Tag: Exploration
GPN-2000-000362

The trouble with NASA images is that there’s no one place to enjoy all the images produced by the organization. Sure, NASA has its own Flickr Commons account and yes there are amazing images being shown on the NASA website and APOD, but all of these collections seem to differ so greatly in the way they […]

chris-hadfield-portrait

This Gizmodo article accurately conveys all the thoughts I have about why Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield was such an important thing to space exploration — especially to the general population who have otherwise been jaded lately by missions to space. Chris Hadfield made space fun, cool, and interesting again, but in a way that wasn’t […]

thorpe-marsh-power-plant-04

Tom Blackwell ventured into the abandoned Thorpe Marsh Power Station in the UK and shot these fabulous photos of the old place. Reminds me of the time I stood inside the smokestack at the Glenwood Power Station. A couple of more photos inside if you care to have a look.

Steven Duncan, my all-time favorite famous urban explorer gives a talk at TEDxPhoenixville about why he loves going into sewers and tunnels. At first it was “recreational trespassing”, but over time he’s become obsessed with finding out how city infrastructure works and is hidden underground. I can totally relate to this feeling of underground curiosity. […]

BRING BACK SPACE EXPLORATION TO THE FOREFRONT OF AMERICAN CULTURE!

A video that debuted at TEDxISU (International Space University) about the human drive for exploration and the accomplishments we’ve achieved in space exploration so far because of it.