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European Space Agency 2010 Preview

After a record breaking year for ESA in 2009, 2010 will be another great year with several launches in different domains. In February the third Earth Explorer, Cryosat, will be launched from Baikonur and will contribute to our better understanding of climate changes. It will also be a very active year for Human Space Flight with early February the European built elements Node 3 and Cupola that will be added to the International Space Station. Then two ESA astronauts will go to the ISS: Roberto Vittori onboard the Shuttle in July and Paolo Nespoli in November for the third ESA long duration mission. Another key moment for Space will be at Europe's Space Port in French Guyane where the legendary Soyuz rocket will be launched for the first time. Many other missions, events or achievements will mark this new year for Europe in Space.

NASA EDGE - Orion Sims (Part 3 of 3)

Whether youre working on Orion Feng Shui or docking with the ISS, NASA EDGE explores the latest in Orion Simulators at Lockheed Martin and NASA.

NASA Edge - Orion Sims (Part 2 of 3)

Whether youre working on Orion Feng Shui or docking with the ISS, NASA EDGE explores the latest in Orion Simulators at Lockheed Martin and NASA.

NASA Edge - Orion Sims (Part 1 of 3)

Whether youre working on Orion Feng Shui or docking with the ISS, NASA EDGE explores the latest in Orion Simulators at Lockheed Martin and NASA.

NASA Edge @ Solar Dynamics Observatory

It isn't safe to stare at the Sun for you or the NASA EDGE Team, but SDO will be able to do just that with ease 24/7.

Space shuttle Endeavour rolls from the Vehicle Assembly Building to Launch Pad 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, beginning the final phase of preparations before the upcoming STS-130 mission.

Aboard the International Space Station, Expedition 22 Flight Engineers Oleg Kotov and Max Suraev conducted a 5 hour, 44 minute spacewalk Jan. 14 to outfit the new Russian Poisk module for future dockings by Russian spacecraft at the orbiting laboratory. Kotov and Suraev set up rendezvous equipment and docking targets on the Poisk, setting the stage for the scheduled relocation
of the Soyuz TMA-16 spacecraft by Suraev and Station Commander Jeff Williams Jan. 21. They will fly the Soyuz from the aft end of the Zvezda Service Module for the maiden docking to the newly equipped Poisk.

Astronomy - What's Up for January 2010?

This month, Mars grows closer, bigger and brighter as it reaches opposition to the Sun on Jan. 29th Look for the red planet rising in the east after sunset. Its the brightest object in the eastern sky!

Dr. Dan Durda took two rides in a centrifuge located at The NASTAR Center as part of a suborbital scientist training program held on 12 & 13 January 2010. On these runs he is being put through simulated rides aboard Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo. The first flight is at 50% acceleration, the second is at 100%.

Dr. Dan Durda took two rides in a centrifuge located at The NASTAR Center as part of a suborbital scientist training program held on 12 & 13 January 2010. On these runs he is being put through simulated rides aboard Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo. The first flight is at 50% acceleration, the second is at 100%. In this video he uses a small handheld camera to scan around the inside of the centrifuge chamber.

Tweet! Tweet! Tweeting from Space

Expedition 22 Commander Jeff Williams is joined by astronauts T.J. Creamer and Soichi Noguchi on the International Space Station to discuss their "tweeting" from orbit, how using Twitter helps them keep everyone back on Earth informed of station activities, and the advent of internet access to the ISS. Noguchi says he received a "tweet" from the Japanese Prime Minister after speaking with him from orbit!

STS-129 Presenting 11 Days in Space!

The crew of STS-129 discusses its November mission to the International Space Station with school children and others at NASA Headquarters in Washington.

NASA External Fuel Tank Gets Home

Check out the latest on the arrival of space shuttle Discovery's external fuel tank, or E.T., at NASAs Kennedy Space Center for its upcoming STS-131 mission to the International Space Station.

NASA EDGE visits the brilliantly restored Mercury Mission Control Center exhibit at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in Florida.

NASA | BEST: Living on the Moon

The Beginning Engineering, Science, and Technology (BEST) team teaches a playful lesson about the challenges of living away from planet Earth. There's no free delivery in outer space!

Space and Basketball

The STS-129 astronauts visited the Verizon Center in Washington, D.C. to check out the game between the Detroit Pistons and host Washington Wizards, and to display an NBA jersey that was flown on their shuttle flight to the International Space Station. The jersey is expected to be returned to the NBA during the All-Star game in Dallas next month.

NASA TV coverage of Mondays news conference in Houston updating Expedition 22 aboard the International Space Station.

James Cameron on Avatar

Avatar director James Cameron talks to Discovery News' Jorge Ribas about his new science fiction epic, and the technology he needed to get it on the screen.

NASA EDGE Extreme Analogs (part 4 of 4)

NASA EDGE follows the Desert RATS around Black Point Lava Flow, AZ during the 14 day analog field test of the Lunar Electric Rover (LER), part 4 of 4.

NASA EDGE Extreme Analogs (part 3 of 4)

NASA EDGE follows the Desert RATS around Black Point Lava Flow, AZ during the 14 day analog field test of the Lunar Electric Rover (LER), prt 3 of 4.

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