Former astronaut and moon voyager Buzz Aldrin takes the world into a virtual reality tour of Mars. He wanted his film to help NASA focus on one grand plan to build a permanent settlement on the red planet.
A judge ruled that Nancy Carlson, who bought a bag of lunar sample, is the legitimate owner despite the rock being auctioned by mistake. NASA filed a case for the moon rock's returned, but the judge ruled in favor of the buyer.
Buzz Aldrin, the second man to walk on the moon was airlifted from the South Pole after his sickness worsened upon arriving in Antarctica.
NASA and Microsoft worked together to mount a virtual reality tour of the Martian surface using the HoloLens.
With social media, it's no surprise that scientists have taken some time off their laboratories and research papers and work on their virtual presence. While the Kardashians may simply be famous for being... well, famous, these science stars have their studies and insights to help boost their growing following online.