International Space Station

Lego Is Releasing An International Space Station Set. The Company Sent It Into The Stratosphere In...

Lego's International Space Station set is slated to go on sale in February. A marketing stunt carried it into the stratosphere.
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Casis Independent Review Team Update

Statement From ISS National Lab Chief Operating Officer Ken Shields: pic.twitter.com/CGwkW8dtBL— ISS National Lab (@ISS_CASIS) January 21, 2020
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Lego Iss International Space Station Released For Real

The LEGO Ideas ISS (International Space Station) was revealed as a build-ready, in-store, consumer-ready set this week. This build was made on the micro-level, which means it’s got a pair of 2 astronaut microfigures that’ll live in the...
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Spacex Ponders Its Next Mission To Blot Out The Sun With Another 60 Starlink Sats

Also: ISS batteries changed, Virgin's fleet grows, Rocket Lab makes nod to crap sitcom, and more Roundup  Welcome back to The Register's weekly roundup of stories from the world of rockets and orbital shenanigans.…
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Astronauts Honor Martin Luther King, Jr. And Replace Iss Batteries On 3rd All-woman Spacewalk

Two astronauts completed battery replacements and honored the legacy of the late Martin Luther King, Jr. while working outside of the International Space Station on what marked the third all-woman spacewalk today (Jan. 20).
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Spacex In 'perfect' Test Of Crew Dragon Emergency Abort System

SpaceX successfully tested its emergency abort system on an unmanned spacecraft moments after launch Sunday, according to a live broadcast of the event, the last major test before it plans to send NASA astronauts to the International Space Station.
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Boeing Shares Epic View From Starliner Crew Capsule On Its Way To Orbit - Cnet

The new spacecraft didn't quite make it to the International Space Station, but it was still a fantastic journey.
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Crew Dragon Abort Test Is Scheduled For Saturday Morning

On Saturday morning, Jan. 18th, 2020, SpaceX and NASA will be conducting the in-flight abort test of the Crew Dragon, bringing it one step closer to sending astronauts to the ISS. The post Crew Dragon Abort Test is Scheduled for Saturday Morning...
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Iss Astronaut Drinks Urine To Demonstrate Water Purification System [watch]

A video previously released by the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) showed an astronaut aboard the International Space Station (ISS) drinking recycled urine. The video was made to show how the station’s water purification system works. The video, which...
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Astronauts Upgrade Space Station Batteries In Second All-woman Spacewalk

The second all-female spacewalk in history continued the work of the first, as NASA astronauts Jessica Meir and Christina Koch upgraded batteries outside of the International Space Station.
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Nasa Astronauts Are Taking The Second All-woman Spacewalk Today. Watch It Live!

Two NASA astronauts are taking a spacewalk outside the International Space Station today (Jan. 15), and you can watch all the action live online.
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How To Watch Nasa's Upcoming Spacewalks To Fix The Iss

The next three spacewalks will complete fixes to the space station’s solar panels and Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer particle detector.
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How To Watch Nasa's Upcoming Spacewalks To Fix The Iss

The next three spacewalks will complete fixes to the space station’s solar panels and Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer particle detector.
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New Australia Fire Images Snapped From Space Show Immense Ash Cloud - Cnet

ISS astronauts have never "seen fires at such terrifying scale."
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Is Et Watching Us? ‘orbs’ Swarming Around Spacex Ship, Leaving Iss, Excites Conspiracy Theorists

Elon Musk’s cargo rocket boosting Starlink satellites into orbit have already tickled the nerves of YouTube alien hunters after one of them spotted something strange passing by on the SpaceX Falcon 9 launch livestream. According to him, a winged...
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Mini Space Station Keeps Tabs On The Real One

Over the years, we’ve seen a number of projects that can blink an LED or otherwise notify you when the International Space Station is overhead. It’s a neat trick that brings space a little closer to home, but not exactly a groundbreaking...
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Researchers Take Exploration Of Key 'building Block' Particles Into Space

As part of SpaceX's CRS-19 resupply mission to the International Space Station (ISS) launched Dec. 5, researchers from NASA, New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) and New York University (NYU) are set to begin a new scientific investigation to...
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‘mighty Mice’ That Traveled To The Space Station Are Now Back On Earth

Unless you're incredibly fit, smart, and young, there's very little chance you'd even make it into NASA's astronaut training program, much less have an opportunity to fly to the International Space Station. That's a fact that's going to sting a littl
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Why Is It So Hard For Nasa To Explain What Iss Does?

The correct answer is about 2,100!Learn more about the results of more than 20 years of station research here: https://t.co/U6LSw3BkPP pic.twitter.com/38ySJMvjpP— ISS Research (@ISS_Research) January 7, 2020 Keith's note: This tweet refers...
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Space Station May Have Many Commercial Suitors In Its Final Years

How close is the International Space Station to an endgame? Commercial providers recently discussed the possibility as they talked about capitalizing on a new commercial direction for the station.
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