International Space Station

Two Astronauts Conduct A Successful Spacewalk, World+dog Lose Minds

Also: ESA hopes for parachute joy, NASA veteran is put out to orbital pasture Roundup  Last week the International Space Station celebrated its first all-woman spacewalk, ESA politely asked NASA for some help with parachutes and boffins said...
Related topics: Astronaut, European Space Agency, NASA, Space

Read More →

Nasa Aims For Mars Landings In 2035 While Building Support For Lunar Gateway

NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine is looking to land humans on Mars in the 2030s as he recruits partners of the International Space Station to help the agency land humans on the moon by 2024.
Related topics: NASA, Space, Mars, Moon

Read More →

Time-lapse Captured From The International Space Station

400 photos. 11 minutes. That’s what it took to create this time-lapse of the Earth and stars as the International Space Station over Namibia toward the Red Sea. NASA astronaut Christina Koch captured these images. It’s obvious that the...
Related topics: Space, Science Photos, NASA, Astronaut

Read More →

Space Mice And Robots Among Latest Science Heading Into Space From Wallops Island

Space mice, radiation vests, robotic avatars and recycling polymers for 3-D printers are among the science experiments bound for the International Space Station on the next commercial resupply mission from Virginia.
Related topics: Space, Robots

Read More →

Why Spacesuit Design Choices — Not Women’s Physiques — Delayed The First All-female Spacewalk

NASA astronauts Jessica Meir (L) and Christina Koch (R), preparing to leave the International Space Station for the first all-female spacewalk | Image: NASA “Men are definitely not inherently better.” Continue reading…
Related topics: NASA, Space, Astronaut

Read More →

Trump Congratulates Female Us Spacewalking Tag Team For Making History

WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - US President Donald Trump spoke with the first all-female spacewalking team as they fixed a broken airlock while floating outside the International Space Station, offering congratulations for the history-making event.
Related topics: Donald Trump, Space

Read More →

The 1st All-woman Spacewalk: Photos, Videos And Celebratory Tweets

NASA astronauts Christina Koch and Jessica Meir ventured outside the International Space Station early this morning (Oct. 18) to embark on the first spacewalk in history to be conducted entirely by women.
Related topics: Science Photos, Science Videos, NASA, Space, Astronaut

Read More →

Watch A Livestream Of The First All-women Spacewalk

Two female astronauts are making history right now and you can watch it happen live. NASA’s Christina H. Koch and Jessica Meir have teamed up for an all-female spacewalk outside the International Space Station to replace a faulty battery charger....
Related topics: Astronaut, NASA, Space

Read More →

Bosch Soundsee Module Heads To The Iss To Gauge System Health

Bosch has announced that it has a new sensor that is set to lift off to the ISS called SoundSee. The SoundSee modules is about the size of a lunchbox and has microphones intended to analyze sounds aboard the ISS to gauge system health. The...

Read More →

The First All-female Spacewalk Is Underway – Watch Live Right Here

NASA astronauts Christina Koch and Jessica Meir are making history today. The pair are currently carrying out the first all-female spacewalk in the history of the International Space Station, performing some much-needed maintenance on the high-tech...
Related topics: NASA, Space, Astronaut

Read More →

Bosch Will Test Its A.i.-powered, Sound-seeing Technology In Space

SoundSee will ride around the International Space Station on a floating robot called AstroBee. It will perform sound checks, and monitor some of the onboard equipment using a microphone and A.I.
Related topics: Space, Robots

Read More →

Bosch’s New ‘ear’ For The Space Station’s Astrobee Robot Will Let It ‘hear’ Potential...

Bosch is set to launch a new AI-based sensor system to the International Space Station that could change the way astronauts and ground crew monitor the ISS’s continued healthy operation. The so-called “SoundSee” module will be...
Related topics: Space, Robots, Astronaut

Read More →

How To Watch Nasa’s First All-female Spacewalk On The Iss Online

NASA's first all-female spacewalk will take place outside of the International Space Station on Friday -- and you can watch the whole thing live right here on Earth.
Related topics: NASA, Space

Read More →

Some Assembly Required As Dream Chaser Mini-shuttle's Empty Husk Arrives In Colorado

Sierra Nevada Corporation eagerly awaits other bits to come in the post Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC) has wheeled out the first production version of its Dream Chaser spacecraft ahead of a 2021 mission to the International Space Station.…
Related topics: Space Shuttle, Spacecrafts, Space

Read More →

Boeing's Starliner Spacecraft Preps For Test Flights Ahead Of Bringing Astronauts To Iss

Boeing's Starliner capsule. (Credit: NASA) NASA has confirmed that the aerospace company Boeing is pushing forward with their new Starliner crew capsule, which aims to ferry astronauts to the International Space Station (ISS) in 2020. But before...
Related topics: Boeing, Spacecrafts, Astronaut, NASA, Space

Read More →

Tips For Puking In Microgravity And Staying Healthy In Space

To avoid medical debacles in orbit, don’t forget your quarantine or daily trips to the zero-g gym aboard the ISS.

Read More →

Nasa Moves Up 1st All-female Spacewalk To This Week

NASA astronauts Christina Koch and Jessica Meir will venture outside the International Space Station on Thursday or Friday (Oct. 17 or Oct. 18), agency officials said.
Related topics: NASA, Space, Astronaut

Read More →

Russia Wants To Remove Space Robot’s Legs, Give It Wheels, Send It To The Moon

Enlarge / Will Russia really send a centaur-like robot to the Moon? (credit: Roscosmos) Back in mid-August, the Russian space corporation Roscosmos launched a humanoid robot to the International Space Station to determine the suitability of its...
Related topics: Space, Robots, Moon

Read More →

Astronauts Need Your Help To Fight Light Pollution

The Iberian Peninsula at night, showing Spain and Portugal (via NASA) Light pollution isn’t just an issue on Earth: For astronauts peering out an International Space Station window, city lights appear brighter than stars. To...
Related topics: Astronaut, NASA, Space

Read More →

Boeing Aims To Launch Unpiloted Starliner Test Flight To Space Station In December

Boeing has set a new launch date for the first orbital flight of its new commercial crew vehicle that will soon begin ferrying astronauts to and from the International Space Station.
Related topics: Boeing, Space, Astronaut

Read More →
What is noozilla?
Noozilla is an independent news aggregation service with a categorization engine that categorizes millions of news stories by subject.