Space Night - How to become an Astronaut

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9 minutes before space

 
 

. Space environmental effects on materials

. Space environmental effects on humans 

.  Crews'preparation for the ISS

. Crew's preparation for the ISS  
. Commercial Crew Program - THE ESSENTIALS

 
 

The U.S. Declaration of Independence contains the inalienable rights of man, namely life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. There are many people not just in the United States but also throughout the world who desire space travel but are prevented from doing so, largely due to cost. This is a constraint on their individual freedom, their liberty and their right to pursue self-happiness for the benefit of all humankind. Space travel must be opened up to the world at large and humanity allowed to continue to explore the cosmos.
 

Army Astronauts

Retired Col. Mark Vande Hei recently left the earth for a six-month mission on the International Space Station. Learn how he, and other Army astronauts, contribute to the Human Space Flight Program. Read more at https://www.army.mil/article/185872.

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