Most individuals transfixed by the cosmos know what it’s like to fall into an internet black hole of space imagery and articles. Now, thanks to NASA, a 140,000 file database of photos, videos and audio is available. NASA refers to this search engine and its media as a living website. New materials will continue to be added, allowing visitors to search outer space with the click of a button. One can toggle between moon craters and stars, and even astronaut selfies. It’s a great way to get lost in celestial magnificence, from the comfort of your home or office.