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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 / 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 / Dream Chaser, the unique spaceplane with wings that can land anywhere in the world, could be landing in New Mexico in the following years

 
Crewed Starliner Mission to Be Flown With Just Two Astronauts, NASA Plays It Safe
Crewed Starliner Mission to Be Flown With Just Two Astronauts, NASA Plays It Safe

17 Jun 2022, 09:50 UTC / NASA makes some changes to the Starliner Crew Flight Test, decides to go with two astronauts and the possibility for them to remain a long time in space

 
The Shooting Star Transport Vehicle Is Gearing up for Its First NASA Resupply Mission
The Shooting Star Transport Vehicle Is Gearing up for Its First NASA Resupply Mission

2 Jun 2022, 05:06 UTC / Dream Chaser claims to be the world's only orbital commercial spaceplane. The Shooting Star will be attached to it, for delivering cargo to the ISS

 
Humanity’s Space Empire Will Be Built on the Bones of Mice Astronauts
Humanity’s Space Empire Will Be Built on the Bones of Mice Astronauts

29 May 2022, 04:34 UTC / Since 2014, NASA is using a specially designed tool called Rodent Research Hardware System to study the effects of zero-g on rodents

 
Man Who Flew a Patio Umbrella Aims to Become ISS Astronaut
Man Who Flew a Patio Umbrella Aims to Become ISS Astronaut

28 May 2022, 04:59 UTC / In 2019, Sadik Kocadalli became an internet star with the moniker “Turkey’s first astronaut.” Today, he hopes for a chance to actually become one

 
See the Boeing Starliner Perfectly Launch for the Heavens in Less Than a Minute
See the Boeing Starliner Perfectly Launch for the Heavens in Less Than a Minute

20 May 2022, 08:01 UTC / The Boeing Starliner departed for the International Space Station on Thursday, gunning for a docking operation later today

 
Boeing Starliner Left the Launch Pad the Wrong Way 10 Months Ago. Here It Is Going Back
Boeing Starliner Left the Launch Pad the Wrong Way 10 Months Ago. Here It Is Going Back

19 May 2022, 07:26 UTC / Boeing and the United Launch Alliance moved the Atlas V rocket and Starliner spaceship to the launch pad, mission start later today

 
Boeing Starliner Will Launch or Fail on May 19, Here’s Where to Watch
Boeing Starliner Will Launch or Fail on May 19, Here’s Where to Watch

16 May 2022, 07:58 UTC / Boeing will make a third attempt to complete a space station mission with the Starliner spaceship on May 19, NASA to broadcast it all

 
After Six Months in Space, Crew-3 Astronauts Are Finally Back Home
After Six Months in Space, Crew-3 Astronauts Are Finally Back Home

6 May 2022, 16:19 UTC / The SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft Endurance successfully returned Friday (May 6) from space with Crew-3 astronauts onboard

 
The ISS Is Turning Into a Very Expensive Hotel, Its Latest Visitors Returned to Earth
The ISS Is Turning Into a Very Expensive Hotel, Its Latest Visitors Returned to Earth

26 Apr 2022, 00:26 UTC / Space travel is not something that’s reserved for astronauts alone. The civilian exploration beyond the Karman line has started. It’s doable! Here’s the proof

 
Astronaut on Space Station Takes Control of Rover on Earth, Force Feedback And All
Astronaut on Space Station Takes Control of Rover on Earth, Force Feedback And All

21 Apr 2022, 09:46 UTC / ESA tests a new force feedback-based distant rover control technique, asks an astronaut in space to move a rover here on Earth

 
SpaceX Launches First All-Private Astronaut Mission to the ISS
SpaceX Launches First All-Private Astronaut Mission to the ISS

8 Apr 2022, 19:24 UTC / Today, a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket took off with a Dragon Endeavor spaceraft on top, carrying the first all-privat astronaut mission to the ISS

 
First American Private Crew Launching for ISS on April 8
First American Private Crew Launching for ISS on April 8

4 Apr 2022, 09:15 UTC / Axiom Space now says the launch date for its first crewed mission to the International Space Station is Friday, April 8, 2022

 
Tiny Astrobee Robots Demonstrate an Innovative Approach to Tackling Space Debris
Tiny Astrobee Robots Demonstrate an Innovative Approach to Tackling Space Debris

23 Mar 2022, 08:58 UTC / The German Aerospace Center is part of an innovative project that uses two Astrobee robots in an orbital scenario, for effectively removing space debris

 
American Astronaut Sets Record for Most Consecutive Days Spent in Space, Almost a Year
American Astronaut Sets Record for Most Consecutive Days Spent in Space, Almost a Year

16 Mar 2022, 10:14 UTC / American astronaut Mark Vande Hei would have spent, at the end of his tour on the ISS on March 30, the most consecutive days in space, 355

 
ISS Ditches Russian Modules to the Tunes of Ukraine’s National Anthem in Fresh Animation
ISS Ditches Russian Modules to the Tunes of Ukraine’s National Anthem in Fresh Animation

14 Mar 2022, 10:24 UTC / Following Russia's threats to abandon the International Space Station, animation specialist Hazegrayart shows the reduced ISS to the tunes of Ukraine's anthem

 
Americans Will Fly Broomsticks Instead of Russian Rockets, and Elon Musk Has the Best Kind
Americans Will Fly Broomsticks Instead of Russian Rockets, and Elon Musk Has the Best Kind

5 Mar 2022, 08:14 UTC / Roscosmos chief said “let them fly broomsticks” when announcing Russia’s decision to stop supply of rocket engines to the U.S., and service of those delivered

 
Russia Leaving the Space Station Could Doom ISS Far Ahead of Schedule
Russia Leaving the Space Station Could Doom ISS Far Ahead of Schedule

3 Mar 2022, 09:30 UTC / Russia is threatening to abandon the International Space Station two years from now, that may affect plans to de-orbit the ISS

 
SpaceX Will “Save” the International Space Station If Russia Decides to Crash It on Earth
SpaceX Will “Save” the International Space Station If Russia Decides to Crash It on Earth

28 Feb 2022, 06:08 UTC / Elon Musk responds to Roscosmos chief Dmitry Rogozin’ not-so-veiled threat that further sanctions on Russia could bring the ISS down in an uncontrolled manner