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PPPritch Dec 10
Cold clear winter night, throwing frisbee in the dark backyard with my dog while the space station flies overhead - what a world we live in
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Kay Woods Dec 16
Delighted to have made a t-shirt sale via today, thank you! This time it's my International Space Station design from an acrylic on canvas painting, now available as a Limited Edition in many formats.
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Jaime P Oliveira Dec 12
As a challenge and to get more experience on moving a large infrastructure in space, we should move the ISS closer to the Moon to be the outpost and build a bigger Space Station for earth.
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Donna Siler Dec 9
One benefit of long, dark nights is the space station is very big and bright in the sky on clear mornings.
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Sir Hermann Fegelein, Antic Master Dec 16
Thanks to NASA's Eyes On Earth, I got these screenshots of the ISS overflying my part of the world, just moments ago.
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Tess Caswell Dec 15
Interesting fact via "Houston We Have a Podcast": the Zarya module of split open on Earth due to over-testing. It was then "cut in half and welded back together." 🤯 20 yrs later those welds are still holding strong!
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Chandrasekar Rao Dec 14
What will be Energy released by (1325-1375 feet dia) Impact in Ocean & are there Contingency plans, if this hypothetical scenario is Real
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Keir Clarke Dec 13
wow - the longest continuous timelapse from space.
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Atii Sled Dogs Dec 10
Replying to @9dognight
Snow sparkled and squeaked below my boots while cold night air caressed my face. The majestic sailed above among the sea of stars and planets it's beauty filling me with bliss and joy while longing to take that flight.
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Debra Abbott Dec 11
The space station passing over our house.
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Boeing Space Dec 12
For the past 20 years, has been a proving ground for humankind’s capability to build partnerships, invent new technology & develop new science that has bettered life on & off Earth.
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Boeing Space Dec 11
Up to six spaceships can be docked to at once. Next year, one of these will be our CST-100 .
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Boeing Space Dec 13
The crew has left the building! 👋🏻 in 1998, Space Shuttle Endeavour undocked from , marking the end of STS-88’s work on the orbital platform, and the beginning of a new era of spaceflight.
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DuckDAWorld Dec 10
..ordering a to : -replicate , thus drawning all the energy from a -replicate multiple puppydogs to start a -like infestation Without forgetting that these actions could destabilize the Ferengi's Continue ?
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Braveheart Dec 13
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ESA space history Dec 11
Flight Day 8 of STS-88, 10 December 1998, was a historic day. The International was opened for the first time on orbit. Commander Bob Cabana and Russian cosmonaut Sergei Krikalev opened the hatch to the Unity node of the new Space Station
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ISS Archaeology Dec 13
On this day 20 years ago, at 2024 UTC, the Space Shuttle Endeavour undocked from the now-joined Zarya and Node 1-Unity modules, making the new International an independent spacecraft for the first time
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Ashley 💗 Whiskey Dec 11
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Boeing Space Dec 12
. lessons learned are helping and teams prepare for deep space missions.
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Boeing Space Dec 13
Laboratory, proving ground, home. Engineering feat. is proof that .
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