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Today's departure of 's space freighter leaves five spaceships parked at the space station.
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Intl. Space Station Jul 15
. and invite filmmakers, professional and aspiring, to share their works inspired by -- and using -- NASA imagery through CineSpace, a short-film competition. But hurry, the deadline to submit is Aug. 1! Details:
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Intl. Space Station Jul 15
. and released the cargo craft from the Canadarm2 at 8:37am ET today ending a 52-day stay at the station.
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Intl. Space Station Jul 15
You can find out more about the NASA astronaut selection process here...
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Intl. Space Station Jul 15
The U.S. spaceship from awaits its departure as and prepare to release it from the Canadarm2 at 8:35am ET today.
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NASA Jul 15
Watch a spacecraft leave ! Nearly two months after delivering tons of supplies and experiments to our orbiting laboratory, the cargo spacecraft will depart the station this morning. Live coverage begins at 8:15 am ET. Details:
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NASA Jul 14
Nearly two months after delivering several tons of supplies and scientific experiments to aboard the cargo spacecraft, the spacecraft is set to depart the orbiting laboratory on Sunday. Live coverage starts at 8:15am ET:
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Northrop Grumman Jul 14
Set your alarms! Tune in to TV tomorrow at 8:15 am ET to watch our S.S. J.R. Thompson depart from the LIVE!
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Intl. Space Station Jul 14
. will command the Canadarm2 to release the cargo craft Sunday at 8:35am ET. Live TV coverage begins at 8:15am. We'll also answer your questions.
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Johnson Space Center Jul 13
Houston We Have a Podcast Episode 53 features Dr. Stan Love, NASA astronaut and all-around smart guy, who flew to the in 2008. Love explores challenges that need to be tackled to make a mission to Mars successful.
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Intl. Space Station Jul 13
. TV will televise when releases the cargo craft with the starting at 8:15am ET Sunday. We'll also answer your questions.
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Intl. Space Station Jul 13
From cancer treatment research in space to a fast-track cargo shipment, the space station was a hot-bed of activity this week.
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Intl. Space Station Jul 12
Monday’s launch and docking of Russia’s Progress 70 resupply ship set a milestone for station operations when it arrived in just three hours and 40 minutes, or only two Earth orbits.
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Intl. Space Station Jul 12
The Cygnus cargo craft from Northrop Grumman will depart the station Sunday at 8:35 a.m. EDT. Live NASA TV coverage begins at 8:15 a.m.
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Intl. Space Station Jul 12
The Expedition 56 crew explored cancer and fertility research today while unpacking a new resupply ship and getting ready for the departure of another.
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Ricky Arnold Jul 12
A stunning daytime traverse from southward through the Americas.
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Ricky Arnold Jul 11
The heart of drains into the sea due to decimation of rainforests & coastal mangroves.
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Intl. Space Station Jul 11
The Expedition 56 crew explored how microgravity impacts fertility and algae production and swapped cargo in U.S. and Russian cargo ships today.
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NASA Education Jul 11
Tune into TV today at 10:15am (ET) to see summer education campers talk to about working and living on the !
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Intl. Space Station Jul 10
At the station today, the crew researches cancer treatments, a U.S. resupply ship test-fires its engine and a new Russian cargo ship is open for business.
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