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ISS now visible in the evening sky
British Astronomical Association

ISS now visible in the evening sky

- 10:43 By With Tim Peake on board the International Space Station Im surprised the media has not made more of when the ISS can be seen passing over the UK. During the next weekthe ISS can be seen in the evening sky and is often brighter than mag -3 ... British Astronomical Association, 18 hours ago
Lightning strikes, seen from ISS EarthSky, 4 hours ago

753 images for international space station

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BBC to beam Scotland v England Six Nations game into space

The BBC will live-stream today's RBS Six Nations Scotland v England rugby match to the International Space Station so rugby-loving astronaut Tim Peake can get his fix of tries, scums and rucks. Major Peake, who has become somewhat of a national ... days ago BBC to stream Six Nations match to outer space  Casbaa2 hours ago BBC beams live stream of rugby game to space station  Telecompaper5 days ago BBC launches Six Nations into space  BBC5 days ago

Black Mold Found in Cargo Prepared for ISS, Resupply Mission Delayed

MOSCOW (Sputnik) The fifth Orbital ATK resupply mission tothe International Space Station (ISS) is being delayed byover a week asNASA is trying topinpoint the source ofblack mold that has contaminated cargo bags. "Micro-organisms are everywhere ...
 Sputnik4 hours ago NASA delays space station cargo run due to mold on packing bags  Yahoo! Finance7 hours ago Black mold delays space station cargo launch  USA Today6 hours ago
The Telegraph UK

Tim Peake's amazing footage shows lightning striking Earth - Watch

New Delhi: Astronaut Tim Peake, who's currently stationed aboard the International Space Station (ISS), has shared his fans a stunning timelapse video of what lighting storms look like from space. The British astronaut posted the 34-second clip ...
 ZeeNews.com11 hours ago Watch Lightning Strike The Earth Through The Space Station's Window  MyInforms8 hours ago Tim Peake posts stunning timelapse video of lightning strikes  The Telegraph UK1 day ago Check out: Stunning image of Denmark, Norway & Sweden under aurora from space!  Zee News5 days ago

Tim Peake posts video of lightning from space

Wiltshire astronaut Tim Peake has posted a fascinating video from the International Space Station. The 30 second clip is a timelapsed view high above the earth showing us what lightning strikes look like from space. Amazing how much lightning can ...
 ITV.com16 hours ago WATCH: Tim Peake's video of International Space Station's Italian flyover  MyInforms2 days ago The International Space Station took some awe  First Post.com1 month ago Tim Peake: when can I see the International Space Station pass overhead?  The Telegraph UK1 month ago

Soyuz Production Remains Stable to Support ISS Operations

NEWTOWN, Conn. --- Originally, Russia planned to transport only its own cosmonauts to the International Space Station (ISS) on board its Soyuz capsules. However, with the retirement of the U.S. space shuttle fleet, the Soyuz spacecraft is the only ...
 Defense-Aerospace13 hours ago Out of This World! Amazing Photos Taken By Two Russian Cosmonauts  Sputnik1 day ago Russian Cosmonauts do Space Walk  Prensa Latina1 week ago Photo: Russian cosmonauts Yuri Malenchenko and Sergey Volkov wave whereas conducting a spacewalk on the International Space Station; they have been tasked with establishing new experiments and amassing organic samples  NigerianHerald.com1 week ago

New telescope to help Teesdale astronomers with community project

THE International Space Station could be in the sights of a group of amateur astronomers after they received funding to buy a computerised telescope. The £1,000 piece of equipment has been purchased by the Teesdale U3A Astronomy Group, based in ...
 MyInforms12 hours ago Spacewalking astronauts fix station's stuck rail car  Reuters1 month ago
Gizmodo India

The Tron-Like Machine Visualizes Atoms on the International Space Station

This impressive-looking piece of equipment lives up to its appearance. The Plasma Kristall-4, to give the device its full name, recreates how atoms interact so we can understand the intricacies of basic physics and chemistry in space. The ...
 Gizmodo21 hours ago

Time-lapse video shows what lightning looks like from space

European Space Agency astronaut Tim Peake is aboard the International Space Station for 6 months. He's been taking stunning time-lapse videos from there, as well as conducting research for scientists to use on Earth. Produced by Emmanuel Ocbazghi ...
 Business Insider13 hours ago Mesmerizing Time Lapse Video Shows How Lightning Looks From Space  Huffington Post1 day ago Mesmerizing Time-Lapse Video Shows How Lightning Looks From Space  Huffington Post1 day ago

Ultimate Selfies: The Grayson School Pictured from Space

The Grayson school has been chosen by NASA to direct the EarthKam cameras on the International Space Station this upcoming week. EarthKAM is a NASA educational outreach program that encourages all curious minds to learn about Earth from the unique ...
 PRWeb1 day ago
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