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Nasa On Sept. NASA announced the winning design for America's new space taxi—the first since the Space Shuttle. Two companies won: Boeing and SpaceX. Elon Musk Spacex, Nasa Space Program, Nasa Astronauts, Nasa Spaceship, Space Race, Space And Astronomy, Astrophysics, Space Station, Space Shuttle

NASA Reveals New Spaceships—Boeing and Elon Musk's SpaceX (Infographic)

On Sept. 16, 2014, NASA announced the winning design for America's new space taxi—the first since the Space Shuttle. Two companies won: Boeing and SpaceX.

Space And Astronomy Falcon Heavy first stage at SpaceX facilities in Cape Canaveral. - SpaceX has completed assembly of the Falcon Heavy's three-core first stage, and it plans to launch the heavy-lift rocket in January. Cosmos, Spacex Falcon Heavy, Nasa Space Program, Space Rocket, Cape Canaveral, Air Space, Deep Space, Sistema Solar, Ex Machina

The Falcon Heavy Is Almost Ready

SpaceX has completed assembly of the Falcon Heavy's three-core first stage, and it plans to launch the heavy-lift rocket in January.

20 YEARS AGO TODAY: Earth and Russia’s Mir space station, photographed from the departing Shuttle Atlantis on September (NASA) Mars Mission, Space Shuttles, Cosmos, Space And Astronomy, Hubble Space, Nasa Space Program, Space Photography, Nasa Astronauts, Air Space

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74 Likes, 1 Comments - Outer Space Clothing (@outerspace.clothing) on Instagram: “International Space Station (ISS) Reality #hubble #space #planet #universe #nasa #astronomy #galaxy…”

Rotating black holes may serve as gentle portals for hyperspace travel - The reason that this is possible is that the relevant singularity inside a rotating black hole is technically “weak,” and thus does not damage objects that interact with it. Space Theories, Daily Mail Uk, Sci Fi Wallpaper, Astronaut Tattoo, University Of Massachusetts, Our Solar System, Science News, Dark Skies, To Infinity And Beyond

Rotating black holes as portals for hyperspace travel | EarthSky.org

One of the most cherished science fiction scenarios is using a black hole as a portal to another dimension or time or universe. Is it possible? Maybe. But choose carefully. All black holes are not created equal.

A SPACE probe orbiting Mars sent back its first images of a crater ­covered in ice. The pics were taken over the northern hemisphere by the ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter - launched in 2016 in a joint Russian, European and UK space agency mission. Nasa Solar System, Solar System Exploration, Mars Probe, Mars Surface, Space Probe, Look At The Sky, Space Photos, 1 Image, The Martian

Icy Mars Crater Shines in European Probe's 1st Photo from New Orbit

Europe's Trace Gas Orbiter has captured its first image from its science orbit: a gorgeous photo showing a 25-mile-long (40 kilometers) stretch of the ice-rimed Korolev Crater, in the Martian far north.

Virgin Galactic's new SpaceShipTwo VSS Unity launched its first rocket-powered test flight over Mojave, California, on April The flight did not go to space, but was the company's first powered test since a 2014 crash. California Tourist Attractions, Places In California, Mojave California, Airline Booking, Broken Book, Space Story, Flight Status, Space Tourism, National Airlines

Virgin Galactic Completes 1st Powered Test Flight Since Fatal 2014 Crash

Virgin Galactic's new SpaceShipTwo VSS Unity launched its first rocket-powered test flight over Mojave, California, on April 5, 2018. The flight did not go to space, but was the company's first powered test since a 2014 crash.

Expedition 57 Commander Alexander Gerst of ESA (European Space Agency) peers out the International Space Station's "window to the world" Nasa Space Station, Spacex Dragon, Spacex Launch, Space Cowboys, International Space Station, Space Photos, Milky Way, Weekend Is Over, Cosmos

Watch Alexander Gerst's return to Earth

ESA astronaut Alexander Gerst is wrapping up his second stay on the International Space Station, the Horizons mission, running over 50 experiments for the partners of the weightless research laboratory as well as maintaining the outpost. Alexander became the second ESA astronaut to take over command of the International Space Station.