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The International Space Station will put in a spectacular appearance over Hawaii skies on Wednesday morning, weather permitting. [Read More]
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A capsule is preparing to land in the Pacific Ocean after dropping off food and supplies at the International Space Station. [Read More]
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The first astronaut of Puerto Rican heritage reached out to schoolchildren on the hurricane-bashed island. Flying aboard the International Space Station, NASA astronaut Joe Acaba fielded questions from students at the Puerto Rico Institute of Robotics in Manati. One student asked how Puerto Rico looked from space after Hurricane Maria struck in September. Acaba said the first thing he noticed was he lack of lights, making the island almost impossible to see at night. A boy noted that after the hurricane, it was difficult for some to eat given the limited variety of available food. [Read More]
The SpaceX Dragon cargo spacecraft, carrying supplies and scientific materials, was successfully released from the International Space Station on Saturday and landed in the Pacific Ocean, after a month-long delivery mission for NASA. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). [Read More]
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A SpaceX Dragon cargo ship left the International Space Station and headed back to Earth Saturday (Jan. 13) to wrap up a nearly month-long delivery mission for NASA. [Read More]
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SpaceX said its Dragon cargo vessel successfully made re-entry on Saturday morning after spending more than a month docked at the International Space Station, carrying over two tons of cargo including scientific gear, experimental manufacturing hardware, and live laboratory mice. [Read More]
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A GLITCHING video of astronauts on the International Space Station proves it is fake and filmed on Earth, according to conspiracy theorists. [Read More]
A GLITCHING video of astronauts on the International Space Station proves it is fake and filmed on Earth, according to conspiracy theorists. [Read More]
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SpaceX's Dragon capsule has returned from the International Space Station as planned, after spending around a month docked at the orbital facility. [Read More]
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Early Saturday morning the Dragon cargo spacecraft that's been attached to the International Space Station since Dec. 17 is expected to be released and sent back to Earth. The plan was to have the flight controllers on the ISS use the robotic arm of the station to move the Dragon into place on Friday so that come Saturday morning, a ground-controlled crew could release the craft at the perfect time to send it back to Earth, NASA said in a release. [Read More]
NASA and SpaceX are scheduled to send the Dragon craft from the International Space Station back to Earth Saturday morning. [Read More]
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The International Space Station will begin nearly two weeks of regular visits to the Lowcountry skies this weekend. Here's when. [Read More]
Get the latest San Diego news. CBS News 8 is the local source for San Diego breaking news, top stories, weather, traffic, sports, entertainment and more. [Read More]
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SpaceX pushed back the first test flights for a "space taxi" that is eventually meant to ferry astronauts to and from the International Space Station. [Read More]
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Who'll be the first to take American astronauts to the International Space Station? That question is harder to answer today. [Read More]
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NASA released an updated timetable for its Commercial Crew Program with manned missions from Cape Canaveral from Boeing and SpaceX now both targeted for the end of the year. "The next generation of American spacecraft and rockets that will launch astronauts to the International Space Station are... [Read More]
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Teachers said the students have been studying the space program all year. [Read More]
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Japanese astronaut Norishige Kanai apologized on Wednesday for suggesting he had "grown" 3.5 inches (9 centimeters) while at the International Space Station. [Read More]
Approximately 300 students and 30 teachers from around Indianapolis gathered at The Children's Museum for the opportunity to chat with NASA astronauts living at the International Space Station.        ... [Read More]
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On Friday, December 1, NASA astronaut and UMass Dartmouth alumnus Scott Tingle  ('87) was interviewed about his time at UMass Dartmouth. He came to UMass Dartmouth after graduating from Blue Hills Regional Technical School. Tingle is currently residing at the Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center in Star City, Russia to prepare for his upcoming space flight. He will be heading to the International Space Station on December 17.   ... [Read More]
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