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Thousands of images from NASA's Apollo missions make it to Flickr

Over the past few months, NASA's been showing us a ton of stunning images of Pluto. And if you thought that was captivating, wait until you see what else has made it onto the web. On Friday, Project Apollo Archive took to Flickr to publish more than 8,400 high-resolution images from NASA's missions …

Apollo Missions

NASA releases thousands of photos from Apollo moon missions

Photos<p>NASA has released thousands of unprocessed photographs from the Apollo missions of the 1960s and '70s — including all the images ever taken …

Moon Missions

Relive Orion's deep-space test flight in pictures and videos

On December 5th, NASA's Orion capsule successfully lifted off from its platform at Cape Canaveral in Florida, reaching a max altitude of 3,600 miles in outer space. During the four-and-a-half hour test flight, it entered the Van Allen radiation belt, orbited the planet, survived its fiery re-entry …

The Feynman Lectures on Physics

Contributions from many parties have enabled and benefitted the creation of the HTML edition of <i>The Feynman Lectures on Physics</i>. We wish to …

FLP Vol. I Table of Contents

McMoon's and the Lunar Orbiter Image Recovery Project

If you've ever used Street View on Google Maps to preview an unfamiliar travel destination, then you'll understand the reasoning behind NASA's Lunar Orbiter missions during the late '60s. The space probes were doing reconnaissance and beamed back 160 pairs of images covering a total of 12,000 …

Revisiting the Apollo 11 Moon landing 45 years later

Today marks the 45th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission where Buzz Aldrin, Neil Armstrong and Michael Collins made their trip to the Moon. Sure, you could say that there's likely more tech in our pockets than what was used to allow those three to meet their lunar destiny. For whatever reason, …

What you need to know about the Apollo 11 moon landing

Neil Armstrong, the first human being to set foot on another celestial body, misspoke his historic line. "That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind," as it turns out, was missing a crucial letter when Armstrong spoke it to a live audience back on Earth. What he was <i>supposed</i> to say as …

Rim Widths 2014

It’s that time of the year again – time for an update on the world of triathlon and road rim specifications. Previous articles can be found here - …

Triathlons

Things that roll

Let's talk about wheels and tires. In fact, let's talk about it all week. It's race wheels I'm writing about and it's about wheel and tire selection, …

How To Change Mountain Bike Grips

Friday Five: Carving Turns

The patent-pending B.A.T.H.E technique to turning<p><i>By Seb Kemp</i><p>Corners are the cornerstone of mountain biking (*vomits* sorry, I couldn't help myself). …

Bike-Washing Tips From the Pros

Five cleaning secrets from the experts<p>"Cut off the top of a plastic water bottle. Fill it with a water-based degreaser, like Simple Green, and place it in your seat-tube bottle cage (for easy access). Use a paintbrush to apply the degreaser to the chain. Finish by holding a soapy sponge around the …

Front Derailleur How-To

Triathlons

How To Ride Like The Pros: Cycling No Handed

Top 10 human moments in Olympic history

Excellence, Friendship and Respect: These are the values which the Olympic Games celebrate. And to honour Olympic Day, here’s part one of a …

Top 10

Wheel Truing How-To

Triathlons

Power2Max Power Meter In-Depth Review

The Power2Max is one of the newest crank-based power meters on the market today. Its price point is a bit lower than most other crank-based power …