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A rare shot of a Canadian lynx, a uniquely terrifying glimpse of a raven and an awe-inspiring portrait of the International Space Station shooting through the Alberta night sky... [Read More]
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The International Space Station will host a test of computer hardware that's vital for any future missions to Mars. [Read More]
ABC7 News and Weather online for Southwest Florida, serving Lee, Collier, Charlotte, Desoto, Glades and Hendry counties... [Read More]
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While Hurricane Maria slammed Puerto Rico with pounding rainfall and dangerously strong winds yesterday (Sept. 20), astronauts at the International Space Station experienced the storm from a far more serene location roughly 250 miles above Earth. [Read More]
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Scott Kelly on what freaked him out—and what drove him crazy—during his record-setting year on the International Space Station. [Read More]
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Former Whitehead Fellow and recent International Space Station resident Kate Rubins gives a public talk at MIT and engages with the next generation of scientists and engineers. [Read More]
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Mark Vande Hei is a graduate of Benilde-St. Margaret High School and St. John's University ... [Read More]
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NASA Astronaut Joe Acaba was preparing in Russia for his launch to the International Space Station while his home in the Houston area flooded from Hurricane Harvey. [Read More]
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Boeing Co. and SpaceX are relying on the tried-and-true design as the two companies each develop spacecraft under NASA contracts to ferry astronauts to the International Space Station. [Read More]
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This NASA photo taken from the International Space Station shows crop circles in southwest Egypt's Sahara Desert. The crops thrive in the middle of the desert thanks to either secret alien technology or the amazing underground Nubian Sandstone Aquifer System that covers two million square kilometers. From the NASA Earth Observatory: The crop circles are a result of center-pivot irrigation, an efficient method for water conservation in agriculture. Groundwater from the Nubian aquifer is drawn up from wells in the center of the circles, and it is sprayed or dripped out of long, rotating... [Read More]
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NASA posted footage of the monster storm from the International Space Station... [Read More]
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This is what Hurricane Maria looked like from the International Space Station.        ... [Read More]
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An alumnus of a west metro high school and St. John's University is scheduled to blast into space from Kazakhstan to the International Space Station for a nearly half-year stay. [Read More]
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Video of Hurricane Maria taken Tuesday from aboard the International Space Station... [Read More]
On Wednesday, KSTP spoke with NASA astronaut Mark Vande Hei while he was aboard the International Space Station... [Read More]
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Aboard the International Space Station, Expedition 53 Flight Engineers Mark Vande Hei and Joe Acaba of NASA and Paolo Nespoli of the European Space Agency discussed life and work aboard... [Read More]
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The International Space Station's Joe Acaba (AH-kah-bah), the first astronaut of Puerto Rican heritage, has been affected by two hurricanes... [Read More]
International Space Station external cameras captured dramatic views of Hurricane Maria as it churned through the Caribbean Sept. 19 as a category 5 storm, before it made a pass over the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico. [Read More]
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Lung tissue samples grown on the International Space Station, which have just arrived back on Earth, could help researchers understand how space travel affects breathing. [Read More]
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Floating 240 miles above the planet on the International Space Station, Mark Vande Hei is exploring the effects of living in space on the human body. [Read More]
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