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The Russian space program has many museums celebrating its space history in Moscow and Baikonur, Kazakhstan (near the Baikonur Cosmodrome), honoring everything from the first people in space to the modern missions on the International Space Station. [Read More]
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The spacecraft Boeing plans to use to fly NASA astronauts to the International Space Station suffered a significant setback when, during a test of its emergency abort system in June, officials discovered a propellant leak, the company confirmed. [Read More]
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Video posted Saturday by the European Space Agency shows German astronaut Alexander Gerst 'dropping in' for a live performance with Kraftwerk from the International Space Station. [Read More]
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That rocket looked so tiny from a mile away. Shining white against the dull beige sands of Baikonur, the Soyuz had three people on board all set for a ride to the International Space Station. From this distance, though, it appeared fragile, like a child's plaything. Standing beside me was a member of the backup crew, Canadian astronaut David Saint-Jacques. He passed the time talking to me about other launches he had seen. When the Soyuz finally lighted its engines –... [Read More]
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Reader's Digest caught up with three astronauts to chat about what it's like to live in orbit. Here's what they had to say. [Read More]
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As long as the rain and clouds have moved out, your best chance to see the International Space Station (ISS) this summer will happen Friday night according to Jay Reynolds a Cleveland State Astronomer. [Read More]
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After several flights with the upgrades, NASA is expected to certify the rocket to fly crews from U.S. soil to the International Space Station.        ... [Read More]
Viewers submitted video from Wednesday morning when the International Space Station was highly visible in the area. [Read More]
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Want to see the International Space Station. Here's your chance - actually many of them. [Read More]
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A tiny NASA satellite has been deployed from the International Space Station (ISS) that will help scientists search for the universe's missing matter by studying X-rays from the 'halo' of hot gas... [Read More]
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It's not every day that students get a chance to meet an astronaut, write computer code and program satellites for the International Space Station. [Read More]
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The pioneering Houstonian, who helped design the interior of the International Space Station and became an outspoken climate change activist, has died at 53. [Read More]
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This year's Astro Camp was out of this world in more ways than one. Students at the Infinity Science Center in Hancock County got a real-life glimpse at life in space from International Space Station astronaut and educator Richard Arnold. [Read More]
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You might think of satellites as large, imposing spacecraft that cruise through Earth's orbit like hulking beasts, but that couldn't be farther from the truth. Many modern satellites are tiny in size, but they do lots of very important work and the International Space Station just dropped another one above Australia. Its mission will be... [Read More]
Eventually, the ISS will need to leave low Earth orbit. One option may be to boost it into a 1,000-year storage orbit for future generations to salvage. read more... [Read More]
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The name change signifies greater cooperation between the U.S. and key allies. The U.S., the U.K., Australia and Canada are teaming up to monitor satellites, the International Space Station and mil... [Read More]
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Last week, I tossed a comment about my pinky into the PC Gamer Slack channel, and it was like I'd just walked into a room and mispronounced the word bagel. I'd said something so immediately, obviously wrong to everyone but me that the five dudes and one woman up in orbit right now probably felt the shockwave of wrong reverberate through the International Space Station. Somehow there were no casualties, except my innocence. Until 5:34 pm, I'd assumed I play PC games like a Totally Normal Person. [Read More]
REUTERS/Blue Origin/Handout via Reuters Blue Origin is testing its New Shepard rocket for the ninth time. The test will simulate an emergency high altitude "escape motor" test. The launch was pulled off without a hitch: both the booster and the crew capsule returned to Earth. Jeff Bezos' rocket company Blue Origin launched its New Shepard rocket for the ninth time. While this test was unmanned, the reusable rocket is designed to deliver payloads — and potentially tourists — to sub-orbital space.See the rest of the story at Business Insider NOW WATCH: What would... [Read More]
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In celebration of the MLB All-Star Game, NASA's administrator Jim Bridenstine shares views of the cities with MLB baseball stadiums as captured by astronauts on the International Space Station, located 250 miles above Earth. …... [Read More]
The best thing about running is that it's a sport anyone can get into. But getting started can be intimidating. These tips from a coach who competed in the Olympics can help you figure out a plan, get the gear you need, and be ready to develop a running habit. Going for a run is one thing. You tie your shoes, head out the door, and put one foot in front of the other. But getting into running — as an activity you do regularly — takes more of a commitment.See the rest of the... [Read More]
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