Posts filed under: Space

Space Station flying over the VOSS model at Purdue University

I haven’t photographed the Space Station in quite some time. I have been quite busy in recent months, it was great to get back out and #SpotTheStation....
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SpaceX proves reusable rocket tech, then lands booster a second time

Today SpaceX historically launched a certified pre-flown booster then landed it again on an autonomous ship out at sea....
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Expedition 48/49 Crew Sets Sail For Orbital Outpost

3 more humans are now safely orbiting the Earth thanks to a Souyz launcher blasting off from the Baikonur Cosmodrome on the desert steppe of Kazakhstan set for an early Saturday morning arrival at the orbital outpost....
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Upgraded Expedition 48 Soyuz Rolls Out To The Pad

Monday, July 4th, 2016 at the Baikonur Cosmodrome in the desert steppe of Kazakhstan, the Soyuz MS-01 was rolled out and raised to vertical in advance of the July 7th launch to the International Space Station....
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ISS Cosmonauts To Perform Spacecraft Maneuver Test

Flight Engineers Oleg Skripochka and Alexey Ovchinin are resting on the International Space Station today as they will be testing Progress 62’s TORU, tele-robotically operated rendezvous system early Friday morning....
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