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SpaceX is shooting for another launch attempt Friday to the International Space Station. Wednesday, two days after a last-minute rocket leak delayed the delivery mission...Mission Control has rescheduled urgent spacewalking repairs because of the new
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My father was an airline pilot so we travelled more spontaneously than a lot of families. On a Thursday we could decide to go somewhere like Barbados the next day for a long weekend. I've probably been to about 50 countries and with my work I've
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The winning suit will be known as the Z-2, a followup to the previous Z-1 suit. Photograph: /Nasa Nasa has collected more than 200,000 votes from members of the public who are on a mission to help the space agency select the spacesuit of the future.
After a lot of hiccups and delays, the privately owned Space Exploration Technologies or SpaceX, as it is better known, is getting ready for a cargo-run to the International Space Station (ISS) by using its unmanned Falcon 9 rocket and Dragon
Safran, a France-based high-technology company, has moved up in the ranking of French companies with patents published. Jean-Paul Herteman, chairman and chief executive officer of Safran. "The past year (was) especially rich in this area with
Launch of a fee for the international space station will have to stay on Earth in a few days because of a leak in the rocket. Just an hour of launch, SpaceX launch Canceled Monday. Company executives said They believe the
The initial phase requires testing for the satellite to verify and validate the operation of the system and subsystem level electronics of the spacecraft and how they function under the harsh space environment. Once the satellite is in stable
Monday (April 14) due to a helium leak on the company's Falcon 9 rocket that will keep the mission stuck on Earth until at least Friday (April 18).