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Space for Everyone: 30 Years Since STS-41G, Progress in Spaceflight Diversity

The crew of STS-41G, 1984: Seated (from left) are Jon McBride, Sally Ride, Kathy Sullivan, and Dave Leestma, with (from left) Paul Scully-Power, Bob Crippen, and Marc Garneau standing. This mission proved to be a watershed moment in spaceflight diversity in a year of firsts. Photo Credit: NASA

Thirty years ago yesterday (Oct. 5, […]

Splashdown! SpaceX Dragon Comes Home After Month-Long ISS Jaunt

SPLASHDOWN! SpaceX’s Dragon cargo capsule lands in the Pacific Ocean, ending the successful month-long CRS-3 mission to the International Space Station (ISS) on Sunday, May 18. Photo from SpaceX’s Facebook page

The SpaceX Dragon Commercial Resupply Services (CRS)-3 mission came to a successful conclusion Sunday, May 18, when the capsule hurtled back to Earth […]

Easter Sunday ISS Berthing Caps Success-Filled CRS-3 Mission for SpaceX

SpaceX’s “Easter Dragon” comes knocking at the International Space Station’s door with a perfect, on-time berthing on Easter Sunday. Photo Credit: NASA TV

Following a 13-month hiatus in International Space Station (ISS) operations, SpaceX—the Hawthorne, Calif.-based launch services organization, headed by entrepreneur Elon Musk—secured its latest triumph Easter Sunday morning with the successful rendezvous, […]

A Beautiful Swan Came Calling: Orbital's Cygnus Cargo Ship Arrives at Space Station

More than a year later than originally planned, and after many developmental headaches, Orbital Sciences Corp. achieved success in triumphant fashion this morning with the arrival of the first Cygnus cargo ship at the International Space Station. Photo Credit: NASA

Eleven days since its launch from Pad 0A at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport (MARS) […]

Robotics Workstation in the International Space Station’s Cupola

NASA astronaut Karen Nyberg inside the Cupola component of the International Space Station. Photo Credit: NASA

At the robotics workstation in the International Space Station’s Cupola, NASA astronaut Karen Nyberg, Expedition 36 flight engineer, participates in onboard training activity in preparation for the grapple and berthing of the Japanese “Kounotori” H2 Transfer Vehicle-4 (HTV-4). […]

Successful re-entry of H-II Transfer Vehicle “KOUNOTORI4” (HTV4)

Photo Credit: NASA

The H-II Transfer Vehicle “KOUNOTORI4” (HTV4) successfully re-entered the atmosphere after the third de-orbit maneuver at 3:11 p.m. on September 7, 2013 (Japanese Standard Time, JST).

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Japanese Cargo Vessel Leaves ISS

The Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency’s HTV-4 cargo vessel departed from the International Space Station today, Sept. 4, 2013. (This is an image of the vehicle being berthed to the station.) Photo Credit: NASA

Japan’s H-II Transfer Vehicle-4 (HTV-4) departed from the International Space Station at 12:20 p.m. EDT Wednesday after a one-month stay at […]

Japan's HTV-4 Cargo Ship Arrives Safely at Space Station

After almost six days in free flight, Japan’s HTV-4 Kounotori (“White Stork”) is berthed at the nadir port of the ISS Harmony node. Photo Credit: NASA

Six days after its screaming launch from the Tanegashima Space Center in southern Japan, the fourth H-II Transfer Vehicle (HTV-4) has arrived safely at the International Space Station, […]

Hissing Dragon May Dock With Space Station Tomorrow

Rising from the smoke of its own making, SpaceX’s Falcon 9 roars into orbit yesterday to deliver the CRS-2 Dragon to the International Space Station. Although the rocket appears to have functioned normally, the Dragon experienced numerous glitches in its first few hours aloft. Photo Credit: John Studwell

Following yesterday’s eventful launch, the second […]

Space Station Back to Six-Man Strength After Soyuz Docking

Chris Hadfield has aimed high through his 53 years of life and today accomplished what few human beings—and even fewer Canadians—have ever achieved: to board a space station. In mid-March, he will take command of that station, proving that for him the sky is most definitely not the limit. Photo Credit: NASA/Ben Evans personal […]