Space

Pale Blue Dot

Few words are needed for this video, it's just a great reminder that we're all in this together.  Carl Sagan commissioned the "Pale Blue Dot" photo from NASA in 1990.  Voyager 1, having just completed its primary mission and on its way out of the solar system, was turned around to photograph the Earth.  At the time, Voyager 1 was approximately 3.7 billion miles away.
 

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Otaku Files: Giddy Up Space Cowboys!

 

 
The other day, I found myself intentionally distracted by the late night television block on Cartoon Network entitled Adult Swim. If you haven't caught on to this craze yet, tune in to Cartoon Network at around 9PM every night of the week. Here's the schedule site: Adult Swim Schedule. Kids, ask your parents.


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Apollo 11 Anniversary

This week marks the 40th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission to the moon. Were you watching it live as the images were beamed back to Earth on July 20, 1969? Maybe you have never seen the original broadcast.  If you would like to see it again, or for the first time, you can now view NASA’s restored clips of the transmission online.  

If you're curious to know more about the Apollo 11 mission, check out these titles from the HCPL catalog:

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