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Voices of Exploration"It was a cherished experience. I feel I got to see the grand order of things. In the overall scheme of things, it proves that men can do anything they want to if they work hard enough at it.'"
– Scott Carpenter (1925–2013) Mercury astronaut and second American to orbit Earth
LIVE NASA TV
- Today in 1972: Apollo 17 lands on the Moon lpi.usra.edu/lunar/missions… http://t.co/IjJBoXxOeW 9 hours ago
- Possible Geminid fireball seen over Phoenix m.youtube.com/watch?v=Yamg9m… RT @PercivalLowell Bright meteor captured in video tinyurl.com/m2dzn24 9 hours ago
- @AstroSquatch I'll be keeping an eye out for those! 9 hours ago
- "I believe the challenge of our times is self-heating nachos. We're still waiting, @NASA." - @StephenAtHome #FundNachoScience 9 hours ago
- @AstroSquatch Oh. I want one of those. 10 hours ago
- @grantimahara Is that your Doc Ock rig? 10 hours ago
- RT @ISS_Research: Recent rodent @ISS_Research results may help explain eye changes in astronauts during spaceflight nasa.gov/mission_pages/… … 10 hours ago
- “Take Us Home, Scotty…” Juno Takes the First Video of Earth and Moon From Space
- Cassini’s Best Look Yet At Saturn’s Crazy Hexagon
- So… What’s Up With ISON?
- Questions About ISON? Here Are Some Answers:
- The Other Side of ISON: Here’s the Comet as Seen from Mercury
- Watch this beautiful new trailer for “In Saturn’s Rings”
- Happy Birthday, ISS!
- The 2014 Year in Space Calendars are Here!
- What Happened to Mars?
- OMG Saturn.
- Astronomers Spot an Asteroid Sporting Six Comet-Like Tails
- Vesta’s Formation History? It’s Complicated.
- NASA’s Surprising Discoveries About Three Near-Earth Asteroids
- Galileo’s Visit with an Asteroid, 22 Years Ago Today
- Cassini Gets Its Best Look Ever at Titan’s Polar Lakes
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…