IMMUNITY STUDIES AND SPACEX LAUNCH

While immunity studies continue aboard ISS the SpaceX Dragon launch on the Falcon 9 rocket was delayed due to a drone ship power issue. The launch occurred in the last 15 hours.

IMMUNITY STUDIES CONTINUE AFTER SPACEX LAUNCH Immunity studies continue while the ISS crew prepare for the arrival of the SpaceX Dragon supply ship with a minor delay with the launch. SpaceX launched just 15 hours ago. More than 5,500 pounds of cargo is on its way to the International Space Station aboard a SpaceX Dragon… Continue reading IMMUNITY STUDIES AND SPACEX LAUNCH

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CYGNUS SUPPLY SHIP LAUNCH TO ISS

The next launch of the ATK Orbital Cygnus supply ship will be covered in 360 degree video! The Cygnus cargo spacecraft was pictured after it was captured with the Canadarm2 on Oct. 23, 2016.

The next launch of the ATK Orbital Cygnus supply ship mission will be monitored and managed by another organization to the ever-expanding space programs. The ULA (United Launch Alliance) will be part of the launch readiness review before more cargo is launched into space to join with the International Space Station, as well as, future… Continue reading CYGNUS SUPPLY SHIP LAUNCH TO ISS

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CYGNUS TRAINING BEFORE LAUNCH

Hurricane Matthew (eye at top center) was pictured from the space station on the afternoon of Oct. 3, 2016 while the crew on the space station prepare to receive the Cygnus cargo ship after an October 13, 2016 launch. Credit: @Space_Station

The crew aboard the space station are training and preparing to receive the Orbital ATK Cygus cargo ship after its launch on October 13, 2016. The Expedition 49 crew is getting ready for the mid-October arrival of the Orbital ATK Cygnus spacecraft. The trio is also exploring human research and setting up a student Earth… Continue reading CYGNUS TRAINING BEFORE LAUNCH

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All Roads Lead to Launch Pad

A large truck can transport a rocket component the size of one engine. But how do you transport a piece as tall as, say, the Leaning Tower of Pisa to a launch pad?

SLS (Space Launch System) Pathway To Launch Pad All roads lead to the pad is a good way to explain how the Orion spacecraft for future interplanetary space travel will occur. NASA is preparing for the first of many flights of the agency’s Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft. Every day we’re making progress… Continue reading All Roads Lead to Launch Pad

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