Showing posts with label NASA. Show all posts
Showing posts with label NASA. Show all posts

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Hams in Space

(You have to read the title of this post like the intro of this video.)

True, they spent the big bucks and are sending a TYT MD-380.

Thursday, November 13, 2014

Space News

First, all your base is belong to us:

Via Dustbury

Second, Europe borrows the plot from a movie I love to hate and lands a probe on a comet.

Lastly, Google buys an old NASA space hanger. These seems like a necessary step in the plan for Skynet.

Thursday, December 20, 2012

To Infinity and Beyond!

The latest space suit from NASA. It should look familiar to Toy Story fans.

Via The Blaze

Friday, July 8, 2011

Space Shuttle

I've seen this movie. It stars Bruce Willis. Yippie Ki-yay!

Expensive. Bureaucratic. Even so, I can't help but romanticise NASA and the space prgram. Sixty cool pictures of the space shuttle's history here.

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

NASA NanoSail-D Follow-up

NASA NanoSail-D Follow-up
"To get to this point is an incredible accomplishment for our small team and I can't thank the amateur ham operator community enough for their help in tracking NanoSail-D," Alhorn said. "Their assistance was invaluable. In particular, the Marshall Amateur Radio Club was the very first to hear the radio beacon. It was exciting!"