1. I love my job because of reasons.

    (Source: TIME)

  2. Osama bin Laden is dead and General Motors is building spaceships, apparently.


  4. If you need some cheering up, here’s a dog dressed as NASA’s Mars Curiosity Rover.

  5. NASA’s latest Rapid Scan of Sandy. It’s huge.

  6. nbcnews:

    Soyuz launches new crew toward International Space Station

    (Photo: Bill Ingalls / NASA via AP)

    A Soyuz rocket launched an American astronaut, two Russian cosmonauts and 32 small fish into orbit Tuesday, kicking off a five-month mission to the International Space Station for the human and aquatic explorers.

    So long, and thanks for all the fish!

    (via nbcnews)

  7. MSNBC reports that spacejumper Felix Baumgartner “traveled faster than the speed of light.” Oops.

    (Posted by @bendimiero)

  8. theatlantic:

    In Focus: A Space Shuttle on the Streets of Los Angeles

    The space shuttle Endeavour is on its last mission today, a 12-mile creep through Los Angeles city streets on a 160-wheeled carrier. It is passing through neighborhoods and strip malls, headed toward its final destination, the California Science Center in South Los Angeles. At times, the shuttle has barely cleared trees, houses and and street signs along a course heavily prepared for the trip. The move will cost an estimated $10 million, according to the Exposition Park museum. Gathered here are a few images of Endeavour’s last journey.

    See more. [Images: Getty Images, AP]

  9. ethanklapper:



  10. Joe Biden thinks #SpaceJump was total malarkey.

    (Make your own on Upworthy)