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How Astronauts Sleep, Shower, and More in Space Many people aspire to go to the far reaches of the universe, but only a select few are able to do so. As a result, it has piqued the interest of many individuals, particularly when it comes to what it’s like to live there. How do astronauts get their rest? What method do they use to shower? How do they go about peeing? These are likely some of the questions that anyone interested in extraterrestrial life has pondered. Here are the answers to these questions if you’re interested: In Space, Astronauts Eat…

Monoclonal Antibody Crystallization is on its way to the International Space Station for a Specific Purpose, according to NASA, but what exactly is it? According to NASA, monoclonal antibody crystallization will be sent to the International Space Station for a specific purpose, but what is it? NASA is developing a cancer cure with the support of many entrepreneurs and researchers, which it hopes to send to the International Space Station for additional research and understanding. The main goal of the Monoclonal Antibody Crystallization is to have a defined mission for its trip to the International Space Station, which NASA and…

A cargo ship from Russia has been removed to make room for more space modules, and a replacement is on its way. The Progress MS-17 cargo ship was removed by Russia’s Nauka, the country’s science module, so that new modules could dock in the International Space Station. Elon Musk to Pass a ‘Great Filter’ When Making Life Multiplanetary on Mars, Discusses SpaceX’s DART Importance Brinkwire News: Elon Musk to Pass a ‘Great Filter’ When Making Life Multiplanetary in Mars, Discusses SpaceX’s DART Importance On Thursday, November 1st, the rocket took off. 24th. A new docking port is on its way…

[WATCH] An ISS Astronaut Gives A 4K Video Tour Of The Space Station, Demonstrating Its Size. ISS astronaut Thomas Pesquet recently posted a 25-minute video tour of the space station, which puts a lot of things in perspective. According to Digital Trends, the video tour of the ISS emphasizes the enormity of the space station as a whole. Pesquet takes viewers behind the scenes of the space station, including the actual CrewDragon spacecraft that will soon return him and two other astronauts to Earth. You can watch the video right now on YouTube. Pesquet gives the tour in his native…

NASA’s International Space Station astronauts harvest Hatch Chile in space, creating space tacos in the process. NASA’s ISS Astronauts have harvested their successful orbit-grown green Hatch chile peppers, which the team has highlighted to the public by including them in their space tacos. The team’s efforts have paid off, with successful research and the production of food in space onboard the International Space Station. Green Hatch Chiles on the International Space Station (ISS) by NASA A demonstration of a real harvest of New Mexico variation, Hatch, chile peppers was successfully witnessed by NASA astronauts and other space people aboard the…

How to Watch SpaceX’s Crew-3 Mission Launch on Halloween. On Halloween, SpaceX plans to launch the Crew-3 mission. Four astronauts will be sent to the International Space Station as part of the Crew-3 mission (ISS). The Crew-3 mission will take out from Florida’s Kennedy Space Center’s Launch Complex 39A. The time for the launch has been fixed at 12:10 a.m. EDT. Endurance is the name of the Crew Dragon capsule that the mission’s four crew members will board. The mission will be sent into space by SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket. Launch of SpaceX’s Crew-3 Mission On Halloween, SpaceX will launch…

Blue Origin Is Considering Developing Its Own Space Station. Blue Origin aspires to be the first privately held corporation to launch a space station. According to Phys.org, the corporation recently unveiled their plans to develop Orbital Reef, a space station. Orbital Reef, according to Blue Origin, is a ten-person spacecraft that will launch in the second part of the 2020s. However, unlike the International Space Station, it will not just be used for scientific research. According to a press release from Blue Origin, the space station will be a “mixed-use business park” that will support activities such as scientific research…

The U.S. Senate and the House of Representatives recently conducted a meeting to discuss the issues that are currently being faced by NASA’s spaceflight initiatives. Brinkwire News:  NASA says US Needs More Nuclear Spacecraft to be Global Space Leader as China Ramps Up These include the connection of China and America and the upcoming deadline of the International Space Station. They also said that space junks currently orbiting outside Earth could also have some consequences. As of the moment, NASA is currently conducting various space activities. However, various government officials are still debating the issues that the space agency’s plans…

The ISS is having fresh problems with the Russian Soyuz spacecraft. The ISS just had another issue with the Russian Soyuz spacecraft, with the module running its engines for longer than scheduled. This time, the problem occurred as the spacecraft was testing its thrusters in preparation for a return to Earth, according to The Register. When the Soyuz MS-18 craft was prepared to return to Earth at 5:02 a.m. on October 15th, there was a problem. According to a NASA update, the capsule’s thrusters unexpectedly ignited outside of the test window. As a result, the International Space Station (ISS) lost…

After filming a movie on the International Space Station, a Russian film crew returns to Earth. (Unsplash/Christian Wiediger photo) ISS NASA After 12 days on the International Space Station, or ISS, a Russian film crew has returned to Earth. They shot many scenes in space for the first feature film. In the International Space Station, a Russian film crew has completed filming movie scenes. Klim Shipenko and Yulia Peresild both landed on Kazakhstan’s steppe on October 17th. According to France24, the Russian space agency streamed live footage of the landing. Oleg Novitsky, a cosmonaut who had been on the space…