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History of Spaceflight - Video and Images

All the best videos and images from 50 years of NASA manned spaceflight. Includes the early Mercury and Gemini programs, the Apollo...

September 12, 2013 By Astrovisuals

NASA video shows dark side of the moon

NASA has released a rare video of the far side of the moon, captured by one of the two GRAIL probes that are orbiting the moon to map its gravitational field.The US space agency published the video, which was shot on 19 January, on Thursday.

February 3, 2012 by

PepBlast Galaxy

PepBlast Galaxy is an educational casual gaming App, featuring videos created by NASA about galaxies and space exploration, music games,...

July 12, 2013 By Photozig


Come explore with NASA in the palm of your hand. Features: Current NASA mission information Over 11,000 images (and growing everyday)...

March 23, 2013 By NASA

How to stifle innovation

Does this ever happen at your organization? Watch this video prepared by NASA engineers that demonstrates problems in any large bureaucracy that values requirements over new ideas, and process over trust.

February 8, 2009 by

Nasa hacker releases music video

Whether it's part of his campaign to raise awareness for his impending extradition, or whether he just likes making music, Gary McKinnon, the man accused of "the biggest military hack of all time" has released a music video.Posted on MySpace on Sunday, "Only a Fool", is a Chris Rea-ish type effort in a minor key -- think 'Road to Hell', but slightly less throaty.

November 5, 2008 by

Satellites unveil 2,000-year-old trails

Researchers at the University of Colorado at Boulder and at NASA have used satellites to track the movements of people living in the Arenal region of Costa Rica more than 2,000 years ago. They've also used video-game software to virtually 'fly' above the footpaths taken by Central Americans between small villages and cemeteries. It's a fascinating story because Arenal Volcano is still very active and that the people who lived there didn't disappear as highly structured societies like the Maya and Aztec.

January 6, 2007 by

NASA satellite senses forest fires

New software developed by NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif., helps link satellites together to form a virtual web of sensors that monitor the globe for hazards such as fires. Video courtesy of NASA.

July 17, 2006 by

Space shuttle does backflip

The Space Shuttle Discovery showed off its moves for the International Space Station, performing a "backflip" in space so engineers could get a better look at its heat shield. Check out the NASA video here.

July 7, 2006 by

Seismology turns to high tech

NASA works with the U.S. Geological Survey to track and understand the Earth's restless crust. This video from NASA and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory traces the progress of seismology since the 1906 quake.

April 14, 2006 by

Where's all the ice?

Using the latest satellite data NASA produced "A Tour of the Cryosphere: Earth's Frozen Assets." This is a dramatic and colorful look at our planet from high above, and the changes that are taking place. Captions in this video may be illegible in small video window.

December 8, 2005 by

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