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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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ISS National Lab 6h
CASIS and have teamed up to present the Guardians of the Galaxy Space Station Challenge! Discover how this exciting collaboration came together. We're looking for bright ideas from young explorers destined to become space science heroes!
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Replying to @njurican861 @NASA and 4 others
The station orbits Earth once about every 90 minutes, or 16 times a day.
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Replying to @ChipFaust
7000 days or a little over 19 years.
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The growing station was pictured by approaching and departing space shuttles.
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The station has been orbiting Earth for 7,000 days as of today. 54 crews and 205 spacewalks later, three astronauts are gearing up for a pair of January spacewalks.
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NASA Education 7h
32 years after the Challenger disaster, & will honor Christa McAuliffe by carrying out the lesson plans she intended to do on her mission. Details coming soon!
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NASA Education 9h
How has your length of time in space affected your body and its functions? answers:
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NASA Education 9h
For , the most exciting he's currently working on has to do with bone cells and a chemical that may help heal bones.
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NASA Education 12h
TODAY: Tune into TV at 12:15pm (ET) to see students hosted by the speak live to astronauts , , & about living & working on the ISS!
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Intl. Space Station 12h
This week on , three Expedition 54 astronauts getting ready to go on a pair of spacewalks starting next week. They'll be working on the Canadarm2 swapping out and storing robotics parts.
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Yes. You can find broadcast times and NASA TV info in the blog link provided in the tweet.
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Two spacewalks are planned for Jan. 23 and 29 to swap and stow external robotics gear. will go outside with and .
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Intl. Space Station Jan 18
Crew assignments for future 2018 space station missions have been updated:
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Intl. Space Station Jan 18
Thank you for your spacewalk question. We answered it live on TV today.
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Intl. Space Station Jan 18
Thank you for your spacewalk question. We answered it live on TV today.
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Intl. Space Station Jan 18
Thank you for your spacewalk question. We answered it live on TV today.
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Intl. Space Station Jan 18
Thank you for your spacewalk question. We answered it live on TV today.
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Intl. Space Station Jan 18
Replying to @Super_Grover @NASA
Hi Super Grover! We answered your question live on NASA TV today. Thank you so much for your question.
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Intl. Space Station Jan 18
Hi Nikola! We answered your question live on NASA TV today. Thank you so much for your question.
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Intl. Space Station Jan 18
Replying to @vf_music
Hi Vladimir! We answered your question live on NASA TV today. Thank you so much for your question.
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