ESA astronaut Thomas Pesquet tweeted this photo of his friends’ wedding rings, which will be returned to Earth in May. (Photo source: Thomas Pesquet/ European Space Agency)
This Summer a special couple will receive a wedding gift that’s truly out of this world.
European Space Agency astronaut Thomas Pesquet, who has been aboard the International Space Station since November, posted photo to social media of two wedding rings floating in micro gravity.
The flight engineer from France tweeted that he carried in his personal items the wedding bands of two friends tying the knot this Summer. Continue reading
My Instagram account features the people and places that capture my attention.
I’ve curated some of my favorites into a series of posts I’m calling ‘My Instagram Top 10.’
Click below to see a photo collection featuring aircraft, automobiles, and trains.
For the last few years, I’ve had the great privilege to be invited to judge the Official Texas Gumbo Cook-off. As a native of south Louisiana, it’s always a real treat to sample some familiar cuisine, take-in live music from an authentic Cajun band, and spend time telling stories with great people.
Click the video below to check out what goes into the competition!
Debris found on a Brazoria County beach is reportedly from a rocket launched from South America. (Source: Freeport Police Department)
Debris that washed ashore along the south Texas coast has been identified as part of a rocket, according to law enforcement.
A police officer made the discovery last week while investigating a report of possible airplane or boat debris being found at a Brazoria County beach.
The large rectangular object is believed to be debris from a rocket launched from South America last month. Freeport Police Department notified the U.S. Coast Guard, NASA, Federal Aviation Administration, and the U.S. State Department, after making the mysterious find.
“It clearly did not burn up on reentry, landed in the ocean, and floated all the way here to Freeport,” the department posted on Facebook. “It is not dangerous, except for the smell of dying barnacles that called it home for the past two weeks.” Continue reading