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Celebrating Sally Ride, the first American woman in space

On June 18th, 1983, NASA physicist Dr. Sally Ride became the first American woman astronaut to fly in space. Orbiting Earth on Space Shuttle Challenger, she inspired an entire generation to follow their interests in s...

SpaceX Crew Dragon Spacecraft – Pad Abort Test POV video

Blast off from zero to 100 mph in 1.2 seconds on SpaceX's Crew Dragon spacecraft during its May 6th Pad Abort Test. The test reached a maximum velocity of 345 mph before the trunk separated, the spacecraft's heat shie...

ROV footage of deep sea creatures from the coast of Puerto Rico

Real-time science collaboration is much easier thanks to today's streaming video technology. During dives made by a remotely operated vehicle (ROV) off the coast of Puerto Rico, a team of National Oceanic and Atmosphe...

The Mercedes-Benz F 015 Self-Driving Concept Car

In the world of self-driving concept cars, this Cool Hunting video might have captured one of the more futuristic looking ones, and perhaps one of the more ambitious when it comes to energy: The Mercedes-Benz F 015 Co...

Driving on Air: Inventor Raul Oaida and his LEGO car

From The Adaptors, Flora Lichtman talks with 21 year old Romanian inventor Raul Oaida, who has built a jet-engine bike, a tiny spaceship, and a 500,000 brick LEGO car that is powered by air. How does it work? "We h...

Falcon 9 Flight 17 – SpaceX’s “hard landing” on a floating platform

After completing the launch of a cargo resupply mission to ISS for NASA, SpaceX attempted landing their Falcon 9 rocket on a drone ship. This April 14th video captures their second landing attempt on a floating platfo...

PoSSUM Program Trains Scientists for Space Research

For those who want to be an astronaut or work in space, and for those climate scientists who want a closer look at the mesosphere -- the understudied layer of Earth's atmosphere that's above the stratosphere and below...

Driving the newly restored 1910 Fiat S76 ‘Beast of Turin’

Spewing exhaust, sparks, and flames, this 1910 Fiat S76 was unofficially the fastest car that existed in 1911. It definitely looks fast... and sounds loud. The vehicle was recently restored by owner Duncan Pittaway, a...

Boneshaker Big Wheel 2014: Penny-farthing + Strandbeest

In 2014, Jacksonville, Florida native Ron Schroer built an unusual wood vehicle called the Bone Shaker Big Wheel. It's part penny-farthing, part Theo Jansen Strandbeest. Watch him ride it at the One Spark crowdfunding...

The Kenguru Wheelchair-Accessible Electric Vehicle

Made especially to give wheelchair users a way to drive independently, the Kenguru Wheelchair-Accessible electric vehicle goes up to 25mph with a range of 45-60 miles, perfect for driving to the grocery store or for m...

Icebreaker Boats: Breaking Ice on the Hudson River

The rivers surrounding New York City no longer freeze over completely --despite a lot of ice, water salinity and boat traffic keep the waterways open -- but farther north on the Hudson River, in this case near Germant...

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...

XCAR Films: How to drive the Ford Model T

"At one point, over half the cars in the U.S. were Model Ts. They were used for business, for pleasure, for everything really. Even in World War I, they were praised for their abilities. Ford's dream of freeing farmer...

The Globe: Exploring the world’s largest container ship

Chase the world's largest container ship, The Globe, as it arrives at England's Port of Felixstowe for the first time. At more than 400m (1,312ft) long by 56.8m (186ft) wide, and carrying 19,100 containers, this China...

Minute Physics: How An Airplane Is Made

Travel to France with Minute Physics' Henry Reich for a behind-the-scenes tour of the factories, research, and design facilities of Airbus. This is how an A350 is built! There's also a cameo by Beluga, Airbus' special...

My Mum is an Airplane

Oh, the adventures that you'll have flying through the sky — across all kinds of cities, through storms, over mountains, delivering mail and dropping off skiers — all of those things can happen when your m...

Bicycle rush hour in Utrecht, the Netherlands’ fourth largest city

In the center of Utrecht, the fourth largest city in the Netherlands with a population of 330,772 in 2014, "up to 50% of all journeys take place in the saddle" for school, work, seeing friends, errands, shopping, or ...

Rosetta spacecraft, Philae lander, & an animated history of comets

In preparation for an unprecedented November 12, 2014 landing attempt on Comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko, the European Space Agency (ESA) has created a series of animations to introduce our history with comets, as wel...

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