Standard procedure for the Soyuz spacecraft he was riding in dictates that no extra weight can be aboard the descent module during reentry. By taking these photos, Nespoti didn’t just bid farewell to the Space Shuttle—after capturing the footage, he left his equipment aboard the orbital module, dooming them to fiery destruction in the Earth’s atmosphere.
Why This Is The Last Photo Ever Taken By This Camera
Trending Stories Right Now
This week, Amazon rolled out three major updates to its artificially intelligent speaker, which make it a fantastic tool for stoners. You can now order a Domino's pizza, stream music from Spotify, and hail an Uber all by yelling commands at your Amazon Echo.
There were a lot of options the food markets in 1960 didn't have that we do, like a baffling array of Oreo flavours, or tube-encased yogurts. But there's one change that's bigger than the explosion in novelty-food choices.
Bop It, the memory game that has you recreating a pattern of actions, is one of those toys that feels like it's been around forever. The same goes for the classic cup and ball game, which probably predates your grandparents, and is now being given a second life thanks to Bop It's inventor.