Space Aged: 10 Spacecraft from Decades Past That Are Still Ticking
Slideshow of oldies but goodies.
Space Shots Revisited
The moon-landing-hoax believers will never be convinced by anything, let alone something as easily faked as photographic evidence. After all, if NASA faked the moon landings in 1969, just think what they can fake today. Even when an Indian probe confirms it. Whatever.
Apollo 12 landing site photographed by the Lunar Reconaissance Orbiter
Expedition 20 flight engineer Nicole Stott participates in the STS-128 mission's first spacewalk as construction and maintenance continue on the International Space Station. During the six-hour, 35-minute spacewalk, Stott and astronaut Danny Olivas (out of frame) removed an empty ammonia tank from the station's truss and temporarily stowed it on the station's robotic arm. Olivas and Stott also retrieved the European Technology Exposure Facility and Materials International Space Station Experiment from the Columbus laboratory module and installed them on Discovery's payload bay for return. Image Credit: NASA
Murdoc watched part of this on the tele. The daughter thought it was cool that a girl was out there getting it done.