November 30, 2015
Five gift ideas to make the season spacey
Those looking to launch some spacey cheer this season are sure to find inspiration in our annual guide. Whether shopping for a space history buff, or you're the space geek hoping to add to your want list, these gift ideas are sure to make for a stellar celebration.
November 20, 2015
Photos: Recovered NASA engines land at Seattle's Museum of Flight
At a press conference held on the 46 year anniversary of the second lunar landing, The Museum of Flight in Seattle publicly showed for a first time the preserved remains of the F-1 rocket engines that were used to launch NASA's Apollo 12 and Apollo 16 missions.
November 19, 2015
Amazon.com CEO delivers historic NASA moon engines to Seattle museum
Amazon.com's CEO personally oversaw the delivery of some large artifacts from NASA's history, completing a shipment that traveled by truck, boat, and rocket. Jeff Bezos came to The Museum of Flight for the arrival of the restored remains of F-1 rocket engines.
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November 23, 2015
The Watches That Went to the Moon
It was a grand watch, a combination timepiece-stopwatch built by Omega to be water-resistant, shock-proof, and able to withstand 12 Gs of acceleration. Most impressive of all: It had flown on Apollo 11, the first mission to land humans on the moon.
November 22, 2015
Orphaned Rover Still Available After Auction
Buddy's Antique Auction in Arab, Alabama might not be the first place you'd look to buy a genuine Lunar Rover — but it should be! The salvaged LRV recently in the news was scheduled for auction on November 21.
November 11, 2015
NASA's Quest to Reclaim Lost Spacesuits Before They Were Auctioned
What do a military surplus store, an antiques mall in Texas, and the bottom of Florida's largest lake have in common? They all, at one point or another, were places where you could find historically important NASA spacesuits, if you were lucky.
November 2, 2015
Lift off! A history of watches in space
On a recent trip to the Johnson Space Center in Houston to commemorate the ultimately safe return of the Apollo 13 mission, our group was most struck by how primitive the technology used in the space programme looks today.
October 27, 2015
Someone in Alabama Sold a Priceless Lunar Rover for Scrap Metal
During the Apollo missions, NASA only made a handful of lunar rovers. Three of them are still sitting on the surface of the moon. One of them is at the Air and Space Museum in Washington DC. And another was recently smashed into bits in an Alabama junkyard.