Going to the ISS tomorrow, ISS tomorrow, ISS, tommorrow, maybe

by | Oct 16, 2007 | NASA | 0 comments

While you can read here at Space.com about NASA’s senior managers deciding today whether to launch Space Shuttle Discovery on its latest mission to the International Space Station (ISS) on 23 October, you can find here the US space agency’s announcement for a press conference for the current ISS crew.

If you remember ISS had some computer problems a while back and in this article ex-NASA engineer and author Jim Oberg explains why.

Then if you’re interested NASASpaceflight.com has a thing about Space Shuttle software upgrades

And following yesterday’s posting of Flight’s interview with Apollo 12 lunar module pilot Al Bean, now we have posted our second of four NASA astronaut videos, this time its Apollo 15 command module pilot Al Worden

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