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ISS Progress Redock To Initiate Nauka Propellant Leak Checks

Russia’s Progress MS-17 cargo capsule carried out a successful autonomous redocking with the International Space Station’s (ISS) Russian segment Nauka Multipurpose Laboratory Module early Oct. 22 to complete a nearly 29-hr. relocation to set up Nauka propellant line leak checks.

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NASA advocates argue extending life of International Space Station

NASA working to book more astronaut missions to station beyond SpaceX, Boeing contracts

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NASA puts out new spacecraft and space suit call for ISS and beyond

NASA is putting out a call for more astronaut shuttles, expanding the Commercial Crew program with additional missions beyond those already agreed with SpaceX and Boeing.

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Russian film crew shot 30 hours of material on their 12-day trip to the space station

A Russian film crew was getting reacclimated to life on Earth on Tuesday after a landmark first-ever motion picture shooting session aboard the International Space Station.

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Commander Z Has an Anti-Gravity Machine

Someone has an anti-gravity machine, and our Commander knows who. Another drop of cosmic code from Space Channel Station.

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Russian film crew back on Earth after shooting first movie in space

A Russian film crew making the first movie in space returned to Earth on Sunday after spending nearly two weeks at the International Space Station.

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A Russian spacecraft pushed the space station out of position and sent astronauts into emergency mode – again

A Russian spaceship fired its thrusters and briefly pushed the International Space Station out of position on Friday morning.

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Here’s what caused the mysterious blue glow spotted from the ISS

In late September, astronauts Thomas Pesquet and Andreas Mogensen spotted a glowing blue light over Europe from up in the ISS.

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Aging space station will be a ‘full house’ later this month

Since the year 2000, many astronauts have called the ISS home. Now, it’s a full house and more occupants are on the way later this month.

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Small satellite launched from ISS will help predict dangerous solar storms

What exactly can solar winds do if they collide with our instruments? It is to answer this question that the CUAVA-1 satellite was launched from the International Space Station (ISS) on Wednesday night (7).

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The First Film in Space

Nearly 60 years after the USSR beat the United States to Space with the Sputnik satellite, another space race is heating up.

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NASA woke up a robot ‘Queen’ on the ISS, and it’s there to help

The ISS robot collective consists of three cube-shaped floating robots that help humans conduct research and experiments up in orbit.