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by @bryanfoat

Earth is flat, vaccines cause autism and Kanye is a genius. Not,not,not.
#iss #NASA #space #milkyway #wow

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by @mr_m_rules

👽’s ? Not a chance! #spacex #internationalspacestation #nasa


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by @danielfolima

#Rensta #Repost: @nasa via @renstapp ···
“ Behold.... the Moon!
We continue to make steady progress toward the first missions of the Orion spacecraft and the Space Launch System (SLS) rocket that will lead the next steps of human exploration to the Moon and beyond, extending human exploration farther into space than ever before. Exploration Mission-1 will be the first integrated test of Orion, SLS, and the supporting ground systems (@ExploreNASA)launching from Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida in 2020, and will pave the road for future missions with astronauts.
Seen here is the Moon in June 2018, captured by an astronaut on the International Space Station (@ISS) looking through Earth's atmosphere from the orbiting outpost.

Image credits: NASA
#nasa #picoftheday #moon #space #earth #internationalspacestation #spacestation #iss #sls #spacelaunchsystem #orion #nasaorion #lunar


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by @worldhappyday

There it goes! Thirteen photographs assembled in sequence show the International Space Station (@ISS), with a crew of three onboard, pass in front of our view of the Sun while orbiting Earth at a speed of roughly five miles per second on Sunday, Oct. 7, 2018.

Each day, the station completes 16 orbits of our home planet as the crew lives and works aboard the station conducting important science and research. Their work will not only benefit life here on Earth, but will help us venture deeper into space than ever before.

Credit: NASA/Joel Kowsky
#nasa #space #spacestation #views #sun #solar #solartransit #orange #orbit #spacecraft #internationalspacestation #picoftheday #pictureoftheday
by @nasa 💯✌🏾😎


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by @bobby_viorel

#Repost @nasa (@get_repost)
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A Celestial View from Orbit! Astronaut Nick Hague is safe and sound and back in Houston after last week’s mission to the International Space Station (@ISS) was aborted during ascent. Meanwhile, the three orbiting crew members continue ongoing research, maintenance and cargo packing.

Back in space, astronauts Serena Auñón-Chancellor and Alexander Gerst (@astro_alex_esa) worked on a variety of life support and science experiments. Cosmonaut Sergey Prokopyev worked throughout Monday on life support maintenance in the station’s Russian segment.
Seen here, the station was orbiting about 256 miles above South Australia when a camera on board the orbital complex captured this celestial view of Earth’s atmospheric glow and the Milky Way.

Image credit: NASA
#nasa #space #earth #orbit #spacestation #internationalspacestation #home #picoftheday #views #astronaut #planet #beautiful #orbit #humans #humanity #milkyway #stars #sky


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by @engineergirls

Outside the Columbus laboratory. Read previous post for more info👩‍🔬👨‍🔬💫🛰️ Afuera del Laboratorio Columbus. Leer publicación anterior para más información. 🚀 .
Via: @spacelittlegirl
Folow: @engineergirls .
#engineergirls #engineering #engineer #engineers #engineergirl #tech #science #student #инженер #ilooklikeanengineer
#aerospaceengineer #columbusmodule #esa #europeanspaceagency #nasa #internationalspacestation #bethatengineer #rocketgirls


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by @human_spaceflight

The main landing gear of the Space Shuttle Endeavour touches down at Edwards Air Force Base to complete the 11-day STS-59/SRL-1 mission. Landing occurred at 9:54 a.m. (PDT), April 20, 1994. Mission duration was 11 days, 5 hours, 49 minutes. Guiding Endeavour to a landing was astronaut Sidney M. Gutierrez, STS-59 commander. His crew was Kevin P. Chilton, Linda M. Godwin, Jerome (Jay) Apt, Michael R. (Rich) Clifford and Thomas D. Jones.⠀
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#nasa #endeavour #sts59 #esa #astronaut #space #spaceflight #spacewalk #spacemedicine #apollo #shuttle #microgravity #iss #internationalspacestation #orbit #spaceship #astronomy #spacex #dragon #bfr #mars #spacetravel #nature #future

Edwards Air Force Base
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by @zeeshan906

If u live in #lucknow watch The International Space Station today ..... To subscribe the e-mail or sms updates to spot the international space station when it pass over you . Check : https://spotthestation.nasa.gov/home.cfm

#space #internationalspacestation #stars #lucknow #india


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by @stromaestro

#Repost @nasa ・・・
Behold.... the Moon!
We continue to make steady progress toward the first missions of the Orion spacecraft and the Space Launch System (SLS) rocket that will lead the next steps of human exploration to the Moon and beyond, extending human exploration farther into space than ever before. Exploration Mission-1 will be the first integrated test of Orion, SLS, and the supporting ground systems (@ExploreNASA)launching from Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida in 2020, and will pave the road for future missions with astronauts.
Seen here is the Moon in June 2018, captured by an astronaut on the International Space Station (@ISS) looking through Earth's atmosphere from the orbiting outpost.

Image credits: NASA
#nasa #picoftheday #moon #space #earth #internationalspacestation #spacestation #iss #sls #spacelaunchsystem #orion #nasaorion #lunar


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by @lisalove0510

Super cool!!
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@Regran_ed from @nasa - A Celestial View from Orbit! Astronaut Nick Hague is safe and sound and back in Houston after last week’s mission to the International Space Station (@ISS) was aborted during ascent. Meanwhile, the three orbiting crew members continue ongoing research, maintenance and cargo packing.

Back in space, astronauts Serena Auñón-Chancellor and Alexander Gerst (@astro_alex_esa) worked on a variety of life support and science experiments. Cosmonaut Sergey Prokopyev worked throughout Monday on life support maintenance in the station’s Russian segment.
Seen here, the station was orbiting about 256 miles above South Australia when a camera on board the orbital complex captured this celestial view of Earth’s atmospheric glow and the Milky Way.

Image credit: NASA
#nasa #space #earth #orbit #spacestation #internationalspacestation #home #picoftheday #views #astronaut #planet #beautiful #orbit #humans #humanity #milkyway #stars #sky - #regrann


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by @seraphbuchanan

@Regran_ed from @nasa - A Celestial View from Orbit! Astronaut Nick Hague is safe and sound and back in Houston after last week’s mission to the International Space Station (@ISS) was aborted during ascent. Meanwhile, the three orbiting crew members continue ongoing research, maintenance and cargo packing.

Back in space, astronauts Serena Auñón-Chancellor and Alexander Gerst (@astro_alex_esa) worked on a variety of life support and science experiments. Cosmonaut Sergey Prokopyev worked throughout Monday on life support maintenance in the station’s Russian segment.
Seen here, the station was orbiting about 256 miles above South Australia when a camera on board the orbital complex captured this celestial view of Earth’s atmospheric glow and the Milky Way.

Image credit: NASA
#nasa #space #earth #orbit #spacestation #internationalspacestation #home #picoftheday #views #astronaut #planet #beautiful #orbit #humans #humanity #milkyway #stars #sky - #regrann


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by @projetokscia_annacarolina

#Repost @nasa (@get_repost)
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Uma visão celestial da órbita! O astronauta Nick Hague está sã e salva em Houston depois que a missão da semana passada na Estação Espacial Internacional (@ISS) foi abortada durante a subida. Enquanto isso, os três tripulantes em órbita continuam a pesquisa, manutenção e empacotamento de carga.

De volta ao espaço, dois astronautas engenheiro de vôo Serena Auñon-chanceler e comandante Alexander Gerst e trabalhou em uma variedade de suporte à vida e experimentos científicos. O cosmonauta Sergey Prokopyev trabalhou durante toda a segunda-feira em manutenção de suporte de vida no segmento russo da estação.
Visto aqui, a estação estava orbitando cerca de 256 milhas acima do sul da Austrália, quando uma câmera a bordo do complexo orbital capturou essa visão celestial do brilho atmosférico da Terra e da Via Láctea.

Image credit: NASA
#nasa #space #earth #orbit #spacestation #internationalspacestation #home #picoftheday #views #astronaut #planet #beautiful #orbit #humans #humanity #milkyway #stars #sky
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by @ivangoersch

PQP ESSA FOTO😱😍#Repost @nasa
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A Celestial View from Orbit! Astronaut Nick Hague is safe and sound and back in Houston after last week’s mission to the International Space Station (@ISS) was aborted during ascent. Meanwhile, the three orbiting crew members continue ongoing research, maintenance and cargo packing.

Back in space, two astronauts Flight Engineer Serena Auñón-Chancellor and Commander Alexander Gerst and worked on a variety of life support and science experiments. Cosmonaut Sergey Prokopyev worked throughout Monday on life support maintenance in the station’s Russian segment.
Seen here, the station was orbiting about 256 miles above South Australia when a camera on board the orbital complex captured this celestial view of Earth’s atmospheric glow and the Milky Way.

Image credit: NASA
#nasa #space #earth #orbit #spacestation #internationalspacestation #home #picoftheday #views #astronaut #planet #beautiful #orbit #humans #humanity #milkyway #stars #sky

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by @nickman86

Neil Armstrong: We need to fail. We need to fail down here so we don’t fail up there.
Gene Kranz: At what cost?
Neil Armstrong: Well, it’s a little bit late for that question, isn’t it, sir?
-Quote from @FirstManMovie

Thursday October 11, 2018 - ISS and Mars, minus one Soyuz

I hesitated for a few days to even bother posting this but the weather forced my hand and I feel it was a significant moment to capture/share. October 11 marked several key events: -The 50th anniversary of the launch of Apollo 7, the first manned Apollo mission (born from the Apollo 1 tragedy)
-The opening night of "First Man" celebrating Neil Armstrong, the first human to reach the lunar surface
-Early in the morning a Russian Soyuz rocket on it's way to the ISS failed for the first time since 1983 which threatened the possibility of the ISS being uninhabited for the first time since 2000.
I consider this photo to represent firsts as well. The ISS is the largest structure humans have put into space, a first. It also shows the first planet we as a race will set foot on besides our own.

There were going to be 3 nights of visible passes from the 11-13th but unfavorable weather forecast all nights. I went out on the 11th in a hurry and made several critical mistakes, namely leaving the shutter timer on the wrong setting and not having enough time to make it to a dark location. The gap in the streak shows this. During this the camera was shaking from me touching it since I couldn't use my remote and caused some obvious shaking in the stars. This left me with only two 30s exposure that I had to stitch together. After the following two nights were cloudy, I decided to make this one look as good as I could. Next time I will be more prepared.

The International Space Station made a pass over Kentucky (visible from Cincinnati), exiting the Earth's shadow from 8:09-8:14 pm. This composite is 60-seconds of the pass, traveling right to left, as it passed over Mars (center)

Sign up for #SpotTheStation notifications here: https://spotthestation.nasa.gov/

Details: 
ISO250, 2x 30-seconds, f7.1 with a Nikon d7000 18mm #Nikon #ISS #InternationalSpaceStation #LongExposure #NASA #photography #sky

Hamilton County, Ohio
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by @spaceblog_net

A Celestial View from Orbit! Astronaut Nick Hague is safe and sound and back in Houston after last week’s mission to the International Space Station (@ISS) was aborted during ascent. Meanwhile, the three orbiting crew members continue ongoing research, maintenance and cargo packing.

Back in space, astronauts Serena Auñón-Chancellor and Alexander Gerst (@astro_alex_esa) worked on a variety of life support and science experiments. Cosmonaut Sergey Prokopyev worked throughout Monday on life support maintenance in the station’s Russian segment.
Seen here, the station was orbiting about 256 miles above South Australia when a camera on board the orbital complex captured this celestial view of Earth’s atmospheric glow and the Milky Way.

Image credit: NASA
#nasa #space #earth #orbit #spacestation #internationalspacestation #home #picoftheday #views #astronaut #planet #beautiful #orbit #humans #humanity #milkyway #stars #sky #space #picture #spacetime #photo


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by @marketsharei

#Repost @nasa
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Behold.... the Moon!
We continue to make steady progress toward the first missions of the Orion spacecraft and the Space Launch System (SLS) rocket that will lead the next steps of human exploration to the Moon and beyond, extending human exploration farther into space than ever before. Exploration Mission-1 will be the first integrated test of Orion, SLS, and the supporting ground systems (@ExploreNASA)launching from Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida in 2020, and will pave the road for future missions with astronauts.
Seen here is the Moon in June 2018, captured by an astronaut on the International Space Station (@ISS) looking through Earth's atmosphere from the orbiting outpost.

Image credits: NASA
#nasa #picoftheday #moon #space #earth #internationalspacestation #spacestation #iss #sls #spacelaunchsystem #orion #nasaorion #lunar


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by @marketsharei

#Repost @nasa
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A Celestial View from Orbit! Astronaut Nick Hague is safe and sound and back in Houston after last week’s mission to the International Space Station (@ISS) was aborted during ascent. Meanwhile, the three orbiting crew members continue ongoing research, maintenance and cargo packing.

Back in space, two astronauts Flight Engineer Serena Auñón-Chancellor and Commander Alexander Gerst and worked on a variety of life support and science experiments. Cosmonaut Sergey Prokopyev worked throughout Monday on life support maintenance in the station’s Russian segment.
Seen here, the station was orbiting about 256 miles above South Australia when a camera on board the orbital complex captured this celestial view of Earth’s atmospheric glow and the Milky Way.

Image credit: NASA
#nasa #space #earth #orbit #spacestation #internationalspacestation #home #picoftheday #views #astronaut #planet #beautiful #orbit #humans #humanity #milkyway #stars #sky


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by @chrislionking

#Repost @nasa (@get_repost)
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A Celestial View from Orbit! Astronaut Nick Hague is safe and sound and back in Houston after last week’s mission to the International Space Station (@ISS) was aborted during ascent. Meanwhile, the three orbiting crew members continue ongoing research, maintenance and cargo packing.

Back in space, two astronauts Flight Engineer Serena Auñón-Chancellor and Commander Alexander Gerst and worked on a variety of life support and science experiments. Cosmonaut Sergey Prokopyev worked throughout Monday on life support maintenance in the station’s Russian segment.
Seen here, the station was orbiting about 256 miles above South Australia when a camera on board the orbital complex captured this celestial view of Earth’s atmospheric glow and the Milky Way.

Image credit: NASA
#nasa #space #earth #orbit #spacestation #internationalspacestation #home #picoftheday #views #astronaut #planet #beautiful #orbit #humans #humanity #milkyway #stars #sky


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by @nasa

A Celestial View from Orbit! Astronaut Nick Hague is safe and sound and back in Houston after last week’s mission to the International Space Station (@ISS) was aborted during ascent. Meanwhile, the three orbiting crew members continue ongoing research, maintenance and cargo packing.

Back in space, astronauts Serena Auñón-Chancellor and Alexander Gerst (@astro_alex_esa) worked on a variety of life support and science experiments. Cosmonaut Sergey Prokopyev worked throughout Monday on life support maintenance in the station’s Russian segment.
Seen here, the station was orbiting about 256 miles above South Australia when a camera on board the orbital complex captured this celestial view of Earth’s atmospheric glow and the Milky Way.

Image credit: NASA
#nasa #space #earth #orbit #spacestation #internationalspacestation #home #picoftheday #views #astronaut #planet #beautiful #orbit #humans #humanity #milkyway #stars #sky


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by @planetgoodtimes

Behold.... the Moon!
We continue to make steady progress toward the first missions of the Orion spacecraft and the Space Launch System (SLS) rocket that will lead the next steps of human exploration to the Moon and beyond, extending human exploration farther into space than ever before. Exploration Mission-1 will be the first integrated test of Orion, SLS, and the supporting ground systems (@ExploreNASA)launching from Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida in 2020, and will pave the road for future missions with astronauts.
Seen here is the Moon in June 2018, captured by an astronaut on the International Space Station (@ISS) looking through Earth's atmosphere from the orbiting outpost.

Image credits: NASA
#nasa #picoftheday #moon #space #earth #internationalspacestation #spacestation #iss #sls #spacelaunchsystem #orion #nasaorion #lunar ( #📷 @nasa )


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by @phil.t.eames

Thanks to @r.s75 for helping out with enlarging and sectioning the space station window plan seeing I have no idea how to do it myself 😂 Now to get it printed, laid out in position ready to use as a template for part 2 of RISS (Riley's international space station). All Riley's plans coming together so far!
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#decorating #designideas #spacestation #nasa #esa #europeanspaceagency #enlarged #posterstyle #stencil #stencilprep #spacetheme #madideas #autism #autismawarness #aspergers #aspergersawareness #spacetheme #internationalspacestation #iss


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by @thoumaestro

What if your mind was as open as the vastness of the Trillion of galaxies in #space? Imagine the possibilities. Hence I say, Fuck the conservatives! Repost from @iss
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The International Space Station was orbiting about 256 miles above South Australia when a camera on board the orbital complex captured this celestial view of Earth's atmospheric glow and the Milky Way.
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by @ccharitiesdosp

#Mondaymood - International Space Station (ISS) observed from Pasco County on Sunday, October 14, 2018: HINT: it's the small, bright star-like dot moving from left to right. To learn when and where you can see the ISS from your location, go to: spotthestation.nasa.gov.
Proud of the #achievements of #mankind in reaching to the #heavens, but feeling small at the same time in this BIG #Universe!
#InternationalSpaceStation #ISS #Satellite #Sky #Star #theHeavens#MondayMood #Space #Orbit #OrbittheEarth #OrbitingtheEarth#Universe #BigUniverse


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by @ccharitiesdosp

#Mondaymood - International Space Station (ISS) observed from Pasco County on Sunday, October 14, 2018: HINT: it's the small, bright star-like dot moving from left to right. To learn when and where you can see the ISS from your location, go to: spotthestation.nasa.gov.
Proud of the #achievements of #mankind in reaching to the #heavens, but feeling small at the same time in this BIG #Universe!
#InternationalSpaceStation #ISS #Satellite #Sky #Star #theHeavens#MondayMood #Space #Orbit #OrbittheEarth #OrbitingtheEarth#Universe #BigUniverse


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by @sci_media

The Moon
Continue to make steady progress toward the first missions of the Orion spacecraft and the Space Launch System (SLS) rocket that will lead the next steps of human exploration to the Moon and beyond, extending human exploration farther into space than ever before. Exploration Mission-1 will be the first integrated test of Orion, SLS, and the supporting ground systems launching from Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida in 2020, and will pave the road for future missions with astronauts.
Seen here is the Moon in June 2018, captured by an astronaut on the International Space Station looking through Earth's atmosphere from the orbiting outpost.
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Image credits: NASA
#nasa #picoftheday #moon #space #earth #internationalspacestation #spacestation #iss #sls #spacelaunchsystem #orion #nasaorion #lunar


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by @antony_espo

La Nostra ISS offre sempre spettacoli interessanti, sopratutto perché non capita tutti i giorni di poter osservare il cielo guardando verso il basso.
#space #spacemission #universe #issstation #internationalspacestation #iss #earth


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by @human_spaceflight

ZUMA mission booster landing at night! As a hobby photographer, I screw up exposure many times even in bright daylight. This picture was taken in the dark night, remotely, and still pre-exposed perfectly. I'm just blown away how good you have to be to take a shot like this! Congrats! 😍⠀
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#spacex #zuma #booster #landing #nasa #esa #astronaut #space #spaceflight #spacewalk #spacemedicine #apollo #shuttle #microgravity #iss #internationalspacestation #orbit #spaceship #astronomy #dragon #bfr #mars #spacetravel #nature #future

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