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To the moon and back: everyone loves stories from space
October 4 2018 is the date NASA astronauts will return to Earth from the International Space Station. To mark the impending voyage, we take a look at a recent space exploration of the Earth's surface.
On September 15, the ICEsat2 rocket was sent into space to orbit the world. Its mission is to measure the elevation of Earth’s surface. Over thousands of people watched the launch live on NASA’s official Facebook page. Greetings like “Hello from Australia,” “Watching from Spain,” and “Hi from Azerbaijan” filled the comment section below. A magnificent feeling, as if the whole world was watching, waiting for the countdown.
When I grow up, I want to become an Astronaut
Everybody from young to old, no matter the nationality, likes space. Throughout history, people have looked up into the sky to orientate themselves or invent stories. Magical video and pictures of space are highly sought after. At the same time, this footage is rare –– which makes it so special.
Space events attract millions of viewers
Even David Bowie knew: Space is cool