Command Module Heat Shield Installation by NASA on The Commons
glompcat:This question and its answer from The New York Times work advice column is W I L D.
How to annoy your colleagues
An Antonov An-124 unloads componets of kibo, Japan’s science module for the International Space Station, at Kennedy Spa...
Interior of the Apollo 11 lunar module !
programmerhumour:“Ya I wrote this module myself…”
Put that in a blender and that’s how I roll
*SCHWERES DEUTSCHES ATMEN*
“Ya I wrote this module myself…”
It really do be like that sometimes
I’m Waiting For This Update
View of the approach of the STS-79 orbiter Atlantis during its docking with the Mir space station. The Spacehab double modul...
Always a reason
It’s Like Your Body Is A Potato
This bright sunlight glints long dark shadows marks of lunar surface is taken by Apollo 11 astronaut Neil Armstrong in...
Using the 1gb module for concatenating two strings
New Python projects
How I spend my time in Python
The update we all deserve
Astronaut Alan L. Bean, Lunar Module pilot, pauses near a tool carrier during extravehicular activity on the Moon’s sur...
So clean, so dreamy!
The Space Shuttle Challenger blasted off at noon EDT from the launch pad at Complex 39, Kennedy Space Center. Within hours o...
Astronaut Alan L. Bean, Lunar Module pilot, pauses near a tool carrier during extravehicular activity on the Moon’s surface....
Charles Conrad Jr., Apollo 12 Commander, examines the unmanned Surveyor III spacecraft during the second extravehicular acti...
I still feel beta though.
I still feel beta though. via /r/funny https://ift.tt/2Sqlkiw
Sat down with an ebook and this newly added Netflix show last night .
its called fashion sweaty look it up
Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin proceeds to explore the lunar landscape while Michael Collins supervises the command module. (July 1969)
Astronaut Edwin F. Aldrin Jr., lunar module pilot, walks on the Moon near a leg of the Lunar Module during Apollo 11 extrave...
Somebody must have changed my code! im sure
NASA sends the apollo 11 command module to the moon (1969)
I’ve been waiting 27 years for this
I So Want To Do This In My Office Now
Astronaut James B. Irwin, lunar module pilot, uses a scoop in making a trench in the lunar soil during Apollo 15 extravehicu...