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Video Tuesdays: Space Oddity in S P A C E!

I wanted to post this video (and companion videos) first thing Monday morning, but ran into a series of “technical difficulties,” which somehow now seems entirely appropriate for the subject matter… Space! On the eve of Commander Chris Hadfield’s return to earth after completing his mission on the International Space Station this video started making it’s way on the internets…

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Video Fridays: Lego Space Shuttle and What Kind of World Do You Want?

Lego Space Shuttle: Uploaded by vinciverse on Mar 2, 2012 My Lego tribute to the end of the space shuttle era. Proving that although retired, this machine can still fly, albeit in toy form. The launch took place from central Germany and reached a max altitude of 35000m. A 1600g meteo balloon filled with helium was used alongside a GoPro

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Video Fridays: Time Lapse From Space – Literally. The Journey Home

Watching this video makes me wonder about the small minds on the planet that imagine that they are more important than others and have the right to take life or to own any bit of this world. Such blind, small people, how did we let them tell us what to believe or what we should do? No more, no more,

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Little Black Spot on the Sun Today

My favorite crazy photo of the past week is by French photographer Thierry Legault, who captured the space shuttle Endeavor docked to the International Space Station as the pair flew in orbit with the Sun in the background. Thanks to Wired Science for the heads-up via Twitter.For more of Mr. Legault’s photograph go to Astrophotography. Sources: image:ISS-Endeavour-transit by Thierry Legault,

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