“First, man walked on the moon. Then, there were tweets from space, YouTube videos from space,selfiesfrom space andInstagramsfrom space.
Now, at long last, we can feast our eyes on a Vine video from space.
NASA astronaut Reid Wiseman posted the first Vine video from the International Space Station on Friday. The six second looping video shows a single Earth orbit, which usually takes 92 minutes on the ISS — but it’s just six seconds here.”
"NASA astronaut Rich Mastracchio aboard the International Space Station took a seriously impressive selfie Wednesday during an EVA—short for Extra-Vehicular Activity. That’s astronaut-ese for spacewalk.
As one might imagine, the confines of a spacesuit make it difficult to snap a proper selfie, but he was able to pull it off after a few tries.”
Well, it turns out that readjusting to terrestrial life hasn’t been quite so easy for the retired space explorer, as he playfully highlights in a new video (above). He uses the spotlight—and his iconic mustache—to bring attention to Movember, the annual month-long event aimed at raising money and awareness to help combat prostate and testicular cancer.”