Dawn of the Cygnus: A Cosmic Caravan’s Voyage to the Starry Outpost

Dawn of the Cygnus: A Cosmic Caravan’s Voyage to the Starry Outpost

International Space Station Soars Into an Orbital Sunset

The Earth’s horizon is barely visible as the International Space Station soars into an orbital sunset 261 miles above northeastern China. In the foreground, are the Canadarm2 robotic arm (left) with the Dextre fine-tuned robotic hand attached and the orbital outpost’s main solar arrays (right) and shorter roll-out solar arrays. Credit: NASA

The Expedition 70 crew is looking ahead to the arrival of a U.S. cargo craft due to arrive at the Northrop Grumman’s Cygnus cargo craft will take its first ride atop a

Astronaut Loral O’Hara Advanced Plant Habitat

NASA astronaut and Expedition 70 Flight Engineer Loral O’Hara poses in front of the Kibo laboratory module’s Advanced Plant Habitat housing tomato plants for an experiment investigating how the plant immune system adapts to spaceflight and how spaceflight affects plant production. Credit: NASA

Both astronauts including space radiation and how it affects astronauts. At the end of the day, López-Alegría tested a digital voice assistant for its potential to assist with crew operations.

Astronaut Satoshi Furukawa Pedals on Exercise Cycle

JAXA (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency) astronaut and Expedition 70 Flight Engineer Satoshi Furukawa pedals on an exercise cycle, also known as the Cycle Ergometer Vibration Isolation System (or CEVIS), inside the International Space Station’s Destiny laboratory module. Credit: NASA

Gezeravcı, Turkey’s first astronaut, tended to algae samples growing in petri dishes for an antibacterial investigation and then photographed his Ax-3 crewmates as they worked throughout the day. Mission Specialist Marcus Wandt representing ESA spent Friday juggling a variety of science experiments. The Swedish astronaut powered on thunderstorm conditions in Earth’s stratosphere.

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