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Anne McClain Dec 13
. is really phenomenal; every day we get to play a part in learning about our universe, our Earth, and the creatures that live on it. Getting to do science on the ceiling? Well, now that’s just cool!
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Intl. Space Station Dec 12
The Exp 57 crew caught some extra sleep today after Tuesday's spacewalk then researched space biology and packed up for next week's crew departure.
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Anne McClain Dec 12
Elves must think everything needs ribbon and a bow!
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Anne McClain Dec 12
Congratulations to and to our friends Sergey and Oleg on a successful !
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Intl. Space Station Dec 11
Spacewalkers spot the patched hole on the hull of the Soyuz crew vehicle where a pressure leak was detected and fixed in August. |
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Intl. Space Station Dec 11
The "eureka" moment. Spacewalkers find the "small black dot" where controllers believe the area of the fixed pressure leak is located on the Soyuz crew vehicle. |
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Tim Peake Dec 11
This shows just how tough this spacewalk is - no handholds around the Soyuz, very unstable worksite
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Randy Bresnik Dec 11
Our Russian partners completed a lengthy and challenging today. 7hrs, 45 mins, we’ll done Oleg & Sergey!
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Anne McClain Dec 11
Well, look who showed up on ! I guess we all have to be good now! I hope with his mischievous ways, he doesn’t get into anything TOO important! We will have to wait and see….
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NASA Astronauts Dec 10
Who's flying next? and are scheduled to launch to on Feb. 28, 2019. The two were selected in June 2013 as part of the 21st NASA astronaut class, and will join their classmate on-orbit soon!
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Alexander Gerst Dec 10
Expedition 57 continues at full speed. We have a crew of 6 on board , a freshly docked   full of experiments to be installed, a Russian EVA tomorrow, crew return preparations, and one week of handover time left to prep the new crew.
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Anne McClain Dec 10
Arriving at was a major international technical feat, the culmination of a personal dream, and a sign of what humans can do when we work together. And floating did NOT disappoint!
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Ellen Ochoa Dec 9
Flute in space (25 years ago); flute at the South Pole (this week)
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Andrew Morgan Dec 9
This exciting crew announcement for the next launch means that and I will join and for on about four months after they arrive.
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Anne McClain Dec 9
My new favorite spot!
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Sunita Williams Dec 8
‘nuff said! Go Navy, Beat Army!
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Anne McClain Dec 8
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Andrew Morgan Dec 6
1 yr ago this week I finished some of the best training I’ve had as an - Navy flight training in the T-6B Texan II . Yep, guy in a squadron! This week’s is a reminder - our century old rivalry is rooted in great mutual respect!
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Bob Behnken Dec 8
Today's Dragon came aboard with the help of 's robotic arm, , and . The next generation of 's Dragon is scheduled to dock itself early next year demonstrating capabilities of the vehicle we'll fly a few months later.
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Anne McClain Dec 8
The number of Dragons on just doubled! Congratulations to on a successful launch, and to all the teams across the world who enable such amazing feats!
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