Jul 282015
Dropping A Effervescent Pill In Floating Water Bubble In Space

The best part about being an astronaut is performing science experiments that would otherwise be impossible. On Earth, countless people drop effervescent tablets into water to make a soothing elixir to calm their stomach aches and pains. But in space, that simple experiment becomes a lot cooler! This video by Reel NASA has gone viral with over 250,000 views!


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Feb 152015
NASA’s Timelapse Of The Sun Is Stunning

For five long years now, NASA has been recording the sun in unprecedented detail. NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory is able to record a photo of our solar system’s largest star more than once per second. With that data, they were able to put together this glorious time lapse of the sun. This video has gone viral with over 600,000 hits!


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Dec 122014
NASA Spoofs ‘All About That Bass’ With ‘All About That Space’

Meghan Trainor‘s hit single All About That Bass has become one of the defining songs of 2014. There have been countless parodies and spoofs posted online by both amateurs and professionals. But now an unlikely candidate has jumped into the parody ring. NASA has just debuted this nerdy spoof of Meghan’s hit, appropriately titled All About That Space.


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Nov 042014
Dropping A Bowling Ball And Feathers In A Perfect Vacuum Proves Science

Brian Cox of the BBC had the incredible opportunity to visit NASA’s Space Power Facility in Ohio to see the world’s largest vacuum chamber. As most kids learn in school that a bowling ball and a feather will fall at the same speed due to gravity if there is no air resistance, he and his new NASA friends decided to demonstrate the famous science experiment.

Even though the results are known, the experiment is still stunning to watch. The feathers and ball fall at the exact same rate and hit the ground at the same moment. Amazing!

This video has gone viral with over one million hits!


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Nov 012014
NASA Pumpkin Carving Contest For 2014

Every year, the super nerds at NASA blow off some steam by holding a pumpkin carving contest for Halloween. But these aren’t your average carved pumpkins. The smarties at NASA go above and beyond to create the most outrageous, creative, and highly engineered pumpkins ever. This year was no different, and techie Mark Rober made sure to document the best of the best.  


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