The harness we wear to run on a treadmill in space is sort of like a backpack. But the engineering is way more complicated.
On Space Station every hour is accounted for, and hardly a minute is wasted. Here's how my day is divided.
A Space Station group portrait, taken in thermal infrared.
If you want good pictures in space, make it as dark as you can.
Here's what we left inside the SpaceX Dragon capsule before we closed the hatch last month.
What would you do? A poem.
As you can see in this video, right now we are in a phase of continuous twilight.
Are ice crystals different in microgravity? I had a look.
Weightlifting in weightlessness is now my favorite oxymoron.
When something breaks on a spacecraft, you have to get your hands dirty.
It's okay to shine a laser at the space station, but not at airplanes.
A European cargo vehicle gives the Space Station a lift.
...and she beckons my return. A poem.
Reflections in the Cupola window.
Europe's Automated Transfer Vehicle, caught on camera as it approaches the Space Station.
Long-exposure astrophotos taken from orbit can produce unexpected patterns.
The bright lights of oil platforms appear as sparkling constellations off the coast of South America.
And a high-tech box to store it in.
A group of San Antonio astronomers shine a light visible from orbit
When it comes to recycling water, space station astronauts are on the frontier.
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