Your Ticket to Space: Commercial Spaceflight – STEM in 30
BIE Transportation Level K.wmv

BIE Transportation Level K.wmv

Bicycles are a fun way to get from here to there. When we were young, tricycles taught us how to pedal. Some people with great balance can ride a unicycle. Cars are used by people every day to travel, go to work and school. Most cars use gasoline for power but some new ones use

Mars One Project, A One Way Ticket To Mars | TIME

Mars One Project, A One Way Ticket To Mars | TIME

You’ll never feel the wind in your hair [you] will never hear the sound of walking through the snow you won’t hear the birds whistle outside If you care a lot about these kinds of things, and you really shouldn’t apply for a mission to mars. I’m Bas Lansdorp and Co-founder and CEO of Mars

Why Going to Outer Space Is Actually Easier Than Summiting Mount Everest | Scott Parazynski

Probably the most difficult thing I’ve ever done is ascend Mount Everest. That might come as a surprise; it’s very hard to become an astronaut, train for a mission, and go fly a mission, but the psychological difference of being on Mount Everest is pretty substantial. When you’re in space you’re inside your spacecraft, you’re

Deliver Us The Moon – Apollo 11 | PS4

My grandpa was always fascinated about the universe. When we were boys he used to make his own telescopes. I still remember looking through one of his largest, seeing the moon up close for the first time. He even drove to our house and woke us at 2:00 a.m. in the night to show us

Meet The Only NASA Astronaut To Climb Mount Everest

Meet The Only NASA Astronaut To Climb Mount Everest

– [Woman] Houston, we are complete with the environment check. – [Houston] Roger… [Unintelligible] – [Narrator] You’re looking at arguably one of the most interesting people in the world. Maybe even the universe. – [Man] For mission specialist – – [Narrator] His name is Scott Parazynski. And we got to meet him at the Kennedy

Shuttle Atlantis STS-132 – Amazing Shuttle Launch Experience

this has been a very quiet morning for tanking, no issues that the team’s working weather is set at, currently at 70% chances of having good conditions at liftoff time This is the Vehicle Assembly Building, that is where the shuttle gets put together and then it rolls out, a couple of miles, out to