Great news for fans of the Space Shuttle STS-134 YouTube has partnered with NASA for a live interview with the crew of the upcoming Endeavour voyage that will be streamed from space. The interview, which will be conducted by PBS’s Miles O’Brien, will consist of questions submitted by YouTube users via Google Moderator. Commander Mark Kelly

I have always been fascinated by space and more so by space flight. This month marks two big anniversaries! NASA is celebrating the 30th anniversary of the first space shuttle launch, which happened on April 12, 1981 – the same date on which Russian astronaut Yuri Gagarin became the first man in space, 20 years earlier. Check out NASA’s

Dust ground off icy bodies in the Kuiper Belt, the cold-storage zone that includes Pluto and millions of other objects, creates a faint infrared disk potentially visible to alien astronomers looking for planets around the sun. Neptune’s gravitational imprint on the dust is always detectable in new simulations of how this dust moves through the

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I have always been inspired by space exploration. NASA’s Mike Massimino talks with members of the shuttle Discovery crew and their support teams to learn how they are training and preparing for their upcoming mission to the International Space Station. Via NASA Television on YouTube

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