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Panama's original song dedicated to the International Space Station.
Presentation at SpaceUp on what we should do with the International Space Station. NOTE: There was a bad wireless mic that was open, apologies for the bad audio. This took place in Pod Four at SpaceUp San Diego.
CAPE CANAVERAL -- NASA had the payload for STS-133 on full display at Kennedy Space Center -- including the mission's "7th" crew member -- Robonaut (or R2 as he is known to his friends). ; Held at the Space Station Processing Facility (SSPF) on Aug. 12 at 1 p.m. the event showcased elements that Discovery is scheduled to lift to orbit on Nov. 1, 2010 at 4:33 p.m. EDT.
Expedition 6 Astronaut Don Pettit took some stunning timelapse imagery ;during his time on the International Space Station. This is a compilation of those videos as seen on YouTube, put to some music. Enjoy the beauty, and here's hoping some day we all get to experience this in person!
SpaceUp LA 2011 Paul Wrencc
08 june 2007 launch of space shuttle atlantis sts-117. This mission will install new solarpanels at the iss. These solar panels give all the energy witch the iss needs to fly. So these are a bit like her wings.
Today, Buzz Lightyear's dream of flying in space finally came true when he made his first appearance in zero gravity aboard the International Space Station (ISS) with Astronaut Greg Chamitoff, flight engineer for the Expedition 18 mission, to officially open the Toy Story Mania! attraction at Disney's California Adventure. In a downlink from the ISS to the Disneyland Resort, Buzz and Astronaut Chamitoff shared with the world what it's like to experience life in space.
The 12-inch action figure made a historic journey to "to infinity and beyond!" aboard the Space Shuttle Discovery and will conduct various experiments and tests in zero gravity aboard the ISS as part of NASA's "Toys in Space" program.
"Buzz's test in zero gravity is not only a dream come true but an inspiration for children everywhere who share Buzz's dream of space exploration," said Jay Rasulo, chairman of Walt Disney Parks and Resorts. "We are pleased to be working with NASA on such a special mission for Buzz."
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