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NASA's page for updates from the International Space Station, the world-class lab orbiting Earth 250 miles above. For the latest research, follow .
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Intl. Space Station 2h
Replying to @PaulMarks12 @NASA and 4 others
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The Exp 57 crew is working to understand what happens to fluids and flames in space and checking Japanese and Russian systems.
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Intl. Space Station Oct 17
The three Exp 57 crew members living on the station today explored a variety of phenomena impacted by exposure to microgravity.
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NASA Astromaterials Oct 17
Time-lapse over at night from the on Sept. 18, 2018. Aurora Borealis over northern Canada hovers above Earth’s surface with sunlight peeking through in the background. Major cities seen include Calgary, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Ottawa, and Montreal.
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Alexander Gerst Oct 17
If you ever wondered just how thin the atmosphere is, look at these photos. A few seconds before sunrise we get a really good sideways view through the atmosphere. You can see some thunderstorm clouds – and not much above them ...
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Intl. Space Station Oct 16
The most spacecraft attached to the station at one time was six.
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Intl. Space Station Oct 16
There are three spaceships parked at the station today including Russia's Soyuz MS-09 crew ship and Progress 70 resupply ship and Japan's HTV-7 cargo craft.
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Intl. Space Station Oct 16
Did you miss today's news and social media interviews with ? Watch as he answers questions for the first time since his trip to the space station was aborted shortly after launch last week:
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Intl. Space Station Oct 16
Hi Madeleine! We answered your child's question live on TV today during our Facebook Live session with . Check your notifications or our feed for the video reply!
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Intl. Space Station Oct 16
. answered a question from 's six-year old child live on TV today, "Do You Know When You Will Launch Back To Station?"
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Intl. Space Station Oct 16
Hi Lou! We answered your question live on TV today during our Facebook Live session with . Check your notifications or our feed for the video reply!
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Intl. Space Station Oct 16
. sent in a question today for since he returned to Houston after last week's emergency landing, "Have You Had a Chance to Speak to the Orbiting Crew?"
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Intl. Space Station Oct 16
You can also watch online at .
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Intl. Space Station Oct 16
Live now: speaks with media for the first time since his trip to the station was aborted last Thursday. Shortly after launch, there was an anomaly with the booster, and the launch ascent was aborted, resulting in a ballistic landing. Watch:
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Intl. Space Station Oct 16
Today at 11:00 am ET, tune in to Facebook Live as media speak with for the first time since his trip to the space station was aborted shortly after launch last week. Ask your questions below or on Facebook and watch as some are answered live.
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NASA STEM Engagement Oct 15
. explains to students hosted at how diversity helps make the space program successful.
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Intl. Space Station Oct 15
NASA astronaut Nick Hague () is back in Houston while the Exp 57 crew on the station continues ongoing research, maintenance and cargo packing.
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ISS Research Oct 15
The is your orbiting laboratory, and the being conducted there will help us push farther into deep space, while providing benefits back on Earth. Microgravity unlocks new worlds of discovery. See what we’re learning. 🔬🚀
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Intl. Space Station Oct 12
Three Exp 57 crew members are staying busy aboard the station after the climb to orbit of two crewmates was aborted Thursday.
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Nick Hague Oct 12
Thank you all for your support & heartfelt prayers. Operational teams were outstanding in ensuring our safety & returning us to family & friends. Working with our international partners, I’m confident that we will find a path forward & continue the achievements of .
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