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NASA to ignite samples aboard OA-5 Cygnus spacecraft for second space fire experiment

In their second space fire experiment, NASA scientists will remotely ignite samples aboard US aerospace major Orbital ATK’s Cygnus spacecraft that has departed the international space station...
BGR India

Saffire-II: NASA ignites second space fire experiment aboard Orbital ATK&#039;s Cygnus cargo craft

While NASA has conducted studies aboard the space shuttle and International Space Station (ISS), risks to the crew have forced these experiments to be limited in size and scope.
Zee News

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News video: Spacecraft Delivers Fresh Supplies To ISS

Spacecraft Delivers Fresh Supplies To ISS 00:51

The Cygnus spacecraft successfully brought food and science gear to the International Space Station.
Source: Vocativ - Affiliate -

News video: The longest delivery order in the Galaxy

The longest delivery order in the Galaxy 00:50

An Orbital ATK Cygnus capsule loaded with 2,400 kilos of food, supplies, equipment and science experiments has docked with the International Space Station, 410 kilometres above the earth. The..
Source: euronews (in English) -

News video: Commercial Cargo Craft Docks With International Space Station

Commercial Cargo Craft Docks With International Space Station 03:49

US commercial aerospace manufacturer Orbital ATK delivered more than 2.5 tons of supplies and science experiments to the International Space Station on Sunday, via their cargo craft..
Source: Storyful Studio -

News video: Space Station Receives First Delivery in Two Years

Space Station Receives First Delivery in Two Years 00:43

On Sunday, The International Space Station received its first shipment from Virginia in over two years. The shipment, containing about 5000 pounds of supplies, was launched on Monday from Wallops..
Source: Wochit Tech -

News video: Watch Orbital’s First Successful Rocket Launch In Two Years

Watch Orbital’s First Successful Rocket Launch In Two Years 01:10

Two years after its catastrophic explosion, Orbital is back with the successful launch of its ISS-bound Antares rocket.
Source: Vocativ - Affiliate -

 

Orbital ATK&#039;s Cygnus cargo spacecraft departs from Space Station

The Orbital ATK’s Cygnus cargo spacecraft departed from the International Space Station (ISS) on Monday, November 21 at 8:20 a.m. EST.
Zee News

Orbital ATK to build NASA’s next Landsat satellite

NASA has awarded aerospace and defense technology major Orbital ATK a contract to build Landsat 9, an advanced land surface mapping satellite to be operated by the US Geological Survey..
BGR India Also reported by •newKerala.com

Orbital cargo ship arrives at space station

An unmanned cargo ship operated by the US company Orbital ATK arrived today at the International Space Station, delivering 2.5 tons of food and supplies to the six astronauts living in orbit. US..
DNA Also reported by •All India Radio

Orbital ATK resupply mission launches to space station


newKerala.com Also reported by •Zee NewsOneindia

Watch: Unmanned Orbital ATK rocket blasts off for ISS cargo run

Antares rocket owned by Orbital ATK Inc blasted off from Virginia on Monday at 7:45 pm EDT (2340 GMT).
DNA

Mission to resupply ISS launched in US

Washington, Oct 18: US aerospace firm Orbital ATK launched its sixth resupply mission to the International Space Station (ISS), using an upgraded Antares rocket almost two years after its predecessor..
Oneindia

Orbital ATK launches cargo into space aboard Antares rocket

 Orbital ATK on Monday blasted off its revamped Antares rocket carrying supplies and science experiments to the International Space Station two years after a major rocket explosion.
Zee News

Orbital rocket set for return to flight two years after disaster

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (Reuters) - Orbital ATK Inc plans to launch a revamped Antares rocket on a mission to supply the International Space Station on Monday, returning to flight for the first time since..
Reuters India

NASA resupply mission to space station: Orbital ATK&#039;s Antares rocket launch delayed by 24 hours due to glitch

As per NASA, the launch is now scheduled for Monday, October 17 at 7:40 p.m. EDT (2340 GMT).
Zee News

NASA resupply mission to the International Space Station postponed

The US space agency and its partner Orbital ATK have postponed the launch of the companys next commercial resupply mission to the International Space Station to no earlier than October 16, as the..
BGR India Also reported by •Oneindia

Atlantic storm &#039;Nicole&#039; delays launch of Orbital ATK resupply mission to space station

As the spacecraft’s trajectory takes it from Wallops and past Bermuda on its flight into orbit, the Bermuda tracking station provides downrange tracking, telemetry and flight termination support. 
Zee News

NASA selects six firms to develop habitats for Mars mission

NASA has selected six US companies to help develop prototypes and concepts of deep space habitats for future manned missions to Mars. Habitation systems provide a safe place for humans to live as we..
DNA

NASA video reveals rocket booster test in slow-motion

US space agency NASA has added yet another feather in its cap when it released a new video showing rocket motor test in extreme slow-motion using an innovative new camera. The video offers a..
BGR India

NASA successfully test-fires its most powerful rocket ‘Space Launch System’

Inching closer to send world’s most powerful rocket to Mars, US space agency NASA on Tuesday successfully fire-tested a booster for the Space Launch System (SLS) at Orbital ATK’s test facilities in..
BGR India


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