As the Space Shuttles are crated up to be shipped to museums, including the Smithsonian Air and Space in Washington, DC, writer Todd Stowell records the process.
"Touchdown confirmed," said NASA engineer Allen Chen. "We're safe on Mars." The Mars Rover, named Curiosity, touched down on the surface of the red planet at 1:32am eastern. Published 8:57 a.m. August 6, 2012 - Comments
It what many are calling the 7 minute landing of terror as NASA's latest Mars rover will descend toward the surface of the red planet with a mission to find water. Published 2:14 p.m. August 4, 2012 - Comments
Todd Stowell is a freelance writer, photographer, and the User Experience Developer for The Washington Times and Communities at Washington Times. He is also the web developer for the Space Tweep Society, an online property bringing together members of NASA ...Read More
Rover and reaction photos from the successful landing of the Mars Rover, Curiosity.
Landing renderings and training photos of the Mars Curiosity Rover.
Space Shuttle prototype Enterprise sails the Hudson River to the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum.
Raw footage from NASA Television on the berthing and docking of the SpaceX Dragon capsule
SpaceX will launch the first commercial spaceflight mission to the International Space Station on May 19th, 2012.
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Let’s talk about everything, especially the absurdity of it all
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Todd Stowell is a freelance writer, photographer, and the User Experience Developer for The Washington Times and Communities at Washington Times. He is also the web developer for the Space Tweep Society, an online property bringing together members of NASA’s Tweetup events to an open forum to share space related topics and stories.