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NASA Released GOPRO Footage From Spacewalks To Service Station where astronauts will use the station’s 57.7-foot robotic arm to reach out apture operate from t

Astronaut Mike Hopkins, Expedition 38 Flight Engineer, is shown in the second of two spacewalks designed to allow the crew to change out a faulty water pump on the exterior of the Earth-orbiting International Space Station.

L’alba vista dalla Stazione spaziale internazionale, il 1 marzo 2016. - (Scott Kelly, Nasa)

NASA astronaut Scott Kelly shared this photo of the sunrise on March as he prepared to depart the International Space Station and return to Earth aboard a Soyuz spacecraft.

Sunrise #2,721 | International Space Station Scott: "Sunrise 2,721 riding the horizon at the [mission] halfway point."  Credit: NASA/JSC, U.S. Astronaut Scott Kelly Release Date: September 15, 2015

Sunrise #2,721 | International Space Station Scott: "Sunrise 2,721 riding the horizon at the [mission] halfway point." Credit: NASA/JSC, U.S. Astronaut Scott Kelly Release Date: September 15, 2015

Watch Live: Orbital Sciences Launches First Resupply Mission to the ISS - Wired Science

Watch Live: Orbital Sciences Launches First Resupply Mission to the ISS

Watch Live: Orbital Sciences Launches First Resupply Mission to the ISS - Wired Science

Inside the space shutter orbiter cockpit at Space Center Houston. Have to admit the view of Earth was photoshop magic. Unplanned two shot stitch from two 17mm frames. Orbiter history from wikipedia (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Space_Shuttle_orbiter): "Columbia was the first Orbiter to launch into space as a Space Shuttle, in 1981. The first launches of Challenger, Discovery, and finally Atlantis, followed in 1983, 1984 and 1985 respectively. In 1986, Challenger was destroyed in a...

Space Shuttle Cockpit View What an awesome view! Imagine the feeling you must get flying up to space and back down to earth on this thing! The last Space Shuttle is scheduled to take off on June We’ll miss all these great pictures.

GOES-R, NOAA's latest weather satellite, launched 2016/11/19

Watch the launch of the GOES-R satellite that will revolutionize weather forecasting

♥ Space Shuttle

Space Shuttle flew at mph! It's hard to believe that the United States shut down their manned space flight program. The only way our NASA crews can go up today is using Russian rockets!

A SpaceX rocket will take to the skies Saturday (Jan 14, 2017) for the first time since a Sept. 1 launchpad explosion, and you can watch the highly anticipated liftoff live. The liftoff is scheduled for 12:54 p.m. EST (1754 GMT).

A SpaceX rocket will take to the skies Saturday (Jan for the first time since a Sept. 1 launchpad explosion, and you can watch the highly anticipated liftoff live. The liftoff is scheduled for p.

If that is on the launchpad and the clouds said no to the last space shuttle launch so they delayed it. ( i was at the last launch was not delayed for that)

If that is on the launchpad and the clouds said no to the last space shuttle launch so they delayed it. ( i was at the last launch was not delayed for that)

International Space Station hits cosmic milestone orbits the earth 100,000th time 5/17/16

ISS orbits the Earth for the 100,000th time

International Space Station hits cosmic milestone orbits the earth time

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