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  • Worm astronauts get ready for trip to the ISS
    Worm astronauts get ready for trip to the ISS
    An elite group of worms called Caenorhabditas elegans is scheduled to make the flight to the International Space Station in order for scientists to learn more about the effects of long-term low gravity on humans. The Earth-side of the...
  • Astronaut Peggy Whitson with Kathy Griffin and Valerie Plame
    NASA announces astronaut crews for upcoming International Space Station missions
    Crew members have been announced by NASA on Monday, February 09, 2015, for the next three International Space Station missions.Two female astronauts, Kate Rubins and Peggy Whitson are scheduled to be on two of the next three missions.“Rubins...
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    NASA set to announce big plans for future space travel partnerships
    Space travel and science enthusiasts across the world are waiting for some special news today from Houston’s Johnson Space Center as NASA, Boeing and SpaceX will hold a media briefing at 11 a.m. The purpose is to provide the press and media...
  • SpaceX set for pre-dawn launch Saturday
    SpaceX set for pre-dawn launch Saturday
    For the last 3 months NASA has been struggling to get supplies and groceries to the ISS (International Space-station). If all systems are go an unmanned mission with Space X's Falcon 9 rocket and Dragon capsule will liftoff from cape Canaveral...
  • SpaceX continues to make history
    SpaceX continues to make history
    As the astronauts aboard the International Space Station, rang in the 2015 New Year approximately sixteen times (each time they orbited the earth) last night, those of us in the Rio Grande Valley of Texas continue very excited over the decision by...
  • Nematode
    State-of-the-art hardware headed to the ISS
    The commercial SpaceX Dragon spacecraft will fly state-of-the-art hardware developed by the University of Colorado Boulder to the International Space Station (ISS) Dec. 19 to support experiments designed to better understand why the lethality of...
  • PrinterPart
    Space Station is thankful for turkey and 3D Printer
    Thanksgiving reaches out into space. In honor of the Americans on board the menu on the International Space Station will include traditional holiday fare. There is irradiated smoked turkey, thermostabilized candied yams and freeze-dried green...
  • Soyuz rockets an international crew to the ISS
    Soyuz rockets an international crew to the ISS
    At 1:00 pm PST a Soyuz rocket lifted off from complex 31 in Baikamur, Kazakhstan. The rocket will carry an international crew of 3 on an approximately 6 hour journey to the ISS (international space station). Once the Soyuz TMA-15M command capsule...
  • What these astronauts saw from space has changed them forever
    Astronauts saw something from space that changed them forever
    When these astronauts left Earth and headed for space they saw something that they didn't expect. They had no idea that this would leave them with such a profound feeling. When they left the planet the emphasis of the mission was going into...
  • Cygnus cargo spacecraft prepared for launch to International Space Station
    School students watch dreams explode over NASA Wallops Flight Facility
    School students from across North American saw their dreams of having their science projects tested in space explode into the night as the payload of a cargo spacecraft exploded Tuesday evening over a launchpad at NASA Wallops Flight Facility in...
  • UFO monitors International Space Station astronauts space walk (Video)
    UFO 'monitors' International Space Station during spacewalk: Caught on video
    This week a UFO was caught on camera in the background of the Space Station, but as it drew closer, it appeared to be monitoring the manned-Space Station as the astronauts performed their spacewalk. Since the International Space Station (ISS) is a...
  • The International Space Station is featured in this image photographed by an STS-132 crew member on board the Space Shuttle Atlantis.
    Plankton found on ISS but it is not extraterrestrial
    The Russian International Space Station (ISS) orbital mission chief Vladimir Solovyev reported the discovery of plankton and other microorganisms on the illuminators of the ISS in the Aug. 18, 2014, edition of ITAR-TASS. The discovery is stunning...
  • Orbital Sciences rocket brings supplies and experiments to space station
    Orbital Sciences rocket brings supplies and experiments to space station
    An Orbital Sciences Cygnus spacecraft successfully berthed with the International Space Station (ISS) on Wednesday, bringing supplies, equipment and new scientific experiments. The spacecraft was launched atop a Antares rocket from NASA's...
  • First Vine From Space
    See the first Vine from space
    The first Vine from space has been published by Reid Wiseman, an astronaut currently aboard the International Space Station (ISS) and it's not only historic, it's highly educational as well.The Vine video, just the usual six second snippet...
  • International Space Station
    Spot the International Space Station
    In the authors continuing reports on local aerospace happenings, tonight over Titusville Florida at 9:51 PM you will able to see the ISS fly over and visible for 4 minutes. The trajectory is: Max Height is 45 degrees coming out of the Southwest...