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NASA Astronaut Mark C. Lee experiencing something that most can only dream of: Being an Earth’s natural Satellite just for a few minutes. ‍ Do you love Astronaut Are you ready to explore Space @theourspace

Tag someone, if they don't respond in 2 minutes,They have to buy you a Solar System Cup! Are you looking for a special and unique gift for your friends,boyfriend or girlfriend? This magic and interesting coffee cup is a perfect present for a space l



NASA Space Walk 41 outside the ISS ‍ This footage was taken by NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson during a spacewalk on the International Space Station on Thursday, March 30, 2017. She was joined on the spacewalk by NASA astronaut Shane Kimbrough. Do y

This is a real photo ‍ This is a real photo of Bruce McCandless, the first astronaut to float untethered in space. ‍ “That may have been one small step for Neil, but it’s a heck of a big leap for me” - Bruce McCandless Do you love Astronaut Are

Rocket Launch — as seen from the Space Station. Soyuz-FG rocket was launched from the Baikonur Cosmodrome, carrying a Progress MS-10 (also 71P) module to bring needed supplies to the ISS. Highlights in this video include city lights and clouds vi

The worlds most powerful active rocket, Spacex Falcon Heavy The world's most powerful rocket, SpaceX Falcon Heavy, launches to space from NASA Kennedy Space Center. (2019) Each first-stage booster has nine engines, for a total of 27 firing at the



Flat Earth Busted On-board the launch of NASA’s FOXSI mission aboard a Black Brant IX rocket. Then, some amazing footage once the rocket reaches space in which its first stage can be seen falling back to Earth. Do you love Rocket Are you read

Spectacular! When the️sun has set for the viewer, but the booster are in sunlight (~30/45mins after sunset). Space Cadet Esther These are called RCS (reaction control system) they are tiny thrusters that expell cold gas in order to control the ro