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White House Approves ISS Funding Through 2024

The funding, if approved by Congress, could extend the planned mission of the ISS by four years. tags: international_space_stationISSiss_fundingnasa_issnasa_white_house_approvalscience_newsspace_exploration

A Year In Space: Incredible Images Of Earth Over 2013

THESE stunning images offer the ultimate bird's eye view perspective of our planet. The photographs were taken by astronauts onboard the ... tags: amazingFootagehighincrediblelightnightphoto

Astronauts Finish Crucial Repairs In Christmas Eve Spacewalk

The fuel pump that malfunctioned earlier this month was successfully replaced by two NASA astronauts. tags: ississ_malfunctioniss_pumpiss_spacewalknasanasa_repairnasa_spacewalk

Suit Troubles Push NASA Spacewalk Back To Christmas Eve

A spacewalk to repair part of the International Space Station has been delayed to Monday to cope with a space suit malfunction. tags: astronautsinternational_space_stationissmastraccionasaparmitanoscience

NASA Orders Spacewalks To Repair Space Station

NASA said two astronauts must attempt three spacewalks to repair the cooling system that malfunctioned Dec. 11. tags: cooling_pump_space_stationcooling_system_space_stationinternational_space_stationissnasarick_mastracchioscience_news

WIRED Live - Alfonso and Jonás Cuarón on “Gravity”

Like father, like son. Alfonso Cuarn talks about working with son Jons on Gravity, his new film starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney. ... tags: alfonso_cuaronalfonso_cuaron_interviewandastronautscomic_conearthFilm

Chris Hadfield's “Astronaut's Guide To Life On Earth”

The webs favorite astronaut, Chris Hadfield, most famous for his viral videos originating on the International Space Station, has returned ...

If You Only Knew with Neil deGrasse Tyson

What does astrophysicist-cum-science superstar Neil deGrasse Tyson do when he isn't pondering the vastness of the universe In this web-only ...

If You Put Me In Space, Take Me Somewhere

Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson explains to Larry King why he couldn't become an astronaut -- and why he wouldn't want to now.