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  • Departing Space Station Commander Provides Tour of Orbital Laboratory

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    In her final days as Commander of the International Space Station, Sunita Williams of NASA recorded an extensive tour of the orbital laboratory and downlinked the video on Nov. 18, just hours before she, cosmonaut Yuri Malenchenko and Flight Engineer Aki Hoshide of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency departed in their Soyuz TMA-05M spacecraft for a landing on the steppe of Kazakhstan. The tour includes scenes of each of the station's modules and research facilities with a running narrative by Williams of the work that has taken place and which is ongoing aboard the orbital outpost.

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  • Sunita Suni Williams Space Station Tour

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    There are basically two versions of Suni Williams' ISS tour on Youtube, but each leaves out some things the other includes. So i have cut and pasted a video that has everything available.

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  • Departing Space Station Commander Provides Tour of Orbital Laboratory

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    In her final days as Commander of the International Space Station, Sunita Williams of NASA recorded an extensive tour of the orbital laboratory and downlinke
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  • Departing Space Station Commander Provides Tour of Orbital Laboratory

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    The ISS takes about 90 minutes to complete one orbit. Astronauts living on-board experience 16 sunrises and sunsets in a 24-hour period. More than 220 astronauts and cosmonauts from 18 different countries have been on the ISS since its first element launch in 1998. As of May 16, 2016, at 06:10 at GMT, 18 years after its initial launch, the ISS will begin its 100,000th orbit — 2.6 billion miles — around planet Earth as it crosses the equator.

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  • How they Eat, Drink and survive in Space ׃ Sunita Williams in The International Space Station

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    How they Eat, Drink and survive in Space ׃ Sunita Williams in The International Space Station

  • Suni on Hometown TV

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    Aboard the International Space Station, Expedition 33 Commander Sunita Williams of NASA, who considers Needham, Massachusetts her hometown, discussed life, research and her exercise regimen on the orbital laboratory with Boston station WBZ-TV during an interview on October 12, 2012. Williams, who arrived on the station in mid-July, will remain aboard the outpost until mid-November.

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  • Soyuz undocking, reentry and landing explained

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    How does an astronaut return to Earth from the International Space Station? What does it feel like to re-enter the atmosphere? How does the Soyuz capsule function? Watch and find out. This video is based on an actual lesson delivered to the ESA astronaut class of 2009 (also known as the #Shenanigans09) during their ESA Basic Training. It features interviews with astronauts who have flown on the Soyuz and dramatic footage of actual landings.

    Produced by the ESA Human Spaceflight and Operations (HSO) Astronaut Training Division, Cologne, Germany, in collaboration with the HSO Strategic Planning and Outreach Office, Noordwijk, The Netherlands, with special support from Roskosmos.

    Narration Voice: Bernard Oattes

    Technical Experts: Stephane Ghiste, Dmitriy Churkin (HSO-UT)

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  • ما لم تعرفونه عن الفضاء Departing Space Station Commander Provides Tour of Orbital Laboratory

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    In her final days as Commander of the International Space Station, Sunita Williams of NASA recorded an extensive tour of the orbital laboratory and downlinked the video on Nov. 18, just hours.

    In her final days as Commander of the International Space Station, Sunita Williams of NASA recorded an extensive tour of the orbital laboratory and downlinked . In her final days as Commander.

    Impressive science documentary about the observation of the earth from Space inside the International Space Station (ISS). The International is a research . In her final days as Commander.

    The ISS takes about 90 minutes to complete one orbit. Astronauts living on-board experience 16 sunrises and sunsets in a 24-hour period. More than 220 astronauts and cos

  • ESA astronaut André Kuipers tour of the International Space Station

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    ESA astronaut Andre Kuipers invites you to follow a guided tour of the complete International Space Station. Andre himself is the tour guide during this unique visit to the Station.

    In the space of one hour Andre shows every module of the International Space Station and explains the ins and outs of living in the largest laboratory in space. This video gives a wonderful glimpse of how life is for an astronaut living in the Station. From science and maintenance to operating robotic arms and finding lost equipment, Andre takes you from the Japanese research module via the Station's cellar and 'garden' to the Russian segment, ending his tour with breath-taking views of Earth from the European-built Cupola observation module.

    This video was recorded during the end of ESA's PromISSe mission. Andre spent a total of 193 days in space before returning to Earth on 1 July 2012.

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  • Web extra: International Space Station tour

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    In this extended video, NASA astronauts Mike Hopkins and Victor (Ike) Glover offer “Sunday Morning” viewers a tour of the International Space Station – from maneuvering through the complex in a weightless state, to exploring the crew quarters, EVA airlock, laboratory, kitchen, exercise room, toilet, and observation port (the Cupola).

  • ISS Tour: Kitchen, Bedrooms & The Latrine | Video

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    Expedition 33 commander Suni Williams showcase the sleeping accomodations, how the bathroom is utilized, brushing teeth in microgravity and the common room with food. Harmony, Tranquility and Unity are the nodes toured.

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  • NASA Astronauts Space Walk Outside the ISS

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    Spacewalking astronauts face a wide variety of temperatures. In Earth orbit, conditions can be as cold as minus 250 degrees Fahrenheit. In the sunlight, they can be as hot as 250 degrees. A spacesuit protects astronauts from those extreme temperatures.

    This footage was taken by NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson during a spacewalk on the International Space Station on Thursday, March 30, 2017. She was joined on the spacewalk by NASA astronaut Shane Kimbrough.

    The two spacewalkers reconnected cables and electrical connections on PMA-3 at its new home on top of the Harmony module. They also installed the second of the two upgraded computer relay boxes on the station’s truss and installed shields and covers on PMA-3 and the now-vacant common berthing mechanism port on Tranquility.

    During the spacewalk, one of the shields was inadvertently lost. The loss posed no immediate danger to the astronauts and Kimbrough and Whitson went on to successfully install the remaining shields on the common berthing mechanism port.

    A team from the Mission Control Center at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston devised a plan for the astronauts to finish covering the port with the PMA-3 cover Whitson removed earlier in the day. The plan worked, and the cover was successfully installed, providing thermal protection and micrometeoroid and orbital debris cover for the port.
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  • Life Inside The International Space Station

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    Ever wondered what it’s like to work in space? The brave men and women of the International Space Station are truly a special breed, but at the end of the day they’re just regular people, going about their jobs.

    So join us today as we shadow our higher ups and learn all about a day in the life of an ISS astronaut.

    When hurtling around planet earth at 17,100 mph, standard human notions of day and night start to look pretty silly. In a normal 24 hour stretch, a typical ISS astronaut will see the sun rise, and set, 16 times in total. Human bodies did not evolve that way. So a regular 24-hour earth day is maintained up there, if nothing else to prevent the crew descending into a grim spiral of permanent crippling jet lag.

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  • Expedition 32/33 Launches to the International Space Station

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    Expedition 32/33 Soyuz Commander Yuri Malenchenko, NASA Flight Engineer Suni Williams and Flight Engineer Aki Hoshide of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency launched on the Russian Soyuz TMA-05M spacecraft on July 15 from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan to begin a two-day journey to the International Space Station. The trio will dock to the station July 17 to start a four month tour, joining station Commander Gennady Padalka, NASA Flight Engineer Joe Acaba and Russian Flight Engineer Sergei Revin, who have been on the outpost since mid-May. The launch took place on the 37th anniversary of the launching of the historic Apollo-Soyuz mission in 1975 that resulted in the first docking of U.S. and Russian spacecraft and marked the start of the partnership that spawned the International Space Station.

  • Station Tour: Harmony, Tranquility, Unity

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    Expedition 33 Commander Suni Williams starts off her tour of the International Space Station with a look at its nodes -- Harmony, Tranquility and Unity -- which include the crew's sleeping quarters and hygiene station.

  • ما لم تعرفونه عن الفضاء Departing Space Station Commander Provides Tour of Orbital Laboratory

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    In her final days as Commander of the International Space Station, Sunita Williams of NASA recorded an extensive tour of the orbital laboratory and downlinked
    NASA Space Station Tour of Orbital Laboratory In her final days as Commander of the International Space Station

  • ★ Tour the International Space Station - Inside ISS - HD

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    A tour on the inside of the International Space Station - ISS with expedition 18 Commander Mike Fincke.

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    The International Space Station ISS is a space station, or a habitable artificial satellite, in low Earth orbit. It is a modular structure whose first component was launched in 1998. Now the largest artificial body in orbit, it can often be seen at the appropriate time with the naked eye from Earth. The ISS consists of pressurised modules, external trusses, solar arrays and other components. ISS components have been launched by American Space Shuttles as well as Russian Proton and Soyuz rockets.

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  • Grand tour of the International Space Station with Drew and Luca | Single take

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    ESA astronaut Luca Parmitano and NASA astronaut Drew Morgan take you on a unique tour of the International Space Station shot in one take with two cameras strapped together. Luca and Drew take it in turns to guide you through the modules and spacecraft docked to the orbital outpost.

    Starting from the Soyuz MS-15 spacecraft that bought Drew to the Space Station, the duo show each module and spacecraft docked with the International Space Station at the time it was recorded around the New Year 2020. Passing colleagues include NASA astronaut Jessica Meir and Christina Koch exercising and Russian cosmonauts Alexander Skvortsov and Oleg Skripochka.

    This is the first tour of the International Space Station with two astronauts presenting and the first done in a single take.

    At the time of recording three supply vehicles were docked, the Russian Progress MS-13, Space-X’s Dragon-19 and Northrup Grumman’s Cygnus-12, as well as two astronaut vehicles the Soyuz MS-15 and Soyuz MS-13.

    The map overlay graphic erroneously shows the future Nauka module instead of Pirs. The Russian Multipurpose Laboratory Module Nauka is planned for launch in the future and will replace Pirs, but we put it on the map already.

    Skip to specific modules or features such as the toilets using the timestamps below:

    0:00 Soyuz MS-15
    4:53 Zvezda service module
    8:01 Pirs
    9:27 Mini Research Module-2 (MRM-2)
    10:30 Soyuz MS-13
    11:44 MRM-2
    12:27 Progress
    13:19 Functional Cargo Block (FGB)
    17:12 Mini Research Module-1 (MRM-1)
    19:36 Pressurised Mating Adapter
    20:42 Node-1 Unity
    22:46 Northrup Grumman Cygnus-12
    27:32 Quest Airlock
    29:27 Node-3 Tranquility
    30:58 T2 Treadmill
    31:17 Toilet
    33:38 Cupola at night
    34:11 Permanent Multipurpose Module Leonardo (PMM)
    36:42 US laboratory Destiny
    37:45 Robotics station for Canadarm2
    38:40 Exercise bike
    42:21 Node-2 Harmony
    44:40 Space X Dragon
    46:35 European laboratory Columbus
    49:53 Japanese laboratory Kibo
    56:17 Space Station fly through
    01:00:43 Cupola daytime
    01:04:27 Goodbye from Cupola

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  • Soyuz MS-09 departing the International Space Station

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    The Soyuz MS-09 spacecraft departing the International Space Station on 20 December 2018, with Expedition 57 crew members, NASA astronaut Serena Auñón-Chancellor, ESA astronaut Alexander Gerst and Roscosmos cosmonaut Sergey Prokopyev.
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  • David Saint-Jacques returns after 204 days in space

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    Canadian astronaut David Saint-Jacques is getting used to being back in Earth's gravity after returning from a six-month stay aboard the International Space Station, breaking Robert Thrisk's Canadian record set in 2009. Thirsk explains what happens to the body as it readjusts to life on Earth.

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  • Waking up, working, and going to sleep in Zero G

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    Expedition 26 NASA Flight Engineer Cady Coleman discusses what daily life is like aboard an orbiting space laboratory on CBS' news program The Talk on January 18, 2011.

  • Expedition 64 Change of Command - April 15, 2021

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    Expedition 64 Crew Hands over International Space Station to Expedition 65 Crew

    Command of the International Space Station was passed from Russian cosmonaut Sergey Ryzhikov of Roscosmos to Houston native and NASA astronaut Shannon Walker during a ceremony on the orbital outpost on April 15. Ryzhikov is returning to Earth April 17 with Expedition 64 crewmates Sergey Kud-Sverchkov of Roscosmos and Kate Rubins of NASA in the Soyuz MS-17 spacecraft for a landing on the steppe of Kazakhstan to complete a journey of 185 days in space. Walker remains on the station as commander of Expedition 65 with cosmonauts Pyotr Dubrov and Oleg Novitskiy of Roscosmos, NASA astronauts Mark Vande Hei, Mike Hopkins and Victor Glover and Soichi Noguchi of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA).

  • Space Station Commander Discusses His Year-Long Mission with U.S. TV Networks

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    Aboard the International Space Station, Expedition 46 Commander Scott Kelly of NASA discussed the accomplishments of his year-long mission on the orbital laboratory during a series of interviews with U.S. television networks on Feb. 24. Kelly and cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko of Roscosmos are in the final days of their year in space on the station, gathering valuable biomedical data on the long duration effect of weightlessness on the human body that will be used to formulate a human mission to Mars. Kelly, Kornienko and cosmonaut Sergey Volkov are preparing for their return to Earth on March 1, U.S. time, aboard the Soyuz TMA-18M spacecraft, headed for a landing on the steppe of south-central Kazakhstan.

  • Take a Tour of the Space Station With Astronaut Chris Cassidy | NASA ISS Science HD

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    Visit my website at - astronaut and Expedition 36 crew member Chris Cassidy gives us a tour of the International Space Station. Please rate and comment, thanks!
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  • U.S. Commercial Cargo Ship Arrives at the International Space Station

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    On April 22, hours arriving at the International Space Station, Orbital ATK’s Cygnus resupply ship was captured by Expedition 51 Flight Engineer Thomas Pesquet of the European Space Agency and Commander Peggy Whitson of NASA using the Canadarm2 robotic arm. Later, Cygnus was installed to the Earth-facing port of the Unity module where it will reside for the next three months. Cygnus is packed with 7,600 pounds of supplies and research for the crew aboard the orbiting laboratory

  • NASA Television Video File- MS 13 Hatch Closing Undocking Landing - February 6, 2020

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    Expedition 61 Crew, Record-Setting Astronaut Christina Koch Return to Earth

    Expedition 61 Commander Luca Parmitano of ESA (European Space Agency), Soyuz commander Alexander Skvortsov of Roscosmos and NASA Flight Engineer Christina Koch landed safely on Earth near the town of Dzhezkazgan, Kazakhstan, Feb. 6 after bidding farewell to their colleagues on the complex and undocking their Soyuz MS-13 spacecraft from the Poisk Module on the International Space Station. Koch completed a 328-day, 139-million mile mission on the orbital outpost --- the longest spaceflight ever conducted by a woman in history and the second longest single spaceflight by a U.S. astronaut. Parmitano and Skvortsov wrapped up a 201-day mission in space spanning 85.2 million miles.

  • Orbital Laboratory Tour of Sunita Williams

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  • Space Station Commander Talks to South Carolina Students

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    Aboard the International Space Station, Expedition 53 Commander Randy Bresnik of NASA discussed life and work aboard the orbital laboratory during an in-flight educational event Oct. 2 with students at The Citadel STEM Center at the Laing Middle School near Charleston, South Carolina. Bresnik holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in mathematics and an honorary doctorate in aeronautics from The Citadel. He launched to the station in July and will remain on board through mid-December.

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  • Live from space: Expedition 33 commander Suni Williams

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    — collectSPACE.com interviewed Expedition 33 commander Sunita Suni Williams from on board the International Space Station on Friday Oct. 19.



    During the 10 minute interview, collectSPACE editor Robert Pearlman spoke with Williams about her nearly 100 days aboard the station, her upcoming second Expedition 33 spacewalk, the approaching 12th anniversary of humans living aboard the orbiting laboratory and the prospects of crews spending a year rather than six months on the ISS.

    Other discussion topics included the recent arrival of SpaceX's Dragon capsule, the scheduled Halloween (Oct. 31) docking of a Russian Progress spacecraft, the launch of her next three crewmates and the delivery of 32 fish as part of a Japanese aquatic experiment.

  • Space Station Astronauts Talk about Life in Orbit

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    Aboard the International Space Station, Expedition 47 Commander Tim Kopra and Flight Engineer Jeff Williams of NASA and Flight Engineer Tim Peake of the European Space Agency discussed life and research on the complex with representatives of the European Space Education Resource Office and the Associated Press during a pair of in-flight interviews April 14. Kopra, who has been in orbit since December, is scheduled to return to Earth in June, while Williams is beginning the second month of a planned six-month mission on the station, his third long duration flight on the orbital laboratory.

  • Russian Cargo Ship Departs ISS

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    The ISS Progress 48 resupply ship, which arrived at the station last August, departs the Pirs docking compartment, part of the Russian segment, on Saturday, Feb. 9. The Progress leaves orbit three hours later and burns up above the Pacific Ocean. The move clears Pirs for the arrival of the new ISS Progress 50 resupply spacecraft scheduled to launch from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan on Feb. 11. The Progress is loaded with almost 3 tons of food, fuel, supplies and experiment hardware for the six crew members aboard the orbital laboratory.

  • ISS Commander Talks Long Distance With the Media

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    Aboard the International Space Station, Expedition 33 Commander Sunita Williams of NASA discussed life, research and her exercise regimen on the orbital laboratory with ABC News and CNN during a pair of in-flight interviews on October 11, 2012. Williams, who arrived on the station in mid-July, will remain aboard the outpost until mid-November.

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  • International Space Station Tour

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    Astronaut Mike Fincke takes you on a tour of the International Space Station.

  • A Discussion About Space Exploration

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    Expedition 39 Flight Engineer Rick Mastracchio of NASA and the International Space Station Commander, Koichi Wakata of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, fielded questions March 13 about life and research on the orbital laboratory from NASA Administrator Charles Bolden and students participating in the U.S. Senate Youth Program.

  • Space Station Commander Discusses His One-Year Mission with News Media

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    Aboard the International Space Station, Expedition 46 Commander Scott Kelly of NASA discussed the final weeks of his year-long mission and the accomplishments of his stay on the orbital laboratory during a pair of in-flight interviews Feb. 11 with ABC Correspondent Martha Raddatz for ABC’s “This Week” broadcast, and Dr. Sanjay Gupta of CNN. Kelly and Russian cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko of Roscosmos are wrapping up a 340-day mission on the station designed to gather valuable data that will be used to formulate a future human mission to Mars. They are preparing for a landing on March 2, Kazakhstan time (March 1, U.S. time) in their Soyuz spacecraft to complete their marathon mission.

  • Space Station Crew Member Discusses Work in Space with the Media

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    Aboard the International Space Station, Expedition 49 Flight Engineer Kate Rubins of NASA provided a current rundown of life and research aboard the orbital laboratory in a pair of in-flight interviews Sept. 22 with the Associated Press and KGO-TV, San Francisco. Rubins is in the final month of her four-month mission on the station, aiming for a return to Earth in the Soyuz MS-01 spacecraft Oct. 30.

  • U.S. Commercial Cargo Ship Departs the Space Station Headed for a Destructive Reentry

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    Orbital ATK’s Cygnus cargo ship, dubbed the “SS Alan Poindexter”, was released from the International Space Station’s robotic arm Nov. 21, bound for a destructive entry over the Pacific Ocean after delivering some three tons of supplies and scientific experiments to the orbital outpost. Expedition 50 Commander Shane Kimbrough of NASA released Cygnus with the assistance of Flight Engineer Thomas Pesquet of ESA (European Space Agency) to complete Cygnus’ month-long supply run to the station. Now filled with trash, Cygnus will move to a safe distance away from the complex for a series of engine firings Nov. 27 that will send the craft plunging back into the Earth’s atmosphere, where it will harmlessly break up over the Pacific Ocean.

  • Happy Holidays from The International Space Station

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    Aboard the International Space Station, Expedition 46 Commander Scott Kelly of NASA, Flight Engineer Tim Kopra of NASA and Flight Engineer Tim Peake of the European Space Agency offered their thoughts on being in orbit away from home during the Christmas holidays and what Christmas means to them in a message downlinked on Dec. 17. Kelly is nearing the completion of the ninth month of a year-long mission on the orbital laboratory, while Kopra and Peake arrived Dec. 15 to begin a six-month mission on the complex.

  • A Discussion with the Space Station Crew

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    Aboard the International Space Station, Expedition 47 Commander Tim Kopra of NASA and Flight Engineer Tim Peake of the European Space Agency discussed life and work on the orbital laboratory in a pair of in-flight interviews March 8 with KOKH-TV in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and ITV News based in Great Britain. Kopra and Peake are midway through a six-month mission on the station designed to gather data from hundreds of experiments provided by researchers throughout the world.

  • NASA Astronauts Talk About Life Aboard the ISS

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    Aboard the International Space Station, Expedition 47 Commander Tim Kopra and Flight Engineer Jeff Williams of NASA discussed the pace of research on the orbital lab and recent cargo vehicle deliveries in an in-flight interview April 7 with NBC News’ website Today.com. Kopra is in the second half of a six-month mission on the station while Williams, who is in his third long duration flight on the complex, is nearing the completion of the first month of his half-year stay on the outpost.

  • Expedition 50-51 Arrives Safely at the Space Station on This Week @NASA – November 25, 2016

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    On Nov. 19 Eastern time, two days after launching aboard a Soyuz spacecraft from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, the Expedition 50-51 crew, including NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson arrived safely at the International Space Station. A few hours after docking, Whitson and Expedition 50-51 crewmates, Oleg Novitskiy of the Russian space agency Roscosmos, and Thomas Pesquet of the European Space Agency, were greeted by space station Commander Shane Kimbrough of NASA and Sergey Ryzhikov and Andrey Borisenko of Roscosmos. The arriving crew members, who are scheduled to remain on the space station until next spring, will contribute to more than 250 research experiments while onboard the orbital laboratory. Also, Cygnus Cargo Spacecraft Leaves the Space Station, Advanced Weather Satellite Launched into Orbit, SLS Hardware Installed in Test Stand, C-Level Platforms Installed in Vehicle Assembly Building, and Giving Thanks from Space!

  • NASA films the departure of the SpaceX from orbital laboratory

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    The Dragon capsule pulled away from the orbiting lab early Friday, a test dummy named Ripley its lone occupant. It's aiming for a morning splashdown in the Atlantic off Florida's coast, the final hurdle of the six-day test flight. Saturday's launch and Sunday's docking were spot on.

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  • So … What’s It Like On The Space Station, Commander?

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    Aboard the International Space Station, Expedition 47 Commander Tim Kopra of NASA discussed the progress of his mission and research on the orbiting laboratory in a pair of in-flight interviews March 15 with WAAY-TV, Huntsville, Alabama, and the CBS Radio Network. Kopra is midway through his six-month stay on the complex, aiming for a return to Earth in June.

  • SpaceCast Weekly - January 8, 2021

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    SpaceCast Weekly is a NASA Television broadcast from the Johnson Space Center in Houston featuring stories about NASA’s work in human spaceflight, including the International Space Station and its crews and scientific research activities, and the development of Orion and the Space Launch System, the next generation American spacecraft being built to take humans farther into space than they’ve ever gone before.

  • Tour Inside The International Space Station Full Documentary 2017

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    One of the most detailed tours of the ISS from American astronaut Steven Swanson!!!

    In her final days as Commander of the International Space Station, Sunita Williams of NASA recorded an extensive tour of the orbital laboratory and downlinked the video on . 18, just hours.

    This HD documentary is a tour inside the International Space Station (ISS) shown by NASA Astronaut Sunita (Suni) Williams. She describes how the station is divided into two pressurized modules,.

    Our tour guide: ESA astronaut: André Kuipers Watch 20 minutes of breathtaking footage of our planet seen from space Also see amazing time lapses taken from the.

  • Orbital Sciences Cygnus Supply Craft Departure From ISS

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    A cargo resupply demonstration mission by Orbital Sciences Corp. drew to a close Tuesday as Expedition 37 crew members aboard the International Space Station detached and released the Dulles, Va., company's Cygnus spacecraft from the orbiting laboratory.

    Cygnus had been attached to the space station's Harmony module for 23 days. The spacecraft delivered about 1,300 pounds (589 kilograms) of cargo, including food, clothing and student experiments. Future Cygnus flights will ensure a robust national capability to deliver critical science research to orbit, significantly increasing NASA's ability to conduct new science investigations to the only laboratory in microgravity.

    Congratulations to the teams at Orbital Sciences and NASA who worked hard to make this demonstration mission to the International Space Station an overwhelming success, NASA Administrator Charles Bolden said. We are delighted to now have two American companies able to resupply the station. U.S. innovation and inspiration have once again shown their great strength in the design and operation of a new generation of vehicles to carry cargo to our laboratory in space. Orbital's success today is helping make NASA's future exploration to farther destinations possible.

    Prior to its departure from the station, Cygnus was loaded with items no longer needed aboard the station. Astronauts Karen Nyberg of NASA and Luca Parmitano of the European Space Agency detached the spacecraft using the station's robotic arm and released Cygnus at 7:31 a.m. EDT. Orbital Sciences engineers now will conduct a series of planned burns and maneuvers to move Cygnus toward a destructive re-entry in Earth's atmosphere Wednesday, Oct. 23.

    Cygnus was launched Sept. 18 on Orbital's Antares rocket from the Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport Pad-0A at NASA's Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia.

    The maiden flight of Cygnus and its 11-day journey to the station included a number of tests designed to demonstrate the spacecraft's ability to navigate, maneuver, lock on to the station and abort its approach. Following these demonstrations NASA cleared the spacecraft to approach the station Sept. 29. Cygnus had been scheduled for a rendezvous with the space station Sept. 22, but because of a data format mismatch, the first rendezvous attempt was postponed. Orbital updated and tested a software patch to resolve the issue.

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