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Apollo Launch by Stephen Christ

"Apollo Launch" by Stephen Christ

Get lost in these fascinating spacecraft cutaway illustrations

Get lost in these fascinating spacecraft cutaway illustrations

An artist's concept of the Skylab space station cluster in Earth's orbit. The cutaway view shows astronaut activity in the Orbital Workshop (OWS), Image credit: NASA

Being developed for missions in 2015 and beyond, the Z-1 could be used for exploring the moon and Mars.

Infographic: NASA's spacesuit could be used for exploring the moon and Mars (Space, PBL) Also, for use exploring infinity and beyond!

Air pollution and coal consumption - China (useful information on PM2.5 - what it means for your health)

The coal hard truth of air pollution

Greenpeace: is a measurement of small particulate matter in the air, and until recently its omission from official air quality readings has been a major hurdle in solving China

Saturn V Illustration by  Stephen Biesty

An extremely detailed infographic on the Saturn 5 Several other similar illustrations about space exploration on the source webpage.

Neil Armstrong

Can You Afford a "Bargain" Print of the Iconic Afghan Girl?

Space solar system meme - Funny and True! We got to the moon with a computer less powerful than your cell phone!

Spacesuit : Fashioning Apollo, ou comment Playtex marcha sur la Lune

Project Gemini Space Suit “ Future moonwalker Neil Armstrong in his Gemini training suit. When Project Gemini came along, astronauts found it difficult to move in the Mercury spacesuit when it.

Ancient History Fact: 5,500-Year-Old Sumerian Star Map Of Ancient Nineveh Reveals Observation Of Köfels’ Impact Event

Ancient History Fact: Sumerian Star Map Of Ancient Nineveh Reveals Observation Of Köfels’ Impact Event. (The snarky part of me wonders if it's just an ancient Sumerian Beer Recipe.

humanoidhistory:  Apollo 11 astronauts Buzz Aldrin, Mike...

Apollo 11 Lunar module pilot Buzz Aldrin, Command pilot Michael Collins and Mission commander Neil Armstrong

Virgin Galactic’s SpaceShipTwo: It will carry six passengers up past 328,000 feet altitude (100 kilometers), the point where astronaut wings are awarded. The new craft is launched from an airplane, fires a rocket to gain altitude, then re-enters the atmosphere and glides to a landing.

How Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo Passenger Space Plane Works (Infographic)

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