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Intl. Space Station Sep 21
A cargo craft loaded with over four tons of gear is scheduled to launch to the station at 12:05pm ET Tuesday. Live TV coverage will begin at 11:30am.
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Intl. Space Station Sep 21
Japan has moved the launch of its HTV-8 cargo craft to resupply the station to Tuesday at 12:05 p.m. EDT. TV will begin its live coverage at 11:30 a.m.
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Intl. Space Station Sep 20
Japan has scheduled the launch of its HTV-8 cargo craft for Monday at 12:30 p.m. EDT to resupply the Exp 60 crew. TV will broadcast its launch live on Monday and its arrival at the station next Saturday.
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Intl. Space Station Sep 20
The Exp 60 crew is getting ready to welcome a Japanese cargo craft and new space residents next week while researching cancer therapies and a gravity suit.
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Intl. Space Station Sep 20
Exp 61 crew is in Kazakhstan for final mission training. Brad Pitt talked with an astronaut currently aboard the station. Dress rehearsals for the upcoming Boeing Starliner missions were conducted.
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Intl. Space Station Sep 19
The crew is exploring why living in space may accelerate aging as a new crew on Earth prepares for launch on Sept. 25.
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Intl. Space Station Sep 19
Zoom in: Phoenix is looking fine! Arizona companies are working to increase safety & affordability of missions by limiting the need to launch supplies from Earth. Learn more about in-situ resource utilization & how it changes our spaceflight game!
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Intl. Space Station Sep 18
The station is getting ready for a crew swap starting next week. Meanwhile, today's biomedical research seeks to improve health on Earth and in space.
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ISS Research Sep 18
Where people go, microbes follow. That includes the ! Scientists at constantly monitor the station’s microbial community and are testing using DNA sequencing to identify its tiny residents without returning samples to Earth.
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Andrew Morgan Sep 17
The Sinai Peninsula and Nile River Delta. As clear as seeing it in an atlas!
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Intl. Space Station Sep 17
The Exp 60 crew is researching space biology to improve health on Earth and in space. The station is also gearing for a crew swap starting next week.
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Nick Hague Sep 17
Humanity glides by beneath us as we go screaming through the sky...
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Intl. Space Station Sep 17
Oklahoma is more than OK! 👌 Did you know the Sooner State, whose capital city is pictured here from the space station, is working to take us forward to the Moon and on to Mars with ? 🔜🌙 Read more here:
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Christina H Koch Sep 16
A little and from to brighten your day. From above: Australia, Iran, France, and America.
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Intl. Space Station Sep 16
Click the link in the tweet that goes to the blog. Inside the blog are links to the YouTube video.
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Intl. Space Station Sep 16
The Exp 60 crew started the week on space biology as a new crew on Earth prepped for launch on Sept. 25. Also, Brad Pitt called up to today.
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Nick Hague Sep 16
Perspective makes all the difference. From our perch on the 250 miles above, the living history of the Earth jumps out at you through buckles, folds, giant fans. Easily spotted from space is a striking geologic feature – The "Eye of the Sahara".
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NASA Sep 16
LIVE NOW: There's an incoming call … from space! 👨‍🚀 is talking to actor Brad Pitt about what it’s like to live and work aboard the . Watch:
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Royce Renfrew Sep 14
An example of why you can Pic1 on the map you can see is over the Southern US at dawn; dark on the ground but the sun is reflecting off the ISS Solar Arrays Pic2 As ISS moves East, the sun comes up, the ground gets brighter and the ISS fades.
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Intl. Space Station Sep 13
The crew of Exp 60 devoted their Friday to working on groundbreaking scientific research aboard the station, as well as inspiring the Artemis generation during a downlink hosted by the National STEM Cell Foundation.
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