95 Minutes Over Jupiter | Mission Juno : This sequence of color-enhanced images shows how quickly the viewing geometry changes for NASA’s Juno spacecraft as it swoops by Jupiter. The images were obtained by JunoCam. From the start of this sequence of images to the end, roughly 1 hour and 35 minutes elapsed.
We're back: Space Shuttle Atlantis glides safely back into Cape Canaveral after 11-day mission
November 2009 - Space Shuttle Atlantis glides safely back into Cape Canaveral after mission to resupply the International Space Station
Launch of Gemini 9 | Titan II Rocket | June 3, 1966
Infographic: How Skylab, NASA's First Space Station Worked.
Lost Letters From Cassini
I think I finally understand what Huygens was talking about At last the REAL story of the Cassini spacecraft can be told. Read the letters NASA doesn’t want you to see!
Real spacecraft/space mission As of today, 2nd July, Juno space probe is quickly approaching its destination, largest planet in the Solar System, Jupiter. Juno spacecraft, launched in August 2011 from Cape Canaveral on top of Atlas V rocket. JOI...
http://vedicastrologycenter.net/free-vedic-astrology-lesson-planets-saturn/ Saturn is the part of us that realizes the enormity of time and the effects of time to obliterate all things of matter, including our bodies and people we love and the awareness that everything is going to end at some point. ♥ This is a real image of Saturn, taken by the robotic spacecraft Cassini, eclipsing the Sun ♥
Interplanetary Transport System by YNot1989 on DeviantArt