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3 Alternative Scenarios NASA Considered Before Deciding to Crash the ISS
3 Alternative Scenarios NASA Considered Before Deciding to Crash the ISS

30 Sep 2023, 23:38 UTC · By: Daniel Patrascu / NASA and partner space agencies in the operation of the International Space Station considered several options before deciding to kill the laboratory

 
American Hero Sets New Record for Most Consecutive Days in Space on His First Mission
American Hero Sets New Record for Most Consecutive Days in Space on His First Mission

13 Sep 2023, 06:56 UTC · By: Daniel Patrascu / American astronaut Frank Rubio will have spent a total of 371 consecutive days on the ISS upon his return later this month, a new NASA record

 
CGI Shows How China's Space Station Looks Like in Orbit
CGI Shows How China's Space Station Looks Like in Orbit

16 Aug 2023, 14:04 UTC · By: Daniel Patrascu / A new video published by space tech specialist Hazegrayart puts the Chinese Tiangong space station into perspective and in virtual orbit.

 
NASA Clears 4th Private Mission to the International Space Station for 2024
NASA Clears 4th Private Mission to the International Space Station for 2024

7 Aug 2023, 11:43 UTC · By: Daniel Patrascu / NASA said it agreed to a fourth private space mission to the International Space Station, this one too to be handled by Axiom Space

 
Europe Is Looking for a New Cargo Supply Spaceship Capable of Carrying Two Tons to Space
Europe Is Looking for a New Cargo Supply Spaceship Capable of Carrying Two Tons to Space

5 Jun 2023, 12:30 UTC · By: Daniel Patrascu / The European Space Agency kicks off the search for its own cargo supply ship for use in space, plans to rent it from private companies

 
Surface Avatar Is an Experiment as Exciting as It Sounds, Controlling Robots From Space
Surface Avatar Is an Experiment as Exciting as It Sounds, Controlling Robots From Space

23 May 2023, 12:14 UTC · By: Daniel Patrascu / The European Space Agency (ESA) is gearing up to run an experiment which will see an ISS astronaut control several machines on Earth

 
The Airbus LOOP Orbital Module Puts a Greenhouse and Actual Creature Comforts in Space
The Airbus LOOP Orbital Module Puts a Greenhouse and Actual Creature Comforts in Space

30 Apr 2023, 00:30 UTC · By: Elena Gorgan / The multi-purpose orbital module from Airbus is also a highly versatile and customizable space habitat, offering unprecedented volume and comfort

 
Starship Is Not Even Flying Yet, And It's Already Docked with the ISS. In Imagination Land
Starship Is Not Even Flying Yet, And It's Already Docked with the ISS. In Imagination Land

20 Apr 2023, 08:21 UTC · By: Daniel Patrascu / As we prepare for the first orbital flight of the SpaceX Starship later on April 20, an animation video shows the spaceship already docking with the ISS

 
Third Round of Private Astronauts Going to the International Space Station This Fall
Third Round of Private Astronauts Going to the International Space Station This Fall

15 Mar 2023, 13:26 UTC · By: Daniel Patrascu / NASA just cleared Axiom Space for a third private mission to the International Space Station, Ax-3 to lift off later this year

 
SpaceX Crew Dragon to Serve as Bus for Second Private Mission to the ISS, Plenty of Firsts
SpaceX Crew Dragon to Serve as Bus for Second Private Mission to the ISS, Plenty of Firsts

15 Feb 2023, 11:19 UTC · By: Daniel Patrascu / The second private mission to the International Space Station (ISS) is set to depart later this spring with female commander and a crew of four

 
Virgin to Fly Axiom Space Astronaut Next Year, Bleeds Money in Q3 2022
Virgin to Fly Axiom Space Astronaut Next Year, Bleeds Money in Q3 2022

4 Nov 2022, 10:48 UTC · By: Daniel Patrascu / Virgin Galactic announced it will fly an Axiom Space astronaut and science sometime next year, while posting huge loss for Q3 2022

 
Boeing Starliner Going Up With Crew No Sooner Than April 2023
Boeing Starliner Going Up With Crew No Sooner Than April 2023

4 Nov 2022, 06:32 UTC · By: Daniel Patrascu / NASA and Boeing announced the first crewed flight of the Starliner spaceship will not happen until April of next year because of ISS scheduling

 
NASA Observed the Brightest Explosion in Recorded History, Details Inside
NASA Observed the Brightest Explosion in Recorded History, Details Inside

18 Oct 2022, 22:19 UTC · By: Benny Kirk / It's not often a flash of shockingly bright light, and energy suddenly pops up in the night sky so intense it mimics a star many times closer than it really is

 
Russian Orbital Service Station: Russia's Defiant Successor to the ISS Launching in 2026
Russian Orbital Service Station: Russia's Defiant Successor to the ISS Launching in 2026

14 Oct 2022, 22:49 UTC · By: Benny Kirk / Should Russia follow through with the plan to leave the International Space Station, all their energy will become devoted to their own space station.

 
World’s First Space Tourist, Billionaire Dennis Tito, Buys 2 Seats on SpaceX’s Starship
World’s First Space Tourist, Billionaire Dennis Tito, Buys 2 Seats on SpaceX’s Starship

13 Oct 2022, 06:19 UTC · By: Elena Gorgan / Dennis and Akiko Tito will become the first couple to do a lunar flyby on the second manned, private mission of the Starship rocket

 
Tom Cruise Is Taking Us to Space: Universal Boss Confirms Movie Onboard the ISS
Tom Cruise Is Taking Us to Space: Universal Boss Confirms Movie Onboard the ISS

10 Oct 2022, 05:28 UTC · By: Elena Gorgan / Plans for shooting in space were announced a couple of years ago but stalled as Hollywood dealt with the health crisis. They’re now back on the table

 
Hilton Is Building the First Space Hotel for Astronauts on Starlab
Hilton Is Building the First Space Hotel for Astronauts on Starlab

23 Sep 2022, 04:50 UTC · By: Elena Gorgan / Hilton Hotels and Voyager are working on the hotel suites on Starlab, to “reimagine the human experience in space” for comfortable, extended stays

 
Second American Private Astronaut Mission to the ISS Coming in 2023
Second American Private Astronaut Mission to the ISS Coming in 2023

1 Sep 2022, 06:32 UTC · By: Daniel Patrascu / NASA and Axiom released the first details of the second private astronaut mission America is sending up to the International Space Station

 
Northrop Grumman's Cygnus Re-Boosts the International Space Station, Keeps Its Orbit Safe
Northrop Grumman's Cygnus Re-Boosts the International Space Station, Keeps Its Orbit Safe

27 Jun 2022, 19:37 UTC · By: Benny Kirk / Docked at the ISS since this February, this particular spacecraft successfully fired its main engine to keep it on rails in orbit for a bit longer.

 
One of the World’s Most Impressive Spaceplanes Could Be Landing in New Mexico Soon
One of the World’s Most Impressive Spaceplanes Could Be Landing in New Mexico Soon

24 Jun 2022, 02:46 UTC · By: Otilia Drăgan / Dream Chaser, the unique spaceplane with wings that can land anywhere in the world, could be landing in New Mexico in the following years