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Rocket stage separation footage captured in space

A first from UP Aerospace on November 6, 2015 – perfectly timed footage of the Maraia Earth Return Capsule's booster separation, captured 75 miles (120 km) above Earth by one of the four cameras attached to the multis...

What Does Earth Look Like From Space? An Astronaut’s Perspective

What does Earth look like from space? Perhaps it's easy to take that view for granted if you've watched enough videos... but just imagine for a moment that you are watching it from a small window in a house-sized vehi...

202 skydivers set a world record over Perris, California

On Sept. 29, 2015, day 4 of a multi-day jump event, 202 skydivers joined together like a snowflake at 7,000 feet (2,130 meters) to set a world record for the largest sequential skydiving formation. Here's that record-...

World Record Group Skydive – 164-Person Formation

This incredible world record video includes 164 hand-picked pro and amateur skydivers, 7 planes, and a remarkable hand-in-hand group formation assembled within 75 seconds of free fall. Event co-organizers Jon DeVore a...

Space X’s Falcon 9 falls back to Earth to The Blue Danube

To the tune of Johann Strauss II's Blue Danube waltz, Space X's Falcon 9 falls majestically back to Earth in real time. Falcon 9 is a two-stage rocket that transports satellites into orbit, and powers the Dragon space...

Stunning Views of Earth From the International Space Station

The Blue Marble... The Pale Blue Dot... that magnificent Overview Effect... This is what our astronauts experience from the International Space Station, and what we get to see via videos like this, and this, and this,...

Spanish Air Force jets land in formation, view from the seventh jet

In June of 1985, five Spanish-built CASA C-101 Aviojet training jets took off from San Javier Air Base to test their formation flying abilities. Ten days later, Patrulla Águila (Eagle Patrol) made their first public f...

A planetary time lapse from the International Space Station

With footage taken from the International Space Station, NASA fan Bruce W Berry Jr cleaned up and created this Time-Lapse | Earth homage. The location views are listed in order:  1. A Jump over the Terminator2. Sa...

Hello Kitty goes to space

We’ve seen this experiment a few times before, but never with Hello Kitty “catonaut” in a Japanese rocket made by a 12-year-old. And perhaps not with such a glorious pop: NASA doesn’t have a loc...

A 25 minute tour of the International Space Station

In her final days as Commander of the International Space Station, Sunita Williams of NASA recorded an extensive tour of the orbital laboratory and downlinked the video on Nov. 18, just hours before she, cosmonaut Yur...

Further Up Yonder: A Message From ISS To All Humankind

Further Up Yonder: A Message From ISS To All Humankind by film student Giacomo Sardelli, using images and audio messages courtesy of NASA. The video’s transcript:  As the most forward...

Felix Baumgartner’s supersonic freefall from 128k’

After flying to an altitude of 39,045 meters (128,100 feet) in a helium-filled balloon, Felix Baumgartner completed a record breaking jump for the ages from the edge of space, exactly 65 ...

Eighteen miles above Earth: A Toy Train in Space

We’ve seen a lot of videos that send things up into the stratosphere, but Ron Fugelseth and his 4-year-old kid did this, plus one (animated) step more when they sent the kiddo’s fa...

A Blast From The Past: Shuttle Through The Decades

A Blast From The Past: Shuttle Through The Decades One year ago today at 11:29 a.m. EDT, Atlantis launched into orbit at 17,500 mph. A bittersweet launch, it was the very last NASA shuttle mi...

Riding a Space Shuttle Booster with enhanced sound

From the upcoming Special Edition Ascent: Commemorating Space Shuttle DVD/BluRay a movie from the point of view of the Solid Rocket Booster with sound mixing and enhancement done by the fo...

Space Triumph! Glenn Flight Thrills World (1962)

On this day a half century ago, Mercury Astronaut John Glenn became the first American to orbit the Earth. On the morning of February 20, 1962, an anxious nation watched as Glenn climbed into h...

A helium balloon and a LEGO minifig travel into the upper atmosphere

Two weeks ago, Canadian teens Mathew Ho and Asad Muhammad launched a helium balloon and a lego minifig into the upper atmosphere — approximately 80,000 feet up — equipped with four ...

Fly around the International Space Station in this animation

From the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum, a unique perspective on our sci-fi-come-true living quarters in orbit: This fly around of the International Space Station (ISS) is displayed in the...

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