By Ben Evans
November 17th, 2012 | Tags: 41B, 51A, Anna Fisher, Astronaut, Bill Fisher, Cape Canaveral, Challenger, Dale Gardner, Dave Walker, Discovery, EVA, Exploration, Explore, Extravehicular Activity (EVA), Joe Allen, Kennedy Space Center, KSC, Manned Manoeuvring Unit (MMU), MMU, NASA, Palapa-B2, PAM-D, Rick Hauck, rocket, Rockets, Shuttle, Solar Max, Space, space exploration, space shuttle, Spaceflight, Trunnion Pin Attachment Device (TPAD), Westar-6 | Category: astronaut, Ben Evans, Challenger, Columbia, Discovery, Exploration, Kennedy Space Center, KSC, Launch, NASA, Shuttle, Spaceflight | 7 comments - (Comments are closed)
After a successful launch on October 17th on top of the new Antares Rocket the Cygnus Capsule is scheduled to be grappled at 6am EDT on Sunday.
23 Oct 16 at 10:00 GMT
23 Oct 16 at 6:00am EDT
Hubble Spins a Web Into a Giant Red Spider Nebula
NASA's Amazing Daily Image
Huge waves are sculpted in this two-lobed nebula called the Red Spider Nebula, located some 3,000 light-years away in the constellation of Sagittarius.