Kentucky company plans mini orbital space station in two years

Kentucky company plans mini orbital space station in two years

The International Space Station is photographed by Expedition 56 crew members from a Soyuz spacecraft after undocking on October 4, 2018. NASA astronauts Andrew Feustel and Ricky Arnold and Roscosmos cosmonaut Oleg Artemyev performed a flyby of the orbiting laboratory to take photos of the space station before returning home after spending 197 days in space. Photo courtesy of NASA / Roscosmos

Guinness World Records announced on October 19, 2020 that NASA astronauts Christina Koch (right) and Jessica Meir, who made history with the first all-female spacewalk on October 18, 2019, are being honored for this achievement with a feature in Guinness. World Records 2021 Edition. The historic spacewalk took place at the ISS, where they worked on maintenance and upgrades. Although this was Koch’s fourth spacewalk, it was Meir’s first. Photo by NASA / UPI | License photo

NASA Expedition 64 astronaut Kate Rubins is seen having her Russian Sokol…

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