Space News - Live and Recorded Video, Articles, etc

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  1. hmscott

    hmscott Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    Thanks for the referral, I've gotten that from you a while back, and have been subscribed since. :)

    That's a good idea, we should share some of our favorite channels for Space, some are technical, some are historic, some are fun, and some are all of the above:

    No, NASA Didn't Invent Tang - The Vintage Space Channel


    Proof We Landed on the Moon: It's In the Dust - The Vintage Space Channel
     
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    killkenny1 Too weird to live, too rare to die.

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    Oh nice, Nespoli is flying back to ISS.
     
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    How Earth Moves
     
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    Soyuz MS05 Docks! - Expedition 52/53 arrives at the International Space Station
     
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    I didn't even know this was happening. It's crazy to think that sending people into space is barely a news blip any more.
     
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    Becasue it's all fake, don't you get it?
    Earth is flat! Flat I tell ya!
     
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    Impossible. Cats would have pushed everything off a flat earth by now.
     
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    It's a regular thing now. That's why I created the thread, to remind us it's going on all the time, and there are outlets that cover it on a regular basis, even if the mainstream media don't cover it. :)
     
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    Vita: Launch, docking & hatch opening

    Published on Jul 31, 2017
    ESA astronaut Paolo Nespoli, NASA astronaut Randy Bresnik and Roscosmos commander Sergey Ryazansky launched to the International Space Station from Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan on 28 July 2017.
    They docked with the Station in the early hours of 29 July after a six-hour trip in their Soyuz MS-05 spacecraft. After orbiting Earth four times to catch up to the International Space Station, the car-sized spacecraft arrived at the Station six hours after launch.

    This video includes highlights of their prelaunch preparations, liftoff, docking and ingress into the Space Station

    Paolo's Vita mission is the tenth long-duration mission for an ESA astronaut and the third mission to the Station for Paolo Nespoli.

    Vita stands for Vitality, Innovation, Technology and Ability and was chosen by Italy’s ASI space agency, which is providing the mission through a barter agreement with NASA.

    In Italian, “vita” means “life”, reflecting the experiments that Paolo will run and the philosophical notion of living in outer space – one of the most inhospitable places for humans.

    Paolo’s extensive scientific programme includes experiments in biology, human physiology as well as space environment monitoring, materials science and technology demonstrations.

    When not performing science, Paolo will work with his colleagues to maintain the Space Station and keep the orbital outpost running smoothly for the crew of six.

    Follow Paolo and his mission via http://paolonespoli.esa.int and the mission blog for updates http://blogs.esa.int/vita
    Watch: Rocket carrying Europe’s oldest astronaut blasts-off into space
     
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