Miscellaneous NASA comedies

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Re: Miscellaneous NASA comedies

Postby SacredCowSlayer on February 10th, 2017, 5:18 am

Well gentlemen, I must sincerely thank you for this much needed comic relief. I couldn't help but wonder if this was just some gag going around when I first saw this. I'm tempted to see if I can find a person who believes this. But I probably won't.

Anyhow, it's Absolutely priceless! :lol:


Wowsers! At 9 miles high, it would have to continue upwards how many miles exactly to enter the vacuum? :wacko:

Yes their psychotic numbers are Everywhere!! It's basically a signature I guess.
I also can't help but notice them.

And Hoi,

Yes I saw the swan (with nuts, it would appear). I didn't catch the Swan Song, but that's a funny observation.


Hopefully I'll survive this busy season and be around more often- soon. I've missed this place. Hope you are all doing well. :)
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Re: Miscellaneous NASA comedies

Postby anonjedi2 on February 12th, 2017, 3:19 am


Allow me to correct you if I may. As the story goes, the soccer ball never made it to space, but rather was recovered along with 2 of the astronaut's other belongings, a football and American flag right here on Earth. You see, they managed to find all 3 items, fully intact, floating in the ocean amongst the wreckage of the Challenger.

That's right, a football, a soccer ball and an American flag. None of the 3 items were damaged from the explosion and by sheer chance all landed right in the same area to be recovered in the ocean. My guess is that they were made out of the same materials as the 9/11 hijackers' passports. :P

The soccer ball then returned to the astronaut's daughter's high school where it was signed by some school kids, to return to space and be put into orbit, 30 years. later. :rolleyes:
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Re: Miscellaneous NASA comedies

Postby Skinnylegsandall on February 23rd, 2017, 2:17 am

Here is the new Nasa comedy
from u-tube Nice Heading:

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Postby patrix on July 23rd, 2017, 8:11 am

NASA just released a bunch of "old" material on YouTube
https://motherboard.vice.com/en_us/arti ... al-footage

I have not looked at it extensively but I found this "gem"
Wtf moment at 0.15

full link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-3wkhywEAxA
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Re: Miscellaneous NASA comedies

Postby CluedIn on March 15th, 2018, 2:45 pm

Astronot Mark Kelly's DNA no longer matches his twin brother's DNA. According to NASA, Kelly’s 340 days in orbit may have ultimately activated what scientists describe as “space genes.” :P

https://nypost.com/2018/03/14/astronaut ... ical-twin/
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Re: Miscellaneous NASA comedies

Postby elmoastro on March 16th, 2018, 6:44 am

The local radio show plays some NPR syndicated shows, "All Things Considered" and "StarDate".

At some point I'd like to dig into All Things Considered as I've speculated for a long time now that the show is completely fabricated, using actors to portray the people they supposedly interview.

But the one that makes me laugh every time I hear it is the soothing voice of Sandy Wood. It's pretty incredible the speculative "facts" they spew out every day.

"StarDate debuted in 1978, making it the longest-running national radio science feature in the country. It airs on more than 300 radio stations.

StarDate tells listeners what to look for in the night sky, and explains the science, history, and skylore :lol: behind these objects. It also keeps listeners (Programmed) up to date on the latest research findings and space missions. And it offers tidbits on astronomy in the arts and popular culture, providing ways for people with diverse interests to keep up with the universe.

StarDate is a production of The University of Texas McDonald Observatory, which also produces the Spanish-language Universo Online web site and the bi-monthly StarDate magazine."

This garbage that passes as fact is one of the most ludicrous shows ever produced. No one questions their "science" and I often hear the NPR slurpers parrot out the latest astronomy wonders without ever considering that it's complete cow manure. But oh that smooth, soothing voice.

Take a listen to this bullshit: "Black Holes, Stranger than Fiction"...Stranger than fiction indeed. But you gotta love the modern classical piano and her buttery hypnotic voice. "A black hole is a science fiction writer's (wet) dream!"

full link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I7k85Ar13Pk

So many wonderful words, so much certainty, so much hyperbole:
countless, might, surmised, billions, gravity, impossible to see, concept, intrigued, gluttons, black holes, imaginary surface, event horizon, science fiction, dream, influence, won't let go, disappear, "maw", no detectable energy, accretion disk, light years, remarkable, appears, time-dilation, squeezed from side to side, gee whiz factor, infinitely dense pinpoint, laws of gravity break down so badly, event horizon, singularity, lost forever, actual size, if you squeezed the mass of the sun(!), sun isn't heavy enough, core's nuclear reaction, nuclear fuel, super nova, super-dense nutron star, infinitely dense, probably sprinkled, can't see it anymore, pipsqueaks, super massive black holes(!) - (I thought they were already infinite), even heavier!, 6.6 billion times, twice as wide as our entire solar system, one idea, collapse of giant clouds of gas, smaller building blocks, idea how, smaller stellar mass black holes, hundreds of solar masses, trillion times brighter than the sun, they can turn on again if they get enough to eat, best way to feed a black hole, black holes will feed on each other, in the future, very far future, extremely far future, Stephen Hawking (!), trillions of years, deathrows of a black hole. WOW!!!!

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Re: Miscellaneous NASA comedies

Postby pov603 on March 16th, 2018, 8:25 am

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