Tag Archive: nasa


Five Unsolved Space Mysteries

Space has been blowing our minds from the beginning. And yet it feels like every question we answer only brings up more questions. From evidence of a parallel universe to the young surface of Venus to everybody’s favorite, Omuamua, here are 5 space mysteries that have not yet fully been solved.

Rocket scientist Mark Rober was super excited about the Perseverance landing, and shares his memories of working on the Curiosity rover and watching its landing from JPL’s mission control.

Earth, Venus, and Jupiter as seen from Mars.

How Rockets Are Made

Destin of SmarterEveryDay takes a tour of the rocket factory at United Launch Alliance:

How Did NASA Steer the Saturn V?

Destin of SmarterEveryDay travels with Linus Sebastian to Rocket City in Huntsville, Alabama, to find out.

Moon Rocks!

Destin of SmarterEveryDay visits the main facility at Johnson Space Center in Houston, where NASA keeps its moon rocks.

Pic of the Day – 8/2/19

The storms at Saturn’s north pole, employing false color for additional clarity, with the “Rose of Saturn” at its center. Taken by NASA’s Cassini spacecraft.

Pic of the Day – 7/26/19

This was the last image taken by Cassini before burning up in Saturn’s atmosphere on September 15, 2017.

YouTuber Sam O’Nella Academy gives us a mere summary of the history of animals in space, not a comprehensive list:

Pic of the Day – 3/8/19

A nighttime rocket launch from Vandenburg AFB, 12/22/2017.

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