International Space Station

Russia Is Sending Creepy Humanoid Robot Fedor To The Iss - Cnet

Fedor once toted guns in a video, so this should be fun.
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Sierra Nevada's Dream Chaser Space Plane Could Launch Astronauts One Day

The Dream Chaser space plane continues to eye future crewed trips to the International Space Station, despite the plane's cargo focus.
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Nasa To Seek Review Of International Space Station As National Laboratory

NASA has ordered a review of the nonprofit organization that oversees the U.S. laboratory on the International Space Station to evaluate its commercial strengths and weaknesses.
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Astronaut Performs First-ever Dj Set From Space

ISS astronaut Luca Parmitano performs the first-ever electronic music set in space, with revellers dancing on a cruise boat in the Mediterranean.       
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Italian Astronaut Parmitano To Become First Space Dj In History - Esa (photo)

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Italian astronaut Luca Parmitano on Tuesday will create an electronic music broadcast from the International Space Station (ISS), becoming the first DJ in space, the European Space Agency (ESA) said on Monday.
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See Nasa Astronauts Test Out Spacex's Sleek New Spacesuits

NASA astronauts tested out SpaceX’s spacesuits as part of a training event in preparation for the highly-anticipated Crew Dragon's launch to the ISS next year.       
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Watch: Cygnus Cargo Spacecraft Is Leaving The Iss

After delivering supplies to the space station a few months ago, a Cygnus spacecraft is returning to Earth on Aug. 6. (Photo Credit: NASA) After spending a couple of months at the International Space Station (ISS), a Cygnus cargo...
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Roscosmos: Skybot Fedor, Flying To Iss, Is Very Sociable, Has Sense Of Humour

Roscosmos will send Skybot F-850, a humanoid robot formerly known as FEDOR, into space on 22 August. For the first time in history, the humanoid will take the spaceship commander’s chair.
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Tiny Robot 'bumbles' Through The Air Aboard Space Station

In June, Bumble the Astrobee took its first flight in microgravity aboard the International Space Station.
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Waiting For Amos: Spacex Delays Satellite Launch As It Tries Hard Not To Blow This One Up

Also: ISS traffic, Intelsat results and India swings ever closer to the Moon Roundup  Space fans enjoyed a busy week thanks to a plethora of spacecraft attached to the International Space Station, India continuing its journey to the Moon and SpaceX...
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See The Moment The Space Station Photobombs A Solar Eclipse

Watch the International Space Station's photobomb of a solar eclips. Check out photos and video captured by NASA photographer, Joel Kowsky.       
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Maciej Cegloski (2005): A Rocket To Nowhere: Weekend Reading

Maciej Cegloski (August 3, 2005): A Rocket To Nowhere: "The Space Shuttle Discovery is up in orbit, safely docked to the International Space Station, and for the next five days, astronauts will be busy figuring out whether it's safe for...
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Space Photos Of The Week: A Trip For Thee To Galaxies Three

Plus: The Hubble, the ISS, and a red moon rising.
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Aerosol Emissions May Not Cool The Planet As Much As We Thought

Enlarge / Taken on August 2, 2018, by an astronaut on the International Space Station, this image shows a pyrocumulus cloud rising from the Ferguson fire near Yosemite National Park. (credit: NASA / Flickr) While humans have been enthusiastically...
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Pi In The Sky As Esa Starts Testing Encrypted Comms On International Space Station

Straight outta launchin' -the name is ICE Cube- for a game called encryption at altitude The European Space Agency (ESA) unveiled an experiment it hopes will overcome the problems that prevent encrypted communications between the Earth and orbiting...
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Cryptographic Ice Cube Tests Orbital Cybersecurity Protocols Aboard The Iss

Encryption in space can be tricky. Even if you do everything right, a cosmic ray might come along and flip a bit, sabotaging the whole secure protocol. So if you can’t radiation-harden the computer, what can you do? European Space Agency...
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Russia Just Completed A Particularly Speedy Resupply Run To The International Space Station

It was just a few days ago that SpaceX shot one of its Dragon cargo ships into space, and it was packed with supplies for the crew of the International Space Station. Now, Russia has done the same with its Progress 73 cargo vessel, only this time it...
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Russian Spaceship Brings 3 Tons Of Supplies To Space Station

An unmanned Russian spaceship carrying tons of supplies to the International Space Station has docked with the orbiting laboratory.
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Russian Progress Ms-12 Cargo Spacecraft Docks International Space Station

Russia's Soyuz-2.1a carrier rocket with Progress MS-12 cargo spacecraft was successfully launched from the Baikonur cosmodrome to the International Space Station (ISS) earlier in the day.
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Russia Launches Progress 73 Cargo Ship On Speedy Flight To Space Station

The Russian-built Progress 73 cargo ship launched to the International Space Station Wednesday (July 31) on a 4-hour trek to the orbiting laboratory.
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