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A series of new Earth science instruments launching to the International Space Station over the next year is prompting a new era of Earth observation from the orbiting outpost.
The Expedition 40 crew welcomed more than a ton and a half of science, supplies and spacewalking equipment to the International Space Station Wednesday with the arrival of Orbital Sciences’ Cygnus cargo spacecraft.
There is a reason the phrase "shooting in the dark" refers to things that are difficult to do -- and night photography is no exception.
Are you following @Astro_Andre’s Twitter updates and images from space? If you could speak to him live on the International Space Station, what would you most like to ask? Now’s your chance!
Now that Paolo Nespoli has returned from the International Space Station, we are looking forward to Europeâ€™s next mission.
Endeavour Pilot Terry Virts opened the windows one at a time early Wednesday, giving spacewalkers Robert Behnken and Nicholas Patrick an early look into the International Space Stationâ€™s room with a view that they had helped install.
The International Space Stationâ€™s new viewport is facing the Earth now, ready to provide a panoramic view of the planet below and approaching cargo ships.
Astronauts of the Space Shuttle Endeavour and ISS opened the hatches between Node-1 and Node-3 this morning and entered their new module.
Space Shuttle Endeavour was launched at 4:14 am EST today and is heading for the International Space Station carrying two sophisticated European modules: Node-3 (Tranquility) and Cupola.
- A small wooded valley; a dell.
- The protecting weather-shed built around the entrance to a house.
- The roofed-over space between the kitchen and the sleeping-quarters in a logging-camp, commonly used as a storeroom.
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