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Space Station Science Highlights: Week of September 10, 2018
As the Expedition 56 crew continued to await the delayed arrival of Japan’s HTV-7 resupply, scientific operations continued aboard the International Space Station including research on life science and Earth observation.
(2018-9-18 01:23:00)
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Space Station Science Highlights: Week of September 3, 2018
The Expedition 56 crew members aboard the International Space Station were busy last week preparing for the arrival of Japan’s H-II Transfer Vehicle (HTV-7). However, the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) has since postponed the launch of HTV-7, previously scheduled for September 10th.
(2018-9-11 00:47:00)
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Space Station Science Highlights: Week of August 27, 2018
This week, NASA astronaut Ricky Arnold became the first person to sequence RNA in space, another molecular milestone aboard the orbiting laboratory.
(2018-9-1 05:24:00)
On the Station – Latest News
NASA, SpaceX Agree on Plans for Crew Launch Day Operations
NASA’s Commercial Crew Program and SpaceX are finalizing plans for launch day operations as they prepare for the company’s first flight test with astronauts on board.
(2018-9-1 00:52:00)
On the Station – Latest News
Ironing Out the Difficulties of Moving Fluids in Space
Fluid flows downhill – at least it does on Earth. Fluid movement becomes much more complicated in space, and that creates challenges for systems that rely on pumping fluids around for thermal control, engine propellants and other functions.
(2018-8-28 02:57:00)