As part of NASA’s 3D camera project, astronauts at the International Space Station made a softball-sized ball of water – thanks to the low gravity in the space station – and submerged a GoPro camera inside the ball. 3D video here.
Let NASA astronaut Sunny Williams and her awesome space hair give you a full tour of the lab and other facilities in the International Space Station. We’re surprised at how noisy it is up there.
Rovio staged a fun game announcement for the soon to be released Angry Birds Space with astronaut Don Pettit demoing real life trajectories from the ISS. Gameplay at 3:00 (Thanks juanjoli!)
Captain Barry Wilmore leads us on a comprehensive tour of the Space Station; he starts from the Soyuz, explores every ISS nook and cranny, and ends in Space Shuttle Atlantis.
The Space Station has had Internet access for less than a month but astronaut Soichi Noguchi is already beaming back tweets and twitpics of Earth from his (very high) vantage point.
17,500 mph has never looked so graceful: Space Shuttle Atlantis (STS-129) does a rendezvous pitch maneuver–a backflip–to allow ISS crew to examine its heat shield for damage.
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