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May 25, 2012

Space Station Astronauts Prepare For Dragon's Arrival

The SpaceX Dragon capsule flies 240 meters below the International Space Station, as astronauts aboard the orbiting science lab test the freighter's....More
May 25, 2012

Dragon Begins Final Approach to the International Space Station

NASA astronaut Don Pettit, left, and European Space Agency astronaut Andre Kuipers train to capture Dragon with the station's robot arm.  Photo....More
May 24, 2012

Successful Dragon 'Fly Under' Sets Stage for Friday Berthing

Dragon appears as a faint dot just below the Earth's limb in this view from the International Space Station early Thursday. Image Credit: NASA TV....More
May 24, 2012

Dragon ISS 'Fly Under' Rendezvous and Berthing Rehearsal Underway

The SpaceX Dragon capsule has commenced Thursday's "fly under" of the International Space Station, an exercise of the relative GPS navigation and....More
May 22, 2012

SpaceX Dragon Lifts Off for ISS

The SpaceX Falcon9/Dragon spacecraft lifted off early Tuesday, initiating the first U. S. commercial re-supply mission to the International Space....More
May 21, 2012

Nice Work

SpaceX suffered a minor setback over the weekend, and the brash space-transportation startup came out of it smelling like a rose. The company's....More
May 17, 2012

Soyuz Crew Docks With International Space Station

Russia’s 30 mission Soyuz successfully docked with the International Space Station early Thursday, delivering a three man crew. The automated linkup....More
May 14, 2012

U. S., Russian, U. S. Soyuz Crew Set to Lift Off For International Space Station

Russia's 30 Soyuz mission spacecraft is poised to lift off late Monday for the International Space Station with NASA astronaut Joe Acaba and....More
May 07, 2012

SpaceX Aims For May 19 Lift Off of First U. S. Commercial Space Station Resupply Mission

SpaceX is looking to May 19, with May 22 as a backup, for the launch of the first U. S. commercial re-supply mission to the International Space....More
May 07, 2012

ESA to Launch Industry: Prove It

The European Space Agency (ESA) has given its industry partners until mid-May to propose creative acquisition strategies for developing and buying a....More
Apr 27, 2012

Kazakh dispute with Russia Delays MetOp-B Launch

A dispute between Russia and Kazakhstan over debris from Soyuz rocket lower stages has forced an indefinite postponement of the launch of Europe's....More
Apr 27, 2012

Soyuz De-Orbit Burn Complete, Three Man Crew Descending into Kazakhstan

Russia's 28 Soyuz mission spacecraft completed a 4 1/2 minute braking maneuver early Friday, initiating the capsule's descent into Central Asia with....More
Apr 27, 2012

ESA's Solar Orbiter Moves Ahead With De-scoped NASA Participation

NASA's funding woes continue to have an impact on the European Space Agency (ESA) as it presses ahead with plans to launch a next-generation solar....More
Apr 27, 2012

Three Man Space Station Soyuz Crew Touches Down Safely in Kazakhstan

Russia's 28 Soyuz mission spacecraft has touched down under parachute in remote Kazakhstan, bringing a safe conclusion to a 166-day flight to the....More
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