Astronauts Open Up About Depression and Isolation in Space

Astronauts Open Up About Depression and Isolation in Space

It can be depressing sometimes if you're not careful,” said Canadian astronaut David Saint-Jacques through a livestreamed broadcast from the International Space Station, as he joined the opening of Health in Space: Daring to Explore .

When Worlds Collide

When Worlds Collide

More thought, money, and passion have gone into sharing knowledge with possible extraterrestrials in deep space than to our own fellow humans who are right here living beside us.

Brains of Astronauts Show Deterioration Similar to Aging

Brains of Astronauts Show Deterioration Similar to Aging

“The white matter changes were primarily in regions that control movement and process sensory inputs,” said Rachael Seidler, a professor of applied physiology and kinesiology at the University of Florida, and a coauthor of the study.

Pink and her family went to Disneyland, and the pictures are adorable

Pink and her family went to Disneyland, and the pictures are adorable

Not only do we get to see the smiling parents with little Jameson on a ride, if you click on the photos you can scroll through other goofy wackiness with daughter Willow.