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
NASA has pronounced that on 2016, the spacecraft will blast off to an asteroid.
They will utilize a robotic arm to resolve samples that can better give details our formation of solar system and how life started.
The assignment, named Origins-Spectral Interpretation-Resource Identification-Security-Regolith Explorer, or OSIRIS-Rex, will be the first U.S. assignment to bring samples from an asteroid back to Earth.
Charlie Bolden, NASA Administrator said, “This is a critical step in meeting the objectives outlined by President Obama to extend our reach beyond low-Earth orbit and explore into deep space.”
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