HOMECOMING FOR ISS TRIO

The six-member Expedition 59 crew poses for a portrait inside Northrop Grumman’s Cygnus commercial space freighter dubbed the S.S. Roger B. Chaffee. Clockwise from bottom are cosmonauts Alexey Ovchinin and Oleg Kononenko; NASA astronauts Christina Koch and Nick Hague; Canadian Space Agency astronaut David Saint-Jacques and NASA astronaut Anne McClain. Homecoming is imminent.

HOMECOMING FOR THE INTREPID CREW OF ISS Homecoming is near for the Expedition 59 crew members of the International Space Station. After a usual six-month tour aboard ISS, it is time for the next expedition to return home to earth in late June. Station Trio Prepping for June 24 Earth Return Three Expedition 59 crew… Continue reading HOMECOMING FOR ISS TRIO

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BLOOD EYE AND RESEARCH TO DEEP SPACE

Blood research continues on ISS. The moon is photographed in its waning gibbous phase just above the Earth’s limb as the International Space Station orbited 258 miles above the North Atlantic Ocean just off the Canadian-American coast.

BLOOD, EYE, AND RESEARCH TO GO TO DEEP SPACE Blood, eye, and other science research continues on the International Space Station. Its present goal is to conclude experiments where scientists will learn more about the ability to send humans in deeper space. Then, continued longer and safer voyages will be underway in the future. APRIL… Continue reading BLOOD EYE AND RESEARCH TO DEEP SPACE

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STATION SET WITH SCIENCE AND GYGNUS

April 19, 2019: International Space Station Configuration. Five spaceships are docked at the space station including Northrop Grumman’s Cygnus space freighter and Russia’s Progress 71 and 72 resupply ships and the Soyuz MS-11 and MS-12 crew ships.

STATION SET WITH SCIENCE, RESEARCH, AND CYGNUS UNTIL JULY, 2019 Station, as it is, will be abuzz with activity for years to come, despite what some may say. The following posts are from April 19, 2019. Previously mentioned in live coverage, the International Space Station (ISS) has captured and attached the Northrup Grumman Cygnus supply… Continue reading STATION SET WITH SCIENCE AND GYGNUS

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BROADCAST VIA NASA TV FRIDAY

Northrup Grumman Cygnus cargo ship attached to Canadarm2

Broadcast of the capture of the Northrup Grumman Cygnus re-supply ship is set for Friday via NASA TV. The event will broadcast the capture live at 4 am EDT. The ship installation will broadcast live at 7 am EDT. A Northrop Grumman cargo ship carrying about 7,600 pounds of science and research investigations, supplies, and… Continue reading BROADCAST VIA NASA TV FRIDAY

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