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.
Two hundred miles up, there’s a problem — a potentially serious one for the International Space Station.
When the International Space Station passed over Baltimore, one of the astronauts snapped a picture of Charm City.
Italian astronaut Paolo Nespoli was a guest speaker Wednesday afternoon at Hood College. He talked about his experiences as a crew member of the International Space Station.
Don Scott and Tim Williams had “Coffee With” Google’s Zahaan Bharmal, the brainchild behind Space Lab. Mike Schuh had “People are Talking” about Holidays at Hampton at the Hampton National Historic Site.
Final journey. For the last time, space shuttle Discovery blasted off in to space Thursday. The mission marks the beginning of the end of the shuttle era.
If you saw a bright light early Monday morning moving quickly in the sky, you caught a glimpse of the International Space Station.