Space

"Space is the boundless three-dimensional extent in which objects and events have relative position and direction. Physical space is often conceived in three linear dimensions, although modern physicists usually consider it, with time, to be part of a boundless four-dimensional continuum known as spacetime. In mathematics, "spaces" are examined with different numbers of dimensions and with different underlying structures. The concept of space is considered to be fundamental". ~ Wikipedia.
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Huble telescope capturing the formation of a star

"a photograph of a star forming, courtesy of Hubble… --This is the most amazing image from space I have ever seen :)" - I can't believe this is even a photograph! It looks like a painting!

We are now raising children who will never know this

The Space Shuttle Columbia arrives at Pad early in the morning after being rolled out of the Vehicle Assembly Building the night before. Columbia is scheduled for Launch on Space Shuttle Mission in late July on a Department of Defense dedicated mission.

OKAY it ain't Sci-Fi but it is iconic!

Overhead view of Space Shuttle Atlantis on the Mobile Launcher Platform as it traveled to Launch Pad from the Vehicle Assembly Building. Atlantis lifted off on Mission on September ×

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Orbit, open space, the International Space Station aligned with Earth's curvature.

August 2007 – Astronaut Clay Anderson works a shift outside the International Space Station.

Happy Birthday to astronaut Mark Lee, born on August Seen here floating 130 nautical miles above the Earth during space shuttle mission on September (NASA)

Apollo TELMU and CONTROL consoles

Apollo Flight Controller 101: Every console explained

The Space Shuttle Atlantis departs the Vehicle Assembly Building with its destination Launch Pad visible in the distance.

Marius Hills: Holes in the Moon

Marius Hills: Holes in the Moon

On August 28, 1970 at Cape Canaveral, the Apollo 14 astronaut Ed Mitchell is attached to a “six-degrees-of-freedom simulator,” training for his 1971 moonwalk. (NASA)

P Ed Mitchell (September 1930 – February – On August 1970 at Cape Canaveral, the Apollo 14 astronaut is attached to a “six-degrees-of-freedom simulator,” training for his 1971 moonwalk ( NASA)

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