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NASA astronaut Frank Rubio conducted maintenance on the International Space Station’s XROOTS experiment last month. The study uses aeroponic and hydroponic growth methods without soil. go.nasa.gov/3xWJkiP

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Four astronauts took Monday off following a weekend of spacewalk activities. The rest of the Exp 68 crew worked on electronics, life support, and spacesuit maintenance. blogs.nasa.gov/spacestation/2…

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NEW OPPORTUNITY! The ISS National Lab & the National Science Foundation have released a joint solicitation seeking projects focusing on aiming to further drug discovery & therapeutic development through space-based research.
Get details & apply here: bit.ly/3Uxfs62

NEW #RESEARCH OPPORTUNITY! The ISS National Lab & the @NSF have released a joint solicitation seeking projects focusing on #tissueengineering aiming to further drug discovery & therapeutic development through space-based research. Get details & apply here: bit.ly/3Uxfs62
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The International Space Station is humanity's laboratory for conducting cutting-edge science without the limits of gravity where we explore subjects from human health to physics and more! nasa.gov/stationbenefits

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.NASA Astronauts Josh Cassada and Frank Rubio ended their spacewalk at 2:21pm ET today after successfully installing a new roll-out solar array on the station. blogs.nasa.gov/spacestation/2…

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The third and newest roll-out solar array (iROSA 3A) has been installed and unfurled on the station's Starboard truss segment and is generating power. A fourth roll-out solar array will be installed on another spacewalk planned for Dec. 19. nasa.gov/live

The third and newest roll-out solar array (iROSA 3A) has been installed and unfurled on the station's Starboard truss segment and is generating power. A fourth roll-out solar array will be installed on another spacewalk planned for Dec. 19. nasa.gov/live
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Watch as the newly installed Roll-Out Solar Array deploys on the International Space Station’s starboard truss structure for the first time. Astronauts Josh Cassada and Frank Rubio are more than five hours into their spacewalk.

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The roll-out solar array has been installed on its mounting bracket on the Starboard-4 truss segment and will soon be mated to cables and deployed. nasa.gov/live

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It's a good day for some home improvement. Astronauts are currently ahead of schedule as they install new roll-out solar arrays outside the International Space Station. What do you plan to work on today? 🛠️

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Suit up and spacewalk for science. 👨‍🚀👩‍🚀

In progress now, U.S. astronauts work to install new roll-out solar arrays or iROSAs which arrived at the International Space Station this past Sunday! nasa.gov/live

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.NASA spacewalker Josh Cassada is releasing the bolts on the roll-out solar array to remove it from its attachment point before installing it on the station. nasa.gov/live

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The crew begins unpacking new science and tech demonstrations this week!

They also conducted investigations examining bone loss in microgravity, studying the mechanisms of suturing and wound healing in space, and more! Read all about it here: go.nasa.gov/3gRNLXZ

The crew begins unpacking new science and tech demonstrations this week! They also conducted investigations examining bone loss in microgravity, studying the mechanisms of suturing and wound healing in space, and more! Read all about it here: go.nasa.gov/3gRNLXZ
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This week on , a SpaceX cargo Dragon docks to the station, delivering new ISS Research and the solar arrays that will be installed during a spacewalk on Saturday, Dec. 3, while Orion Spacecraft is on a course back to Earth after its journey to the Moon.

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Uganda and Zimbabwe make history with their first satellite launches! 🥳
The BIRDS-5 CubeSats deployed from the International Space Station today. This multi-nation project, sponsored by JAXA(Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency), is a constellation of CubeSats developed by Uganda, Zimbabwe, and Japan. go.nasa.gov/3UtbdJ6

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On Friday, the Exp 68 crew studied wound healing and assisted two spacewalkers who will exit the station on Saturday to install a new roll-out solar array. blogs.nasa.gov/spacestation/2…

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The Exp 68 crew is preparing to grow dwarf tomatoes on the station while gearing up for a spacewalk planned for this weekend. blogs.nasa.gov/spacestation/2…

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Ongoing scientific investigations and tech demos on the International Space Station can help create solutions to hurdles associated with missions to the Moon and Mars.

Here’s how work on the orbiting lab could help address some of the challenges ahead: go.nasa.gov/3H4Te8x

Ongoing scientific investigations and tech demos on the @Space_Station can help create solutions to hurdles associated with missions to the Moon and Mars. Here’s how work on the orbiting lab could help address some of the challenges ahead: go.nasa.gov/3H4Te8x
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