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International Space Station: Space station in low Earth orbit
The International Space Station (ISS) is a space station in low Earth orbit. The ISS programme is a joint project between five participating space agencies: NASA, Roscosmos (Russia), JAXA (Japan), ESA (Europe), and CSA (Canada). The ownership and use of the space station is established by intergovernmental treaties and agreements.

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Boeing's Starliner spacecraft under extra scrutiny in wake of 737 Max crashes

The spacecraft failed to reach the International Space Station during a pivotal test flight in December. Boeing cited a software glitch.  
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Record-breaking astronaut: 'Do what scares you'

Christina Koch spent 328 days on the International Space Station and was part of the first all-female spacewalk.
BBC News - Published

Videos for International Space Station

Astronaut Luca Parmitano discusses space travel in Global Conversation [Video]Astronaut Luca Parmitano discusses space travel in Global Conversation

After six months as commander of the International Space Station, the Italian space explorer has his feet back on solid ground.View on euronews

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NASA astronaut Koch returns to Earth, makes history [Video]NASA astronaut Koch returns to Earth, makes history

A capsule carrying a crew of three from the International Space Station, including record-setting United States astronaut Christina Koch, landed in Kazakhstan on Thursday. Chris Dignam has more.

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Italian astronaut Luca Parmitano returns to earth, after six-month ISS stay [Video]Italian astronaut Luca Parmitano returns to earth, after six-month ISS stay

Luca Parmitano handed over control of the International Space Station station on 5. February 2020 to Oleg Skripochka.

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ISS crew return to earth with a with a hero's and heroine's welcome [Video]ISS crew return to earth with a with a hero's and heroine's welcome

Euronews' favourite astronaut Luca Parmitano comes back to earth accompanied by record breaker Christina Koch and cosmonaut Alexander SkvortsovView on euronews

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NASA Astronaut Christina Koch Returning To Earth [Video]NASA Astronaut Christina Koch Returning To Earth

U.S. astronaut Christina Koch, who led the first all-female spacewalk in 2019, was due to return to Earth on Thursday. Koch is returning after completing a record stay aboard the International Space..

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NASA astronaut Koch returns to Earth after record space mission [Video]NASA astronaut Koch returns to Earth after record space mission

A capsule carrying a crew of three from the International Space Station, including record-setting United States astronaut Christina Koch, landed in Kazakhstan on Thursday (February 6).

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 01:49Published

Watch: Elon Musk's SpaceX successfully tests emergency capsule for astronauts [Video]Watch: Elon Musk's SpaceX successfully tests emergency capsule for astronauts

The test comes ahead of SpaceX's first transport of astronauts to the International Space Station. View on euronews

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Space Station crew greet New Year across multiple time zones [Video]Space Station crew greet New Year across multiple time zones

While much of the world was celebrating Christmas and the New Year, it was business as usual on board the International Space Station. But it wasn't all work and no play.View on euronews

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Ask our Astronaut | What do astronauts living at the International Space Station fear most? [Video]Ask our Astronaut | What do astronauts living at the International Space Station fear most?

Astronauts are trained for emergencies that can occur in outer space but the European Space Agency's Luca Parmitano and NASA's Drew Morgan say they know their job is dangerous.View on euronews

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NASA's Moon to Mars exploration program [Video]NASA's Moon to Mars exploration program

NASA's Moon to Mars exploration program first proposed in 2015 consists of three phases.

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Space case: why are 12 bottles of Bordeaux on the International Space Station? [Video]Space case: why are 12 bottles of Bordeaux on the International Space Station?

The complex process of winemaking, coupled with how the liquid ages in the bottle, make wine a fascinating case study in space.View on euronews

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Boeing marks 'bull's-eye' landing after timer glitch [Video]Boeing marks 'bull's-eye' landing after timer glitch

Boeing celebrated a successful ending to a crewless test mission that two days earlier failed to reach the orbit needed to dock with the International Space Station. Chris Dignam has more.

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NASA astronaut Christina Koch returns to Earth after record mission

U.S. astronaut Christina Koch, who led the first all-female spacewalk in 2019, landed in Kazakhstan on Thursday after a record stay on the International Space Station, ending a 328-day mission expected..
Reuters - Published

Astronaut to return home after 11 months in space

After nearly 11 months onboard the International Space Station, NASA astronaut Christina Koch can't wait to dig into some salsa and chips, and swim and surf in the Gulf of Mexico. She holds the record..
USATODAY.com - Published

Gagannauts will go to space at 400km altitude, could communicate with International Space Station

India’s gagannauts will be sent to space at an altitude of 400km, the same height the International Space Station (ISS) orbits around the Earth. ​​There is a possibility that gagannauts will be..
IndiaTimes - Published

Spacewalkers close to fixing cosmic ray detector

Spacewalking astronauts worked to complete repairs to a cosmic ray detector outside the International Space Station on Saturday and give it new life. (Jan. 25)  
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Space cookies: First food baked in space by astronauts

They were cooked in a special oven at the International Space Station - but are yet to be tasted.
BBC News - Published

NASA releases video of first space-baked cookies

The results are in for the first chocolate chip cookie bake-off in space: The best cookies required two hours of baking time last month up at the International Space Station. But how do they taste? No..
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Indian-American among Nasa's new astronauts; all set to conquer Moon, Mars

Raja Jon Vurputoor Chari, an Indian-American US Air Force colonel, is among 11 new Nasa graduates who have successfully completed their over two years' of basic astronaut training and are all set to be..
IndiaTimes - Published

The outer limits of medicine: How doctors treated an astronaut's blood clot in space

the outer limits of medicine: how doctors treated an astronaut's blood clot in space
Physician and space travel devotee Stephan Moll’s first wish when NASA reached out for a consultation was to examine the patient in person – at the International Space Station. Given the..
WorldNews - Published

NASA, Boeing probe software glitch that stopped astronaut capsule from reaching space station

NASA is opening an independent investigation with Boeing over a software glitch that prevented its unmanned astronaut capsule from reaching the International Space Station in December, the agency said..
Reuters - Published

Boeing capsule returns to Earth after aborted space mission

boeing capsule returns to earth after aborted space mission
Boeing safely landed its crew capsule in the New Mexico desert Sunday after an aborted flight to the International Space Station that could hold up the company’s effort to launch astronauts for NASA..
WorldNews - Published

'Bull's-eye' landing caps Boeing's faulty astronaut capsule test mission

Boeing Co's Starliner astronaut spacecraft made a "bull's-eye" landing in the New Mexico desert on Sunday, a successful ending to a crewless test mission that two days earlier failed to reach the orbit..
Reuters - Published

Starliner spacecraft returns early after failed mission

Boeing's Starliner spacecraft has returned early after a timing error meant it failed to dock with the International Space Station.
BBC News - Published

Boeing's Starliner astronaut capsule scores 'bull's-eye' landing in New Mexico

Boeing Co 's Starliner astronaut spacecraft landed in the New Mexico desert on Sunday, the company said, after faulty software forced officials to cut short an unmanned mission aimed at taking it to..
Reuters - Published

Boeing's Starliner lands in desert: company

Boeing Co's Starliner astronaut spacecraft landed in the New Mexico desert on Sunday, the company said, after faulty software forced officials to cut short an unmanned mission aimed at taking it to the..
Reuters - Published

'Not for the faint of heart:' Critical landing test ahead for Boeing Starliner

The Boeing Co Starliner spacecraft that failed in its mission to reach the International Space Station was due to barrel down to the Earth's surface early on Sunday with the daunting task of landing..
Reuters - Published

NASA, Boeing investigating why Starliner spacecraft missed orbit

The Boeing Co Starliner spacecraft that failed to hit the right orbit to reach the International Space Station is healthy, in a stable orbit and expected to land in New Mexico on Sunday morning, NASA..
Reuters - Published

'Healthy' Boeing Starliner spacecraft on track to land in New Mexico: NASA

The Boeing Co Starliner spacecraft that failed to hit the right orbit to reach the International Space Station is "healthy," in a stable orbit and expected to land in New Mexico on Sunday morning, NASA..
Reuters - Published

NASA says Boeing Starliner is 'healthy', to land in New Mexico

The Boeing Co Starliner spacecraft that failed to hit the right orbit to reach the International Space Station is "healthy," in a stable orbit and expected to land in New Mexico on Sunday morning, NASA..
Reuters - Published

Boeing's Starliner astronaut capsule fails key test to reach space station

Boeing Co's new astronaut capsule failed after liftoff on Friday to climb high enough in orbit to reach the International Space Station, cutting short a critical unmanned test mission in the embattled..
Reuters - Published

Boeing Starliner won't reach the International Space Station after flying into wrong orbit

A technical issue made Boeing's Starliner miss an orbit required to rendezvous with the International Space Station, NASA says
USATODAY.com - Published

The fate of Boeing Starliner remains unclear after it flew into the wrong orbit

A technical issue made Boeing's Starliner miss an orbit required to rendezvous with the International Space Station, NASA says  
USATODAY.com - Published

Boeing’s Starliner capsule makes launch debut, but runs into trouble in orbit

boeing’s starliner capsule makes launch debut, but runs into trouble in orbit
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — Boeing’s new Starliner capsule ran into trouble and went off course in orbit minutes after blasting off Friday on its first test flight, a crucial dress rehearsal for next..
WorldNews - Published

Boeing launches Starliner capsule to ISS for Nasa

The test flight has a dummy on board but, if successful, astronauts are due to start using the craft from 2020.
BBC News - Published

Rocket launched carrying Boeing spacecraft

A rocket launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida on Friday morning. It's delivering Boeing's CST-100 Starliner spacecraft on its way to the International Space Station. NASA is testing the Starliner in..
USATODAY.com - Published

Russian supply ship heads towards International Space Station

russian supply ship heads towards international space station
An automatic Russian supply ship carrying tons of supplies successfully blasted off heading for the International Space Station. The Progress MS-13 cargo ship lifted off as...
WorldNews - Published

Emotion-sensing robot launches to assist space station astronauts

An intelligent robot equipped with emotion-sensing voice detectors was headed to the International Space Station after launching from Florida on Thursday, becoming the latest artificial..
Reuters - Published

SpaceX will launch genetically enhanced 'mighty mice' to the International Space Station

spacex will launch genetically enhanced 'mighty mice' to the international space station
New York (CNN Business)Elon Musk's rocket company, SpaceX, will launch a spacecraft loaded with 5,700 pounds of supplies — including a group of genetically enhanced 'mighty mice' — to the..
WorldNews - Published

NASA launching a 'robot hotel' to space station

nasa launching a 'robot hotel' to space station
Washington, Dec 4 (IANS) NASA is attaching a "robot hotel" to the outside of the International Space Station with the upcoming launch of the Robotic Tool Stowage (RiTS), a protective...
WorldNews - Published

ESA, NASA astronauts carry out spacewalk repair

Two astronauts have ventured out on a spacewalk to install new pumps on a cosmic ray detector outside the International Space Station. (Dec. 2)  
USATODAY.com - Published

'Dead satellites' pose danger to humans, warns European Space Agency

'dead satellites' pose danger to humans, warns european space agency
Thousands of ‘dead’ satellites are floating in space and pose a ‘very big danger’ to humanity, the head of the European Space Agency (Esa) has warned. Speaking at the agency's ministerial..
WorldNews - Published

Astronauts conduct challenging spacewalk to fix experiment

Two Astronauts performed one of the most challenging spacewalks in NASA history Friday morning. It's the second in a series of high-stakes spacewalks to save a critical, $2 billion science experiment..
CBS News - Published

Astronauts in another spacewalk to fix cosmic ray detector

It's second of four to repair the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer, the costliest science instrument aboard the International Space Station
CBS News - Published Also reported by •WorldNews

NASA overpaid Boeing by hundreds of millions of dollars

nasa overpaid boeing by hundreds of millions of dollars
The US has relied on Russia to transport its crews to the ISS since the end of the Space Shuttle program in 2011, but has hired Boeing and SpaceX under multi-billion dollar contracts, with the two..
WorldNews - Published

Watchdog paints troubling picture of relationship between NASA and Boeing

watchdog paints troubling picture of relationship between nasa and boeing
WASHINGTON — A report released Thursday by NASA's inspector general paints a damning picture of the space agency's relationship with Boeing, one of its top contractors, saying NASA "overpaid" Boeing..
WorldNews - Published

NASA's first all-female spacewalk goes off without a hitch

A routine maintenance mission aboard the International Space Station made history Friday when NASA astronauts Christina Koch and Jessica Meir completed the first all-female spacewalk. While the eyes of..
CBS News - Published

UAE to reveal next space mission soon, officials say

uae to reveal next space mission soon, officials say
Pics by Ahmed Ramzan Dubai: UAE is already working on plans for its next space mission, it was announced during the first press conference of Emirati astronaut Hazzaa Al Mansoori after his historic..
WorldNews - Published

This astronaut cast his vote from the International Space Station

this astronaut cast his vote from the international space station
(CNN)Defying their earthly bounds doesn't stop many astronauts from exercising their civic duties. Andrew Morgan cast an early vote from space last month, weighing in on a Pennsylvania election, NASA..
WorldNews - Published

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