NASA NOT ANOTHER SPACE AMERICA

Darren writes this post on his views about NASA and how it appears to the public today. Enjoy another installment of 'Redmond's Reviews.'

NASA. Does it stand for Not Another Space (Flight) America? NASA and the moon landing was a game changer for society. This is a thought-provoking article from Redmond’s Reviews. Enjoy. NASA AND THE MOON LANDING OF JULY 20, 1969 When I was much younger, I knew this boy, the first time the United States moon… Continue reading NASA NOT ANOTHER SPACE AMERICA

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NASA LYING, MARS IMAGES REALLY OF DEVON ISLAND, CANADA

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NASA began sharing the images of the Viking Mars missions in 1976. The spacecraft started to send images of the surface of the red planet back to earth showing ancient riverbeds, what appear to be pyramids, and an enormous face. The prospects that Mars once had a modern civilization existing there has sparked the interest… Continue reading NASA LYING, MARS IMAGES REALLY OF DEVON ISLAND, CANADA

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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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SLEEP IN AND RELAXED SCHEDULE TODAY

Cosmonauts Alexey Ovchinin (foreground) and Oleg Kononenko work on a pair of Russian Orlan spacesuits inside the Pirs docking compartment’s airlock.

THE ISS CREW ENJOYS A POST-SPACEWALK SLEEP IN Sleep in for the crew was the next scheduled task after a successful spacewalk. The six-hour maintenance excursion outside the space station was successful. Some science duties were undertaken; however, the ISS crew also enjoyed a relaxed work time during the day. This two-part article details the… Continue reading SLEEP IN AND RELAXED SCHEDULE TODAY

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