Field Trip Space Flight: #StayHome & #LearnWithMe
Ride along with the Museum’s Director of Astrovisualization Carter Emmart and astrophysicist Jackie Faherty on their mission from Earth to the ISS, to the Moon, and beyond this Wednesday, May 27, at 1:00 pm ET. Click the bell to be notified when we go live! Explore space from the safety of your couch with our playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLrfcruGtplwG5sRg8FEVZRa8pOVQ8cUz_ Want to test your knowledge, now that you’re an OpenSpace astronaut? Take the quiz: https://bit.ly/spaceflightquiz Like mapping out a cross-country car trip, sending humans into space takes a lot of planning. Weather, distance, detours, traffic, and sightseeing all come into play. Experience the thrill of space flight, see the sites, and discover what goes into planning a successful mission to space. #LearnWithMe #StayHome #Planetarium #Astronaut #SpaceMission #SpaceFlight ***
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#LaunchAmerica NASA Social: Q&A with Jim Bridenstine and Bob Cabana
The first global virtual NASA Social continues as NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine and Kennedy Space Center director Bob Cabana join us live to answer your questions! Tune in at 11:20 a.m. ET to learn more about the Crew Dragon mission and the Commercial Crew Program. Have a question for our guests? Be sure to share in the comments below for a chance to be featured on our live feed.
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SpaceX Crew Dragon Is the Most Anticipated Launch of the Year
SpaceX is about to launch its Crew Dragon, and is making history by bringing back human spaceflight to U.S. soil.
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SpaceX’s Demo-2 is just days away from launching and we are on the verge of a historic event in human space flight because for the first time ever SpaceX, a privately owned company, will ferry two NASA astronauts to the International Space Station (ISS). The two astronauts will be aboard the Crew Dragon, a state of the art, completely autonomous vehicle that will launch on one of the reusable Falcon 9 rockets. Demo-2 is a huge mission, it is the final demonstration flight for SpaceX, and the result could make or break if the new era of human spaceflight can be brought back to the United States. Find out more about the Demo-2 launch in this Countdown to Launch. #spacex #crewdragon #rocket #space #seeker #science #CountdownToLaunch The Race to Get SpaceX’s Crew Dragon Off the Ground | Countdown to Launch
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Commercial Crew Program
"NASA’s Commercial Crew Program is working with the American aerospace industry as companies develop and operate a new generation of spacecraft and launch systems capable of
carrying crews to low-Earth orbit and the International Space Station. Commercial transportation to and from the station will provide expanded utility, additional research time and broader
opportunities for discovery on the orbiting laboratory. " Launch America
"A new era of human spaceflight is set to begin as American astronauts once again launch on an American rocket from American soil to the International Space Station as part of NASA’s Commercial Crew Program." SpaceX to Bring Crew to Short-Staffed Space Station for Longer Stay
"Two NASA astronauts will now stay for more than a month and not two weeks during their first flight aboard the Crew Dragon capsule."
Next Heroes: SpaceX Crew Answers Questions Before Historic Launch.
Few days before SpaceX and NASA launch of Crew Dragon's second demonstration mission (Demo-2), Douglas G. Hurley and Robert L. Behnken sit to answer questions during an online press conference.
Here are the extended highlights
'We are a go' for SpaceX Demo-2 launch after review, says NASA Chief
NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine announces that NASA's historic Space Demo-2 launch is a "go" after the Flight Readiness Review was completed on May 22, 2020. Full Story: https://www.space.com/spacex-crew-dragon-demo-2-go-for-launch.html Credit: NASA
Crew Dragon & Falcon 9 Rolled Out to Launch Pad 39A
The Crew Dragon for the Demo-2 mission and the Falcon 9 rocket were rolled out and erected at the Launch Pad 39A of Kennedy Space Center yesterday, May 21st 2020 ahead of the historic launch on May 27th. Liftoff of this historic mission is set for 20:33 UTC, 16:33 Local time on May 27th 2020 and we'll have live video from the pad starting at 16:00 UTC to cover astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken boarding the vehicle, fueling and liftoff. This will be the first American manned mission to liftoff from American soil on an American vehicle since Space Shuttle Atlantis on STS-135 back in 2011. #RocketLaunch #Demo2 #LaunchAmerica #Falcon9
SpaceX spacesuits are a new breed
Astronauts launching to space aboard SpaceX's Crew Dragon spacecraft will be sporting a next-generation spacesuit. It is "designed to be functional, lightweight, and to offer protection from potential depressurization," according to NASA.
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SpaceX Demo 2
MAY 27 4:20PM ET!!!! Humans launching to space again from American soil!! It's been 10 years! And this is the first time fr SpaceX!! Also what are your thoughts on private and governmental sectors working together!!? 2:43:00 SpaceX Falcon9 stage separation caught on my iPhone from Venice Beach, CA LET'S CONNECT:: Instagram: @Astroathens
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Know Your Crew! With Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley
The first astronauts ever to launch on a SpaceX rocket and crew vehicle have been training together for this flight for years, so you’d guess that they know each other pretty well. See for yourself—NASA’s SpaceX Demo-2 astronauts, Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken, have fun answering questions about each other as they get set to make history. HD Download: https://archive.org/details/jsc2020m000153_Know_Your_Crew_With_Bob_Behnken_and_Doug_Hurley
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Everything you need to know about SpaceX and NASA’s historic Crew Dragon mission
From Kennedy Space Center’s launch complex on May 27, NASA and SpaceX will launch the first crewed flight into orbit from U.S. soil since 2011. NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley and Douglas Hurley will fly on SpaceX’s Crew Dragon spacecraft, lifting off on a Falcon 9 rocket. SpaceX will be the first private company to launch astronauts to the International Space Station (ISS)
Astronauts inbound to Kennedy Space Center for SpaceX DM-2 🔴 Live
SpaceX will launch the second demonstration mission of its Crew Dragon vehicle as part of NASA's Commercial Crew Transportation Capability Program (CCtCap), carrying two NASA astronauts to the International Space Station. This mission will be the first crewed flight to launch from the United States since the end of the Space Shuttle program in 2011. DM-2 demonstrates the Falcon 9 and Crew Dragon's ability to safely transport crew to the space station and back to Earth and it is the last major milestone for certification of Crew Dragon. NASA has extend the mission duration to allow the astronauts to participate as Expedition 63 crew members. The exact duration of the mission will be determined in orbit based on the readiness of the first operational crew mission. Spacecraft Commander: Doug Hurley
Joint Operations Commander: Bob Behnken Booster Core: 1058.1 (brand new)
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NASA's SpaceX Demo-2 crew arrive in Florida ahead of launch
NASA astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken arrived at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida on May 20, 2020. They are scheduled to launch aboard a SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft atop a Falcon 9 rocket on May 27. Credit: NASA
Tim Talks Space #3 - Rocket Science
Join astronaut Tim Peake and guests live during lockdown to talk about all things space - and beyond! In this episode, we’ll be talking about rocket seeds, which spent 6 months on the Space Station during Tim’s mission in 2016. Tim sent them back to Earth and the Royal Horticultural Society sent small packets out to 8600 schools across the UK, along with similar packets that had not been to space. 600,000 young people grew the seeds and monitored their progress in one of the biggest science experiments of its sort. A few seeds were also grown under laboratory conditions by scientists from Royal Holloway, University of London, and they have just published their results. Join Tim as we talk with the experts about this astonishing experiment and the results that will help us as we explore further into space. Thanks for all your questions before the show, and please also put them in the chat and Tim might be able to answer them! Brought to you by the UK Space Agency and ESERO. Useful links:
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What surprised you most in space? | Ask an Astronaut | Garrett Reisman | Big Think
What surprised you most in space?
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Astronaut Garrett Reisman took in countless indescribably beautiful views while he lived in space. But most shocking, he says, was observing the thinness of Earth's atmosphere. You can compare the thickness of the atmosphere to the diameter of Earth to the skin on an apple, or the shell of an egg. It's incredibly thin and shows just how seemingly fragile our planet is. But to put this into perspective, whereas the atmosphere reaches a height of 300,000 feet from Earth's surface, the deepest part of the ocean only reaches 35,000 feet, ten times thinner than Earth's atmosphere. Everything we experience on Earth, from sea to sky, exists on just a tiny slice of precious surface coating.
GARRETT REISMAN: Dr. Reisman was selected by NASA in 1998. His first mission was aboard the Space Shuttle Endeavour, in 2008, with a 95 day mission aboard the International Space Station. His second mission was aboard the Space Shuttle Atlantis, in 2010. During these missions, Dr. Reisman performed 3 spacewalks, operated the Space Station Robot Arm and was a flight engineer aboard the Space Shuttle. He served as a technical consultant for the film Ad Astra and is currently a technical advisor for the TV Show For All Mankind. At present he is a Professor of Astronautical Engineering at USC, Motivational Speaker and Senior Advisor at SpaceX. Learn more at garrettreisman.com.
TRANSCRIPT: GARRETT REISMAN: A transformative moment or reaction I had, other than many beautiful things I observed, especially like the views I saw during my spacewalks and things that were just indescribably wonderful. But I would say the thing that was probably the most impactful and surprising to me was when I looked at the horizon of the earth and I saw how thin the atmosphere was. That was actually really scary. It was shocking. When you look at the atmosphere from Earth orbit, it looks incredibly fragile. It's this little tiny thin blue line that separates the sunlit Earth from the black void of space. And compared to the diameter of the Earth it's tiny. I mean you could hold up your pinky and block the whole thing out very easily. I mean it looks terribly fragile. It looks like a gust of wind could come by and just strip the thing away. The next time, in fact if you're home right now at your computer please open up a browser, put this on pause and open up a browser and just Google Earth from space and then go to the images. Just look at any picture we took of the horizon of the earth from space and you'll see that thin blue line. Look for yourself at just how thin that is. When you compare the thickness of the atmosphere to the diameter of the earth it's like the same dimension or fraction or ratio I should say as the shell on an egg or the skin on an apple. It's incredibly thin and that gives you a real visceral impression of just how fragile this planet is. And by the way, this happened to me, I had this experience and then about a week later I was looking out the window and I was looking down at the Earth and I saw what you see most of the time, which is the ocean. When you look at the ocean I thought to myself well gee, how thick is that? I could see the atmosphere. I could see how thin that is. What about the ocean? How deep is it? And the answer is that the ocean is ten times less deep than the atmosphere is high. The atmosphere, we draw an arbitrary line at 100 kilometers. We call that the Karman line and we say okay, that's where the atmosphere ends and that's where space begins. And again, that's kind of made up but it's about where – the blue line you see in those photographs is probably about 80 kilometers, but let's say about 100 kilometers. That's a nice round number, that's about 300,000 feet. The deepest part of the ocean like the Marianas Trench challenger deep. The very deepest part that's about 35,000 feet deep. So that's ten times thinner than the atmosphere. So when you see that tiny thin blue line when you look at those photographs think for a moment that the ocean is ten times thinner than that. And then think about the fact as I talked about before about how this planet is perfect for us, how it provides everything we need. All the food we need, all the air we need to breathe, the water we need to drink. It's where all of our friends and family live. It's where all the animals are and the plants and rainbows and mountain ranges and whales in the ocean. All that stuff that makes this our home... Read the full transcript at https://bigthink.com/videos/nasa-astronaut
NASA buys another Soyuz seat | TMRO News
This week Ryan tells us about SpaceX's Starship SN4, SN5, SN6, and how you can pilot your own Crew Dragon. Jared covers NASA purchasing a Soyuz seat just in case, along with launches, and preparations continuing on NASA's Perseverance rover through the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Tamitha Skov gives up the scoop on our Sun and the space weather it's popping off this week. And remember you can always help out the shows of TMRO by becoming a member here: https://www.youtube.com/user/TMRO/join
#EZScience Episode 8: Your Career Questions Answered!
Let's talk about science! Watch the eighth episode of our #EZScience series to hear answers to your questions about studying the field of space science and careers in space exploration. ABOUT THE SERIES: In our #EZScience video series with the National Air and Space Museum, NASA's associate administrator for science Dr. Thomas Zurbuchen and Museum director Dr. Ellen Stofan talk about the latest in planetary science and exploration. Learn more about the series: https://www.nasa.gov/ezscience
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Canadarm & End Effector with Dee
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Space to Ground: SLIME IN SPACE!!!: 05/08/2020
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Meet the astronauts set to make history in a SpaceX capsule
Veteran NASA astronauts Robert Behnken and Doug Hurley speak with CNN Business' Rachel Crane about their upcoming test flight aboard SpaceX's Crew Dragon spacecraft. They'll be the first humans sent to space from US soil since the Shuttle program ended almost a decade ago. Produced by Gabe Ramirez
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