Saturday, November 8, 2014

Saturday in Space - ISS 18K MPH, More Mars Up Close, & Space Detectives

Over on the insideISS YouTube channel, there is a recently uploaded video showing us how "NASA Astronaut Reid Wiseman takes us from the very back of the International Space Station to the front at 18,000 M.P.H. Reid traveled almost 450 miles around the Earth in the 90 seconds it took him to float about 200 feet from one end to the other."  Enjoy.

Also, two more parts (three and four) of the Mars Up Close videos have been added to the National Geographic YouTube channel videos.  Enjoy.

Finally, Gizmodo proclaims that "Space Detective Is Now a Job That Exists."  Learn more here.

As a bit of a bonus, keep your eyes out for more information as "Rosetta Races Toward Comet Touchdown" in NASA's probe mission.  Read more here.

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