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S. Auñón-Chancellor
NASA Astronaut, Physician, Engineer, Aquanaut, proud wife and mother. Training for Expedition 56/57 in June 2018
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Captured Cygnus today with …Proud to have The SS John Young on-board!
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ISS Research Nov 2
Experience high-res in the first ultra high definition video from , featuring . Watch and download: 🚀🔬🌟🎥
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Alexander Gerst Oct 31
Having a scary day in space. The crew of the International  wish you a happy !  
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S. Auñón-Chancellor Oct 24
Do you know why liquids behave the way they do on ? I used lemonade to demonstrate how liquids use surface tension to stick together! Check out this to learn how water’s molecular properties behave in microgravity!
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S. Auñón-Chancellor Oct 10
Stay safe America!
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S. Auñón-Chancellor Oct 1
It's birthday, and I’m thrilled to be doing valuable on ! 60 years of incredible achievements and discoveries. Here’s to many more years of exploring the cosmos…
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A.J. (Drew) Feustel Sep 30
Last Thursday I captured Japan’s HTV-7 resupply vehicle using the robotic arm with the support of . This cargo vehicle delivered much needed science and supplies to . Great teamwork with our International partners!
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S. Auñón-Chancellor Aug 2
I talked with as he was removing samples from the Amyloid experiment for return to Earth. Amyloid fibrils are associated with Alzheimer’s. Studying how they form in microgravity could lead to advances in preventing or treating this disease.
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S. Auñón-Chancellor Aug 1
DNA sequencing in Space with ! Learn more about the investigation:
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S. Auñón-Chancellor Jul 10
I’ve had many questions on the type of cancer research we are doing on …check out this video to learn more! We will be continuing this work all week...
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NASA STEM Engagement Jul 10
. tells students hosted at that one of the main uses of the is for , and talks about the cancer research she's been participating in. Watch:
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S. Auñón-Chancellor Jul 8
What I did I do this past week? Cancer therapy research with AngieX…investigating how to halt the formation of a tumor’s blood supply. Doing our part to help stop the Emperor of All Maladies. Love my work up here on
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S. Auñón-Chancellor Jun 29
Nothing beats waking up on a technological marvel and then starting the day off with an antique method of navigating. Sextant Operations from ! Still considered a potential backup method of navigation for future vehicles…
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S. Auñón-Chancellor Jun 17
Valentina Tereshkova was the first woman to fly in space. In honor of the 55th anniversary of her launch yesterday, we took a photo of a leaf from her tree planted in Baikonur. A tribute to the one who paved the way for female explorers…
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S. Auñón-Chancellor Jun 2
Family and friends arrive today — Can’t wait! L-3 and counting...
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S. Auñón-Chancellor Jun 1
Cozy? Absolutely...but it feels like home. :-) Thanks to RKK Energia for these great pics.
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S. Auñón-Chancellor May 31
Simply one word...wow! Got to see our rocket today and imagine the power. L-6 days and counting...
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S. Auñón-Chancellor May 30
What am I doing today? Getting all my flight data files ready! Lots of colors to choose from. L-7 days and counting...
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S. Auñón-Chancellor May 21
Proud to raise the American flag today in Baikonur with
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S. Auñón-Chancellor May 20
Absolute honor to have Valentina Tereshkova there at our send off...
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