If you have an iPhone, you know that one of the default background pictures is a photo of the planet Earth from space. It’s based on a photo taken from Apollo 17 in 1972. This […]
Chicken Little, beware. A satellite the size of a bus will fall from orbit and, for the most part, burn up on re-entry. The question on everyone’s mind: Where will it fall?
The International Space Station flies over the planet eight times a day. The handful of humans occupying the craft have the best views of everything our world has to offer. Have you ever wondered what […]
[pullquote quote="It really became painful because it was like seeing a wound in the side of your country." credit="Frank Culbertson"]Sunday marks the 10 year anniversary of the September 11th attacks. NASA has released footage that […]
Atlantis landed safely this morning at Kennedy Space Center in Florida, ending the 30 year NASA shuttle program. What’s next for Atlantis?
Jason Major, a huge NASA follower and Lights In The Dark blogger, is out at the final NASA shuttle launch of Atlantis today. He called Gene & Julie to give them the details of what is happening […]
We are obviously not a generation lost in space. Yesterday NASA launched their shuttle, Discovery, as one of the last three space shuttles in our space program. Play Beat David Rancken next week to win tickets to the […]