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Space Station Science Highlights: Week of November 4, 2019
Crew members on the International Space Station conducted a variety of scientific investigations this past week, including research into colloid gels, the effects of disrupting the body’s daily clock and more.
(2019-11-9 05:07:00)
On the Station – Latest News
A Virtual Reality Camera Captures Life and Science Aboard the Space Station
Partnering with the ISS National Lab and Time Magazine, a team from Felix and Paul Studios launched a high quality 360 degree camera to space to help tell the story of science and life aboard the orbiting laboratory.
(2019-11-5 03:42:00)
On the Station – Latest News
Space Station Science Highlights: Week of October 28, 2019
Scientific investigations currently under way on the International Space Station include research into growing plants in space, autonomous robots, and various ways the body adapts to space.
(2019-11-2 03:19:00)
On the Station – Latest News
A Series of Spacewalks Four Years in the Making Will Attempt to Revive a Scientific Experiment
The Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer – 02 (AMS-02) has been looking for evidence of dark matter from the vantage point of the International Space Station since 2011.
(2019-11-1 01:20:00)
On the Station – Latest News
NASA Counts Down to Twenty Years of Continuous Human Presence on International Space Station
On Oct. 31, 2000, veteran NASA astronaut William “Shep” Shepherd left Earth on a journey to the International Space Station with the distinction of becoming its first commander.
(2019-10-31 22:00:00)