The International Space Station will be making a series of night passes all over the US this Fourth of July.
The space station could be visible to anybody who knows where to locate it in the sky.
Right now, it is a home to Satoshi Furuwaka, Mike Fossum, Ron Garan, Alexander Samokutyaev, Sergei Volkov and Andrey Borisenko (Commander), all coming from different countries like Japan, Russia and the United States.
NASA proclaimed that they will launch its ultimate historic flight for the space shuttle program on July 8. There are four astronauts who . . . → Read More: NASA Launches the International Space Station on Fourth of July
Two latest space-related postage tramples come out nowadays.
The U.S. Postal Service will offer latest Forever tramples treating the Mercury Project and the Messenger mission at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex on the eve of the 50th anniversary of the first U.S. operated spaceflight.
Astronaut Alan Shepard impoverished into the Freedom 7 spaceship at Cape Canaveral for a 15-minute trip on May 5, 1961. It was a significant first for the United States, which encouraged Washington’s winning push to land a U.S. astronaut on the moon by the ending of the decade.
The Mercury project trample features a figure . . . → Read More: Mercury Astronaut Shepard Gets Salutation from New Stamps