19 Jul, 2024
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Unpiloted Chinese Cargo Spaceship “HTV-6” To Head off ISS Today

An unmanned cargo spacecraft called “HTV-6” is all set to bid adieu to the International Space Station (ISS) and move towards to earth today. As announced by Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)’s cargo spaceship – H-II Transport Vehicle-6 (HTV-6) is geared up for departing from the ISS at 10:30 a.m. EST, on 27th January 2017. […]

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Say Hello to Next ISS Crews Who Will Take Space Voyage in Late Spring, 2017

The largest habitable artificial satellite of NASA, the International Space Station (ISS) currently hosts 6 guests from Earth and soon three others are going to be added to this guest list of ISS. In the late spring of this year, two astronauts, each from Europe and Russia will take a trip to the International Space […]

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“Space Science Investigations: Plant Growth”: A Game That Will Allow You to Grow Plants, Meet Crews, and Fly around ISS

Cheers space enthusiasts! Now you can easily meet up the astronauts, take wings around the largest habitable artificial satellite – International Space Station (ISS), and also can grow plants on it. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), on Monday, has introduced a new gaming app that will let players disseminate with the International Space Station […]

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First Singapore Satellite ‘AOBA VELOX-III’ Headway to Space from ISS on Monday

Monday, 16th January 2017 was not less than a golden day for the multi-millionaire city Singapore. The city, on this day, has successfully added its name in golden letters in the history of the space exploration mission by launching its first-ever satellite. On 16th January 2017, the first-ever Singapore satellite called ‘AOBA VELOX-III’ took off […]

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The Duo Spacewalkers Get Done With Second Battery Replacement of ISS

Two astronauts of International Space Station, who started the momentous spacewalking on 6th January 2016, have successfully completed the replacement of second battery of the station on Friday, 13th January 2016. After the first battery replacement on last Friday, 6th January 2017, this is the second and last operation of the spacewalk mission. Two ISS […]

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Duo of Spacewalking Astronauts Victoriously Upgrade ISS’s Power System with New Batteries

The duo of onboard cosmonauts of Expedition 50, successfully upgraded the power system of International Space Station (ISS) during their momentous venture outside of the station. The spacewalking, which commenced on 6th January 2017, at 7.23 am EST by Shane Kimbrough and Peggy Whitson, ended up upgrading the battery section of the station. Friday, the […]

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Jeanette Epps to Set New Record; Will Be the First African-American Astronaut to Take Wing for ISS

Dr. Jeanette Jo Epps, the aerospace engineer and one of the chief astronauts of NASA is about to set a new record by taking wings to International Space Station (ISS) in May, Next year. Jeanette Epps is the first African-American cosmonaut to onboard ISS. As announced by the US-based space agency her flight to the […]

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NASA Signs Treaty with SpaceX and Boeing to Reassign Astronauts to ISS in November 2017

The US-based space agency NASA has picked two leading astrological firms of the US; SpaceX and Boeing for its upcoming Space exploration Projects, scheduled for November this year. As per the fresh reports, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has signed two deals, each with SpaceX and Boeing for sending astronauts to the International Space […]

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NASA Captures the Spectacular Image of ISS’s Solar Transit Moving at 28,968 Km/Hr

These days, International Space Station (ISS) is being visible from the earth and all most every space enthusiastic is busy in clicking the rare pictures of the stunning phenomenon. Recently, the biggest manmade space station made its way to the transit of the sun and the US-based space agency NASA has framed the breathtaking moments […]