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Two minutes into his first trip to space last Thursday, US astronaut Nick Hague found himself thinking how smoothly the flight was going. "It was everything I expected it to be," he told NASA director Jim Bridenstine at Johnson Space Center on Tuesday. All was going according to plan. The Kansas native, selected by NASA to be an astronaut in 2013, was finally heading to the International Space Station. Alongside him in the cramped quarters of the Soyuz MS-10 spacecraft's capsule was Russian... [Read More]
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Former NASA astronaut Leroy Chiao, who commanded the International Space Station, discusses "First Man" and what it's like to a real-life space traveler. [Read More]
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An cosmonaut flies a vacuum cleaner on board the International Space Station. [Read More]
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Tim Peake returns to Earth as the first British astronaut to live on the International Space Station, and he's managed to squeeze a lot into his six months in space... [Read More]
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Astronaut Scott Kelly arrives safely back to Earth after his stint on board the International Space Station - but how has living in space affected him? [Read More]
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ON OCTOBER 11TH two travellers to the International Space Station became the first astronauts to be rescued in mid-flight by a spacecraft's escape system. Their Soyuz launch rocket got into trouble when jettisoning its first stage. [Read More]
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Space is the future of science experimentation. That was the theme of second Dean's Lecture Series from the Charles V. Schaefer, Jr. School of Engineering and Science at Stevens Institute of Technology. Held on Wednesday, October 17 in DeBaun Auditorium, the lecture was an inspiring call to action for faculty and student researchers to consider the International Space Station as their next laboratory. [Read More]
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A Russian Soyuz spacecraft has crash landed after an attempted launch to the International Space Station, which may throw a wrench in space flight plans... [Read More]
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In the aftermath of a failed launch to the International Space Station, NASA astronaut Nick Hague is being praised for his ability to handle the high-pressure situation by his peers. [Read More]
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NASA Wallops announces a new customer for Virginia's spaceport: Rocket Lab. Till now, only Northrop Grumman (formerly Orbital ATK) has been using the spacesport, launching resupply missions to the International Space Station. [Read More]
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The recent accident during the launch of the Soyuz MS-10 booster to the International Space Station on October 11 occurred because of a technical error... [Read More]
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Astronaut Nick Hague was ready for a mission that would send him and cosmonaut Aleksey Ovchinin to the International Space Station to join a crew of three that were already on board the station. ... [Read More]
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Astronaut Nick Hague was ready for a mission that would send him and cosmonaut Aleksey Ovchinin to the International Space Station to join a crew of three that were already on board the station. ... [Read More]
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A NASA astronaut who graduated from the Air Force Academy says he's lucky to be alive after an emergency landing shortly after launching for the International Space Station. [Read More]
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Russian officials say a spacewalk to inspect a hole that caused air leak in the International Space Station will now take place in December. The spacewalk was delayed following last week's aborted launch of the Soyuz which required an emergency rescue of a NASA astronaut and a Russian cosmonaut. [Read More]
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Nick Hague and cosmonaut Alexey Ovchinin were not hurt during the failed launch to the International Space Station by a Russian rocket.        ... [Read More]
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Air Force colonel and NASA astronaut Nick Hague launched today for his first space mission to the International Space Station on a Russian Soyuz spacecraft, but the booster he was riding had other ideas.,... [Read More]
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On Thurs., Oct. 11, 2018, Nick Hague's planned launch to the International Space Station aboard a Soyuz spacecraft ended minutes later in a safe landing on Earth, after an issue... [Read More]
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One of the ship's boosters failed minutes into a flight to the International Space Station, but emergency systems brought Air Force Col. Nick Hague and a Russian cosmonaut to a safe landing. [Read More]
Russian cosmonaut Aleksey Ovchinin says the force he felt during a Soyuz emergency landing last week was like having a concrete block on his chest. Ovchinin and U.S. astronaut Nick Hague spoke separately Tuesday about their frightening experience when an unknown mishap caused their Russian Soyuz to abort its mission 60 kilometers (37 miles) above Kazakhstan. The spacecraft was on its way to the International Space Station when the emergency lights flashed in the cabin just minutes into the flight. "There was no time to be nervous because we had to work," Ovchinin... [Read More]
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