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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

 
Cygnus Spacecraft Gears Up to Carry Crucial Cargo to the ISS
Cygnus Spacecraft Gears Up to Carry Crucial Cargo to the ISS

18 Feb 2022, 19:51 UTC / Tomorrow, on Friday 19th, a Northrop Grumman Cygnus spacecraft will blast off into space with 8,300 lbs of crucial cargo onboard

 
Fire Will Be Set on the Space Station to Study Materials for Homes on Moon and Mars
Fire Will Be Set on the Space Station to Study Materials for Homes on Moon and Mars

17 Feb 2022, 12:46 UTC / NASA sending five fire-related experiments to the International Space Station this weekend, in a bid to learn how to devise better materials for space

 
International Space Station Comes Crashing Down in 2031, to Hit Pacific Ocean
International Space Station Comes Crashing Down in 2031, to Hit Pacific Ocean

6 Feb 2022, 06:02 UTC / NASA updates plans for the ISS, sets the date of it crashing into the Pacific Ocean's Point Nemo remote location for January 2031

 
Four Brave Souls Cleared to Take a Falcon 9 to the ISS in Axiom First Private Mission
Four Brave Souls Cleared to Take a Falcon 9 to the ISS in Axiom First Private Mission

3 Feb 2022, 14:51 UTC / NASA gives green light to the four people that will make up the first private mission to the International Space Station, liftoff on March 30

 
Badminton Is Great on Earth, but a Match in Zero-G Is a Lot More Fun
Badminton Is Great on Earth, but a Match in Zero-G Is a Lot More Fun

4 Jan 2022, 01:43 UTC / Have you ever wondered how a sport that's usually played on the ground looks like in zero-gravity? Astronauts show us how a badminton match is played on the ISS

 
Japanese Billionaire Returns From His $80M Space Trip, Ready for the Next One
Japanese Billionaire Returns From His $80M Space Trip, Ready for the Next One

21 Dec 2021, 04:22 UTC / Yusaku Maezawa returned from the Internation Space Station, after 12 days in space, and is already gearing up for upcoming moon trip

 
Japanese Billionaire at the ISS Is Like a Kid at Disneyland, Confirms Outrageous Costs
Japanese Billionaire at the ISS Is Like a Kid at Disneyland, Confirms Outrageous Costs

15 Dec 2021, 07:02 UTC / Yusaku Maezawa is having the time of his life at the International Space Station, a multimillion-dollar controversial space adventure

 
Uber Eats Sends Special Delivery 248 Miles Up to the Astronauts in Space
Uber Eats Sends Special Delivery 248 Miles Up to the Astronauts in Space

14 Dec 2021, 01:00 UTC / Uber Eats has sent a very special delivery to the International Space Stations. It took eight hours for it to get there, but astronauts got to enjoy the space

 
Japanese Billionaire Kicked Off His $88 Million Space Trip to the ISS, to Play Golf
Japanese Billionaire Kicked Off His $88 Million Space Trip to the ISS, to Play Golf

9 Dec 2021, 06:00 UTC / The extravagant Japanese millionaire that's also going to fly to the moon has blasted off to the ISS , ready for important tasks such as blowing bubbles

 
Space Station Moves to Avoid Remnants of an American Rocket Launched in 1994
Space Station Moves to Avoid Remnants of an American Rocket Launched in 1994

3 Dec 2021, 14:03 UTC / The International Space Station had to adjust its orbit to avoid a danger posed by the remnants of an American rocket launched decades ago

 
The Only Spaceplane That Can Land Anywhere on Earth, Closer to Its First NASA Mission
The Only Spaceplane That Can Land Anywhere on Earth, Closer to Its First NASA Mission

22 Nov 2021, 06:52 UTC / The Dream Chaser, claiming to be the only orbital spaceplane available and almost ready to enter service, just got a massive $1.4 billion funding

 
Russians Endangered the ISS Three Times This Year, And They Don’t Even Seem Bothered
Russians Endangered the ISS Three Times This Year, And They Don’t Even Seem Bothered

20 Nov 2021, 08:37 UTC / In three instances in 2021, the Russian have put the space station at risk, the last time by blowing a satellite into bits in orbit

 
Russian News Agency Goes Story-Hunting in Space, Opens World's First Bureau on the ISS
Russian News Agency Goes Story-Hunting in Space, Opens World's First Bureau on the ISS

18 Nov 2021, 16:08 UTC / Russia's major news agency TASS is opening a permanent bureau on the International Space Station, because Earth is limiting.

 
Russia Blows Up a Satellite in Orbit, Space Station Astronauts Take Shelter
Russia Blows Up a Satellite in Orbit, Space Station Astronauts Take Shelter

16 Nov 2021, 09:29 UTC / Russia on Monday destroyed one of its own satellites with a missile, the resulting debris field caused quite the commotion on the ISS

 
SpaceX Crew Dragon Capsule Carries Four Astronauts to the Space Station
SpaceX Crew Dragon Capsule Carries Four Astronauts to the Space Station

11 Nov 2021, 05:21 UTC / NASA astronauts Raja Chari, Tom Marshburn, Kayla Barron, and ESA astronaut Matthias Maurer are riding a SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule to the ISS

 
Astronaut Shares Images of the Most Intense Auroras Seen From the ISS in the Last 6 Months
Astronaut Shares Images of the Most Intense Auroras Seen From the ISS in the Last 6 Months

8 Nov 2021, 13:15 UTC / Astronaut Thomas Pesquet of the SpaceX Crew-2 mission shared stunning photos of the auroras, as seen from the International Space Station

 
SpaceX 215-Feet Rocket Goes Up with Crew Dragon on Top Ahead of Halloween Launch
SpaceX 215-Feet Rocket Goes Up with Crew Dragon on Top Ahead of Halloween Launch

28 Oct 2021, 01:11 UTC / On October 31st, NASA's SpaceX Crew-3 mission will carry an international crew of four astronauts on a six-month science expedition to the ISS

 
Get Ready for a Halloween Treat, Four Astronauts Will Ride a SpaceX Crew Dragon to the ISS
Get Ready for a Halloween Treat, Four Astronauts Will Ride a SpaceX Crew Dragon to the ISS

27 Oct 2021, 22:32 UTC / NASA and SpaceX are getting ready to send once again astronauts to the ISS. This time, we'll get to see a special launch as the crew will take off on Halloween