The Bringer of Power: Remembering STS-97, OTD in 2000

As @NASA celebrates #SpaceStation20th anniversary, we look back on STS-97, the mission which turned @Space_Station from just another big spacecraft into one of the brightest objects in the sky. […]

Stop the Clock: Remembering STS-51A, OTD in 1984

OTD in 1984, STS-51A launched on a dramatic satellite rescue mission. And for CDR Rick Hauck, their success was nothing short of an (ahem) “miracle”. […]

Ride 'Em, Cowboy: Remembering Gemini XI, OTD in 1966 (Part 2)

As @NASA_SLS prepares to send humans beyond Earth orbit next year, AmericaSpace looks back at #GeminiXI which retains the record for the highest-flying non-lunar mission with a human crew. […]

'You Ready, Rookie?' Remembering Gemini V, OTD in 1965

55 years ago, #GeminiV launched astronauts Gordon Cooper & Pete Conrad on America’s longest manned spaceflight at that time. […]

Behnken, Cassidy Join "Pretty Exclusive Club", Both Log Tenth Spacewalks

@AstroBehnken & @Astro_SEAL joined an exclusive club of spacewalking supremos on Tuesday as they completed their 10th EVAs each. […]

Veteran Spacewalkers Tackle Final Space Station Battery Swaps

@AstroBehnken and @Astro_SEAL completed a six-hour battery replacement spacewalk with flying colors Thursday. […]

Behnken, Cassidy Ready for Final Battery Spacewalks, Get-Aheads

Two seasoned spacewalkers are primed & ready for to complete the last ISS battery swaps this week. […]

Spacewalkers Wrap Up Battery Work, Prepare for Future Upgrades

Today’s 6h 1m ISS EVA resembled “Route 66” for Expedition 63 astronauts Chris Cassidy and Bob Behnken. […]

Spacewalking Heavyweights Smoothly Complete S-6 Battery Swap

Expedition 63 Commander Chris Cassidy (right) and Flight Engineer Bob Behnken both completed their seventh career EVAs on Friday, 26 June. Photo Credit: NASA

Two of the United States’ most seasoned spacewalkers have completed the replacement of batteries in one of two power channels on the far-starboard S-6 truss segment on the International Space […]

NASA Outlines Upcoming Spacewalks; Crew Dragon Return NET Aug 2

Expedition 63 Commander Chris Cassidy (left) and Flight Engineer Bob Behnken work with Extravehicular Mobility Units (EMUs) in the Quest airlock. Photo Credit: NASA

Two U.S. astronauts will venture outside the International Space Station (ISS) on Friday to begin the homestretch in a three-year-plus sequence of spacewalks to remove outdated nickel-hydrogen batteries from the […]