News Archive / Tagged: Expedition 60
NG-11 Cygnus released to begin multi-month post-ISS missionDerek RichardsonAugust 6th, 2019
Northrop Grumman’s NG-11 Cygnus departed the ISS after a 109-day stay aboard the outpost to begin a multi-month free-flying secondary mission.
Progress MS-12 makes fast-track flight to ISSDerek RichardsonJuly 31st, 2019
Two orbits after launching from Kazakhstan, Russia’s Progress MS-12 cargo spacecraft rendezvoused and docked with the International Space Station.
CRS-18 Dragon arrives at ISS with new docking adapterDerek RichardsonJuly 27th, 2019
Days after threading the needle with weather to launch, SpaceX’s CRS-18 Dragon spacecraft rendezvoused and berthed with the International Space Station.
From Lunar to LEO, MS-13 trio blasts off toward ISSJason RhianJuly 20th, 2019
Fifty years is a long time. In the past half-century NASA has gone from launching men to the Moon to being dependent on the Russian Federal Space Agency, Roscosmos, for access to low-Earth orbit. The latest flight under the agreement took place 50 years to the day NASA achieved what was once believed to be impossible.
Soyuz MS-11 trio returns to Earth after 7 months in spaceDerek RichardsonJune 25th, 2019
Three International Space Station crew members returned to Earth in the Soyuz MS-11 spacecraft, bringing an end to their 204-day mission.
NASA astronaut assigned record-setting missionDerek RichardsonApril 23rd, 2019
Having been aboard the International Space Station for about a month, NASA astronaut Christina Koch is set for an extended stay of about 11 months.
There (almost) and back again: Crew of aborted Soyuz mission reassignedHeather SmithDecember 6th, 2018
NASA has announced that Nick Hague will join Aleksey Ovchinin again for a launch on Feb 28, 2019, after their mission was aborted in October 2018.