Coolant Pump Replaced on ISS on This Week @NASA

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Published on May 11, 2013

Outside the International Space Station, Expedition 35 Flight Engineers Chris Cassidy and Tom Marshburn of NASA conducted a 5-hour, 30-minute spacewalk on the station’s P6 truss to replace a suspect pump controller box which distributes coolant to the station’s thermal control system. The quick-turnaround spacewalk was mounted just 48 hours after an ammonia coolant leak developed on P6. After installing the spare pump, power was turned on, and the system appeared to be working properly with no indications of ammonia leaking from the pump. Also, Humans 2 Mars, 40th Anniversary of Skylab, Marshburn “Testifies” From Space, Next ISS Crew Focused on Launch, Curiosity Rover Update, Landsat’s Vegas Time-Lapse, Fruit Flies Improving Flight, Student Launch Projects and more!

NASA Astronaut Discusses Life Onboard ISS with Texas Legislator

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Published on May 2, 2013

Aboard the International Space Station, Expedition 35 Flight Engineer Chris Cassidy of NASA discussed life and research on the orbital laboratory with students at the Fredericksburg High School in Fredericksburg, Texas, May 2 during an in-flight educational event attended by Rep. Lamar Smith (R-TX). Smith, who is the Chairman of the House Science, Space and Technology Committee, and former NASA astronaut Eileen Collins joined students to discuss the station’s activities with Cassidy, who arrived at the outpost in late March and who will remain in orbit

 

Astro Trio on “Destination: Station” Discuss Mission with Students

Published on Apr 17, 2013

Aboard the International Space Station, Expedition 35 Commander Chris Hadfield along with Flight Engineers Tom Marshburn and Chris Cassidy of NASA discussed life and research aboard the orbital laboratory with students gathered at the Fernbank Science Center in Atlanta Nov. 17. The educational in-flight event was part of NASA’s “Destination Station” traveling exhibit designed to spread the word on the wonders of ISS research and the permanent human presence in space.