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November 15, 2019

Astronauts on complex spacewalk prepare AMS cosmic ray detector for repair

Astronauts Luca Parmitano and Andrew Morgan, working outside the International Space Station, completed the first in a series of challenging spacewalks to repair the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS), a state-of-the-art cosmic ray detector.


November 14, 2019

Astronauts on space station pay tribute to Apollo 12 50th anniversary

The astronauts on the International Space Station paid tribute to the second mission to land humans on the moon, 50 years to the day after the Apollo 12 crew launched. The Expedition 61 crew dressed as Apollo flight controllers, complete with a special patch.


November 11, 2019

'Snoopy in Space' launches Peanuts gang on NASA adventures on Apple TV+

Snoopy's ongoing space adventures with NASA have launched the comic strip beagle into a new frontier — streaming video. "Snoopy in Space" on Apple TV+ follows the Peanuts gang as Snoopy pursues his dream of becoming a world famous astronaut.


November 8, 2019

NASA's 'hidden figures' to be honored with Congressional Gold Medals

Four of NASA's "hidden figures," Katherine Johnson, Dorothy Vaughan, Mary Jackson and Christine Darden, together with all of the women who contributed to the agency's success in the space race to the moon, will be bestowed Congressional Gold Medals.


November 6, 2019

NASA opens untouched Apollo moon rock sample for first time in 40 years

NASA has opened one of its last pristine samples of Apollo moon rock to prepare for the return of new material by future lunar missions. Scientists at the Johnson Space Center's Lunar Curation Lab unsealed the Apollo 17-recovered sample.


November 4, 2019

Boeing tests abort system on first Starliner spacecraft flight

A Boeing spacecraft has taken flight for the first time in a demonstration of its ability to keep crews safe during an emergency on the launchpad. Boeing's CST-100 Starliner conducted a pad abort test, lifting off from White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico.


November 2, 2019

Hilton DoubleTree cookie dough launches with zero g oven for space station

The ingredients to make sweets, space and hotel history are on their way to the space station. The first oven designed for use in microgravity and the dough for DoubleTree by Hilton's trademark chocolate chip cookies lifted off on a commercial cargo spacecraft.


November 1, 2019

Beyond the Red Moon: Changes to NASA history in 'For All Mankind'

When the Soviet Union beats the United States to landing the first human on the moon, it changes the course of the space race in the new Apple TV+ series "For All Mankind." But that is not the only departure from NASA history as the show begins.


October 28, 2019

'For All Mankind' to launch alternate space race on Apple TV+

"This series is an alternate history." So begins the disclaimer at the end of each episode of "For All Mankind," the space race drama debuting with Apple TV+ that explores how NASA's Apollo program might have unfolded if the Soviets landed first.


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