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What's up in human spaceflight: a Dragon approaches

Posted by Jason Davis on 2011/07/29 11:58 CDT

Private spaceflight company SpaceX has secured tentative approval with NASA to combine its next test flight with an actual ISS docking.

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Venus, and the Moon, and Atlantis, and ISS, and Magellan

Posted by Pam Chadbourne on 2010/05/14 10:41 CDT

Pam Chadbourne, one of the many engineers who made the Magellan Radar Mapper mission possible, sent this note out to Magellan team members this morning, and graciously permitted me to post it here.

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Discovery's penultimate mission to the Space Station

Posted by Ken Kremer on 2010/04/21 01:09 CDT

Planetary Society volunteer Ken Kremer witnessed the launch of Space Shuttle Discovery on its STS-131 mission to the International Space Station in person and filed this report on the successful mission.

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Pretty picture: Fly through the aurora

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla on 2010/04/05 04:37 CDT

Space Station astronaut Soichi Noguchi is an awesome photographer. This image is going straight into the "Best of 2010" collection.

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Pretty Picture: ISS in the X-band

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla on 2010/03/04 08:40 CST

This is from the "Just Plain Cool" department: a picture of the International Space Station taken in microwave radar.

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Endeavour Launch Ignites Night Sky

Posted by Ken Kremer on 2010/02/09 12:03 CST

Planetary Society volunteer Ken Kremer is reporting for us from the Kennedy Space Center, where he is covering the launch of Space Shuttle Endeavour, set to launch this weekend.

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Endeavour Crew Arrives at KSC

Posted by Ken Kremer on 2010/02/03 04:42 CST

The crew for the STS-130 flight of shuttle Endeavour arrived at the Kennedy Space Center late in the evening on Tuesday February 2. Blastoff is slated for February 7 at 4:39 AM and will be the final night time shuttle launch.

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Atlantis Rockets to Orbit on crucial ISS resupply flight

Posted by Ken Kremer on 2009/11/18 04:47 CST

Space Shuttle Atlantis and her crew of six rocketed into orbit on Monday (November 16) precisely as planned at 2:28 PM EST from the Kennedy Space Center (KSC) in Florida.

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STS 129 Astronauts Arrive at Cape Canaveral

Posted by Ken Kremer on 2009/11/13 01:29 CST

Under overcast skies and unusually cold Florida weather, the six man astronaut crew of STS 129 flew into Cape Canaveral on November 12 aboard a NASA Gulfstream II jet.

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What's left to do in assembling the Space Station

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla on 2008/05/07 06:25 CDT

A little project I've been wanting to do for some time, combing the NASA archives for photos that document the assembly of the International Space Station.

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