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Seatest Underwater Adventure Completed By Andreas And Thomas
2013-10-01 08:32:10

ESA astronauts Andreas Mogensen and Thomas Pesquet returned from Florida last week after taking part in Seatest – NASA’s underwater testbed for working in space.

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2010-12-03 09:32:39

Astronauts aboard the International Space Station are helping children learn their ABC's and vocabulary through educational demonstrations of how they live and work in space.

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2010-04-07 05:15:00

The seven-member crew of Discovery docked to the International Space Station at 3:44 am EDT.

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2010-02-25 13:30:33

Astronauts orbiting 220 miles above Earth will discuss science and living in space with students from Mueller Aerospace and Engineering Discovery Magnet School in Wichita, Kan, on Tuesday, March 2.

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2010-02-19 06:30:00

Hatches between Endeavour and the International Space Station were closed at 2:08 am CST.

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2010-02-17 06:40:00

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 Station’s room with a view that they had helped install.

2010-01-22 08:00:00

HOUSTON, Jan.

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2010-01-22 08:10:00

Astronauts aboard the International Space Station received a special software upgrade this week - personal access to the Internet and the World Wide Web via the ultimate wireless connection.

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2010-01-22 08:02:08

Elementary students at Vintage Math, Science and Technology Magnet School in Los Angeles will get to ask questions of astronauts aboard the International Space station while the crew orbits 220 miles above Earth.


Word of the Day
megalophonous
  • Having a loud voice; vociferous; clamorous.
  • Of grand or imposing sound.
The word 'megalophonous' comes from Greek roots meaning 'big' and 'sound'.