Category Archives: Aerospace Videos

Even before John Glenn circled the Earth in Mercury Friendship 7 on February 20th, 1962, people have been recording films and videos of our spectacular achievements in space exploration. Here’s a few of our favorites.

Dr. Ed Stone, Lead Voyager Scientist Interview & Award

Dr. Ed Stone, who has worked on the program since its inception, was interviewed on The Colbert Report about his role in the two Voyager missions.   He was then presented the Distinguished Public Service Medal for a lifetime of scientific achievement by Stephen on behalf of NASA.


Neil deGrasse Tyson Unveils a Dazzling Preview of the New Cosmos

Cosmos 2014 main title  There’s a big science show coming out this fall on Fox: a sequel of sorts to Carl Sagan’s ground-breaking PBS series Cosmos.  The new Cosmos is produced by Sagan’s widow Ann Druyan, who co-wrote and produced the original series with her husband and Steven Soter. Neil deGrasse Tyson is a well-known  astrophysicist and science communicator who […]


Voyager 1 Outlives The Death Of The Sun In Mesmerizing CG Short

Stardust, a short film, shows the Voyager 1 spacecraft witnessing the beauty and destruction of stellar objects in outer space.  The film, produced by PostPanic in Amsterdam, was made to pay tribute to their colleague, Dutch graphic designer Arjan Groot, 39, who died on July 16, 2011 from cancer. The soundtrack is now available for purchase, […]


3 Years Of The Sun In 3 Minutes

Watch 3 years of solar activity in this 3 minute time-lapse video.  The images are from the Solar Dynamics Observatory spacecraft orbiting Earth.