TODAY SCIENCE RESEARCH FROM SPACE

The full moon is pictured from the International Space Station today, as the orbiting complex orbited 263 miles above the South Atlantic Ocean.

TODAY SCIENCE RESEARCH CONTINUES WHILE PREPARING FOR SPACEWALK WITH NEW RUSSIAN SUITS Today science research continues with constantly evolving innovations. In this article, some of these new applications are discussed. The dedication of the international crew members, committed to excellence in state-of-the-art pursuance of bringing mankind closer to the stars goes unabated. Today’s DNA, Immunity,… Continue reading TODAY SCIENCE RESEARCH FROM SPACE

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PROMOTE MOON COLONIZATION FROM ISS

A moonrise from 2016 is photographed from the space station with the Earth’s limb, the atmospheric glow and the aurora below.

MOON COLONIZATION IS THE NEXT STEP Promote moon colonization is only the next step underway for humans to colonize the solar system. It is a methodical, deliberate, and painstaking process that takes years to complete. There have been recent claims of bases on the dark side of the moon, as well as, on the side… Continue reading PROMOTE MOON COLONIZATION FROM ISS

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WEEK IN REVIEW ON SPACE STATION

This week many US residents will be able to see ISS from their hometowns. The Gulf and eastern coasts of the United States feature prominently in this well-lit nighttime view of North America.

WEEK IN REVIEW ABOARD THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION Week in review of activity on the International Space Station (ISS) has been nothing boring, to say the least. With another upcoming spacewalk planned, other maintenance and research continues without cessation. Next week, the schedule will remain full, as is usual. Let us begin with a notification… Continue reading WEEK IN REVIEW ON SPACE STATION

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TODAY SCIENCE TOMORROW HEALTH

Expedition 59 Flight Engineers (from left) Anne McClain, David Saint-Jacques and Christina Koch are gathered inside the U.S. Destiny laboratory.

TODAY SCIENCE TOMORROW ASTRONAUT HEALTH Today, as science research and experimentation on human, food, and survival are conducted daily in (and on) the International Space Station, the crew works hard to solve issues with future space travel in the solar system, and beyond. These detailed and exacting experiments continue today and tomorrow, safety of space… Continue reading TODAY SCIENCE TOMORROW HEALTH

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