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Diamonds Will Be Flown to the ISS for the First Time, Can Become Yours for up to $2M
Diamonds Will Be Flown to the ISS for the First Time, Can Become Yours for up to $2M

27 Oct 2021, 08:53 UTC / Talk about rare, expensive gifts – these diamonds will be the first ever to travel to space, before becoming expensive pieces of jewelry

 
Earth's Orbit Is Getting Crowded, New Inflatable Station Eyes a Spot in Space
Earth's Orbit Is Getting Crowded, New Inflatable Station Eyes a Spot in Space

22 Oct 2021, 02:21 UTC / As the ISS is starting to show its age, multiple companies are rushing to design the next-generation space station. One of them could look like Starlab

 
Russian Spacecraft Fires Thrusters and Pushes the Space Station Out of Position, Again
Russian Spacecraft Fires Thrusters and Pushes the Space Station Out of Position, Again

16 Oct 2021, 04:28 UTC / On Friday, October 15th, a Soyuz MS-18 spacecraft fired its thrusters kept firing its thrusters, pushing the ISS out of place

 
Astronaut Captures Rare Blue Glow Over Earth from the ISS
Astronaut Captures Rare Blue Glow Over Earth from the ISS

11 Oct 2021, 02:09 UTC / French astronaut Thomas Pesquet has shared a very interesting image. Captured from the International Space Station, the picture shows a blue glow over Europe

 
Cargo Dragon Lights Up in Red and Green as It Leaves the ISS
Cargo Dragon Lights Up in Red and Green as It Leaves the ISS

10 Oct 2021, 07:45 UTC / The image you see here was captured as the most recent Cargo Dragon capsule was leaving the International Space Station a couple of weeks ago

 
Russian Film Crew to Beat Tom Cruise to the ISS This Week, NASA Is All Over the Launch
Russian Film Crew to Beat Tom Cruise to the ISS This Week, NASA Is All Over the Launch

4 Oct 2021, 08:01 UTC / A Russian Soyuz spacecraft will take the first professional film crew to the International Space Station on Tuesday, Tom Cruise loses this one

 
Cargo Dragon Opens Wide as It Approaches the International Space Station
Cargo Dragon Opens Wide as It Approaches the International Space Station

3 Oct 2021, 08:00 UTC / The image you see is the SpaceX Cargo Dragon on approach to the ISS back at the end of August, reveals docking mechanism.

 
Young People Have the Chance to Run Their Code on the International Space Station
Young People Have the Chance to Run Their Code on the International Space Station

3 Oct 2021, 00:54 UTC / ESA is offering young people the chance to run their code on the ISS. All they have to do is write a program to display a personalized message for astronauts

 
This Is How the International Space Station Will Burn Up Crashing Into the Earth
This Is How the International Space Station Will Burn Up Crashing Into the Earth

2 Oct 2021, 07:13 UTC / Animation video gives us a glimpse into how the International Space Station will crash into our planet in the not so distant future

 
This NASA Astronaut is Ready to Smash the American Record for Time Spent in Space
This NASA Astronaut is Ready to Smash the American Record for Time Spent in Space

20 Sep 2021, 20:33 UTC / Vande Hei and fellow crewmember, Pyotr Dubrov were recently informed that they were to remain aboard the ISS while the rest of the crew rotates back to Earth

 
Tom Cruise Loses Space Race: The Challenge Starts Shooting on the ISS Next Month
Tom Cruise Loses Space Race: The Challenge Starts Shooting on the ISS Next Month

20 Sep 2021, 08:42 UTC / The Russian film team has completed training and will be taking off on October 5, as scheduled. It will be the first movie to shoot in space

 
Astronauts on the ISS Share Disturbing Image of Hurricane Larry, Looks Larger Than Ida
Astronauts on the ISS Share Disturbing Image of Hurricane Larry, Looks Larger Than Ida

8 Sep 2021, 12:49 UTC / Astronauts on the International Space Station are keeping an eye on hurricane activity. A recent image with hurricane Larry shows it's even larger than Ida.

 
World’s First Free-Flying AI Astronaut Assistant Ready for New Adventures in Space
World’s First Free-Flying AI Astronaut Assistant Ready for New Adventures in Space

3 Sep 2021, 09:45 UTC / This spherical-shaped floating brain is the first robot of its kind in space, and is now getting ready for a complex mission on board the ISS.

 
A Man Invented a Ballpoint Pen to Write Upside Down, NASA Took It to Space
A Man Invented a Ballpoint Pen to Write Upside Down, NASA Took It to Space

29 Aug 2021, 09:42 UTC / After Paul Fisher invented the first universal ink cartridge refill, he tried to do something more and put some nitrogen and a piston inside

 
Crew Dragon 3 Astronauts Play Around in a Pool in Water Survival Training
Crew Dragon 3 Astronauts Play Around in a Pool in Water Survival Training

28 Aug 2021, 09:39 UTC / Crew-3, the third mission using the SpaceX Crew Dragon is scheduled to take off later this year, astronauts training hard

 
Did You Know Lamborghini Carried Out Tests in Earth's Orbit?
Did You Know Lamborghini Carried Out Tests in Earth's Orbit?

28 Aug 2021, 03:12 UTC / No, Lamborghini won’t build a spaceship, as the materials sent to space lab will be used in future applications on their cars, and in the medical field.

 
Fate of the Boeing Starliner May Be Revealed on Friday
Fate of the Boeing Starliner May Be Revealed on Friday

13 Aug 2021, 09:29 UTC / NASA and Boeing to give an update on the fate of the Starliner second mission to the International Space Station on Friday

 
Special Delivery for the ISS, Astronauts to Receive More Than 4 Tons of Supplies
Special Delivery for the ISS, Astronauts to Receive More Than 4 Tons of Supplies

11 Aug 2021, 12:29 UTC / On August 10, Northrop Grumman's Antares rocket took off with the Cygnus spacecraft from NASA's Wallops Facility with more than 4 tons of supplies.

 
Russia Claims to Know All About American Spacecraft, Offers Help with Starliner
Russia Claims to Know All About American Spacecraft, Offers Help with Starliner

11 Aug 2021, 08:26 UTC / The head of the Russian Keldysh Research Center says his country knows all there is to now about American rocket engines, offers help with Starliner

 
Astronauts on the Space Station Held Their Own Olympics, Had Some Unique Games
Astronauts on the Space Station Held Their Own Olympics, Had Some Unique Games

9 Aug 2021, 07:44 UTC / The Olympic Games are universal, so there's no reason why you can't hold them in space. Zero gravity is no excuse, as the astronauts on the ISS have proven.