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Orbital ATK?s S.S. Gene Cernan to Deliver Supplies to Space Station
Cygnus will launch on an Antares rocket carrying crew supplies, equipment and scientific research to crewmembers aboard the station.
How Does Your Space Garden Grow?
How does your space garden grow? Veggie plants harvest, Advanced Plant Habitat installed on International Space Station.
Weekly Recap From the Expedition Lead Scientist
As the third round of spacewalks for October wrapped up last week, astronauts aboard the International Space Station conducted research that could contribute to better sleep in space and back on Earth, and set up a crystal growth experiment that could contribute to the development of better pharmaceuticals back on Earth.
Proposed NASA Mission Employs ?Lobster-Eye? Optics to Locate Source of Cosmic Ripples
A novel optics system that mimics the structure of a lobster?s eyes would enable a conceptual Explorer-class mission to precisely locate, characterize, and alert other observatories to the source of gravitational waves, which are caused by some of the most powerful events in the universe.
Fireworks in Space: NASA?s Twins Study Explores Gene Expression
Fireworks in Space: NASA?s Twins Study Explores Gene Expression
Space Station Unit to Study Genetics of Model Organisms
Space Station Unit to Study Genetics of Model Organisms
Space Station Crew Takes a Breather with Lung Tissue Investigation
The microgravity environment of space impacts nearly every system within the human body.
50 Years Ago: The First Automatic Docking in Space
On October 30, 1967, the Soviet Union accomplished the first automatic docking in space.
Weekly Recap From the Expedition Lead Scientist
Preparation for combustion experiments, samples for immune function studies, and tests of movement control and cognition were part of the science conducted aboard the International Space Station during another week that included a spacewalk.
NASA Develops and Tests New Housing for In-Orbit Science Payloads
Thanks to an increased demand for exploration technology development payloads, the International Space Station is making room for eight new shelving units called Basic Express Racks.