Im Gespräch mit: Martin Günthner, Senator für Wirtschaft, Arbeit und Häfen sowie Senator für Justiz und Verfassung der Freien Hansestadt Bremen.

Space Professionals: im Gespräch mit Senator Martin Günthner

Wer sind die Macher hinter der ISS? Wer kümmert sich um die Versorgung am Boden, wer um die medizinische Versorgung der Astronauten, wer bestimmt was an Bord gemacht wird? In unser Serie „Space Professionals“ stellen wir Euch jede Woche einen neuen Kopf hinter dem Betrieb und der Nutzung der ISS vor: Trainer, Mediziner, Manager, Bodencrew […]

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The well-lit coasts of New Jersey, New York and Connecticut are pictured in the wee hours of New Year’s Day.

Crew Begins 2018 Studying How Living in Space Affects Humans

„The Expedition 54 crew is starting the New Year studying how humans adapt to living in space for months and years at a time. NASA and its international partners are also learning how to support crews on longer missions with less help from the ground. The astronauts and cosmonauts on the International Space Station orbit […]

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Flat Earth? How can anyone believe this Bull****?

By Matt Drake, express.co.uk A RUSSIAN astronaut is flabbergasted at people’s lack of understanding of basic physics and has “no idea” how people can support the “flat-Earth” theory, it has been revealed. The flat-Earth theory has been growing in popularity exponentially of late, with celebrity endorsements including basketballer Kyrie Irving and cricketer Freddie Flintoff. Russian […]

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Former Astronaut about his first Spacewalk

Source: forbes.com What was your first space walk like? originally appeared on Quora: the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the world. Answer by Leroy Chiao, former NASA astronaut and ISS commander: „It was a totally new experience, because there is no training that can accurately […]

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Bacteria on Space Station

Living bacteria have been found on the outside of the International Space Station, a Russian cosmonaut told the state news agency TASS. Anton Shkaplerov, who will lead Russia’s ISS crew in December, said that previous cosmonauts swabbed the station’s Russian segment during spacewalks and sent the samples back to Earth. The samples came from places […]

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