The European Space Agency has officially joined NASA on a mission to bust near-Earth asteroids through the AIDA space mission.
Humanity-destroying space objects aren’t just out of 90’s action flicks…Continue Reading 381 words
We are still feeling the warm afterglow of the 50th Anniversary of Apollo 11 and thought both these videos captured its essence well. The one above is from Space Camp at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama which successfully launched nearly 5,000 model rockets at the exact moment Apollo 11 lifted off decades ago — 8:32 a.m. local time on Monday, July 16. They were attempting to break the Guinness record for the number of model rockets lifting off simultaneously — the previous record was 4,231 model rockets launched in summer 2018 at Teylingen College in the Netherlands. And the video below is of the special presentation by the Smithsonian on the National Mall in Washington commemorating the anniversary of the moon landing by projecting a special video and light show on the Washington Monument. I (Monica) got to see the final show on Saturday night at 11:30 — along with thousands of other space enthusiasts. It was amazing! Enjoy them both!