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International Space Station tilted after thrusters on a Russian craft fired unexpectedly

The International Space Station was unexpectedly tilted on Friday after a test firing of thrusters on Russia’s Soyuz MS-18 spacecraft continued longer than expected. First reported by the New York Times, the personnel aboard the ISS were never in danger according to a statement from Russia’s Roscosmos space agency. Ground teams for NASA and Roscosmos were able to regain control of the station…
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Online Film Premiere: ‘Triumph at Saturn’ (Part I)

. Online Film Premiere: ‘Triumph at Saturn’ (Part I) Catch the premiere of the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory documentary “Triumph at Saturn” on Oct. 15 at 3 p.m. PDT online at JPL’s YouTube and Facebook channels. The latest…
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NASA Leadership Visits JPL, Discusses Climate Change and Mars

. NASA Leadership Visits JPL, Discusses Climate Change and Mars NASA Administrator Bill Nelson and Deputy Administrator Pam Melroy met with elected officials about Earth science and visited mission control for the Perseverance Mars rover. NASA Administrator Bill Nelson and Deputy Administrator Pam Melroy affirmed the agency’s…
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Blue Origin postpones William Shatner’s space flight by a day

Jeff Bezos’ spaceflight company Blue Origin said Sunday it will postpone the flight that is slated to fly William Shatner to space due to forecasted high winds at its launch site. The flight of the company’s New Shepard spacecraft is now scheduled for 9:30AM ET on…