NASA break room problems are different than most. Taken today @ JSC.
Insight has landed! (dust cover on)
I always thought it was smaller.
A little something about the opportunity. No I'm not crying.
good boy is waiting for this day
NASA captures first image of Ultima Thule, the farthest world ever explored in history - 4 billion miles from Earth
This is the darkest timeline.
Mars now has a new Friend
Vehicle and Target
The loneliest photographer in the history of Humanity
The Dolphin on Jupiter
That morning when you board a spaceship to another world
NASA just quietly released an hitherto unknown photo of Earth taken by an Apollo astronaut on the way back home from the Moon
The James Webb Space Telescope would like to make a special shout-out to the coolest sub on reddit!
NASA astronaut having a break
50 years after going to the Moon for the first time
Earth from Apollo 11
Boyfriend proposed to me today in front of the Atlantis. The ring has meteorite in it! One of the coolest days ever.
The inside of a spacesuit.
I see all your fun NASA swag so here’s me in front of the VAB, in my flight suit, holding sparklers and a bald eagle while fireworks go off in the background
Me sitting 2 feet away from the 2nd man to walk on the moon (I'm the black guy)
Earth moving through a sea of stars
Banana for scale
Earth and Moon between the rings of Saturn
Perhaps the greatest timelapse ever taken. 4 years of an exploding star.
Happy 6th birthday curiosity
First ever image of Black Hole released by The Event Horizon Telescope
You left your mark on Mars and our hearts. Sweet dreams Opportunity.
This is not Wall.E
Isn't she lovely?
The Dolphin spotted on Jupiter by NASA's Juno spacecraft during a flyby conducted on 29th October 2018
Pebbles on Mars
This is Opportunity, signing off.
Katherine Johnson, one of the first women in the space program and one of the most important mathematicians in NASA at the time turns 100 today.
Me getting my NASA Aerospace Scholar certificate at Johnson Space Center!
The photo left on the Moon by Apollo 16 Astronaut Charlie Duke
Congrats to First Man for the Best Visual Effects Oscar last night.
Jupiter's Great Red Spot
This message from planet earth to alien life forms.
A new astronaut oil painting I made now floating in a collector's home.
Venus transiting the Sun
Wernher von Braun's office in Alabama (1965)
Earth receding from Apollo 17 on the way to the Moon
NASA Juno Spacecraft Jupiter Flyby (29th October 2018)
Lego Space Shuttle
Check out this wonderful plush Pluto
Photo of Earth taken by Apollo 12 Astronaut Alan Bean on the way back home from the Moon
International Space Station almost straight down view of eye of Florence
The original Apollo 17 Blue Marble photo of Earth
Colorized version of the first photo of Earth from the Moon taken by a human (AS08-13-2329)
Happy 88th birthday to Michael Collins! The forgotten astronaut of Apollo 11.
Visited the VAB and ended up with a new phone background. This building is indescribably huge.
The shadows of Apollo 12 astronauts Pete Conrad and Al Bean walking together on the Moon
The Abyss on Jupiter discovered by NASA's Juno spacecraft this Wednesday
Wheels on Mars
50 years ago, these three good dudes were about to embark on the most perilous mission ever attempted by humanity: Blasting off into deep space onboard a cranky rocket to leave Earth behind and make the first human voyage to the Moon
The crescent Earth seen by Apollo 12 astronauts on the way back home from landing on the Moon
Earth seen through Saturn’s rings
Earth from the surface of the Moon
Was reading up on the Apollo 13 astronauts the other day, had no idea this hero was laid to rest 10 minutes from my house. Went and paid my respects the next day.
Earthrise from Apollo 10
Apollo 7 launched 50 years ago today!
Everything is available here except for water.
Latest Flyby of Jupiter by NASA's Juno spacecraft
NASA’s Juno spacecraft just captured this view of Jupiter’s red spot
First distinguished image of Ultima Thule.
SO much FUN!!!
New 60th anniversary NASA graphic.
My favorite picture from my recent trip to KSC/Titusville. The Moon shining through the monument to the Apollo Missions in Space View Park
NASA space shuttle Atlantis is seen in silhouette during solar transit in May, 2009 - Picture by NASA/T. Legault [800x674]
The Sunset on Mars seen by NASA’s InSight lander last Sunday (full sequence)
My view at work today from lightning tower 3 at pad b
In 1995, the Mir space station was left unoccupied for a brief period so cosmonauts in a Soyuz capsule could take this picture of Atlantis. Meanwhile, the station's control computers shut down which forced the Soyuz crew to quickly come back to the station before it spun out of control. [1200x1221]
A visual history of every manned Apollo flight to the Moon.
Happy Fathers Day to all the dads who started our love of space and rockets!
Earth on 23rd May, 2019
Gravity is a wild thing
Today we honor the crew of Apollo 1, who were killed in a flash fire on this day 52 years ago. “We are in a risky business, and we hope that if anything happens to us, it will not delay the program. The conquest of space is worth the risk of life.” -Gus Grissom
SpaceX just landed all three boosters of the Falcon Heavy rocket for the first time.
Not opportunity but my Dad gave me this from when he worked on a part for the pathfinder mission.
No-one is above the law...not even NASA.
NASA’s Juno probe just sent back this spectacular view of Jupiter
this was a huge pain in the ass, but well worth it
Earth and Moon between Saturn's Rings
The ISS viewed from a telescope. God I love space!
InSight just captured a sunset on mars!
I presented my summer work on stellar flares with NASA last week!
On this day, May 5th 1961, Alan Shepard became the first American in space.
Lesser known Apollo 8 photo of Earthrise
Sunset on Mars
On this day, 33 years ago we lost the brave men and women on STS-51-L on the 10th flight of the challenger shuttle. These men and women helped pave the way for the level of space exploration we have achieved today, and what further exploration is to come.
Let us never forget those who we have lost in our noble quest to know our place in the universe on this the 16th anniversary of the Columbia Disaster.
Made a pixel art version of NASA’s insignia
My grandfather gave me his special edition LIFE magazine from 1969. Though this subreddit might enjoy it some
It doesnt matter how many pictures you've seen of this building, nothing compare to beimg in front of it for real
Saw the Apollo 11 capsule “Columbia” tonight
Sunrise on Mars, 15th February 2018
Earth seen through the Rings of Saturn by NASA's Cassini spacecraft
Foggy Rollout for Shuttle Challenger's First Mission
What the CPU looks like in a rocket (NASA space camp)
Viel Nebula. Image is using the full light spectrum
The first time humans saw Earth from the Moon 50 years ago
Last photo taken by Opportunity on sol 5111
There was a THICCBOI sighting at Ellington Field (Houston) today.
My teacher has an original 1969 newspaper for the moon landing
Saturn's Moon Mimas
So, I got to see a thing today.
Tracks on Mars
Earth as seen from Apollo 4
Earth from Apollo 17
Apollo 12 Lunar Module view of Earth from lunar orbit, November 1969
The last time humans left the Moon...for now
Astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti, on the International Space Station, wearing a Star Trek shirt and giving the Vulcan salutation
Jupiter's South Pole
Buzz Aldrins worn helmet and gloves from Apollo 11
Any love for Discovery
View of Earth from Apollo 13
Cassini looking across Saturn's North Pole
I met astronaut Jeffrey A. Hoffman today! One of the astronauts who repaired the Hubble!
This photo of Earth was taken by a human
This Photo Of Earth Was Taken By A Human
I miss my old desk. RIP Cassini.
NASA has simulated this photo of the surface of a habitable exoplanet that could be directly imaged by deploying a Solar Gravity Lens mission 548.7 AU away from our Sun
Earth seen beyond the rings of Saturn
Pretty cool tribute to the shuttle program at Disney’s Epcot.
NASA's image of the day
Got this on my forearm the other day and I'm really happy with how it looks
Got to visit mission control at the Johnson Space Center today. Saw two astronauts training in the neutral buoyancy lab and the full scale Saturn V
Happy 91st Birthday to Apollo 13 Commander Jim Lovell!
My first tattoo (fresh) - Hubble!
My parking space is better than yours.
I received the family Neil Armstrong autograph for my birthday
NASA's Parker Solar Probe is now the closest-ever spacecraft to the sun. This was the view at liftoff
Dr. Eugene Parker Observes Launch Vehicle Containing the Solar Probe Which Bears His Name (Cape Canaveral, FL)
After years of saving and dreaming I finally got to see the place that jump-started my interest in Physics.
Fun Fact: The Thrust on the Saturn V Engines was so Powerful That Liftoff Rattled Windows in Downtown Orlando, 45 miles away
Hubble recently released this stunning image of the Cartwheel galaxy which is about 500 million light years away from Earth and is the result of a massive galactic collision
I found the mug from my visit to NASA as a kid that got me interested in science
Earth and Moon from Saturn