This Is How You Wash Your Hands In Space

If you’ve ever wondered how you wash your hands in space, ISS Commander Chris Hadfield is back at it again with some more cool info about what it’s like to live in space.

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This Is What It Sounds Like In Space: Sounds From The International Space Station

If you ever wondered what it sounds like in space, you can now listen to some clips recorded by Astronaut Commander Chris Hadfield while aboard the International Space Station [ISS]. The recordings are of various station noises and sounds from the US lab on the ISS, what it sounds like as they live and conduct the work of their scientific mission or as Commander Hadfield states ‘what normal life sounds like in space.’

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Finding Life Beyond Earth: Take A Spectacular Trip

Guess what? We are on the verge of answering one of the greatest questions in history: Are we alone?

From NOVA and PBS come this must see episode Finding Life Beyond Earth. Turn the sound up, chill out and go on this 2+ hour animated space journey where NOVA asks the questions about how planet earth came to be and what’s going on with other nearby planets and whether any signs of life will soon be found.

Hearing all about the mysteries of space reminds us that that planet earth is just a tiny speck in relation to the rest of the universe. For example, did you know that 1,300 Earth’s could fit inside Jupiter? We’re also incredibly vulnerable to a major cosmic event happening that could drastically change the course or destroy the planet as we know it. Two awe-inspiring and slightly terrifying thoughts that can put things in perspective rather quickly.

How’s that for reality TV?

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Space Shuttle Endeavour’s Final Launch

Watch the Space Shuttle Endeavour as it took off for its final mission May 16, 2011. The video was shot from multiple cameras on the solid rocket boosters. Since 1992, Endeavour flew 25 missions, spent 299 days in space, orbited Earth 4,671 times and traveled 122,883,151 miles.

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Beautiful Images From The Planet 1,227,000,000 km Away From Earth

On June 30, 2004, the Cassini spacecraft entered orbit around Saturn to begin the first in-depth, up-close study of the ringed planet and its domain. As expected, the Saturn System has provided an incredible wealth of opportunities for exploration and discovery.

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