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International Space Station

[Video] ISS Astronauts Wish Earth Happy New Year

The entire world welcomed the new year in a glaring style. While everyone in Earth was conveying their greetings to others in different ways, International Space Station (ISS) astronauts were not lagged behind. From ISS, the astronauts wished our planet a very Happy New Year.
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The Dragon Has Landed!

Yes, The Dragon Has Landed. First private spacecraft by SpaceX’s has returned to earth at this morning, at approximately 8:42 AM Pacific/11:42 AM Eastern safely in the Pacific. After a successful mission to ISS started on 22nd May Dragon has landed.
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Falcon 9 Successfully Takes Off For International Space Station

Last Saturday (19 May, 2012), SpaceX's Falcon 9 Rocket had to abort its planned launch just a half-second before the rocket lifted-off due to a problem in one of its valves. After the night-long effort of the engineers Falcon 9 rocket as well as Dragon cargo capsule was cleared for launch. The rocket has successfully taken off for International…
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SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket Aborted To Launch For Valve Problem

Last Saturday at 4:55 am Eastern US Time (GMT-4) at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in south Florida, a new private rocket SpaceX Falcon 9 which was carrying a commercial cargo ship Dragon capsule for the International Space Station (ISS) had to abort its launch just half-second before the rocket lifted-off. The reason behind this unexpected abort…
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NCESSE Announces Student Spaceflight Experiment Program For 2012-2013

The space science group National Center for Earth and Space Science Education (NCESSE) may take us on a ride for their fifth wave of microgravity experiments aboard the International Space Station. All international students including US from grade 5 to university level have been invited to submit their ideas until September 12th, 2012. No doubt,…
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iPhone 4 In Space!!

The first iPhone aboard a shuttle is expected to launch into space on the Atlantis’ STS-135 mission, according to NASA and the iPhone is equipped with an app, called SpaceLab for iOS, created by Odyssey Space Research, a Houston company, to help astronauts track scientific results.The iPhone won't get lonely on the flight, accompanying it will be…
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World’s First Ever HD Streaming Video Cameras On ISS

A Calgary company is building two new high-definition cameras that can stream images from the International Space Station and the company is called Urthecast, will make one high resolution and one medium resolution camera ready to operate next year. The project's aim is to create an internet-based video streaming platform and allowing for online…
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SIM-Sized Chip Satellites

A group of Cornell-developed, fingernail-sized satellites may travel to Saturn within the next decade nd as they flutter down through its atmosphere, they will collect data about chemistry, radiation and particle impacts.Developed over a period of three years by a team of undergraduates at Cornell University, the Sprite chips could eventually be…
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Panasonic AG-3DA1 Full HD 3D Camcorders

Panasonic's AG-3DA1 camera will shoot 3D video and Robonaut vlogs on the International Space Station.Panasonic AG-3DA1 Full HD 3D camcorders is a full 1080p 3D video recorder with twin lenses and dual 2 megapixel 3MOS sensors...........
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