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ISS and the Moon Featured ISS Space Station Print

ISS and the Moon

ISS and the Moon. The International Space Station (ISS, upper left) is orbiting the Earth here at an altitude of around 390 kilometres. The Moon orbits the Earth at a distance of around 385, 000 kilometres, nearly 1000 times as far, but is far larger, being around 3480 kilometres across compared to the ISS width of around 100 metres. The ISS takes a few minutes to cross the sky, orbiting the Earth every 92 minutes. The Moon rises and sets daily due to the rotation of the Earth, taking just over 27 days to complete its orbit. Photographed on 4 January 2012 from Houston, Texas, USA


SpaceX CRS-2 launch, March 2013 Featured ISS Space Station Print

SpaceX CRS-2 launch, March 2013

SpaceX CRS-2 launch. Space Exploration Technologies (SpaceX) Falcon 9 rocket lifting off from Space Launch Complex 40, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida, USA, at 10:10am local time (EST) on 1 March 2013. The rocket is carrying a Dragon capsule filled with cargo. This is the third trip by the SpaceX Dragon capsule to the International Space Station (ISS). This mission is the second of 12 SpaceX flights contracted by NASA to resupply the ISS. It originated from NASA's COTS (Commercial Orbital Transportation Services) initiative, set up to encourage private companies to ship cargo to the ISS after the retirement of the shuttle program in 2011


Europe and middle east at night, ISS Featured ISS Space Station Print

Europe and middle east at night, ISS

Europe and middle east at night photographed by astronauts on the International Space Station (ISS) on 21st October 2011. This image is one frame from a time-lapse series of stills taken as the ISS passed from the UK over Europe and over the middle east. This frame shows Turkey in the foreground, Cyprus as the tear-shaped island on the right, at far left, the dark region is the Black Sea, while at middle right, cities along the coast line of Syria light up before the unlit region of the Syrian Desert (upper right corner). The ISS orbits the Earth at an altitude of some 360 kilometres. It travels at a ground speed of 27, 724 km (17, 227 mi) per hour and orbits the Earth every 90 minutes