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NASA Prepares to Launch Experiments to ISS
November 14, 2018
Updated 2mo ago
Sarah Lewin, associate editor at Space.com, explains what exactly NASA will be sending to the International Space Station early Thursday morning, as well as what SpaceX's new 'Category 3' certification means.
Snap's Security Chief Fired Over Secret Relationship With Outside Consultant
Jan 14, 2019
From Liftoff to Layoff: SpaceX Lays Off Hundreds of Workers
Elon Musk's SpaceX laid off about 10 percent of its workforce after the first launch of 2019 Friday. Michael Wall, senior writer at Space.com, discusses the move that left more than 500 people without a job.
Dec 3, 2018
Experiments Bound for the Space Station Are Meant to Improve Life on Earth
SpaceX plans to launch an unmanned cargo spacecraft bound for the International Space Station on Tuesday. But the scientific equipment and experiments aboard the ship are actually meant to improve life on Earth, Ken Shields, chief operating officer for the ISS National Laboratory, told Cheddar. With increasing privatization of the aerospace industry, Shields said space on shuttles to ISS is increasingly in-demand, even if the experiments aboard aren't exactly out-of-this-world.
Dec 3, 2018
U.S. National Lab Prepares to Send Research Projects to I.S.S.
New research projects are heading to the International Space Station Tuesday. Ken Shields, chief operating officer for the International Space Station U.S. National Laboratory, goes over what's headed to space and how the research will help life on earth.