Tuesday, July 5, 2022

International Space Station (ISS)

Ultracold bubbles created on ISS pave a new way toward Quantum Research

The bubbles provide new opportunities to experiment with an exotic state of matter.

Space- lettuce could prevent astronauts’ bone loss

It might help stave off osteoporosis in resource-limited areas here on Earth.

Water in International Space Station is full of bacteria

Safeguarding clean water for spaceflight missions.

Growing Chile Peppers in space

Spicing up the space station.

New study explores how astronauts’ nervous systems adjust to microgravity

Studying how the central nervous system controls movement in microgravity.

NASA astronaut shares stunning view of sunrise from space

First moments of sunrise from ISS.

Astronomer bioengineered human cartilage in space

One giant leap for science.

NASA’s Astrobee robot has undergone first hardware tests in space

NASA's new free-flying robotic system, Astrobee, which is designed to help astronauts reduce the time they spend on routine duties, has undergone its first...

There is an eerie orange glow above Earth

The sky above Earth is never totally dark. Indeed, even around evening time, a delicate shine radiates from the edge of the upper atmosphere....

New research heading for the space station on the 14th Space X Resupply Mission

With the new launch of SpaceX commercial resupply on Monday 4:30 p.m. EDT, astronauts in the space soon will receive a delivery of experiments dealing with...

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