On the 30 May 2020 the first crewed SpaceX Crew Dragon launched into orbit on top of a Falcon 9 rocket, successfully docking with the International Space Station (ISS) the following day. The astronauts Bob Behnken and Col. Doug Hurley decided to name their spacecraft the Endeavour, after the Space Shuttle of the same name.…Read more Space Shuttle Endeavour “Flips” Before Joining ISS
In May 25, 1961, President John F. Kennedy gave a historic speech before a joint session of Congress that set the United States on a course to the moon. In his speech, Kennedy called for an ambitious programme of space exploration that included landing a astronauts on the Moon before the end of the 1960’s,…Read more JFK’s Moon shot speech to Congress, May 25, 1961
Merry Christmas and happy 50th anniversary to NASA of Apollo 8, the first manned flight to reach and orbit the Moon.
On Moon Day, I'm remembering a President of the United States of America who moved and inspired the world. John F. Kennedy promoted the exploration of space including the Apollo Moon missions, and is still missed to this day, not just by Americans, but by everyone in our Human Family. R.I.P. 📿🙏🏻🇺🇲 https://youtu.be/WZyRbnpGyzQ
This is NASA's IXS Enterprise, named after Starship Enterprise from the Star Trek fictional franchise, is a conceptual interstellar superluminal spacecraft designed by NASA scientist Dr. Harold G. White, revealed at SpaceVision 2013, designed for the goal of achieving warp travel. The conceptual spacecraft would be a modified version of the Alcubierre drive. Dr. White…Read more NASA’s IXS Enterprise
John Glenn, (July 18, 1921 – December 8, 2016), United States Astronaut, Senator, and incredibly courageous pioneer in Space Exploration. R.I.P.