With new technology installed, scientists are studying how the crew adapts to the changes. The results look promising. 2017 is going to be a most interesting year in research. Scientists are researching how International Space Station astronauts adapt to new technology as NASA prepares to send humans beyond low-Earth orbit. Crew members will have to… Continue reading SCIENTISTS STUDY NEW TECHNOLOGY ADAPTATIONS
Did the Apollo 20 mission really happen? This article takes a look at the history of claims that it did. I watched “Aliens on the Moon” on the Destination America channel, yesterday. I must say the two-hour episode was most interesting. I could see where serious research was undertaken, yet one thing stood out that could… Continue reading APOLLO 20 MISSION – WAS IT REAL?
After a week of preparation (detailed below), the HTV 6 Japanese cargo ship was released from the space station headed to a location over the Pacific ocean to safely burn up with 4.5 tons of trash on February 5th, 2017. Expedition 50 Flight Engineer Thomas Pesquet of ESA (European Space Agency) and Commander Shane Kimbrough… Continue reading HTV CARGO SHIP LEAVES SPACE STATION
Ongoing research in science and experimentation continues aboard the International Space Station. Today’s focus in on fluid shifts in micro-gravity environments. The Expedition 50 crew members explored a variety of space phenomena today to help researchers improve life for humans and stimulate children’s curiosity in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Scientists are working to understand… Continue reading FLUID STUDIES IN SPACE BENEFIT ALL