Friday, March 5

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Spacewalk at the International Space Station
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Spacewalk at the International Space Station

Spacewalk at the International Space Station Slip into the weekend while cheering on two astronauts working in the vacuum of space! At 7 a.m. EST on Friday, Mar. 5, Kate Rubins of NASA and Soichi Noguchi of JAXA (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency) will exit the International Space Station to vent ammonia from the Early Ammonia System and complete several other tasks outside the orbital lab. Once their spacesuits are switched to battery power, the spacewalk is scheduled to last approximately six-and-a-half hours.
Eyes Up – March
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Eyes Up – March

Eyes Up – March The night sky offers a show unlike anything else. In this monthly series, we will explore some of the top viewing experiences for backyard astronomers. March 3 – Mars makes an appearance Look for Mars this evening, about 3 degrees from the star cluster Pleiades, also known as the Seven Sisters. March 5 – Jupiter and Mercury appear at their closest At the start of morning twilight, Jupiter and Mercury will appear at their closest, just 1.5 degrees above the horizon in the east-southeast. March 6 – Mercury at greatest elongation Catch a glimpse of a half-lit apparition of Mercury this morning through your telescope when it reaches its greatest angular separation from the Sun. March 14 – Cheshire Moon If you are in the Washington DC area or at a similar latitude, take a look u...
Why Life on the International Space Station Sucks
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Why Life on the International Space Station Sucks

Why Life on the International Space Station Sucks Living in space aboard the International Space Station sucks 100% and in today's epic space video you will find out why! We're going aboard the ISS to show you how insane the living conditions are, not to mention the serious health problems a prolonged period in space can cause. It's all right here, what are you waiting for! 🔔 SUBSCRIBE TO THE INFOGRAPHICS SHOW ► https://www.youtube.com/c/theinfographicsshowOFFICIAL?sub_confirmation=1 🔖 MY SOCIAL PAGES TikTok ► https://www.tiktok.com/@theinfographicsshow Discord ► https://discord.gg/theinfographicsshow Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/TheInfographicsShow Twitter ► https://twitter.com/TheInfoShow 💭 SUGGEST A TOPIC https://www.theinfogr...
Solving Space: Pioneer 10 Launch
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Solving Space: Pioneer 10 Launch

Solving Space: Pioneer 10 Launch Launched on March 2, 1972, Pioneer 10 was the first spacecraft to travel through the asteroid belt, and the first spacecraft to make direct observations and obtain close-up images of Jupiter. The mission was a spectacular success through its completion on January 23, 2003. Solve Space by unscrambling this image and learn more about Pioneer 10 and how we get there! Learn More About It Originally designed for a 21-month mission to fly by Jupiter, Pioneer 10 lasted more than 30 years. Pioneer 10 sent its last signal to Earth in January 2003 from a distance of 7.6 billion miles (12.23 billion kilometers). Its accomplishments are unmatched by any other robotic spacecraft to date. The spacecraft’s mass was 569 pounds (258 kilogra...