Daily Archives: 21.08.2019

Spacewalkers, Robotics Complete IDA-3 Installation; ISS Ready for Commercial Crew

Nick Hague was making the third EVA of his career, whilst for Drew Morgan it was his first spacewalk. Photo Credit: NASA Veteran spacewalker Nick Hague and recently-arrived Expedition 60 crewmate Drew Morgan ventured outside the International Space Station (ISS) earlier today (Wednesday) to cap off preparations for the first piloted Commercial Crew missions. The duo spent six hours and 32 ...

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ULA Set to Launch Last Single-Stick Delta IV Thursday with ‘Magellan’ GPS III Satellite

For the final time on Thursday, a “single-stick” ULA Delta IV Medium rocket will roar to space, this time with the GPS III ‘Magellan’ satellite for the U.S. Air Force, ending a career which has delivered a smorgasbord of military, civilian & scientific payloads to space over the course of a spectacular 17-year history. Photo Credit: Alan Walters / AmericaSpace For ...

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