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28 Pictures That Show How Surreal Early Space Flight Really Was

Project Atlas would be able to transport a variety of payloads into outer space–astronauts, satellites, and even a nuclear warhead.

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Stunning Photos of Space Shuttle Endeavour’s Flight Deck (Cockpit)

These rare photos by Ben Cooper capture the Flight Deck (cockpit) of the Space Shuttle Endeavour, fully powered for one of the final times. ...

Skylab's Orbital Workshop (NASA Archive, 01/01/70)

Crews prepare Skylab’s orbital workshop -- This photograph was taken during installation of floor grids on the upper and lower floors inside the Skylab orbital workshop at the McDonnell Douglas plant at Huntington Beach, Calif. under the direction of NASA Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala. Image credit: NASA View original image/caption: mix.msfc.nasa.gov/abstracts.php?p=1270 View more Skylab images www.flickr.com/photos/nasamarshall/sets/72157632646424119…

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Visiting Kennedy Space Center

Have you considered visiting Kennedy Space Center? It's a wonderful experience and a must-see! Here's why you should visit, too

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A thermonuclear blast on a pulsar called J1808 resulted in the brightest burst of X-rays seen to date by NASA's Neutron star Interior Composition Explorer (NICER) telescope. The explosion, which occurred on a pulsar known as J1808 on Aug. 20, 2019, released as much energy in 20 seconds as our Sun does in almost 10 days. Watch to see how scientists think this incredible explosion occurred.  Credit: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center
This classic on space travel was first published in 1953, when interplanetary space flight was considered science fiction by most of those who considered it at all. Here the German-born scientist Wernher von Braun detailed what he believed were the problems and possibilities inherent in a projected expedition to Mars.
Ad: Seamless loop space flight into The dusty side of the Sword of Orion. 4K 3D rendering. Flight Through Space With star field, Galaxy and Nebulae looping animation. Elements furnished by NASA image.