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News Archive / Tagged: Barry WIlmore

  • Astronauts complete 185th ISS EVA

    Joe LatrellFebruary 21st, 2015

    Two astronauts stepped outside the comfort of the International Space Station (ISS) and began the first of three spacewalks designed to upgrade the orbiting laboratory and prepare it for the arrival of commercial vehicles in the coming years. The spacewalk started just behind schedule at 7:45 am EST (1247 GMT). Barry “Butch” Wilmore and Terry Virts set […]

  • NASA / Made in Space produce ‘replicated’ wrench on International Space Station

    Joe LatrellJanuary 2nd, 2015

    While not quite the ‘replicator’ from the Star Trek television series and movies – a new technology is proving its worth on orbit. NASA and the commercial space company Made In Space – have successfully ‘printed’ a small ratchet wrench, that did not exist on the International Space Station (ISS) before it was transmitted up to the Expedition 42 […]

  • Expedition 41 set to launch from Kazakhstan

    SpaceFlight InsiderSeptember 24th, 2014

    Beginning with the launch of SpaceX CRS-4 on Sept. 21 and the successful docking of its Dragon cargo capsule, the International Space Station is experiencing quite a busy week. The excitement is not over yet however, as the orbital laboratory is preparing for another visit. This time, the space station will welcome more than just cargo […]