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Astronaut Mark Kelly: SpaceX Will Learn From Failure ... and Then Move Ahead

A Study of Twins, Separated by Orbit - NYTimes.com

A Study of Twins, Separated by Orbit

A Study of Twins, Separated by Orbit - NYTimes.com

In March 2015, Astronaut Scott Kelly and Cosmonaut Mikhail Korniyenko will embark on a one year mission aboard the ISS. Along with their missions is included a twins study, involving Scott and his twin brother (and retired astronaut) Mark Kelly, that will focus on physiological effects of long-term space exploration on the human body.

Twins Study

In March 2015, Astronaut Scott Kelly and Cosmonaut Mikhail Korniyenko will embark on a one year mission aboard the ISS. Along with their missions is included a twins study, involving Scott and his twin brother (and retired astronaut) Mark Kelly, that will focus on physiological effects of long-term space exploration on the human body.

Astronaut Twins Scott And Mark Kelly Lend Their Bodies To Science | Popular Science

Astronaut Twins Scott And Mark Kelly Lend Their Bodies To Science | Popular Science

Twin brothers Scott Kelly and Mark Kelly, both NASA astronauts, were once set to meet in space in 2011. Mark commanded the last mission of the space shuttle Endeavour, STS-134, while Scott led the International Space Station's Expedition 26 mission. The shuttle mission was delayed beyond Scott's time on the station, so they ultimately never met up in space. Now the twin astronauts are volunteering for science experiments as Scott Kelly prepares for a one-year mission. [Read the Full Story]

Twin brothers Scott Kelly and Mark Kelly, both NASA astronauts, were once set to meet in space in 2011. Mark commanded the last mission of the space shuttle Endeavour, STS-134, while Scott led the International Space Station's Expedition 26 mission. The shuttle mission was delayed beyond Scott's time on the station, so they ultimately never met up in space. Now the twin astronauts are volunteering for science experiments as Scott Kelly prepares for a one-year mission. [Read the Full Story]

NASA astronauts Mark Kelly, right, stayed on the ground, while his brother Scott Kelly spent 340 days on the International Space Station. Researchers are noting changes in biological markers because of the time in zero gravity.

340 days in space led to changes at genetic level for astronaut twin Scott Kelly

NASA astronauts Mark Kelly, right, stayed on the ground, while his brother Scott Kelly spent 340 days on the International Space Station. Researchers are noting changes in biological markers because of the time in zero gravity.

Astronauts Scott and Mark Kelly on NASA’s twin experiment and the future of space travel - The Verge

Astronauts Scott and Mark Kelly on NASA’s twin experiment and the future of space travel

Astronauts Scott and Mark Kelly on NASA’s twin experiment and the future of space travel - The Verge

Austria Rejects Right-Wing Populist in Presidential Election   Alexander Van der Bellens victory over right-wing opponent Norbert Hofer marks break with series of anti-establishment electoral wins in West. Mark Kelly reports. Image: Zuma Press

Austria Rejects Right-Wing Populist in Presidential Election Alexander Van der Bellens victory over right-wing opponent Norbert Hofer marks break with series of anti-establishment electoral wins in West. Mark Kelly reports. Image: Zuma Press

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