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An experiment created by Michigan high school students will be conducted by astronauts at the International Space Station. The experiment was created by freshmen Hattie Holmes, Langley Nelson, Kale Cerny …... [Read More]
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LOW EARTH ORBIT—Maintaining that he is always the one wiping ectoplasm off the zero-gravity toilet at the end of the week, Expedition 57 astronaut Alexander Gerst confirmed Friday that he has grown sick of sharing the confines of the International Space Station with his "crass, thoughtless, insensitive, and disgusting" fellow crew member from Polaris 8. "As if it wasn't bad enough that Zorblaks is constantly changing the thermostat to 245 degrees, he's always listening to those dissonant 28 kHz resonances his species calls music when I'm trying to sleep," said Gerst, claiming that he also can no longer stand... [Read More]
Four Coronado Middle School recently won a competition to send their science experiment to the International Space Station this spring for six weeks. [Read More]
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A new documentary called EVA 23 details how a 2013 spacewalk outside the International Space Station nearly turned tragic. [Read More]
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NASA may have just given a glimpse of extraterrestrial life as two objects appeared to fly across a live feed from the International Space Station, according to theories online. [Read More]
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Hundreds of students have been learning about experiments in space, and now a group of freshman from Traverse City will see their idea take off for the International Space Station. TC West Senior High School is home to four students who created an experiment that will launch into space early this summer. Hattie Holmes says there were "Different things we... [Read More]
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This probably tops your most embarrassing butt-dial moment: Back in 2012, Dutch astronaut André Kuipers mistakenly called 911 from the International Space Station. [Read More]
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Read more about First ever plant on moon: Cotton seed sent with China's lunar probe sprouts on Business Standard. Plants have been grown on the International Space Station before but never on the Moon... [Read More]
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Discolored and scarred by extreme heat, SpaceX's Dragon cargo capsule returned by ship to the Port of Los Angeles in San Pedro on Tuesday, Jan. 15. [Read More]
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Twenty students in grades 3-5 were selected to attend a live interview with an astronaut aboard the International Space Station. The live chat took place at Mandelstam, a neighboring school of St. …... [Read More]
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A fireball streaked across our West Michigan skies early last Friday AM... [Read More]
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The latest SpaceX mission to the International Space Station has been completed as the Dragon cargo capsule splashed down... [Read More]
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SpaceX's Dragon capsule touched down overnight after a monthlong stay at the International Space Station. [Read More]
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Space garden. The crew of the International Space Station will soon be eating fresh beans grown while in orbit. The experiment which will begin in 2021 will inform how food will be produced for long journeys across space. [Read More]
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The SpaceX-CRS-16 Dragon cargo craft departed from the International Space Station on Sunday setting up the first night splashdown and recovery of a Dragon vehicle, NASA said. [Read More]
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After spending over a month in the orbit, SpaceX's Dragon spacecraft left the International Space Station (ISS) on Sunday and is expected to land on Earth on Monday night, NASA said. "The SpaceX Dragon cargo craft was released from the ISS today at 6.33 p.m.," NASA said in a statement on... [Read More]
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US cargo spacecraft Dragon left the International Space Station (ISS) after a month in the orbit and is expected to land in the Pacific later on Monday, the spacecraft's manufacturer SpaceX reported late on Sunday. [Read More]
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Watch out, Earth gardens: Space is set to become the next destination for growing fresh vegetables. Following the successful cultivation of lettuce at the International Space Station (ISS) in 2015, beans could be …... [Read More]
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Using data from the International Space Station, physicists have investigated an explosion of X-ray light that originated from a black hole in an outburst phase. The data suggests that during an outburst, black holes consume huge amounts of stellar material and shrink in size by a factor of ten. [Read More]
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