CHARLOTTE, N.C. — As the world awaits a return to the moon through NASA’s Artemis program, a traveling exhibit coming to Discovery Place Science takes an in-depth look at this journey 50+ years in the making. “Apollo: When We Went to the Moon” goes behind the scenes of the first...
Sometimes, the way to truly separate yourself from the herd is not to follow the herd. So if everyone else jumps on the smartwatch trend, don’t be afraid to swim upstream and bling out with the coolest analog old-school wrist watch you can wear. For fans of space, space exploration...
Oasis Digital Studios Brings Renowned Photographer Ken Davidoff and His First Drop Featuring Images from the First East Coast Rock Festival, to Digital Collectors
First in a series of releases from Ken Davidoff is a collection for classic rock enthusiasts. Toronto, Canada – TheNewswire – September 21, 2021 – Oasis Digital Studios Limited (“Oasis”), a wholly owned subsidiary of Liquid Avatar Technologies Inc. (CSE:LQID) (OTCQB:LQAVF) (FRA:4T51) (CNSX:LQID.CN), a global blockchain, digital identity and fintech solutions company, is pleased to announce that in conjunction with McCartney Multimedia, Inc and the May Pang Gallery it has secured the privilege to manage Ken Davidoff’s photos of iconic historic events, celebrities and famous persons.
Apollo is a cranky eagle villager in the Animal Crossing series who appears in every single game, even its film. His name possibly came from Apollo 11, the first spacecraft launched by the United States to land a man on the moon, and the Apollo Space Program itself. He is also a bald eagle, a symbol of the United States and in the Great Seal, which ties in with his birthday being July 4th - Independence Day.
House X launches first all-civilian crew into orbit. After spending about two days in orbit aboard the SpaceX Dragon capsule, conducting scientific analysis, having fun with a number of meals, interacting with individuals on Earth, and even putting a sports activities wager from area, the spacecraft has begun a sequence of manoeuvres to decrease orbit for touchdown.
I have a 2007 GMC Sierra 1500 pickup truck. It is in great condition and has low miles. I would like to install (or have installed) one of the latest safety options -- blind spot warning. Are there good aftermarket blind spot warning systems you can install on an older...
BREVARD COUNTY, Fla. — The historic all-civilian Inspiration4 crew arrived at Launchpad 39A in style ahead of Wednesday's SpaceX launch. After suiting up, the crew was loaded into Teslas and driven to Launchpad 39A. The launch will be added to the long list of historic events at the pad. The...
In 1969, there was a secret moon race between the US and Soviets, where Luna 15 failed, while Apollo 11 made history. Had it not been for the technical failure of the Russian space vehicle, which could have made Russia the first country on the moon. This would be the...
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CHARLOTTE – As the world awaits a return to the Moon through NASA’s Artemis program, Discovery Place Science will present an in-depth look at this journey 50-plus years in the making. The museum’s newest traveling exhibition, “Apollo: When We Went to the Moon,” explores the cultural, technological and political context...
It had already launched Luna 1 — the first spacecraft to reach the vicinity of the Moon. Soviet Russia was trying to carry out a sample return mission, hoping to analyse and learn more about the Moon. Cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin was the first man in space, cosmonaut Alexei Leonov was...
A private archivist known for unearthing rare images from the early years of human spaceflight is now selling a treasure trove of NASA prints representing some of the most iconic photos ever taken. J.L. Pickering has dedicated the past 50 years to researching the visual history of space exploration and,...
N July 20, 1969, at 10:56 p.m. EDT, American astronaut Neil Armstrong stepped off the lunar landing module, Eagle, and walked on the moon.1. Or so they would have you believe. For most, the basic facts are not in dispute: On May 25, 1961, President John F. Kennedy delivered a speech to a joint session of Congress on Urgent National Needs, in which he declared:2.