1. New Crew Safely Aboard the Space Station on This Week @NASA – October 16, 2020  NASA
  2. Oxygen Supply Just Failed in Part of The ISS, But Everyone Is Safe So Far  ScienceAlert
  3. ISS oxygen supply system in Russian module fails, but the crew is OK  CNET
  4. Cosmonaut snaps amazing photos of Soyuz rocket launch from space  Live Science
  5. Cosmonauts patch small air leak on International Space Station: reports  Space.com
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The oxygen supply system has failed in a module on the Russian segment of the International Space Station (ISS) but the crew is in no danger, Russian space agency Roscosmos said Thursday.The oxygen supply system has failed in a module on the Russian segment of the International Space Station (ISS) but the crew is in no danger, Russian space agency Roscosmos said Thursday.

Oxygen Supply Just Failed in Part of The ISS, But Everyone Is Safe So Far

First a pesky air leak on the space station and now this.First a pesky air leak on the space station and now this.

ISS oxygen supply system in Russian module fails, but the crew is OK - CNET

Russian cosmonaut Ivan Vagner captured photos of a Soyuz rocket carrying three astronauts blasting off to join the crew on the International Space Station.

Blastoff! Cosmonaut snaps amazing photos of Soyuz rocket launch from space | Live Science

Astronauts may be making progress in the fight against the small leak that has beleaguered the International Space Station two months now.

Cosmonauts patch small air leak on International Space Station: reports | Space

The oxygen supply system on the Russian half of the International Space Station failed on Wednesday. The crew is safe thanks to a second oxygen system on the U.S. half of the spacecraft. Repairs to the oxygen system will be carried out today.The oxygen supply system on the Russian half of the International Space Station failed on Wednesday. The crew is safe thanks to a second oxygen system on the U.S. half of the spacecraft. Repairs to…

An air supply system on the ISS just failed – BGR

The space station has two oxygen-supply systems, so for now, crew members are safe, according to Roscosmos.The space station has two oxygen-supply systems, so for now, crew members are safe, according to Roscosmos.

One of the International Space Station's oxygen-supply systems failed - Business Insider

Six International Space Station residents will spend a week working together in low-Earth orbit before splitting up on October 21. As the new Expedition 64 trio gets used to life in space, four more astronauts are planning to join them in November. Three new station crew members are adapting to l

New Residents Adjust to Life on International Space Station

Another UFO appeared during a International Space Station live stream and NASA turned the camera to try to hide its appearance.Another UFO appeared during a International Space Station live stream and NASA turned the camera to try to hide its appearance.

NASA Turns Camera Away As UFO Is Spotted On ISS Live Stream

UFO hunters are added fuel to bizarre NASA conspiracy theory claims after a International Space Station (ISS) live stream was altered after the appearance of an apparent anomaly.UFO hunters are added fuel to bizarre NASA conspiracy theory claims after a International Space Station (ISS) live stream was altered after the appearance of an apparent anomaly.

UFO sighting: NASA conspiracy claim as space station camera ‘tried to hide alien craft' | Weird | News | Express.co.uk

Mercury-bound spacecraft gets an assist from Venus – Spaceflight Now

A Russian Soyuz spacecraft blasted off from Kazakhstan for the International Space Station on Wednesday (October 14). But could this mission mark the end of an era? It's the last Russian flight scheduled to carry an American astronaut -- because they'll be flying on SpaceX instead. NASA microbiologist Kate Rubins in onboard with two Russian cosmonauts. In 2016, she became the first person to sequence DNA in space. On Tuesday (October 13), Rubins spoke about the special anniversary that'll take while she's on the space station. "Twenty years anniversary of continuous human presence in space is going to be quite an event and I think that all three of us look forward to be there during that time." NASA's space shuttle program ended in 2011. Since then, it's relied on Russia to ferry its astronauts to the space station. But in 2014, the U.S. space agency contracted Space X and Boeing to build competing space capsules in an effort to reclaim NASA's launch independence. The $8 billion program enabled Space X's first manned trip to the space station in May, marking the first from home soil in nearly a decade. NASA and Russia's space agency Roscosmos have committed to continue the flight-sharing partnership. They're in talks about flying Russian astronauts on U.S. vehicles, and flying U.S. astronauts on Russian rockets when needed. But, for now, this is the last time Russia will take an American astronaut into space.A Russian Soyuz spacecraft blasted off from Kazakhstan for the International Space Station on Wednesday (October 14). But could this mission mark the end of an era? It's the last Russian flight scheduled to carry an American astronaut -- because they'll be flying on SpaceX instead. NASA microbiologist Kate Rubins in onboard with two Russian cosmonauts. In 2016, she became the first person to sequence DNA in space. On Tuesday (October 13), Rubins spoke about the special anniversary that'll take while she's on the space station. "Twenty years anniversary of continuous human presence in space is going to be quite an event and I think that all three of us look forward to be there during that time." NASA's space shuttle program ended in 2011. Since then, it's relied on Russia to ferry its astronauts to the space station. But in 2014, the U.S. space agency contracted Space X and Boeing to build competing space capsules in an effort to reclaim NASA's launch independence. The $8 billion program enabled Space X's first manned trip to the space station in May, marking the first from home soil in nearly a decade. NASA and Russia's space agency Roscosmos have committed to continue the flight-sharing partnership. They're in talks about flying Russian astronauts on U.S. vehicles, and flying U.S. astronauts on Russian rockets when needed. But, for now, this is the last time Russia will take an American astronaut into space.

Russia blasts off U.S. astronaut: end of an era? [Video]

The oxygen supply has just failed in part of the ISS,...The oxygen supply has just failed in part of the ISS,...

The oxygen supply has just failed in part of the ISS,...