Follow the International Space Station's (ISS) construction and development history from this infographic provided by Space.com. Read about the construction of the most complex space project ever undertaken.
Einstein at the space station, a sleeping black hole and sledging on Mars – in pictures This month's pick of the best space-related imagery includes the arrival of Albert Einstein at the International Space Station, a black hole that has dozed off after running out of things to eat, and the tracks of dry ice blocks that skidded down Martian slopes
Space Station (A World of Difference) - Alternative History
Rockets and spacecraft may get us to Mars, but food must nourish us on the journey. Now researchers are using the International Space Station to look at how much food will be needed on a spacecraft heading to the Moon, Mars or beyond. By tracking the energy used by astronauts, we can cou…
NASA diligently tracks microbes inside the International Space Station
Backdropped by rugged Earth terrain, the International Space Station is featured in this image photographed by an STS-130 crew member on space shuttle Endeavour after the station and shuttle began their post-undocking relative separation.
Flat Earth Answer: They simply cannot get through our firmament. That would be wrong. They take an angled trajectory to achieve orbit around the earth not to leave it. https://www.quora.com/Why-do-rockets-including-the-space-shuttle-arc-as-they-aquire-altitude You can see many satellites with the help of a satellite tracking map. The International Space Station can be seen orbiting overhead on many nights. #Flatearth #Firmament
October 06 2016 : Space Station Flyover of Hurricane Matthew The International Space Station has tracked Hurricane Matthew all week providing images and video from low Earth orbit as the storm hit the Caribbean Sea and made its way towards Florida. In this photograph taken by Expedition 49 Flight Engineer Kate Rubins on Oct. 4 2016 at 21:05 GMT the hurricane's clouds extend across the frame.