NASA is launching a rocket to the moon tonight, and if you look to the southern sky in southern New England around 11:37PM you’ll be able to see it. (Weather permitting, of course!)
Check it out.  NASA is launching a rocket to the moon tonight, and if you look to the southern sky in southern New England around 11:37PM you’ll be able to see it. (Weather permitting, of course!)
Check it out.  NASA is launching a rocket to the moon tonight, and if you look to the southern sky in southern New England around 11:37PM you’ll be able to see it. (Weather permitting, of course!)
Check it out. 

NASA is launching a rocket to the moon tonight, and if you look to the southern sky in southern New England around 11:37PM you’ll be able to see it. (Weather permitting, of course!)

Check it out. 

As it turns out, we all might have a little Martian in us.

Greg, however, is not an alien.

Earth, seen in 1990 as a “pale blue dot” from Voyager 1, about 3.7 billion miles away. Listen to the Boston Public Radio interview with a Voyager scientist: http://ow.ly/dIZ7F

Hurricane Isaac as seen from space. (Video.)

“I love the John Glenn model … I may call NASA in 25 years or so, and see if they’d like to send me to Mars.”
— Sally Ride on WGBH’s Greater Boston in 2002. Watch the interview.