Tag Archive: International Space Station

Russia says no to U.S. ISS docking

HAWTHORNE, Calif., Sept. 16 (UPI) — A private U.S. space capsule will fly near the International Space Station but docking at the ISS has not been approved, a Russian space official says. California-based… Continue reading

Trio of space station crew members set for landing

(Reuters) – Three crewmembers left the International Space Station for Earth on Thursday while their replacements remain delayed by an investigation into a Russian launch accident. Former station commander Andrey Borisenko, cosmonaut Alexander… Continue reading

The Space Station: Will NASA Abandon Ship?

Critics of NASA aren’t saying “I told you so” yet, but some of them are surely muttering it under their breath. The word from the space agency last week was that the International… Continue reading

Astronauts may evacuate space station in November

In the wake of a Russian rocket failure, NASA is considering evacuating the crew of the International Space Station later this year. The unprecedented move would mark the first time in more than… Continue reading

Air & Space International Space Station-Bound Supply Ship Explodes, Crashes in Siberia

MOSCOW –  An unmanned Russian supply ship bound for the International Space Station failed to reach its planned orbit Wednesday, and pieces of it fell in Siberia amid a thunderous explosion, officials said.… Continue reading

New NASA video shows LOZ following Discovery

On March 3rd, NASA released the videos made by the cameras attached to the left Solid Rocket Booster on STS-133 Discovery, which film the lift off and keep filming even when the rockets… Continue reading