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Space Station Science Highlights: Week of May 18, 2020
During the week of May 18, research activities aboard the International Space Station included studies on how spaceflight affects muscles and the gut microbiota and tests of using levitation to melt substances to make glass and metal alloys.
(2020-5-23 05:19:00)
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NASA’s Commercial Crew Program Brings Extra Hands to Science on the Space Station
“Returning to stable rotation effectively doubles the amount of time we have available for research,” says NASA ISS Deputy Chief Scientist Jennifer Buchli.
(2020-5-22 23:00:00)
On the Station – Latest News
Space Station 20th: Five Months until the Start of Expedition 1
Space Station 20th: Five Months until the Start of Expedition 1
(2020-5-22 19:25:00)
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Last of NASA’s Vital, Versatile Science ‘EXPRESS Racks’ Heads to Space Station
When a Japanese cargo ship lifts off this week to deliver supplies to the International Space Station, it will mark a new chapter in the story of NASA’s multipurpose payload shelving units, better known as the EXPRESS Racks.
(2020-5-18 22:40:00)
On the Station – Latest News
Space Station Science Highlights: Week of May 11, 2020
Research activities conducted aboard the International Space Station the week of May 11 included studies of fire safety in space and plant-water dynamics and several ongoing astrophysics investigations.
(2020-5-15 22:41:00)