Space Station Research - Top Ten Results (Part 1)
Space Station Research - Top Ten Results (Part 1)
Videos: 933
Subscribers: 51
Views: 643
Uploaded: 4 years ago
Duration: 27:49
0 Likes, 0 Dislikes
Videos: 933
Subscribers: 51
Add this video to playlist — cancel
Select Playlist
or create new playlist
or select from list
Share this video — cancel

Flag this Video — cancel

Select the category that most closely reflects your concerns so we can review it and determine if it violates the Society Guidelines
Description
NASA has been observing the 15th Anniversary of the launch of the first few modules of the International Space Station back in November of 1998. In this coming February, we’ll mark the 13th Anniversary of the arrival of the U.S. Laboratory Destiny to the International Space Station on a space shuttle mission during Expedition One. Science research has been going on on board the space station throughout the assembly process, but now that the assembly is essentially complete the science activity both inside and outside the space station is taking the primary focus of the activity on orbit. A few months ago, the International Astronautical Federation asked International Space Station Chief Scientist, Julie Robinson, to share the top 10 research results from the station at the International Astronautical Congress in Beijing, and she joins Pat Ryan of NASA Public Affairs to talk about some of those. Read Dr. Robinson’s Blog, A Lab Aloft: http://blogs.nasa.gov/ISS_Science_Blog/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ISS_Research Follow us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ISS See the International Space Station as it orbits above your location: http://SpotTheStation.nasa.gov. To follow the mission, watch Space Station Live weekdays on NASA Television and get weekly updates every Friday on Space to Ground at http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLTXQuaxXBKKxRSGdbqMClH0SjTq4hnTC2 To learn more about the station, visit http://www.nasa.gov/station

Credit: NASA

Comments (0)


Login to comment
Views: 643
Uploaded: 4 years ago
Duration: 27:49
0 Likes, 0 Dislikes
Videos: 933
Subscribers: 51
Description
NASA has been observing the 15th Anniversary of the launch of the first few modules of the International Space Station back in November of 1998. In this coming February, we’ll mark the 13th Anniversary of the arrival of the U.S. Laboratory Destiny to the International Space Station on a space shuttle mission during Expedition One. Science research has been going on on board the space station throughout the assembly process, but now that the assembly is essentially complete the science activity both inside and outside the space station is taking the primary focus of the activity on orbit. A few months ago, the International Astronautical Federation asked International Space Station Chief Scientist, Julie Robinson, to share the top 10 research results from the station at the International Astronautical Congress in Beijing, and she joins Pat Ryan of NASA Public Affairs to talk about some of those. Read Dr. Robinson’s Blog, A Lab Aloft: http://blogs.nasa.gov/ISS_Science_Blog/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ISS_Research Follow us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ISS See the International Space Station as it orbits above your location: http://SpotTheStation.nasa.gov. To follow the mission, watch Space Station Live weekdays on NASA Television and get weekly updates every Friday on Space to Ground at http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLTXQuaxXBKKxRSGdbqMClH0SjTq4hnTC2 To learn more about the station, visit http://www.nasa.gov/station

Credit: NASA