History of the American space program from the first liquid fueled rocket (1925) to the first Moon landing (1969.)
Kuiper throws his very own parade.
Freedom!! Sweet, sweet freedom.
Columbia, the best ship to come down the line.
And now the long way home...
Kuiper reenacts a dramatic moment in space history.
Meanwhile, at Mission Control..
Kuiper peers back at Earth.
Saturn V with whippet for scale.
Kuiper pretends to be Chris Hadfield at the Smithsonian's Destination Moon.
Kuiper poses with Tom Stafford's seat flown on Apollo 10.
Kuiper visits Gumdrop at @sandiegoairandspace.Thank you San Diego Air and Space Museum for allowing Kuiper to make a special visit!On March 3, 1969, Apollo 9 launched into orbit with James…
Kuiper tells a Christmas story.
Kuiper keeps those cards and letters coming in. On Oct 11, 1968, Apollo 7 blasted off with Wally Schirra, Walt Cunningham and Donn Eisele aboard. Their mission lasted nearly 11…
We're going to need some big engines to get to the Moon.
The sign did not, in fact, say "THIS WAY TO LUNCH."
New developments in spacesuit safety.
Kuiper honors the Apollo 1 astronauts.
Kuiper is delighted by Adler Planetarium.
Kuiper pilots a replica Gemini at OMSI.
Kuiper poses with the test command module.
Kuiper photobombs a Gemini suit prototype.
Kuiper impersonates an angry alligator.
Kuiper explains pitch, yaw and roll.
Kuiper honors the original crew of Gemini 9.
Kuiper for scale with Apollo CSM.
Kuiper performs a rendezvous with the flown Gemini 6A capsule.
Kuiper performs a rendezvous with Aslan, Gumbo and Maple.
Kuiper gets into the spirit of Gemini 5 at the National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center.
Pictures of Mars, from Mars!
America's first spacewalk!
The first appearance of corned beef in space.
Kuiper rolls for initiative.
Titan II ICBM with Kuiper for scale. Thank you @nuclear_museum for allowing Kuiper to visit. Success! We’ve managed to put a single person in orbit, keep them there for a day and…
We're going to need a bigger rocket.
My pet giraffe makes art.
And you get an integrated circuit, and you get an integrated circuit...
Kuiper learns about Kennedy's famous speech.
Kuiper takes a flying lesson.
Kuiper does Very Important Science Things™
In which we veer slightly off course.
He'll have to wait a few years.
Kuiper snoozes peacefully.
Atlas rocket with Kuiper for scale.
Kuiper takes an unexpected bath.
I'm Commander Shepard, and this is my favorite dog on the Internet.
Kuiper gets hyped about Project Mercury.
Kuiper honors the first Mercury astronaut, a chimpanzee.
Kuiper explores the site of the Very Large Array.
Kuiper visits his namesake's laboratory.
Kuiper learns about his namesake's role in Apollo.
Ike sends a message through space.
Kuiper enjoys a satellite cake.
Kuiper launches America's first satellite.
I'm not crying; you're crying.
In which the US Army lacks a sense of humor.
Wernher von Braun arrives in the US.
A concentration camp is liberated.
Kuiper uncovers a classified document.
Kuiper's cousin Sounders reaches new heights.