there could, potentially, be life on mars.
NASA has published a study saying that they have found evidence of moving water on Mars and that is pretty big news.
The Solar System Built To Scale
On a dry lakebed in Nevada, a group of friends build the first scale model of the solar system with complete planetary orbits: a true illustration of our place in the universe.
This is simply an amazing project.
GoPro Falling Back to Earth
A GoPro inside a fairing from a recent Falcon 9 flight captured some spectacular views as it fell back to Earth.Read this topic >
Breathtaking NASA Astronauts Spacewalk with GoPro video
NASA has released two hours of a head-spinning GoPro video featuring two spacewalking astronauts on a maintenance mission at the International Space Station, as well as some stunning views of Earth floating by. The footage was taken by Expedition 42 commander Barry Wilmore and flight engineer Terry Virts on February 25 and March 1.Read this topic >
Mind Blown: NASA Has Released The Largest Picture Ever Taken
On January 5, NASA released an image of the Andromeda galaxy, our closest galactic neighbour, captured by the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope. The full image is made up of 411 Hubble images, takes you through a 100 million stars and travels over more than 40,000 light years. Prepare to feel extremely tiny!Read this topic >