Mark Carreau

Space Contributor, Aviation Week & Space Technology

Posts by Mark Carreau

in On Space Nov 23, 2014

U. S. Italian and Russian Astronauts Dock with International Space Station

"I know I have done nothing special to be the first Italian woman to fly to space," said European Space Agency astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti....More
in On Space Nov 14, 2014

Researchers Point to Supermassive Black Hole as Elusive Neutrino Source

"Figuring out where high energy neutrinos come from is one of the biggest problems in astrophysics today," said Yang Bai, University of Wisconsin at....More
in On Space Nov 09, 2014

U. S., European and Russian International Space Station Crew Members Land Safely in Northern Kazakhstan

"It's an honor for me to work with these guys." said ISS commander Maxim Suraev, as Expedition 41 drew to a close late Sunday....More
in On Space Oct 25, 2014

SpaceX's Fourth Dragon Mission Ends with Pacific Ocean Splashdown

"Keep those updates coming," European Space Agency astronaut Alexander Gerst urged NASA's Mission Control as the scheduled 3:39 p.m. Dragon spashdown....More
in On Space Oct 15, 2014

U.S. Spacewalkers Repair ISS Solar Power Channel, Start Reconfigurations

"I can see Cairo," reported spacewalking NASA astronaut Reid Wiseman. "I can't quite make out the pyramids."....More
in On Space Oct 07, 2014

U.S., European Astronauts Resume Scheduled Space Station Spacewalks

"You should see my view, right now," teased European Space Agency astronaut Alexander Gerst....More
in On Space Sep 25, 2014

Russian Soyuz Overcomes Solar Array Problem to Deliver Three to ISS

"We're monitoring the solar arrays, but the power seems to be fine." Mission Control Moscow informed Soyuz commander Alexander Samokytyaev, cosmonaut....More
in On Space Sep 23, 2014

Space Station Crew Captures Dragon Cargo Capsule

International Space Station astronaut Alexander Gerst, of the European Space Agency, captures SpaceX Dragon capsule....More
in On Space Sep 21, 2014

SpaceX Dragon Cargo Mission Lifts Off for the International Space Station Early Sunday

SpaceX Dragon expected to rendezvous with the International Space Station early Tuesday....More
in On Space Sep 20, 2014

Low Clouds, Rain Force NASA, SpaceX to Scrub Saturday Launch Attempt

Poor weather remains a factor as SpaceX prepared for a second launch attempt early Sunday....More

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