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Seven worlds orbit the ultracool dwarf star TRAPPIST-1, a mere 40 light-years away. Via NASA.
Earth vs. the Flying Saucers (1956).
John Glenn, 1921 – 2016.
An extremely rare and unusual stainless steel prototype Omega Speedmaster chronograph wristwatch with matt white dial and tachometer bezel, accompanied by red thermo-protective case, made for NASA Alaska 2 project. Via Hodinkee and Phillips....
A rare signed photograph taken during the first moon landing has sold for £5,200 at auction. It was given to the owner of a firm who arranged limousines for the astronauts during a 1969 London visit. Shot by astronaut Michael Collins, who stayed on the spacecraft throughout the mission, it shows the lunar module being guided from the moon’s surface by Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin and Neil Armstrong, with the Earth visible in the background. Via BBC...
NASA’s logo re-imagined with Vincent Van Gogh’s Starry Night, by Eisen Bernardo.
NASA Apollo mockup. From the cover of Aviation Week, May 7 1962.
Via Forgotten Nobility.
Astronauts John Young and Virgil Grissom in cabin of Gemini Spacecraft 3 as seen on television monitor during altitude test. Via Duane King.
Via Random and Retro.
Ham the space chimp returns safely after space flight, 1961.
Via Nasa History & Science.