News Archive / Tagged: Nick Hague
Astronauts wrap 2nd spacewalk of 2019Derek RichardsonMarch 30th, 2019
Astronauts Nick Hague and Christina Koch ventured outside the International Space Station to continue work replacing aging batteries on the exterior truss.
Assignment shuffle precludes all-female spacewalkDerek RichardsonMarch 26th, 2019
NASA said assignments for the next two spacewalks outside the International Space Station have been changed because of “spacesuit availability.”
Astronauts install new batteries outside the International Space StationDerek RichardsonMarch 23rd, 2019
Two NASA astronauts ventured outside the 20-year-old International Space Station to replace aging nickel-hydrogen batteries with fresh lithium-ion units.
Gallery: Soyuz MS-12 launches into space, docks with ISSDerek RichardsonMarch 15th, 2019
With Soyuz MS-12 safely docked at the International Space Station, Expedition 59 began, bringing the outpost’s crew size back to six.
Soyuz MS-12 trio launches toward ISS, joins Expedition 59 crewMichael ColeMarch 14th, 2019
Cosmonaut Aleksey Ovchinin and astronauts Nick Hague and Christina Koch launched in their Soyuz MS-12 spacecraft to travel to the ISS for a six-month stay.
Crew of aborted Soyuz launch ready to fly again on Soyuz MS-12Michael ColeMarch 12th, 2019
NASA astronaut Nick Hague and Roscosmos cosmonaut Aleksey Ovchinin are about to get a second chance to fly to the International Space Station.
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.
Soyuz MS-10 abort: What happened and how will it affect the International Space Station?Jason RhianOctober 11th, 2018
The Soyuz launch system is out of service due to an accident that occurred during the flight of the MS-10 mission. What this means in terms of access to the International Space Station - might surprise you.