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Space X Dragon capsule departs from ISS to return to earth
French Tribune

Space X Dragon capsule departs from ISS to return to earth

A Space X Dragon capsule has departed from the International Space Station (ISS) to return to the earth. The capsule left the ISS on Thursday morning. The capsule is having around 3,000 pounds of experiments and equipments. Last month, the ... French Tribune, 8 hours ago
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724 images for international space station

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SpaceX's cargo ship returns from Int'l Space Station

A commercial cargo ship, operated by private U.S. space firm SpaceX, left the International Space Station on Thursday morning, concluding its sixth contracted commercial resupply mission to the orbital laboratory. After a one-month visit, the Dragon ...
 Individual.com1 day ago SpaceX cargo ship begins journey back to Earth  Economic Times1 day ago Dragon worms splashed down in the Pacific ocean  RIN.ru12 hours ago US spaceship splashed down in the Pacific Ocean  China.org.cn21 hours ago
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Critical NASA research from International Space Station returns to Earth

Washington :Carrying almost 3100 pounds of critical NASA cargo from the International Space Station (ISS), the SpaceX Dragon cargo spacecraft has made a splash down in the Pacific Ocean. The cargo includes research on how spaceflight and ...
 Firstpost.com16 hours ago Critical NASA Research Returns to Earth Aboard U.S. SpaceX Dragon Spacecraft  NewsR.in1 day ago
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Hacker claims he 'messed around' with International Space Station

An American computer expert who boasted about hacking into a plane's systems to steer the aircraft from his seat has also claimed he hacked into Nasa. Chris Roberts, a researcher at One World Labs, caused alarm last week when court documents were ...
 Irish Independent21 hours ago Alleged plane hacker said he 'messed with' space station, satellites  The Hill3 days ago

Japanese Scientists suggest to blast Space Junk using Laser

The International Space Station (ISS) is moving around its orbit at 17,000 mph. It has to care for a lot of factors to avoid any collision as space debris can cause it a lot of damage, leading to major consequences. The ISS often has to change its ...
 Topnews.in19 hours ago

SpaceX Dragons Coming and Going at Record Setting Pace

from the International Space Station for Pacific Ocean splashdown later in the day. Credit: NASA/Terry Virts SpaceX Dragons seem to be flying nearly everywhere these days, coming and going at a record pace to the delight and relief of NASA, ...
 Universe Today17 hours ago SpaceX Dragon successfully departs from the International Space Station  Fnews.com1 day ago Dragon Splashes Down in Pacific On Time  Space Fellowship1 day ago SpaceX says splashdown of Dragon cargo spacecraft confirmed in Pacific Ocean at 12:42 pm ET, about 155 miles southwest of Long Beach, Calif.; departed International Space Station Thursday morning - @SpaceX  NewsR.in1 day ago
Discover Magazine

ISS could now use mounted lasers to protect itself from hazardous space debris

Space junk--even 2-inch pieces of metal--could be lethal to a space station speeding at 22 times the speed of sound in its orbit around Earth. Here's how ISS could strike back The ISS could be armed with lasers that blast hazardous space debris ...
 DNA India3 days ago Scientists may have found a solution for space pollution  Grist Magazine1 day ago Space Junk is a Problem. Is a Laser Cannon the Solution?  Discover Magazine2 days ago Space Cannon  Discover Magazine4 hours ago
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Space Station Module Relocation Makes Way for Commercial Crew Spacecraft

/PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The International Space Station Program will take the next step in expanding a robust commercial market in low-Earth orbit when work continues Wednesday, May 27 , to prepare the orbiting laboratory for the future arrival ...
 Franklin Credit Management Corporation3 hours ago
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Putin orders designing Russian space station — deputy PM The head of the science and engineering council of Russia's Roscosmos agency in April confirmed Russia's plans of orbiting a new space station saying it may happen in the middle of the next decade

MOSCOW, May 19. /TASS/. Russian President Vladimir Putin has ordered designing a Russian space station, Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin said on Tuesday. "This week we will report plans on the development of piloted cosmonautics to the ...
 Itar Tass3 days ago After failures, Russia presents reform space bill  IOL1 day ago Russian deputy PM attacks space industry …  Yahoo! India3 days ago Another Russian space rocket malfunctions, crashes down to Earth  Social Dashboard5 days ago
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Watch the SpaceX Dragon Leave the Space Station

Nothing, absolutely nothing, is easy in space, and that includes leaving it, as the crew of the International Space Station (ISS) will be reminded on Thursday morning, May 21, when the Dragon cargo vessel undocks and heads home—a maneuver TIME ...
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