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NASA-Russia Breach Will Not Affect UrtheCast Cameras On Space Station, Company Says

by Elizabeth Howell April 3, 2014

Want to stay on top of all the space news? Follow @universetoday on Twitter UrtheCast — the company aiming to bring high-definition pictures of Earth to the public — is among the exemptions after NASA severed most ties officially with Russia yesterday (April 2), the company said in a press release. “It is business as […]

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UPDATE 2: Crew’s Space Station Docking Delayed Two Days Due To Glitch

by Elizabeth Howell March 25, 2014

Update, 10:13 p.m. EDT:¬†Tonight’s docking with the International Space Station will not happen because one of the engine firings scheduled to happen did not take place when it was supposed to. The crew is safe, according to NASA, and going to a standard backup plan that should bring the craft to the station on Thursday […]

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Why Trapping Somebody In Space Only Takes A Breeze (And Other Highlights From Expedition 40)

by Elizabeth Howell March 18, 2014

Imagine that you were in the middle of a module on the International Space Station. Floating in mid-air, far from handholds or any way to propel yourself. Is there any way to get out of that situation? The short answer is not easily, and the longer answer is it could be an effective way to […]

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Inspiration Mars Wants To Work With NASA To Get To The Red Planet

by Elizabeth Howell November 21, 2013

CORRECTION: This article has been updated after more information was received from Inspiration Mars. Tito was highlighting other countries’ interest in the Red Planet in his testimony and has no plans at this time to work with anyone but NASA. Remember that proposal to send a couple in the direction of the Red Planet, loop […]

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Super-Typhoon Haiyan Causes Catastrophic Death & Destruction – Space Images from NASA, ISRO, Roscosmos & ISS

by Ken Kremer November 9, 2013

NASA GODDARD SPACE FLIGHT CENTER, MARYLAND – Super Typhoon Haiyan smashed into the island nation of the Philippines, Friday, Nov. 8, with maximum sustained winds estimated at exceeding 195 MPH (315 kilometer per hour) by the U.S. Navy Joint Typhoon Warning Center – leaving an enormous region of catastrophic death and destruction in its terrible […]

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