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Sep 24, 2020 Johnson Space Center External Communications
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Training and previous mission footage of Expedition 64 Flight Engineer Kate Rubins of NASA. Along with her International Space Station Expedition 64 crewmates Sergey Ryzhikov and Sergey Kud-Sverchkov, Rubins is scheduled to launch on Oct. 14 from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan in the Soyuz MS-17 spacecraft for her second mission on the International Space Station.  
Topics: Kate Rubin, Expedition 64, Soyuz MS-17, NASA, Astronaut
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Jul 14, 2020 Johnson Space Center
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Interview with Astronaut Mike Fincke
Topics: CCP Resource Reel, ISS, NASA, CCP, space
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VICE PRESIDENT PENCE VISITS THE JOHNSON SPACE CENTER TO DISCUSS FUTURE EXPLORATION   Vice President Mike Pence visited NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston on Aug. 23, 2018, to discuss the future of space exploration and other elements of human spaceflight. During his trip to the Johnson Space Center, the Vice President also toured the laboratory housing the moon rocks retrieved during the Apollo program’s lunar missions and extraterrestrial samples from other uncrewed sample return...
Topics: NASA, Vice President Pence, Johnson Space Center, JSC
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Aug 15, 2018 Johnson Space Center
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A selection of imagery gathered during early training by astronauts assigned to fly the first crewed missions of the Boeing Starliner and SpaceX Crew Dragon spaceships.
Topics: NASA, Crew Training Resource Reel, CCP Resource Reel
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Aug 3, 2018 Johnson Space Center Public Affairs Office
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A selection of imagery gathered during early training by astronauts assigned to fly the first crewed missions of the Boeing Starliner and SpaceX Crew Dragon spaceships.
Topics: Crew Training Resource Reel, CCP Resource Reel
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Mar 8, 2018
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NASA’s Johnson Space Center is the center of activity leading the design and build up for a critical safety test of America’s new exploration spacecraft.  An Orion crew module was delivered to Houston last week for assembly and outfitting for the April 2019 Ascent Abort-2 test, to demonstrate the ability of the spacecraft’s Launch Abort System to pull the crew module to safety if an emergency ever arises during ascent to space.  Doing this work at JSC is part of a lean approach to...
Topic: NASA
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NASA is pressing full steam ahead toward sending humans farther than ever before. Take a look at the work being done by teams across the nation for NASA’s Deep Space Exploration System, including the Space Launch System, Orion, and Exploration Ground Systems programs, as they continue to propel human spaceflight into the next generation. Highlights from the fourth quarter of 2017 included Orion parachute drop tests at the Yuma Proving Ground in Arizona; the EM-1 Crew Module move from...
Topics: NASA, DSES
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Feb 1, 2018
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Taking a look at something from a different perspective can make all the difference—especially if your second angle is from 250 miles straight up!  NASA astronaut Randy Bresnik took it to extremes during his mission to the International Space Station in 2017, shooting photographs of spots on Earth and matching them up with pictures he’d taken of the same locations when he’d visited them previously.  Enjoy this sample of photo pairs, and check out the rest at #OneWorldManyViews ...
Topic: NASA
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Dec 22, 2017
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The astronauts and cosmonauts on the International Space Station take pictures of Earth out their windows nearly every day, and over a year that adds up to thousands of photos. The people at the Earth Science and Remote Sensing Unit at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston had the enviable job of going through this year’s crop to pick their top 17 photos of Earth for 2017—here’s what they chose!   Gateway to Astronaut Photography of Earth: https://eol.jsc.nasa.gov/
Topic: NASA
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Dec 19, 2017
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2017 Johnson Space Center year in review.
Topics: nasa, johnson space center
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Dec 5, 2017
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Making Fiber Optics in Space   To demonstrate potential scientific and commercial merits of manufacturing exotic optical fibers in space, a private company is working with NASA on an investigation  headed to the International Space Station on the next Dragon cargo ship.  Matthew Napoli, vice president of In-Space Operations for Made In Space, explains how the Optical Fiber Production in Microgravity investigation could lead to the production of materials with better properties, setting the...
Topic: NASA
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The mission of the Bigelow Expandable Activity Module (BEAM) on the International Space Station has been, well, expanded.  After more than a year and a half on orbit providing performance data on expandable habitat technologies, NASA and Bigelow Aerospace have reached agreement to extend the life of the privately-owned module.  For a minimum of three more years, BEAM will be a more operational element of the station used in crew activities and on board storage, allowing time to gather more...
Topic: NASA
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Sep 7, 2017
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Updated caption for today: External cameras on the International Space Station captured views during an overhead pass of Hurricane Irma on Sept. 7, the third pass this week. The Category 5 storm with sustained winds of 180 mph has brought devastating wind and rains to several islands in the Caribbean, with a hurricane watch in effect for much of Cuba and the potential to begin impacting the Florida peninsula by week’s end. Note: The second view appears in black and white due to an issue with...
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Topic: NASA, Expedition 53 Resource Reel
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Sep 6, 2017
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Even though it’s zooming along at five miles a second, the International Space Station provides a great vantage point for photography of the Earth from 250 miles overhead.  In this SpeedyTime segment recorded just before his return to Earth, Expedition 52 flight engineer Jack Fischer shows off some of the station’s “picture windows” and introduces the crew of Expedition 53 who talk about their reasons for spending time with their cameras pointed toward home....
Topic: NASA
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Sep 6, 2017
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The International Space Station’s external cameras captured another dramatic view of Hurricane Irma as it made landfall in the Caribbean Sept. 6. The powerful Category 5 storm with sustained winds of 185 mph made landfall on several islands while continuing on a westward track. Irma is expected to bring severe wind and rain to several islands in the Caribbean over the next several days with the potential to impact the Florida peninsula by week’s end.
Topics: NASA, Expedition 53 Resource Reel, IRMA
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Cutting-edge science is on the daily menu on board the International Space Station, but where do the astronauts store their lab results before they’re shipped back to Earth?  In one of a dozen large freezers, of course: in this SpeedyTime segment, Expedition 52 flight engineer Jack Fischer shines a light on the MELFI, Minus Eighty Degrees Laboratory Freezer for ISS. _______________________________________ FOLLOW THE SPACE STATION!   Twitter:  https://twitter.com/Space_Station Facebook: ...
Topic: NASA
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Aug 21, 2017
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Astronauts experience structural changes to their heart during long-duration spaceflight, but the biological basis of that is not clearly understood. Jonathon Baio, a doctoral student at Loma Linda University’s School of Medicine, details an investigation of cardiovascular stem cells that hopes to better understand their role in cardiac biology and tissue regeneration, which could advance ways to maintain cardiac health of astronauts during extended missions as well inform future treatments...
Topic: NASA
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Aug 17, 2017
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Two Truths and a Lie   Just after NASA announced a new class of astronaut candidates, we got them all together to play “Two Truths and a Lie” in front of a few cameras so we could all get to know them.  Can Woody Hoburg really do a standing front flip?  Did Jessica Watkins win an Olympic Medal?  Does Loral O’Hara really eat tacos half the days of the week?  The answers to these questions and more are right here.   Learn more about each astronaut candidate at ...
Topic: Astronaut Candidate Resource Reel
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Aug 17, 2017
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More internal space than a six-bedroom house, on a vehicle that would cover a football field: how long to take the tour?  In this week’s “SpeedyTime” feature, Expedition 52 flight engineer Jack Fischer flies us through his home in space, from bow to stern, in just 3:18—please prepare for take-off.
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Topic: NASA
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Aug 10, 2017
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The International Space Station is a one-of-a-kind spot for scientists who want to do experiments where there’s no gravity, to find out how other natural forces function without gravity’s influence.  In this “SpeedyTime” segment, Expedition 52 flight engineer Jack Fischer uses a few simple tools to demonstrate what happens to water in space when there’s no pull of gravity. _______________________________________ FOLLOW THE SPACE STATION!   Twitter: https://twitter.com/Space_Station...
Topic: NASA
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Aug 10, 2017
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Discover internship opportunities at the NASA Johnson Space Center! This video shows some of the places interns work and some of the projects they contribute to. Interns work to make their mark and enjoy the entirety of the internship experience which includes touring laboratories and facilities, hearing lectures from astronauts and NASA’s leaders, participating in professional and social committees (like Video Committee) in spare time, and much more.   Start your journey!   For more on...
Topic: nasa
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Aug 3, 2017
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SpeedyTime 4 – Microgravity Science Glovebox   Doing groundbreaking science can mean working with dangerous materials; how do the astronauts on the International Space Station protect themselves and their ship in those cases?  They use the Microgravity Science Glovebox: in this “SpeedyTime” segment Expedition 52 flight engineer Peggy Whitson pulls a rack out of the wall of the Destiny Laboratory to show us how astronauts access a sealed environment for science and technology experiments...
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Aug 3, 2017
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SpeedyTime 4 – Microgravity Science Glovebox Doing groundbreaking science can mean working with dangerous materials; how do the astronauts on the International Space Station protect themselves and their ship in those cases?  They use the Microgravity Science Glovebox: in this “SpeedyTime” segment Expedition 52 flight engineer Peggy Whitson pulls a rack out of the wall of the Destiny Laboratory to show us how astronauts access a sealed environment for science and technology experiments...
Topic: NASA
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Jul 31, 2017
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When you live in a place where your heart doesn’t even have to work against the pull of gravity, you need help with exercise: the astronauts on the International Space Station have a suite of exercise equipment at their disposal, including a treadmill.  In this “SpeedyTime” segment Expedition 52 flight engineer Jack Fischer runs through the workout they get on the Combined Operational Load Bearing External Resistance Treadmill (COLBERT) in the station’s Tranquility module....
Topic: NASA
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Jul 25, 2017
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Looking at Vision Loss More than half of American astronauts experience some vision changes and anatomical alterations to their eyes during and after long-duration space flight. Stuart Lee, lead scientist for the Cardiovascular and Vision Laboratory at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston, explains the current on orbit investigations of Vision Impairment Syndrome, in which scientists are studying changes in the eye’s structure and function. The results of these studies may improve our...
Topic: NASA
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Jul 21, 2017
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Ever wonder what the spacewalker sees while you’re looking at him or her?  Here’s your answer, courtesy of NASA astronaut Jack Fischer.  This Ultra High Definition clip shows Fischer outside the International Space Station during a spacewalk on Expedition 51 in May 2017, and the view from a small camera attached to his spacesuit at the same time.    Music by Joakim Karud.   _______________________________________ FOLLOW THE SPACE STATION!   Twitter:  https://twitter.com/Space_Station...
Topic: NASA
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Astronauts on the International Space Station have to exercise for two hours every day, but they can show off the hardware in a lot less time than that.  In this “SpeedyTime” segment Expedition 52 flight engineer Peggy Whitson gives us a rapid-fire display of exercises that can be done with just one piece of equipment, the Advanced Resistive Exercise Device in the Tranquility module. _______________________________________ FOLLOW THE SPACE STATION!   Twitter: ...
Topic: NASA
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Jul 19, 2017
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Human space exploration missions quickly revealed that microgravity, or weightlessness, had profound and unique effects on physical and biological phenomena. Understanding these effects is critical for human exploration and pioneering space—but the study of these effects also advances knowledge on Earth. The International Space Station U.S. National Laboratory is a permanently crewed research facility, observatory, and engineering testbed that can provide powerful insights into fundamental...
Topic: NASA
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A NASA and Department of Defense team evaluated the techniques that will be used to make sure astronauts can exit Orion in a variety of scenarios upon splashdown after deep space missions, using the waters off the coast of Galveston, Texas, to test their procedures  the week of July 10.  During the testing, the team used a mockup of the spacecraft to examine how crew will get out of Orion with assistance and alone, should splashdown conditions ever require it. Astronauts and engineering test...
Topics: NASA, ORION
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Jul 13, 2017
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No one knows the International Space Station better than the people who live and work there—and now they’re sharing that knowledge in bite-sized chunks.  In the first of a series of short videos called “SpeedyTime,” Expedition 52 flight engineer Jack Fischer gives us a quick-but-thorough tour of payload activities inside and outside the airlock in the station’s Japanese laboratory module, Kibo. _______________________________________ FOLLOW THE SPACE STATION!   Twitter:...
Topic: NASA
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Jul 11, 2017
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Commercial businesses and scientific researchers have a new capability to capture digital imagery of Earth, thanks to MUSES: the Multiple User System for Earth Sensing facility.  This platform on the outside of the International Space Station is capable of holding four different payloads, ranging from high-resolution digital cameras to hyperspectral imagers, which will support Earth science observations in agricultural awareness, air quality, disaster response, fire detection, and many other...
Topic: NASA
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Jun 27, 2017
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Following a week of successful science operations  on the experiment for the  Roll-Out Solar Array (ROSA) ,  attempts to retract the array were unsuccessful. The ISS Mission Management Team met Monday morning and made the decision to jettison ROSA directly from its current location at the end of the space station’s robotic arm, where it was fully deployed in a normal configuration.  The original plan called for ROSA to be stored back inside the trunk of SpaceX’s Dragon which is detached...
Topic: NASA
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Jun 26, 2017
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NASA didn’t miss a (heart)beat when the opportunity arose to study the cardiovascular systems of identical twin astronauts, one aboard the International Space Station and the other on Earth. Results from the Cardio Ox investigation, part of the research of the One Year Mission of astronaut Scott Kelly, may provide a better understanding of cardiovascular disease risk that astronauts encounter during and after long-duration spaceflight. Stuart Lee, the lead scientist for the Cardiovascular and...
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Jun 20, 2017
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The Roll-Out Solar Array (ROSA) was deployed from the end of the Canadarm2 robotic arm Sunday, June 18 outside the International Space Station. ROSA is an experiment to test a new type of solar array that rolls open in space like a party favor and is more compact than current rigid panel designs. The ROSA investigation tests deployment and retraction, characterizes changes when the Earth blocks the sun, vibration and other physical challenges to determine the array’s strength and durability....
Topics: NASA, ROSA
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Jun 15, 2017
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NASA’s Johnson Space Center is about to achieve another milestone: completion of the first 45-day-long spaceflight analog of four crew members in a habitat on the ground.  The Flight Analogs Project of NASA’s Human Research Program simulates the confinement and isolation of a ship in space to study the crew members and learn what it will take to support crews on extremely long missions, such as those to Mars and other destinations out into the solar system.  Take a look inside the habitat...
Topic: NASA
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Jun 2, 2017
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Josh Cassada made a bet with his wife when he applied to become a NASA astronaut—find out about the wager, what he’s doing to get himself ready for his first trip to space, and the questions he gets asked most often by kids, in this video from the International Space Station’s Program Science Office.   For more on ISS science, visit us online: https://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/station/research/index.html www.twitter.com/iss_research
Topic: NASA
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May 25, 2017
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Though we know neutron stars are small and extremely dense, there are still many  aspects of these remnants of explosive deaths of other stars that we have yet to  understand. NICER, a facility to be mounted on the outside of the International  Space Station, seeks to find the answers to some of the questions still being  asked about neutron stars. By capturing the arrival time and energy of the x-ray  photons produced by pulsars emitted by neutron stars, NICER seeks answer decades- old...
Topic: NASA
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May 25, 2017
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Though we know neutron stars are small and extremely dense, there are still  many aspects of these remnants of explosive deaths of other stars that we  have yet to understand. NICER, a facility to be mounted on the outside of the  International Space Station, seeks to find the answers to some of the  questions still being asked about neutron stars. By capturing the arrival  time and energy of the x-ray photons produced by pulsars emitted by neutron  stars, NICER seeks answer decades-old...
Topic: NASA
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May 25, 2017
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Scientists study how astronauts are affected by microgravity, but with a relatively small number of human subjects available to them, they often turn to model organisms for research. Model organisms are living organisms that have a genetic makeup that is relatively well-documented and understood, and is similar to human systems.   Fruit flies are reliable model organisms because their systems closely resemble that of larger organisms. They have the benefit of being small in size, well...
Topic: NASA
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Space Station Science Made Easy   How would you organize and categorize the more than 1,700 scientific  investigations that have been conducted on the International Space Station so  far?   The scientists think their work falls among several broad categories,  like Earth and space science, biology, human physiology, physical sciences,  and more, which bring benefits to Earth and prepare us for our journey to  Mars and beyond.  But NASA astronaut Rick Mastracchio, a veteran of four ...
Topic: NASA
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Apr 27, 2017
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Anna Fisher, American Astronaut   NASA introduced its first class of space shuttle astronauts in January of 1978; the last of those 35 astronauts leaves the agency today.  Dr. Anna Fisher, who earned a historic note as the first mother to fly in space in 1984, is retiring from NASA after a career that stretched from the beginnings of the space shuttle program through International Space Station and into the design of the Orion spacecraft.  She talks about some of the highlights of those...
Topic: NASA
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Apr 27, 2017
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NASA introduced its first class of space shuttle astronauts in January of 1978; the last of those 35 astronauts leaves the agency today.  Dr. Anna Fisher, who earned a historic note as the first mother to fly in space in 1984, is retiring from NASA after a career that stretched from the beginnings of the space shuttle program through International Space Station and into the design of the Orion spacecraft.  She talks about some of the highlights of those years, and her hopes for the future of...
Topic: NASA