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Human Spaceflight Jan 15
Worried about ageing? 👴🏼 While an astronaut's body deteriorates quicker in space, spaceflight is an opportunity to study the effects of ageing for people on
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Intl. Space Station Jan 14
Welcome back ! Now the critical space research it brought home will be distributed to scientists for analysis.
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ISS Research Jan 14
Replying to @Space_Station
For more on how NICER uses the as a platform for studying x-ray light from neutron stars, watch:
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ISS Research Jan 14
Read more, and watch a video description about the and research here:
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ISS Research Jan 14
ICYMI: A tool aboard the is helping scientists better understand how black holes evolve, and how they affect the galaxies in which they reside. Findings were released as the cover story on this week.
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Intl. Space Station Jan 14
Living in space affects the human body in a way that resembles aging but quicker. Doctors are working to find out why to help Earthlings and astronauts.
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ISS Research Jan 14
Hear describe how research being conducted on the space station could have applications to future space exploration, and contributions to healthcare for people back on Earth. Read more about 's Bio-Monitor:
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ISS Research Jan 14
Research samples splashed down aboard the overnight, and more science continued aboard your orbiting laboratory. Catch up on the latest highlights:
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SpaceX Jan 13
Good splashdown of Dragon confirmed, completing SpaceX’s fourth resupply mission to and from the with a flight-proven spacecraft.
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Intl. Space Station Jan 13
The cargo craft was released from the International Space Station's Canadarm2 robotic arm today at 6:33 p.m. EST.
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David Saint-Jacques Jan 13
Farewell Dragon! just released SpaceX-16 capsule, returning experiments to scientists around the World. Au revoir Dragon! Canadarm2 vient de relâcher la capsule SpaceX-16, qui rapporte des expériences à des scientifiques de partout à travers le monde.
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Intl. Space Station Jan 13
Live now on TV (without commentary), watch the release of the cargo craft from the space station targeted for 6:30pm ET...
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nature Jan 10
On the Nature cover this week: Evolution of a black hole. The driving force behind changes in emitted energy.
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Intl. Space Station Jan 11
The will now be released from the Canadarm2 at 6:30pm ET Sunday to take advantage of calmer sea states in the Pacific Ocean.
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Intl. Space Station Jan 9
The is packed with science and hardware today as teams wait for favorable weather in the splashdown area for Dragon’s return.
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ISS National Lab Jan 8
Replying to @ISS_CASIS
"Space is for EVERYONE" - Dr. Liz Warren describes how startups, Fortune 500 companies, entrepreneurs, academic institutions, and government agencies are leveraging the ISS National Lab for R&D. Watch:
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ISS Research Jan 9
"That is the whole purpose of us being up here." gives a summary of being conducted aboard the International Space Station.
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NASA Dec 22
Whenever a tree is cut down, carbon is released into the atmosphere — only we’re not sure how much. But with the Global Ecosystem Dynamics Investigation (GEDI!) we will use lasers to measure the biomass of all the trees! Yes, even trees on your block! 🌲
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NASA Dec 21
Three crew members returned to Earth after a 197-day mission where they circled the globe 3,152 times, covering 83.3 million miles and completing hundreds of experiments. Watch: Ask ?s using
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ISS Research Dec 21
Data from the GRIP experiments may also be used to identify potential hazards for astronauts as they move between gravitational environments. Read more:
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