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Space: The UAE have received a "very good" ISS deal

Salem Al Marri, deputy general director of the Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Center (MBRSC), believes that the introduction of commercial spacecraft will create more opportunities for Emirati astronauts. "Today, if you want to get into orbit You can only use the Russian Soyuz, so the Boeing Starliner and the SpaceX Dragon will be new vehicles that will become commercial and …

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It happened on the Japanese module of the ISS

The crew of the International Space Station continues to search for a place through which Japanese module will leak. Write about the media According to information published on the official website of NASA a daily report on the flight on the ISS. In the message space agency found that the Japanese module of the International Space Station there was a …

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Skywatch: The ISS makes several passes this week, the brightest on Tuesday | Metro & region

Sunday: The International Space Station is making a series of bright performances this week starting tonight. The spacecraft launches at 9:55 am in the north-northwest. The ISS brightens quickly when it reaches its peak at 21:58 and reaches 30 degrees in the northeast. The space station is visible only a minute later, as it slides 27 degrees above the east-northeast …

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The NASA report highlights issues with the ISS privatization plan for the year 2025

A recent report by NASA's Inspectorate of Inspection expresses concern over the government's plan to privatize the International Space Station. The ISS has been continuously inhabited by humans for nearly 20 years, providing researchers with a laboratory in space for important research. The privatization plan provides for a 2025 deadline, but NASA warns that an extension to 2028 or later …

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Russia is preparing to send androids into space as part of the ISS crew

Russia could send its first pair of FEDOR androids to the crew of the International Space Station as early as August 2019. Russia could soon send its first humanoid robots into space to join the astronaut crew aboard the International Space Station (ISS), according to a report by Defense One . The news channel cited the Russian state news website …

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ISS to Cross Moon | Wiarton Echo

Mark your calendar for 11 o'clock. on the night of the 19th of July. The sun sets at 21 o'clock. EDT, it's a beautiful first quarter moon high in the sky and you'll see Jupiter shining brightly to the left of the moon. Even in the western sky there is Venus, even brighter than Jupiter, but for the purpose of …

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After lifting the station's railway, Cygnus left the ISS

On July 15, after nearly two months, the cargo ship Cygnus left the International Space Station (ISS) and was transported with equipment and scientific equipment for a six-person crew of the station. <img class = "alignnone size-full wp-image-11940" src = "https://factsherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/Update-about-the-probability-of-life -in-space-2.jpg "alt =" Cygnus Spacecraft, ISS <img class = "alignnone size-full wp-image-11940" src = "https://factsherald.com/wp-content/ uploads / 2018/04 / …

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SpaceX and Boeing no longer have time to fly NASA astronauts to the ISS, warns the Government Accountability Office – Quartz

The pressure on Boeing and SpaceX is rising, the two companies are trying to prove that the US is still able to fly people into space. Both are expected to miss a November 2019 appointment to produce spacecraft certified to be safe enough to carry astronauts – which means NASA could be locked out of the International Space Station next …

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