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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THREE HUMANS AND THANKSGIVING ON ISS

Serena Auñón-Chancellor (right) takes a group selfie with her Expedition 57 crew mates (from left) Sergey Prokopyev and Alexander Gerst. The three-person crew was gathered for dinner in the Zvezda Service Module, part of the International Space Station’s Russian segment.

Three humans will spend Thanksgiving orbiting about 260 miles above Earth. Another three individuals are spending the holiday in Kazakhstan preparing to launch to the International Space Station on Dec. 3. The Expedition 57 trio from the U.S., Russia and Germany will share a traditional Thanksgiving meal together with fresh ingredients delivered over the weekend… Continue reading THREE HUMANS AND THANKSGIVING ON ISS

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ROCKET TO RESUPPLY SPACE STATION

Northrop Grumman’s Antares rocket carrying a Cygnus resupply spacecraft is seen on Pad-0A after being raised into a vertical position, Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2018 at NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia.

Rocket each from the United States and Russia are preparing to resupply the International Space Station this weekend. A U.S. rocket stands at its launch pad at the Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia counting down to a Thursday morning launch. On the other side of the world in Kazakhstan, a Russian rocket is being processed… Continue reading ROCKET TO RESUPPLY SPACE STATION

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CANCER AND FERTILITY RESEARCH ON ISS

NASA astronaut Ricky Arnold is inside the seven-windowed Cupola that provides views of the Earth below as well as approaching and departing resupply ships while cancer and fertility research is underway.

Cancer and fertility research is on the agenda for astronauts aboard the International Space Station. After receiving the latest, one-day shipment of cargo and supplies from Russia, ongoing research, maintenance, unpacking and reorganization of schedules are underway. The Expedition 56 crew members explored a variety of microgravity science today potentially improving the lives of people… Continue reading CANCER AND FERTILITY RESEARCH ON ISS

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