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    SpaceX and NASA’s first launch of a Russian Cosmonaut to the ISS is delayed

    The International Space Station (ISS) crewed launch of the Russian cosmonaut has been postponed, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and Space Exploration Technologies Corporation (SpaceX) said earlier today. NASA uses SpaceX’s Crew Dragon to transport humans to the International Space Station (ISS), and the forthcoming trip will be the sixth total and fifth operational […] More

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    Just in: Russia to quit International Space Station ‘after 2024’

    In the midst of intense hostilities between Moscow and the West over the battle in Ukraine, the new space commander of Russia said Tuesday that the country would leave the International Space Station in 2024 and concentrate on developing its own orbiting base. The statement, although not anticipated, casts doubt on the future of the […] More

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    SpaceX Cargo Dragon Docks With The ISS, Delivers More Than 2 Tons of Supplies

    At 11:21 a.m. EDT today, the SpaceX Dragon supply spaceship automatically docked to the Harmony module’s forward-facing port. Bob Hines and Jessica Watkins, two NASA astronauts, were observing activities from the International Space Station, which was moving more than 267 miles above the South Atlantic Ocean. At 8:44 p.m. on Thursday, July 14, Launch Complex […] More

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    NASA: ‘Russia using space station for anti-Ukraine propaganda’

    Alexander Gerst, a German astronaut aboard the space station, allegedly threatened to kick his member of the crew in the butt eight years ago. Reid Wiseman, an American astronaut, owned the butt in question, and thankfully, just a proxy would be used to kick it. The United States and Germany were poised to square off […] More

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    NASA terrified Elon Musk’s SpaceX rocket will ‘explode’ destroying route to International Space Station

    NASA is concerned that if Elon Musk’s rocket explodes again during launch, it may damage the agency’s sole access to space. There is a chance that billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk’s SpaceX business may cut the US off from the International Space Station when it launches its Starship rocket. A repetition of the firm’s early unsuccessful […] More

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    Textbook Launch: SpaceX Successfully launches NASA’s Crew-4 mission to ISS

    Four professional astronauts blasted into space early Wednesday, tracked down the lab complex, and docked to begin a four-and-a-half-month tenure, after the first all-private commercial voyage to the International Space Station. At 7:37 p.m. EDT, commander Kjell Lindgren, pilot Robert Hines, geologist-astronaut Jessica Watkins, and European Space Agency astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti, strapped into a SpaceX […] More

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    Elon Musk Vows To Save ISS From Russian Space Agency’s Threat

    Planet Earth is an obviously frightening place to be at the moment, with tensions growing throughout the globe as the long-running COVID-19 epidemic continues to spread and a conflict between Russia and Ukraine erupts. We can all sleep a bit easier at night, though, knowing that SpaceX CEO Elon Musk will rescue the planet from […] More

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    NASA: International Space Station ‘largely isolated’ from tensions over Ukraine

    Even as tensions between the two nations rise over the Ukraine crisis, the long-standing partnership between the US and Russia in running the International Space Station (ISS) looks to be on stable ground. NASA is continuing in discussions with Roscosmos, its Russian equivalent, on a new “crew exchange” arrangement seven weeks after the Biden administration […] More