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 SpaceX Dragon Freedom docked at 6:37 p.m. CT, and the hatch opened at 8:15 p.m. CT. The International Space Station pop...

SpaceX Dragon Freedom docked at 6:37 p.m. CT, and the hatch opened at 8:15 p.m. CT. The International Space Station population is 11 now!

NASA Flight Directors Adi Boulo and his team of flight controllers monitored from Mission Control.

The  teams are onsite this week to test spacewalk tools they designed in the Neutral Buoyancy Lab (NASA's 6.2 million ga...

The teams are onsite this week to test spacewalk tools they designed in the Neutral Buoyancy Lab (NASA's 6.2 million gallon pool). Good luck to all of the teams!

Want to know more about ? Tune in Wednesday, at 9:30am CT, for a live webcast and get the inside scoop about the tools they designed.

Wringing out Water on the ISS - for Science!

Wringing out Water on the ISS - for Science!

CSA Astronaut Chris Hadfield performed a simple science experiment designed by grade 10 Lockview High School students Kendra Lemke and Meredith Faulkner. The...

Astronaut Completes Triathlon in Space

This past weekend saw a space first when Expedition 33 Commander Suni Williams aboard the International Space Station became the first person to complete a triathlon while in space!

Expedition 33 Commander Suni Williams participated in the Malibu Triathlon while in space using exercise equipment aboard the International Space Station.

Good Diet, Proper Exercise Help Protect Astronauts’ Bones
Good Diet, Proper Exercise Help Protect Astronauts’ Bones

Good Diet, Proper Exercise Help Protect Astronauts’ Bones

Eating right, exercising hard in space helps protect astronauts' bones, a finding that may help solve a key problem facing future explorers heading beyond low Earth orbit.

ISS Progress 47 Re-docking Postponed

ISS Progress 47 Re-docking Postponed

The re-docking of the Russian ISS Progress 47 resupply spacecraft to the International Space Station has been postponed due to an apparent failure in the new Kurs-NA rendezvous system. The next earliest attempt at a docking would be no earlier than Tuesday, pending Russian analysis of the problem, b...


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The Space X crew spoke for the first time about their two month trip to the International Space Station. In May I had the great pleasure of interviewing Lowell Grissom, brother of astronaut Gus Grissom. Lowell had great excitement and pride for this first commercial manned space flight, given his brother's incredible history and legacy with the U.S. space program. Tuesday these two astronauts shared stories of their historic mission. Fox2Now KPLR11 NASA - Johnson Space Center in Houston, TX NASA's Kennedy Space Center NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration Space X The Boeing Company
...and liftoff....32 minutes past the hour. Liftoff of Apollo 11. 51 years ago today.

Were you around for that? If so, where?

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In honor of , we celebrate the five from NASA who advanced our knowledge of space our universe!

- FNAI Sang H.Choi, NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
- FNAI Dan M.Goebel, NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory
- FNAI Meyya Meyyappan, NASA Ames Research Center
- FNAI Shouleh Nikzad, NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory
- FNAI Ellen Ochoa, NASA - Johnson Space Center in Houston, TX

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Kaley Hassell is our today! Kaley is currently at NASA - Johnson Space Center in Houston, TX the rest of semester and summer! She is interning with the flight controllers of the electrical and power systems for the ISS and Orion!

Outside of work Kaley loves her cat and runs the Instagram and LinkedIn pages! Thank you Kaley and congrats girl!!
CHECK IT OUT: NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration Astronaut Anne McClain gearing up ahead of her dive today at the Natural Buoyancy Lab at NASA - Johnson Space Center in Houston, TX. Each dive lasts for 6.5 hours and the space suits weigh almost 300 pounds. Astronauts and astronauts-in-training are able to dive extended amounts of time thanks to umbilical cords that pump air consisting of 46% oxygen stright to their suits. The suits are also cooled, since the water is typically 84-86 degrees fareinheit. SO FASCINATING!
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The laws and theories of physics in space Spacious space is based on the laws of energy, the laws of physics and the laws of cells, including optical particles, plasma, neutrons, and cosmic stem cells. Space is exposed to the laws of cosmic pressure and the first sky, including moon, sun, Earth, and planets such as Jupiter, Mercury, Saturn, Mars, many other planets, and stars subject to The sky with love in the sense that the lowest sky with its great planets is the same with love and it is circular and no hole is penetrated from it. I pumped the cosmic into the vast space that works miracles and makes the laws of physics that no one knows about it like speed Its phenomenal doubles the speed of the meteor movement in space or any metallic object in space. The speeds between them exceed the speed of light and the speed of sound and lightning speed. These speeds are present in space and weaker than it is the speed of lightning and the speed in space is faster than the speed that exists in the sky of the world from Thousands of times, and this is because of the tremendous pressure in the sky of space outside the atmosphere of the earth’s atmosphere and cosmic lentils. As for the other law, there are many reasons for the existence of energy in space. The world was smoke Before what God created the planets, the earth, and the heavens, and these curtains of multiple colors of smoke are for many metals such as gold, silver, copper, nickel and iron minerals, and after many emotions, including gold in these minerals, are a liquid and a nuclear reaction is produced from them so nuclear atoms are formed in space in the form of nuclear crystals and they dissolve their colors According to the perennial minerals in the clouds, the other dish issued from the sun is diffused in the form of solar explosions, from which the photovoltaic bodies are visited, and in this there are neutrons and optical particles with which the stem cells scattered from the vast space, from the stars, and from the koak. B dispersed in space interact with the energy produced from the curtains of metallic smoke, forming cosmic galaxies of many colors due to the liquid minerals in the remaining smoke from God’s creation of the tatto universe. The shape of the nuclei of the natron, plasma, and optical particles. Here a nuclear head forms its envelope, enclosed from the outside by a strong and strong magnetic field until it pulls Inside it and collects the nuclear atom scattered in space among the many galaxies of different colors and galaxies in billions and modern man can not get their number or sizes, including the size of the moon and the size of the Earth and the size of the sun and in them the size of stars in thousands of thousands You see, when you reach a spacecraft and go and reach this galaxy, you get a non-coherent light mirage, a diffuse mirage like a rusk. As for the Milky Way galaxy, this is an unscientific and inaccurate term that does not exist in space. Our galaxy or other galaxies are merely light scattered in space that turns into lamps Light so that people can breathe on the ground, and the rest of the research will be done with greetings from Essam Mohamed Kamel from the Arab Republic of Egypt 3/8/2019
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Delta Air Lines celebrated International Girls in Aviation Day with its fifth annual WING (Women Inspiring our Next Generation) Flight, flying 120 teen girls to NASA - Johnson Space Center in Houston, TX.
It's a pity I wasn't chosen to return once again to this years Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI) in despite my previous voluntary service as a volunteer delegate back in 2015.

Sadly it also came down to my finances this time too and so sadly I will maybe have to think of another way to get there some time. - I've just started to lay down a little money for a small 4 berth sailing yacht named , but raising funds for essential upgrades is never so easy but of course essential.

Wouldn't it be nice to sail a Yacht from Tollesbury to the Scandanavian Fiords some time? Sailing is both cheap and fairly reliable provided you know your trade winds and routes from the appropriate almanac, but of course some sort of diesel is required for entering into port.

With purely hypothesised futuristic bio-diesel pumps installed at marinas worldwide people could save crude oil for aviation fuel and start making better use of Hyrdrogen Cell cars such as those employed by Green Tomato Cars of London.

Taxi's cabs could become bubble pods riding around on a single giant bubble, with a gyroscope like counterweight causing displacement of balance on the single sphere the ball will begin to rotate inside it's outer shell.

The machine could also be powered with a solar rechargeable battery cap mounted above the cockpit cabin to catch sunlight, safe from vibration from the cockpit bubble below and underneath like an octopus cups working into the highest arch of the inner footside dome.

It would look like an egg on a electromagnetic dotted sphere below and so it would be possible to have it stay there and the cockpit sphere below rotates to drive it along.

Yes. You could even fill the space between the two cockpit bubbles with a liquid to enable a gyroscopic ballbearing effect so that there was utterly no friction between the layers, but instead 0 spherical pressure on all sides from the outside larger surface.

It would have to be pumped in from the inner cockpit where a store of it would be kept to be passed between the two layers by way of a pump on the inside, so that when the gas was removed a circular hatch could be opened at a certain angle between the two surfaces and allow it's passengers in and out between the two layers.

By tilting the gyroscopes tilt axis from withinside the inner sphere the point of balance would be off and the balls should roll forward.

I guess to view outside the pod you would need to make use of the further cap layer on the very top which would feed wireless sound and visuals into the cockpit cabin although driving would be left down to the pods guidance computer thanks to GPS traffic speed and direction tracking which meant crashes would be almost impossible unless the system was somehow faulty or illegally overridden.

When charge is lost after several journeys around big cities ferrying passengers to the cinema or point of liaison with a loved one of your family, the bubble pod would return to a depot, and it's battery would be replaced by a robotic arms from a stack of solar charged battery cells cooled deep underground, these being re-charged continuously and ready for the next taxi pod to quickly recharge.

It would in essence and effect be a computer program driving "the extra dimensional segeway effect" whereby you have to lean pressure on feet pads to drive the machine forward and backwards, and tilt the column left and right for L/R direction.

The "sump" weight (think subuteo base) on the base of the inner bubble cockpit coupled with the gyroscope would then give directional travel for utterly next to nothing in terms of energy needed thanks to some sort of ice cold pressurised nitrogen bubble on the outside to creating a spherical inside out bubble.

Am I mad, or is that sort of thing not feasible?

Jonathan Collard.

Saturday 7th of September 2019.

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