Nasa’s Crew-3 team returned home Friday morning, and immediately got to work doing science to help Nasa get to Mars The four astronauts of Nasa’s Crew-3 mission have returned from the International Space Station after 177 days in space. And although they’re back on the ground, the Crew-3 astronauts still have important work to do.
ELON MUSK has helped ferry three NASA astronauts and one ESA member back to Earth after Russia threatened the safety of the International Space Station (ISS). The four passengers splashed down in the Gulf of Mexico after hitching a ride on Mr Musk's SpaceX Endurance spacecraft.
The crew of four astronauts, including one German, splashed down in the Gulf of Mexico. SpaceX Dragon capsule uses parachutes as it descends in the Gulf of Mexico NASA's Crew-3 mission returned to Earth on Friday, splashing down in the Gulf of Mexico off Florida, after months of orbital research that spanned from space-grown chilies to robots.
Nasa will work on fixing problems with its Moon rocket while prepaing to bring Crew-3 astronauts home from space, and to send the Boeing Starliner there The Crew Dragon Spacecraft carrying Nasa’s Crew-3 mission astronauts undocked from the International Space Station Thursday morning, setting up a return home early Friday.
NASA's Crew-3 mission returned home to Earth on Friday after six months aboard the International Space Station. The SpaceX Dragon Endurance spacecraft with NASA astronauts Kayla Barron, Raja Chari and Tom Marshburn, as well as European Space Agency astronaut Matthias Maurer, undocked from the orbital laboratory a day earlier.
RUSSIA is now in control of the International Space Station (ISS) just weeks after its space chief threatened to crash the floating lab into the Earth. NASA astronauts have handed over the metaphorical (and ceremonial) keys to the ISS to Russian cosmonauts, as they prepare for their descent back to Earth, leaving Russia in charge.
German astronaut Matthias Maurer's time in weightlessness is over. He has spent six months on board the International Space Station. During his stay, Russia invaded Ukraine - which also affected life on the ISS. A look back at Maurer's mission "Cosmic Kiss."
21h ago Matthias Maurer is due back on Earth after spending some six months orbiting the planet on the International Space Station. He will return with three other ISS crew members and some 550 pounds of cargo. German Matthias Maurer and three other astronauts left the International Space Station (ISS) on Thursday, ending a six-month mission aboard the artificial satellite.
Thomas Marshburn just checked off one of the last tasks on his orbital to-do list. The NASA astronaut handed command of the International Space Station (ISS) over to cosmonaut Oleg Artemyev today (May 4), the last day aboard the orbiting lab for Marshburn and the other three members of SpaceX's Crew-3 mission.
The resupply mission is intended to demonstrate to NASA that the spacecraft works following delays which have piled the pressure Boeing in the face of the successes of rival SpaceX. Boeing is set to attempt another launch of its Starliner capsule, built as part of a $4.2bn NASA contract which has to date delivered only failure while its rival SpaceX keeps breaking new ground.
May is Asian American and Native Hawaiian Pacific Islander Heritage Month, and the cultural celebration isn't restricted to life here on Earth — it's also marked high above the planet, on the International Space Station (ISS). In a newly released video titled "What's on the Menu?
Boeing's Starliner capsule is finally ready to reattempt a key test launch to the International Space Station on May 19, officials said Tuesday. The uncrewed flight, named OFT-2, is a vital step towards certifying the spaceship for eventually carrying passengers, giving NASA a second taxi provider alongside SpaceX.
Future of ISS hangs in the balance as Russia says it WILL pull OUT over sanctions – giving Nasa only one year’s notice
RUSSIA could pull out of the ISS within 12 months throwing future space missions into disarray. After weeks of threats, Putin's space chief said the country will quit the space station for good. Roscosmos chief Dmitry Rogozin blamed the move on mounting sanctions against Russia for its invasion of Ukraine.
Space chief Dmitry Rogozin has announced the nation is poised to withdraw its astronauts from one of the last areas of collaboration with the West after claiming sanctions "destroyed" space unity Russia is ready to pull its astronauts out of the International Space Station as the nation cuts ties with NASA and the European Space Agency.