MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND IN SPACE

The aurora australis, also known as the “southern lights,” is pictured as the International Space Station orbited 264 miles above the Indian Ocean south of the Australian island state of Tasmania.

IT IS A BUSY HOLIDAY ABOARD THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION Memorial Day weekend is filled with science activity on the International Space Station (ISS). This article details the events occurring below. In anticipation of the upcoming spacewalk, the Russian Oclar spacesuits are being readied for use. Space Biology, Physics and Suit Checks Start Memorial Weekend… Continue reading MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND IN SPACE

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DNA, PHYSICS AND ROBOTICS ON ISS

NASA astronaut Nick Hague of Expedition 59 sequences DNA samples for a study exploring how increased exposure to space radiation impacts crew health.

SCIENCE RESEARCH, PHYSICS AND ROBOTICS ARE HIGH-FLYING ON ISS DNA research is underway while other crew members prepare for the next spacewalk. Advanced physics and robotics work has taken a lot of effort aboard the space station, as well. Today, The Russian Progress cargo ship boosted ISS to a higher altitude in preparation for the… Continue reading DNA, PHYSICS AND ROBOTICS ON ISS

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MIDWEEK IMMUNOLOGY RESEARCH ON ISS

This oblique nighttime view of Western Europe and the well-lit coasts (from left) of Spain, France and Italy was taken from the International Space Station as it orbited 256 miles above the Mediterranean Sea.

SCIENCE RESEARCH AND SPACEWALK PREPS CONTINUE ON ISS Midweek immunology research and preparations for the next spacewalk continue on the International Space Station. The space laboratory has been a very busy place in a number of areas. This article covers the latest research and its benefits for humanity in the near future. Midweek Immunology Research… Continue reading MIDWEEK IMMUNOLOGY RESEARCH ON ISS

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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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