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China, on the other hand, is already a leader in space, with a human exploration program, a future space station and ambitious robotic missions to the Moon.

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In May of last year, a pair of NASA astronauts, Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley, spent about two months on the space station in a flight designed to test how SpaceX’s Crew Dragon spacecraft would operate.

Parts of the system would be reusable, and should integrate well with NASA’s Gateway space station in lunar orbit.

Using cameras and other sensors on the space station, scientists could see how the blue jet formed.

The three participants on that flight — all wealthy business executives — are paying $55 million for the flight, training and costs associated with staying aboard the space station for up to eight days.

An unmanned rocket intended to deliver supplies to the International Space Station exploded on Tuesday.

A decade was devoted to life support on the International Space Station, where it has been much appreciated.

Though it would mow your lawn at International Space Station orbital speed—17,000 mph.

Rogozin also announced that Russia will call it quits with the International Space Station in 2020.

Currently only Russian rocket engines, fitted with the Russian ISS docking system, can reboost the Space Station.

Beginning this year, 1998, men and women from 16 countries will build a foothold in the heavens--the International Space Station.


On this page you'll find 11 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to space station, such as: advance base, astro station, cosmic stepping-stone, island base, manned station, and space airport.

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