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These U.S. Companies Are on Call if Russia Abandons the International Space Station
These U.S. Companies Are on Call if Russia Abandons the International Space Station

5 Aug 2022, 07:26 UTC / What will eventually happen with regards to the Russian Federation on the ISS? The answer will not be made clear until after 2024

 
Russian Cosmonauts Leaving the ISS in 2024 Is a Bigger Deal Than You Think, Here’s Why
Russian Cosmonauts Leaving the ISS in 2024 Is a Bigger Deal Than You Think, Here’s Why

27 Jul 2022, 00:08 UTC / Without the long-term support of the nation that launched the first ISS module to space 23 years ago, long term plans for the ISS may be in jeopardy

 
Virtually Unbreakable Nickel-Hydrogen Battery Enters High-Volume Production
Virtually Unbreakable Nickel-Hydrogen Battery Enters High-Volume Production

11 Jul 2022, 14:05 UTC / Battery startup EnerVenue has announced that its nickel-hydrogen battery for energy storage enters high-volume production, with 5 GWh of customer orders

 
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.

 
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

 
Boeing's Starliner Ready to Fly NASA Astronauts, Capsule Safely Lands in New Mexico
Boeing's Starliner Ready to Fly NASA Astronauts, Capsule Safely Lands in New Mexico

26 May 2022, 07:25 UTC / The Starliner's touchdown was successful, and the capsule landed about three-tenths of a mile southeast of the designated landing site

 
NASA Clears Second Axiom Private Mission to the ISS, To Be Flown by Nurburgring Veteran
NASA Clears Second Axiom Private Mission to the ISS, To Be Flown by Nurburgring Veteran

14 Dec 2021, 09:47 UTC / NASA says it gave the green light for the second Axiom Space mission to the International Space Station for the fall of 2022

 
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.

 
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

 
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.

 
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.

 
Image From Space With Hurricane Henri Makes You Stare in Awe
Image From Space With Hurricane Henri Makes You Stare in Awe

23 Aug 2021, 10:38 UTC / Tropical depression Henri looks just as scary from space as it does from down here. Astronauts on the International Space Station took a photo of it.

 
Astronauts Create Barely Visible Cool Flames Using Gaseous Fuels
Astronauts Create Barely Visible Cool Flames Using Gaseous Fuels

25 Jul 2021, 05:02 UTC / NASA announced the results of a test called Cool Flames Investigation with Gases, says it has proof of cool flames being generated in space

 
Nauka Module En Route to ISS Complete with Fancy Robotic Arm
Nauka Module En Route to ISS Complete with Fancy Robotic Arm

22 Jul 2021, 08:37 UTC / A Russian rocket took off this week carrying to space the Nauka module for the ISS, and the European Robotic Arm that comes with it

 
The European Robotic Arm Will Soon Flex Its Muscles for Russia on the ISS
The European Robotic Arm Will Soon Flex Its Muscles for Russia on the ISS

19 Jul 2021, 16:46 UTC / The European Robotic Arm Is Ready to Flex and Help Out the Russians on the Space Station. It will be launched on July 21 from Kazakhstan.

 
Russian Rocket Progress Blasts Off to the Space Station, Watch It Take Off
Russian Rocket Progress Blasts Off to the Space Station, Watch It Take Off

30 Jun 2021, 07:07 UTC / Russia just launched its Progress MS-17 ship to the International Space Station carrying over 3,600 pounds of cargo, including food, fuel, and supply

 
One More Day Until We Can Watch the Baby Squid and Water Bears Take Off to Space
One More Day Until We Can Watch the Baby Squid and Water Bears Take Off to Space

2 Jun 2021, 09:51 UTC / Baby squid and water bears will be aboard the Dragon capsule that will be launched in space tomorrow, June 3, in the The 22nd SpaceX cargo mission to ISS.

 
A Record Holder Astronaut and a GT Champ Embark on a Private Flight to Space
A Record Holder Astronaut and a GT Champ Embark on a Private Flight to Space

26 May 2021, 14:48 UTC / Axiom announced the commander and pilot for its AX-2 mission, the second private mission to the International Space Station, expected to take place in mid-2022.

 
Viral Instagram Video Shows How Small the Space Station Is Compared to the Moon
Viral Instagram Video Shows How Small the Space Station Is Compared to the Moon

26 Apr 2021, 15:15 UTC / How big is the moon compared to the Space Station? This video captures the ISS while passing by the moon in a few hundredths of a second.

 
Future Chinese Space Station to Be Able to Dock With Massive Telescope
Future Chinese Space Station to Be Able to Dock With Massive Telescope

23 Apr 2021, 12:22 UTC / The Chinese are planning to launch the first module of their space station as soon as this year, a telescope to be sent into orbit later in 2024