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The weather looks good for the launch of SpaceX Dragon from Cape Canaveral to the ISS

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Why Christina Koch stays on the ISS for 11 months

Astronaut Christina Koch will set the record for a woman's longest single space flight when she completes her eleven-month mission aboard the International Space Station in February 2020. Your long stay on the ISS has something to do with NASA's preparation for human missions to the Moon and Mars. Koch's mission will provide researchers with the opportunity to observe the …

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Antares launches Cygnus for the ISS cargo mission

21:00 Eastern Updated WASHINGTON – A Northrop Grumman Antares rocket successfully launched a Cygnus probe on April 17, bringing nearly three and a half tons of cargo to the International Space Station. The Antares boarded the Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport at 16:46 East after a countdown that was only affected by a brief problem with the missile's transporter / erector, which …

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The latest Cygnus mission to the ISS includes new features

WASHINGTON – The next Northrop Grumman Cygnus cargo mission to the International Space Station will demonstrate two new capabilities, one before take-off and the other after the spacecraft leaves the station. The Cygnus spacecraft flies a designated NG-11 mission to launch at 4:46 pm Eastern April 17 on an Antares rocket from the Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport in Wallops Island, Virginia. …

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The Morning After: The ISS is filthy

It's nice to want things. Huawei is 'open' to selling its 5G modems, but only to Apple its 5G Balong 5000 chipsets, but only one company: Apple. Apple appears to be in a tough spot with its sole modem supplier, Intel. Microsoft releases first test builds of its Chromium-based Edge browser Edge Chrome also supports Chrome extensions and those from …

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The ISS is basically a bacteria-filled dressing room, the study said

Scientists found that bacteria and fungi are also present in gyms and offices in the ISS. Video screenshot of CNET Germs that exist in gyms apparently also depend on the International Space Station. A diverse population of bacteria and fungi – similar to hospitals, gyms and offices on Earth – was found on surfaces within the ISS, as published on …

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Biofilms That May Infect Astronauts, Corrode Metal FOUND Teeming on ISS – Study

Tech 13:43 08.04.2019 (updated 14:32 08.04.2019) Get short URL The ISS orbits 250 miles above Earth and has been visited over 222 times by astronauts Bacteria and fungi have begun breeding on the International Space Station (ISS), leading to the formation of antibiotic-resistant biofilms that could infect astronauts and destroy infrastructure, according to a new study. The microorganisms which NASA …

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The ISS is crawling with evil bacteria

The microbes come from humans and are similar to those in gyms, offices and hospitals on Earth. These include so-called opportunistic pathogens such as Staphylococcus aureus (often on the skin and in the nose) and Enterobacter (associated with the human gastrointestinal tract). Although they can cause disease on Earth, it is unclear what impact they might have on the inhabitants …

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Yesterday's ISS supply mission broke an incredible record – BGR

A refueling mission for the International Space Station, Progress MS-11, launched yesterday from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, eventually landing at the space station and providing over 5,400 pounds of supplies to its residents. In many ways, it was just like the countless replenishment missions that preceded it, but in one sense, it was something special. The mission carried out by …

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