GLAST: Intergalactic Detective
Watch this NASA video to learn more about the GLAST telescope and its mission to scan the universe for gamma rays and extrasolar objects.
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Spaced Out: Sex in Space
Did NASA ever conduct sex experiments in space? Is it even possible to have sex in space? Find out in this humorous video from the Discovery Channel's "Spaced Out."
Spacewalkers: EVA Suit Features
On Discovery Channel's "Spacewalkers: The Ultimate High-Wire Act," learn about some of the main features of the spacesuit such as glove heaters, a water bag and a space diaper.
NASA Explains Space Food Processing
Watch this video about space food processing on HowStuffWorks. This segment describes the different food types, labels and packages that space food can have. The Space Food Processing segment describes how freeze dried food is rehydrated and how astronauts tell what food items are theirs. Learn how space food processing works in this video from NASA Destination Tomorrow.
The Space Shuttle: Rendezvous Pitch Maneuver
Space shuttle Discovery is about to dock at the International Space Station, but first there is one last inspection to perform -- the rendezvous pitch maneuver (RPM). Watch an RPM on Discovery Channel's "The Space Shuttle: Countdown to Comeback."
Cool Space Tools
Watch this NASA video to learn more about the specialized tools that astronauts use in spaceflight. You can't just run to Home Depot and buy space tools. Each is specially built so that astronauts can use them with their space suits.
Shuttle Landing with a Parachute
From the archives of Discovery: When re-entering earth's atmosphere, the space shuttle deploys a parachute to help slow the shuttle's descent. Learn more about space shuttles in this video.
The Space Shuttle: Launch of Shuttle Discovery
On Discovery Channel's "The Space Shuttle: Countdown to Comeback," watch as the crew of the STS-114 gets the green light to launch. This was the first space shuttle flight since the Columbia crash.
Spaced Out: Zero Gravity
Is there actually such a thing as zero gravity? Find out in this video from the Science Channel's "Spaced Out."
Spacewalkers: Developing the Space
Developing new gloves for spacesuits is a continuous mission. Spacesuit engineer Amy Ross, describes the newest model of space glove on Discovery Channel's "Spacewalkers: The Ultimate High-Wire Act."
NASA Explains Spacesuits
Watch this video about spacesuits on HowStuffWorks. This NASA Destination Tomorrow Segment is describing spacesuit design and how modern suits have adapted with time. Learn how spacesuits work in this video from NASA Destination Tomorrow.
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Commercial space travel just made a giant leap with the unveiling of SpaceShipTwo, Virgin Galactic's newest vessel and the world's first commercial spacecraft. Sir Richard Branson talks to Discovery News' Irene Klotz about his latest innovation.
Space: NASA Tests Spaceflight Emergency System
As NASA prepares for the next generation of spacecraft, the space agency is renewing its focus on safety. A team of engineers is developing an emergency landing system that would fly astronauts to safety.
Discovery News: Cool Jobs: Astronaut
Have you ever wondered what it's like to be an astronaut? Kasey-Dee Gardner introduces you to Space Shuttle Commander Stephen Frick in this Discovery News video.
Sci-Trek: Lunar Colony
A sustainable lunar colony must be able to withstand the harsh conditions on the moon. Watch this video from Discovery Channel's "Sci-Trek."
G Word: Living Green in Space
In this clip from Planet Green's "G Word," correspondent Graham Hill interviews Dr. Peggy Whitson at NASA to find out more about how astronauts eat and drink in space.
Zero Gravity Activity
The reduced gravity of space offers challenges and diversion for astronauts. Check out this video from the archives of Discovery to see astronauts in zero-gravity action.
Astronauts Get Ready
Astronauts prepare rigorously for every aspect of a space mission, including launch day. Find out what it takes to launch the space shuttle in this clip from Discovery's archives.