Ready to escape?
Time travel and teleportation are not options (yet).
In the meantime, reading is probably your best option – and reading for space is even better.
NASA may not come to your mind when you think of which book to read next, but the Space Agency offers dozens of free ebooks on space, science, aeronautics, and exploration history.
If you're curious about the history of space travel, check out books on the Hubble Space Telescope, NASA science facilities, and the Space Shuttle Program.
There are other esoteric stories: Study Emblems, such as examining the history of NASA's logo and those of its predecessor, the National Aeronautical Advisory Committee and "Rockets and Humans, Volume 1" is Boris Chertok's memoir , a Russian who designs missiles for Soviet space
Aeronautics is well represented in the collection too.
Watch out for books on the North American X-15, a rocket-powered research aircraft; the sound boom; and even influential space damage.
The collection also includes books about NASA itself and specific guides for researchers wishing to conduct experiments on the International Space Station.
Ebooks open the agency's lid and make electronic readers. , the screens of smartphones and computers feel a bit more Space Age, so to speak.
They are available in formats that work with Nooks, Kindles and other platforms or simply as PDF files.
Visit NASA.gov/connect/ eBooks to see the full collection.