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International Space Station Gets First “Commercial” Cargo Delivery

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This image from NASA-TV shows the capture of the Dragon capsule by a robot arm on the International Space Station as they passed over the South Atlantic Ocean early Wednesday Oct. 10, 2012. It’s the first official delivery by the California-based SpaceX company under a $1.6 billion contract with NASA. The contract calls for


First Space-X Rocket Flight

Space-X rocket lifts off from its Cape Canaveral Launch pad – Click for larger image.

Florida- An unmanned, privately built rocket lifted off from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station on Friday on a successful test flight before it begins cargo runs to the International Space Station for NASA. The launch marked a


Space Toilet Needs Repair Again

The master bathroom for three astronauts aboard the international space station is on the fritz again, just days before a trio of new spacefliers are due to launch toward the orbiting lab, NASA officials said Friday.

A temporary telemetry glitch also sent the space station into a so-called survival mode earlier yesterday morning, changing


ISS Catches Worm

A computer virus intrusion aboard the ISS in july has prompted astronauts to updated their anti virus software on all the laptop computers aboard the station. Kelly Humphries NASA representative for the Johnson space center in Houston said Oleg Kononenko, a Russian cosmonaut, was busy updating the anti-virus protection software on the russian


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