International Space Station
This week, earth was hit harder than expected by a massive blast from the sun.
It’s never happened before today. Alarms aboard the International Space Station force an evacuation by astronauts, from the American section of the station into the Russian compartment.
Reid Wiseman returns to earth! The Baltimore County native is back on solid ground after an amazing journey on the International Space Station. Touchdown was at 11 p.m. Sunday, and it was a harrowing return for the astronaut, who was ending a six-month journey in space.
After nearly six months aboard the International Space Station, Baltimore County’s own Reid Wiseman is back on Earth.
Crews searched for scorched wreckage along the Virginia coast Wednesday in hopes of figuring out why an unmanned commercial rocket exploded in a blow to NASA’s strategy of using private companies to fly supplies and, eventually, astronauts to the International Space Station.
Mission accomplished. NASA says the second spacewalk outside the International Space Station went very well.
NASA has chosen a University of Maryland proposal for a new instrument to observe changes in global vegetation from the International Space Station.
Baltimore astronaut Reid Wiseman arrived at the International Space Station less than two weeks ago, but he’s already the most popular guy on-board– at least on Twitter, where he has more than 70,000 followers who can’t get enough of his photos of planet Earth.
Safely on board. Baltimore County’s own Reid Wiseman made it onto the International Space Station after a successful lift off Wednesday.
Late Wednesday night, a Russian spacecraft carrying Baltimore native Reid Wiseman successfully docked at the International Space Station.
He’s the dad next door, but he’s about to launch into outer space. Cockeysville native Reid Wiseman is part of the next crew heading to the International Space Station.
NASA gives the green light for an emergency spacewalk to fix an external cooling system.