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Intl. Space Station 9h
Hi Tyson. That pic and several others like it were taken by the Exp 56 crew when they undocked in their Soyuz spacecraft in October of 2018 and flew around the space station before landing in Kazakhstan a few hours later. More pix here...
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Christina H Koch 11h
Bring on the delicate tasks! I got to reconfigure the Advanced Combustion Microgravity Experiment, enabling scientists to keep pushing the envelope in fuel efficiency and pollutant reduction for combustion processes on Earth. Did you know flames burn like spheres in microgravity?
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Intl. Space Station 13h
. wants to work with U.S. industry to ensure that a robust, sustainable orbital economy will endure after launching the first pieces of the station more than 20 years ago.
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The Exp 59 crew is exploring how space affects humans and materials today while training for the next U.S. cargo mission.
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Intl. Space Station 17h
In Austin, TX? Wilson & NASA/International Space Station National Lab team members will be at Austin Community College with NASA’s Driven to Explore mobile exhibit on April 24. The mobile exhibit will be at from 10am-1pm CT.
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Christina H Koch Apr 22
It took my breath away as it came into focus. My first glimpse of coastal North Carolina from space. It’s a special thing to see from above the place where you grew up--the ocean that first inspired my fascination with things that make me feel small & planted the seed to explore.
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Intl. Space Station Apr 22
The Exp 59 crew has been unpacking the cargo craft over the weekend and began science operations on the newly delivered space research.
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Intl. Space Station Apr 22
There may be no better view of Earth than from the International Space Station. In honor of , enjoy these photos taken by from 250 miles above our home planet. You can search astronaut photography here: .
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NASA Astronauts Apr 22
How do astronauts living and working aboard the like to spend their free time? Gazing back at our majestic planet! Orbiting about 250 miles over the Earth, our astronauts have the best view of our home planet. Happy
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Anne McClain Apr 21
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Intl. Space Station Apr 21
: The space freighter from blasted off Wednesday from Virginia and arrived at the station Friday delivering science, supplies and hardware to the Expedition 59 crew.
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Jessica Meir Apr 20
We can’t do physiological experiments w/o samples, this week I collected urine, saliva, blood & more. These experiments teach us about immune function in space and are critical for extending our stays. Tables have turned as I’m now the subject instead of the experimenter!
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Jessica Meir Apr 20
Was a pleasure working with this crew, can’t wait to join and serve with all of them!
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Intl. Space Station Apr 20
You know what they say… teamwork makes the dream work! Expedition 61 members and a trainer celebrate at the conclusion of their emergency training inside a space station mockup this week. The crew will join , already aboard the station, on her extended mission.
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Intl. Space Station Apr 19
. and answer a question to describe how the space station is helping prepare to go back to the moon.
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Intl. Space Station Apr 19
. discusses how the Exp 60 crew will commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing aboard the station.
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Intl. Space Station Apr 19
. from talks how the Apollo 11 lunar landing inspired him and will inspire future generations around the world.
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Intl. Space Station Apr 19
. talks how the Apollo 11 moon landing was more than just an American event it was also a global accomplishment.
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Intl. Space Station Apr 19
. from , a space agency representing 22 countries, launches to the station on the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing and talks about the importance of international space cooperation.
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Intl. Space Station Apr 19
. launches to the station on the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing and discusses how the space program has evolved from a space race to space cooperation.
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