ARTIFICIAL GRAVITY AND ITS POSSIBILITIES

Courtesy Mashable, this concept of an artificial gravity space station is considered for 2025.

ARTIFICIAL GRAVITY AND ITS POSSIBILITIES Artificial Gravity, Teleportation, and Space Program was first written for publication in April, 2015. The article was to address some of the most complex areas of space travel NASA is yet to face. Since then, what this writer considered concepts to be in their infancy has advanced, dramatically.  Tempus fugit!… Continue reading ARTIFICIAL GRAVITY AND ITS POSSIBILITIES

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Launch of Russian Cargo Mission Scrubbed

The Progress 68 resupply rocket stands at it launch pad at the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. Credit: Roscosmos Launch of the Russian Progress 68 cargo craft has been scrubbed for today. The next launch attempt will be no earlier than Saturday Oct. 14 at 4:46 am EDT (2:46 p.m. local time in Baikonur). Following a… Continue reading Launch of Russian Cargo Mission Scrubbed

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TOUCHDOWN AS CREW LANDS ON EARTH

The Soyuz MS-04 vehicle is pictured the moment as it makes touchdown with the Expedition 52 crew inside. Photo Credit: (NASA/Bill Ingalls)

Touchdown as the Expedition 52 crew members return to earth in a safe landing. While living and working aboard the world’s only orbiting laboratory, Whitson and Fischer contributed to hundreds of experiments in biology, biotechnology, physical science and Earth science, welcomed several cargo spacecraft delivering tons of supplies and research experiments, and conducted a combined… Continue reading TOUCHDOWN AS CREW LANDS ON EARTH

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NEW CREW PREPARE FOR LAUNCH

The next crew prepare for launch to the International Space Station. They are the next Expedition 53-54 mission astronauts.

The next team of astronauts prepare for the next launch to the International Space Station. They are detailed in the image below. A new set of Expedition 53 crew members arrived at the Baikonur Cosmodrome launch site today ahead of their Sept. 12 liftoff to the International Space Station. NASA astronauts Joe Acaba and Mark… Continue reading NEW CREW PREPARE FOR LAUNCH

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