A Last in our Lifetime event on This Week @NASA


NASA Television helped observe the last transit of Venus we’ll see here on Earth until 2117 by showcasing live-streaming Websites the world over, including observations made by scientists in central Australia, by the NASA Edge team, stationed atop the Mauna Kea Observatory in Hawaii, by scientists at NASA Headquarters and other NASA Centers around the country. Also, development of technologies to enable exploration of extreme environments such as those found on Venus, The Voyage of Space Shuttle Enterprise concludes in New York, Girl Scouts Rock at NASA Headquarters, Development of inflatable spacecraft and the NASA family mourns the passing of Ray Bradbury, one of our era’s greatest and most noted science fiction/fantasy writers.

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  1. Exactly he made the assumption that medical science couldn't extended our life expectancy to 200 years old!

    Next time, i'll be watching from the moon with clearer view! At least that's no cloud! Unlike June 8th, 2012 in Sydney Australia!

  2. Did anyone see anything wrong with that "inflatable spacecraft" segment between 8:14 & 8:50? The pyro-cutters "don't explode or anything", "the bag started to unzip and paused – so we got excited for a minute", "the inflatable came out", "that was much relief to the engineers", "also performing well during the test – the thermal blanket which will protect the inflatable from the forces & heat of atmospheric entry – LMAO!!! 😀

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