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Interesting!
But what do you mean faster? The pulses frequency? I mean because it's a electromagnetic radiation, l mean It's already going the speed of light.


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Valery Polyakov, Soviet/Russian cosmonaut, the holder of the record for the longest single stay in space (437 days on Mir Station) passed away at the age of 80. May he rest in peace!
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like a lighthouse's beam...
the intolerance of the old order is emerging from the rosy mist in which it has hitherto been obscured.

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Francisco "Frank" Rubio of NASA launched with Sergey Prokopyev and Dmitry Petelin of Roscosmos, Russia's federal space corporation, on Wednesday (Sept. 21). Their Soyuz MS-22 spacecraft took flight on a Soyuz-2.1a rocket in Kazakhstan

From the commander of the International Space Station Samantha Cristoforetti Later a nine-minute ascent into orbit, the Soyuz crew set off to rendezvous and arrived docking their Soyuz to the Rassvet mini-research module after circling Earth twice.

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From the commander of the ISS.

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im guessing the water flows up and around the balls due to surface tensions greater effect in low gee

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used far more water than i thought they were going to,
the no float was cool..
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The Crew-5 mission launched yesterday (Oct. 5) from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, sending a Dragon capsule aloft atop a Falcon 9 rocket. That Dragon, named Endurance, caught up with the International Space Station (ISS) today (Oct. 6), after a 29-hour orbital chase.
Endurance made contact with the forward port of the station's Harmony module at 5:01 p.m. EDT (2101 GMT), while the two spacecraft were flying over the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of West Africa. The docking operation was completed about 10 minutes later.

The hatches between Endurance and the ISS are scheduled to open at 6:42 p.m. EDT (2242 GMT), after which the Crew-5 astronauts — NASA's Nicole Mann and Josh Cassada, Japan's Koichi Wakata and cosmonaut Anna Kikina — will move into the ISS for a five-month stay.
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if you have the time to watch this graphic of spaceships orbit is cool

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NASA, SpaceX successfully land drone ship in Crew-5 mission

Landing at about 0:40

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NASA's Artemis 1 moon launch scheduled for Nov.16, Wednesday.

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