The trans-Neptunian object originally was called Ultima Thule, which is still used by some extreme right groups.
Jessica Meir had revealed her plans about the flag to the Jewish Telegraphic Agency.
One historian said the Nazis would’ve been in favor of the designation because they “were fascinated by space and rocketships and things like that.”
“Innovative partnerships like this are going to be essential as we go forward to the Moon and create new opportunities there.”
Natalie! Jon Hamm! Space sex! Revenge! Diapers!
NASA astronaut Drew Feustel displayed a replica of a drawing titled “Moon Landscape” by Petr Ginz, a Czech teen who was killed at Auschwitz.
Astronaut Jeffrey Hoffman brought a Torah, mezuzah and menorah on his spaceflight.
Do you want to be an astronaut when you grow up? If you keep strictly kosher, you may have to rethink your plans.
NASA astronaut Barry Wilmore shot some amazing photos of Israel from on board the International Space Station. What they reveal will surprise, delight and disturb you.
We’re in a season of anniversaries and memories, many of them exceedingly melancholy: the Lehman Brothers bankruptcy that ignited the global financial crisis, September 15, 2008 (5 years ago); the World Trade Center and Pentagon attacks, September 11, 2001 (12 years ago); the outbreak of the Yom Kippur War, 10 Tishri 1973 (40 years ago by the Hebrew lunar calendar). And, wandering only a little further afield, the outbreak of World War II, September 1, 1939 (74 years ago). And, on a more ambivalent note, the signing of the Oslo Accords on the White House lawn, which was either a great hope that’s been dashed (as I believe) or a tragic error (as some of my friends and relations believe), September 13, 1993 (20 years ago).