Voices of Exploration"Who would dare assert that we know all there is to be known?"
– Galileo Galilei, 1613
LIVE NASA TV
- RT @AllPlanets: In June 2013 NASA will launch IRIS, a mission to observe a mysterious region of the solar atmosphere. [VIDEO] http://t.co/A… 49 minutes ago
- Herschel still helping solve cosmic mysteries! RT @universetoday: A Mega-Merger of Massive Galaxies Caught in the Act j.mp/169APRq 2 hours ago
- Will waves be kicking up on Titan's methane lakes? j.mp/12vzb62 3 hours ago
- Look out Iron Man: check out this fancy "space diving" suit: j.mp/12vxtlo 3 hours ago
- RT @cnnbrk: Electric-car company #Tesla says it has repaid its $452 million Department of Energy loan 9 years ahead of schedule. http://t.c… 3 hours ago
- High-altitude tropical winds show predicted pattern of global warming j.mp/10MrxBV 4 hours ago
- Should #NASA drop the asteroid mission and go back to the Moon instead? fb.me/2tNL5hjSQ 4 hours ago
- Win a DVD of NOVA’s Excellent “Earth From Space”
- Look Into the Blood-Red Eye of Saturn’s Polar Hurricane
- Proof that Meteors Hit Saturn’s Rings… a Lot
- What would it look like to watch Daphnis fly past?
- The Horsehead Nebula Like You’ve Never Seen It Before
- 50 Unbelievable Facts About Earth: an Infographic
- Research Reveals Rain Shadows from Saturn’s Rings
- Europa Has Water and H2O Too
- How Far is Mars?
- Our Galaxy Isn’t As Big As You Think It Is
- Space Book Alert: Your Ticket to the Universe
- Enceladus is Spraying Its Salty Sea Out Into Space
- A Clear Blue Sky on Mars
- A Comet and the Crescent Moon
- Highlighting Rhea’s Subtle Colors – New Cassini Images of Saturn’s Moon
Thanks, Steve."Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma — which is living with the results of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary."
– Steve Jobs, 1955 – 2011
One last thing…