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Trump falsely says astronauts are the first women to make the spacewalk

The astronauts, who made the first all-female spacewalk in history, broke their long-term quest to receive a congratulatory call from President Donald Trump on Friday, President of the History of Women in Space. "This is the first time for a woman outside the space station," Trump, apparently reading from a script, said on the phone. "They are making the first …

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NASA's new Artemis spacesuits make it easy for astronauts of all sizes to move on the moon – TechCrunch

NASA unveiled new space suits designed specifically for the Artemis generation, aiming to bring the first American woman and American man to the lunar surface by 2024 and provide flexibility, basically in every respect. NASA unveiled a full-length out-of-vehicle suit on the lunar surface as well as a flight suit for transport into the lunar orbit. Directed by NASA Administrator …

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Veteran astronauts support NASA's program to return to the moon

Enlarge / In May, Orion's test version, which is attached to the Ascent Abort-2 crash test system, arrives at Space 46 at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. On Monday, several experienced astronauts approved NASA's plan to return to the moon during a Houston conference. They described the goal of landing people there by 2024, but rather as …

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How many astronauts died in space – who were the first astronauts to fly in space? | Science | news

The criteria for determining who reached manned spaceflight vary. The Fédération Aéronautique Internationale defines the Cosmic Threshold as any flight over the Kármán Line (100 km), a definition that was recognized in the 1960s by every country except the US Department of Defense. By September 26, 2019, 565 people from 38 countries have courageously gone to space. In the last …

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Astronauts exchange old batteries on one of five spacewalks

NASA astronauts Christina Koch and Andrew Morgan are working on this NASA-produced video on Sunday, October 6, 2019, in front of the International Space Station. The astronauts launched the first of five spacewalks that replaced old batteries on the International Space Station on Sunday. (NASA via AP) Astronauts launched the first of five spacewalks on Sunday at the International Space …

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Astronauts complete the first spacewalk in series to upgrade the station's batteries

Two NASA astronauts replaced the batteries outside the International Space Station and completed the first in a series of five planned spacewalks devoted to upgrading the revolving laboratory's propulsion system. Expedition 61 flight engineers Christina Koch and Andrew Morgan worked 7 hours and 1 minute on Sunday (6 October) in the vacuum of space. Her extra-ordinary activities (EVA or spacewalk) …

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NASA expects to buy more Soyuz seats for astronauts for $ 85 million per inhabitant in 2020: reports

According to media reports, NASA expects next year to buy even more seats aboard Russian Soyuz spaceships International Space Station (ISS) since 2011, when NASA launched its space shuttle Fleet shut down. NASA relies on US private vehicles to solve the problem and has promoted the development of these vehicles through the agency's Commercial Crew Program. However, this work took …

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