...space is for everybody. It's not just for a few people in science or math, or for a select group of astronauts. That's our new frontier out there, and it's everybody's business to know about space.
I've posted about Mars, the moon, the sun, music in space, NASA images, and I've included NASA images in posts about spirals and fireworks. I also recently included a Japanese astronaut's image in a post about self-portraits. Going to outer space has never been an aspiration of mine (I'm a bit claustrophobic), but you could say that I'm a fan.
Telescope and map of Milky Way, radio astronomy
Observing International Quiet Sun Year, issued 1965, Hungary.
Icarus Falling, issued 1968, Hungary
In memory of the astronauts Edward H. White, US, Vladimir M. Komarov, USSR, and Yuri A. Gagarian, USSR
Sergei Pavlovich Korolev (1907-1966), leader of the Soviet space program, issued 1969, USSR
American Lunar Rover on the moon, Apollo 15 moon mission (July 26 - August 7, 1971), issued 1972, Hungary
Intercosmos, issued 1980, USSR.
Marking the 150th anniversary of the Pulkovo Astronomical Observatory (the first telescope and a modern large radio telescope observatory), issued 1989, USSR.
Stamp of Moldova, issued 2000
Astronaut, la Catedral Nueva de Salamanca, Spain
photo by Tamorlan
* National Geographic's Space Exploration Time Line
* Women in Space History from the National Archives
* Visions of the Universe: Four Centuries of Discovery
* The Radio JOVE Project: Solar and Planetary Radio Astronomy for Schools