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Weekly Recap From the Expedition Lead Scientist
Last week aboard the International Space Station, crew members supported research in the fields of human health, plant science, physics and technology development.
Sensor to Monitor Orbital Debris Outside Space Station
Sensor to Monitor Orbital Debris Outside Space Station
NASA Policy Provides New Approach To Space Science And Technology Missions
A new NASA policy will give science and engineering communities a revised roadmap to allow more opportunities to conduct innovative science and technology from space.
NASA?s CATS Concludes Successful Mission on Space Station
NASA's Cloud-Aerosol Transport System (CATS) Earth science instrument has ended operations on the International Space Station's following a successful mission aboard the space station for 33 months.
NASA Extends Expandable Habitat's Time on the International Space Station
The Bigelow Expandable Activity Module, known as BEAM, will remain attached to the International Space Station to provide additional performance data on expandable habitat technologies.
Weekly Recap From the Expedition Lead Scientist
Astronauts had a side of science as they celebrated Thanksgiving
Four Decades and Counting: New NASA Instrument Continues Measuring Solar Energy Input to Earth
This December, NASA is launching an instrument to the International Space Station to continue a 40-year record of monitoring the Sun's energy to Earth.
NASA's TSIS-1 Keeps an Eye on Sun's Power Over Ozone
NASA's TSIS-1 will provide the most detailed measurements of sunlight ? a critical component for evaluating the long-term effects of ozone-destroying chemicals on Earth's upper atmosphere.
NASA to Send Critical Science, Instruments to Space Station
SpaceX is scheduled to launch its Dragon spacecraft into orbit for its 13th commercial resupply mission to the International Space Station no earlier than Dec. 6 for NASA.
Combustion Facility Celebrates Eight Years of Hot Science
After more than eight years of igniting hot science aboard the International Space Station, the Multi-user Droplet Combustion Apparatus (MDCA) was recently removed from its home on the orbiting laboratory as part of the Combustion Integration Rack (CIR).