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Russia rejects accusations of endangering ISS astronauts by conducting weapons test
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Russia rejects accusations of endangering ISS astronauts by conducting weapons test

Russia’s foreign minister Sergey Lavrov also charged that it is 'hypocrisy' to say that Russia creates risks for peaceful activities in space

Russia puts International Space Station at risk after conducting anti-satellite missile test
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Russia puts International Space Station at risk after conducting anti-satellite missile test

While it is said that a fleck of paint can do major damage, the latest weapons test has created more than 1,500 pieces of space junk and endangered the lives of seven astronauts aboard ISS

SpaceX capsule with crew of four docks with International Space Station
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SpaceX capsule with crew of four docks with International Space Station

It took 21 hours for the flight from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center to the glittering outpost.

NASA astronauts feast on first-ever chili peppers grown in space by preparing 'taco fiesta'
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NASA astronauts feast on first-ever chili peppers grown in space by preparing 'taco fiesta'

A few NASA astronauts aboard the International Space Station planned and decided to have a 'fiesta' and throw themselves a taco party

Russian actress, director on making first-ever film in space: 'It posed both artistic and technical challenges'
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Russian actress, director on making first-ever film in space: 'It posed both artistic and technical challenges'

"On the one hand, it felt like an eternity but on the other hand, it felt like we just arrived and immediately need to return," says actress Yulia Peresild on shooting the first ever film in space.

Russian actress, director launch into space, will film world’s first movie aboard Space Station
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Russian actress, director launch into space, will film world’s first movie aboard Space Station

Actor Yulia Peresild and director Klim Shipenko blasted off in a Russian Soyuz spacecraft together with cosmonaut Anton Shkaplerov, a veteran of three space missions.

Russian film crew prepares for launch to ISS, strives to make first film in space
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Russian film crew prepares for launch to ISS, strives to make first film in space

Veteran Russian cosmonaut Anton Shkaplerov, actor Yulia Peresild and film producer Klim Shipenko will travel to the International Space Station on Tuesday to film segments for the movie Challenge -- the first feature film set in space.

French astronaut's 'space workout' video aboard ISS leaves Netizens stunned; watch viral clip here
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French astronaut's 'space workout' video aboard ISS leaves Netizens stunned; watch viral clip here

The 41-second clip shows Pesquet using some heavy equipment to perform squats. The astronaut captioned the video as “space workout, anyone?”

SpaceX tourists interact with actor Tom Cruise while orbiting the Earth, give update on space flight
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SpaceX tourists interact with actor Tom Cruise while orbiting the Earth, give update on space flight

The craft, which blasted off from Florida on 15 September is scheduled to end its three-day voyage with a splashdown in the Atlantic Ocean at 4.06 pm Pacific time (2306 GMT) on Saturday, 18 September

International Space Station shares clip of breathtaking aurora over blue ocean; netizens left spellbound
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International Space Station shares clip of breathtaking aurora over blue ocean; netizens left spellbound

The video was shared by Thomas Pesquet, a French astronaut aboard the International Space Station. 'Clouds compete for attention in this aurora timelapse over a blue ocean,' Pesquet captioned the video

SpaceX's Cargo Dragon resupply mission carries NASA tech, robotic arm, avocado, ice cream
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SpaceX's Cargo Dragon resupply mission carries NASA tech, robotic arm, avocado, ice cream

SpaceX now boasts of three Falcon 9 ships — “Of Course I Still Love You", "Just Read the Instructions" and the newest craft, "A Shortfall of Gravitas."

Astronauts' ‘floating pizza party’ on International Space Station leaves netizens stunned; watch video here
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Astronauts' ‘floating pizza party’ on International Space Station leaves netizens stunned; watch video here

French astronaut Thomas Pesquet recently shared a video of fellow astronauts enjoying pizza aboard the spacecraft

NASA delays space walk over astronaut's undisclosed 'minor medical issue'
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NASA delays space walk over astronaut's undisclosed 'minor medical issue'

Mark Vande Hei and Japanese astronaut Akihiko Hoshide were supposed to venture out Tuesday to install a bracket for new solar wings but NASA said the work can wait.

NASA develops technique for predicting space radiation exposure in future missions
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NASA develops technique for predicting space radiation exposure in future missions

Scientists hope the research will help them mitigate the effects that astronauts develop from radiation exposure.

French astronaut Thomas Pesquet shares mesmerising pictures of Venice as seen from International Space Station
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French astronaut Thomas Pesquet shares mesmerising pictures of Venice as seen from International Space Station

Pesquet in his post talked about the thick wooden planks, which were driven deep into the lagoon to aid construction of Venice and the challenges the city faces due to climate change

ISS astronauts to experiment on 'the Blob' that grows without dividing
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ISS astronauts to experiment on 'the Blob' that grows without dividing

Despite having no mouth, legs or brain, the yellowish mould eats, grows, moves — albeit very slowly — and has amazing learning abilities.

'Space Olympics’ concludes at ISS with astronauts performing incredible closing ceremony’
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'Space Olympics’ concludes at ISS with astronauts performing incredible closing ceremony’

Since being shared on Twitter, the video has gained over 1.7 million views and 25,000 likes

'Space Olympics’ concludes at ISS as astronauts host closing ceremony; watch video here
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'Space Olympics’ concludes at ISS as astronauts host closing ceremony; watch video here

Japanese astronaut Akihiko Hoshide and French astronaut Thomas Pesquet hosted the ‘Space Olympics’ at the ISS recently

Boeing postpones uncrewed flight of Starliner capsule to the ISS
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Boeing postpones uncrewed flight of Starliner capsule to the ISS

A NASA statement said the test was cancelled not because of inclement weather but because of an issues with Starliner's propulsion system.

NASA shares spectacular image of night-time view of Tokyo Olympics from space station
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NASA shares spectacular image of night-time view of Tokyo Olympics from space station

The space station has shared a night view of the satellite images of a lit-up Tokyo, where the 32nd edition of the games is being held