Category Archives: Videos

ISS Assembly!

This is so cool. It’s the assembly of the International Space Station up until today, and the soon to come additions. Awesomeness! (In the true sense of the word :) )

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Shuttle Discovery On Its Final Voyage

I watched the final launch of Discovery live last week at work with a couple friends. Here are three videos to celebrate. Two are previous discovery launches: August 2009 (an excellent night launch official video by NASA) and April 5, … Continue reading

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Eclipse Recap

Did you miss the total Lunar Eclipse on the Winter Solstice in 2010? Well here’s the first half of it compressed into 1.5 minutes: I’d like to note that while this occurred on the day of the solstice, it was … Continue reading

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Do the Shuttle Crawl!

This made me smile, a lot. I didn’t realize the entire launch pad was moved, not just the shuttle and engines! “Slow and Steady”, the Shuttle Crawls to Launch Pad: Too bad this is it’s last mission, and the second … Continue reading

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Yeah, This Is Awesome DIY

Father and son film outer space, do-it-yourself style The video of this camera’s trip is Very Cool, and thinking on how they did it all and what they got for it is AWESOME! I’m putting in all links this video … Continue reading

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Hubble Gotchu!

While long (15-ish minutes), this video is a nice summary look back over the Hubble telescope’s 20 years. Oh, and it’s narrated by Brent Spiner. ;)   What got me to that video? Well, via NASA on Facebook, I just … Continue reading

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