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Jack Fischer 11h
Can you see stars from up here? Oh yeah baby! Check out the Milky Way as it spins & paints the heavens in a thick coat of awesome-sauce!
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NASA 6h
Tomorrow at 10:45am ET, 2 cosmonauts go outside for nanosatellite deployment, research & maintenance:
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NASA 7h
It’s never safe to look directly at the Sun! Protect your eyes during the upcoming on Aug. 21. Details:
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NASA 8h
Coast-to-coast on Aug 21, NASA will cover the total solar eclipse from the ground, air, space and more:
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NASA 9h
Got GIFs? We do! Use to find our GIFs on ! Check it out & explore our page:
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Randy Bresnik 9h
. did a stellar job capturing , bringing 6,400 lbs of and cargo. Learn more:
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Randy Bresnik 10h
Time to enjoy the view at the 30-meter hold point while mission controls & perform final checks of all systems.
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NASA 11h
Eclipses = historic science. Past eclipses enabled scientists prove Einstein’s theory of general relativity & more:
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NASA 12h
Be part of an out-of-this-world pic during ! Wave at the Moon on Aug 21 at ~2:25p ET. Details:
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NASA 14h
Weather is 70% ‘GO’ for Friday’s 8:03am ET launch of communications satellite from . Details:
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NASA 16h
From the nearby to the far out, our panel ideas are up for a vote at & you get to choose! Voting ends Aug. 25:
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NASA 19h
Now attached to , where it'll stay for ~month, cargo craft delivered science/supplies to crew:
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NASA 19h
With the fastening of 16 bolts, cargo vehicle is now attached to at 9:07am ET. Watch:
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NASA 19h
LIVE NOW: will be attached to , delivering tons of science & supplies to crew onboard:
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NASA 21h
. is now in the grasp of . Tune back in at 8:30am ET to watch it attach to :
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NASA 21h
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Intl. Space Station 21h
. now moving at .02 meters per second toward station till it arrives 10 meters away for its capture.
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NASA 22h
The cargo vehicle has left its 30-meter hold point and is now approaching for capture. Watch:
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Intl. Space Station 22h
orbits over Italy, home country of , who will capture cargo craft when it reaches 10 meters away from station.
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NASA 22h
In this view you can see cargo craft firing its engines to orient itself for arrival:
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