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ISS Crew of Expedition 42 Return Safely after 6 Months Stay

After spending 6 months onboard International Space Station (ISS), three astronauts returned home safely today, rich with experience and data collected from their space experiments. The NASA Expedition’s crew returned after a 167-day mission at the ISS that included several scientific experiments and spacewalks to prepare the ISS for future arrivals by the US commercial space vehicles. The crew included ...

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NASA Develops Instrument to Investigate Atmospheric Aerosols

A new instrument called the Cloud-Aerosol Transport System (CATS) is developed by NASA in order to investigate the composition of clouds and tiny airborne particles like dust, smoke and other atmospheric aerosols. The instrument is all set to be launched to the International Space Station (ISS) this month that will explore new technologies that could also be used in future ...

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