Today, two humans worked outside the International Space Station (@iss) in the vacuum of space for 6 hours and 49 minutes. During their time outside, NASA astronauts Randy Bresnik (@astrokomrade) and Joe Acaba made important improvements to the orbiting laboratory. From a new HD camera installation, to fixing a blown fuse, the duo worked quickly and completed all of their planned tasks.
In this GIF, Acaba uses a grease tool to lubricate the bearings on the new latching end effector, which is like the “hand” of the space station’s robotic arm.
Currently, there are six people living and working on the orbiting laboratory. Every day they conduct important research and science that will not only help life here on Earth, but will help us venture deeper into the solar system than ever before.
NASA has released a breathtaking gallery of images captured by the Hubble Space Telescope showcasing celestial objects contained in the Messier catalog, compiled by renowned French astronomer Charles Messier. The Crab Nebula, seen here by Hubble in all its glory, was the first object added to Messier’s Catalog of Nebulae and Star Clusters in the 18th century. It still astounds today. 📷: @nasa @europeanspaceagency @arizonastateuniversity
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2. Будет прекрасным подарком.
3. Великолепно красивый ночник.
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