Meet the crew of Axiom-1, the first all private crew to fly to the International Space Station. Using a SpaceX Falcon 9 and Crew Dragon capsule the four will spend ten days in orbit while performing experiments and research during their stay at the space station.
After a 24 hour delay on the count of weather SpaceX has launched the CRS-23 mission to resupply the International Space Station with over 4,800lbs of supplies and research experiments.
Thursday July 29th. Just hours after docking at the International Space Station the Russian MLM module started unexpectedly firing it’s thrusters causing the station to move off course. Boeing’s Starliner OFT-2 launch now delayed until Tuesday August 3rd.
Thursday June 3rd at 1:29 PM Est atop a Falcon 9 rocket from Kennedy Space Center With the […]
NASA launches bobtail squid, tardigrades, and other supplies to ISS NASA is sending tiny bobtail squid along with […]
Tomorrow, April 23rd four astronauts are set to depart Earth from the Kennedy Space Center in FL to embark on a six month mission in space. Meet the crew of Crew-2