International Space Station

Yes, This Is A Real View Of The Iss Transiting The Moon - Cnet

The International Space Station looks like it could touch the lunar surface.
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'every Day Is A Good Day When You're Floating': Anne Mcclain Talks Life In Space

Kindergartners help NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro to ask questions to astronaut Anne McClain, who is serving on the International Space Station. She says every day is a good day when you're floating.
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Oig Is Looking Into Nasa's Iss Crew Transport Plans

OIG announces an audit that will examine NASA's plans for transporting astronauts to the International Space Station.— NASA OIG (@NASAOIG) February 14, 2019
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Russia Mulls Offering Us Upgraded Space Vehicle For Lunar Orbit Station Supplies

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Russia is planning to offer the United States to deliver supplies to the future international lunar orbital station with the use of the modernized Progress-L cargo spacecraft, a Russian space industry source has told Sputnik.
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Image: Visualization Of Orbital Space Debris

This Valentine's Day, look to the skies at night and you'll see stars twinkling, a glistening Moon and perhaps even an orbiting science lab passing by, the International Space Station.
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The Space Station's New 3-d Printer Recycles Old Plastic Into Custom Tools

Last week, Northrop Grumman’s Cygnus spacecraft departed the International Space Station, having delivered a batch of new experiments and cargo. Among them was the Refabricator, a new machine that will not only make objects on demand things for...
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Happy Satellite Collision Day! It Is 10 Years Since Russia And Iridium Got Too Close For Comfort

Plus: Cygnus freighter to spray more sats across the heavens As Elon Musk crowed over the performance of SpaceX's Raptor engine and Northrop Grumman's Cygnus departed the International Space Station (ISS), debris watchers were ruing the 10th...
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Cygnus Cargo Ship Takes Out The Trash At The International Space Station

Two astronauts aboard the International Space Station sent a cargo capsule containing 5,500 lbs. (2,500 kilograms) of trash on its way today (Feb. 8); the Cygnus capsule is destined to burn up in Earth's atmosphere later this month.
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Casis Had A Board Meeting Today

Keith's note: CASIS, sometimes also known as the ISS National Laboratory (depending who you talk to), held a board meeting today in Washington, DC. In a nutshell, while they have spent a lot of money and time erasing "CASIS" from their branding,...

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Us Cargo Spacecraft Cygnus Departs From Iss (video)

WASHINGTON (Sputnik) – The US cargo spacecraft Cygnus was released on Friday from the International Space Station (ISS), NASA said.
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The Morning After: A Leaky Toilet On The Iss

Hey, good morning! You look fabulous. This morning, yet another reminder to switch on two-factor authentication on your digital services -- especially if they involve cameras. Disaster strikes the International Space Station after their toilet......
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Spacex Postpones First Crew Dragon Flight Until March 2nd

SpaceX and NASA have set a new target date for the Crew Dragon's first test flight: March 2nd. The capsule was supposed to blast off on top of a Falcon 9 rocket and head to the ISS for the first time on January 7th, but the partners rescheduled...
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Spacex, Boeing (and Nasa) Push Back 1st Test Launches Of Private Spaceships

SpaceX’s new astronaut taxi won’t make its inaugural trip to the International Space Station (ISS) this month after all.
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Astronaut Tests ‘smart’ Astroskin Jersey On Space Station

David Saint-Jacques, a Canadian Space Agency (CSA) astronaut, is testing a “smart” jersey designed to monitor vital signs in space. Saint-Jacques, who’s currently at the International Space Station (ISS), will wear the Astroskin...
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Leaking Toilet Makes Life Difficult For Space Station Crew

You can imagine that living on the International Space Station is not exactly a walk in the park. You’re sharing tiny spaces with other astronauts, supplies are limited, and there’s no gravity. The last thing you’d want is a...
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The International Space Station As A Teaching Tool

More than 2 million students have taken part in the Space Station Explorers program -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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Casis Is Changing Its Name But It Missed A Few Things

Keith's note: CASIS has decided to change its name to "ISS National Laboratory." It has filed paperwork with the state of FLorida to allow it to openly use a "fictitious name" to do business (that's what it says on the forms). Sources report that CA

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Russia To Fly Us Astronauts To Iss Ahead Of Schedule – Source

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Russia will fulfil a contract on flying the US astronauts to the International Space Station (ISS) and bringing them back on the Russian Soyuz manned spacecraft in December of 2019, a month and a half ahead of schedule, a source...
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Spotlight On Space Station Science

hough all ESA astronauts are back on Earth, European science on the International Space Station is ongoing. Explore a few experiments underway right now in celebration of science at ESA.
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Two Men Spent 340 Days In Space. Scientists Are Still Figuring Out What They've Learned

Between March 2015 and March 2016, a man spent a total of 357 hours being poked and prodded: sacrificing blood and urine, sweating through sprints and letting others read his journals — oh, and living on the International Space Station.
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