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    An inside look at space flight training for civilian astronauts

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  • Congressional Space Medal of Honor recipients Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley: extended interview (Part 1)

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  • Congressional Space Medal of Honor recipients Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley: extended interview (Part 2)

    02:07
  • Trailblazing NASA astronauts awarded Congressional Space Medal of Honor

    01:56
  • As NASA looks ahead to Mars the agency remains remembering its past

    03:51
  • First mission to launch satellites into orbit from Western Europe suffers 'anomaly'

    00:52
  • Walter Cunningham, last surviving Apollo 7 astronaut, dies at 90

    02:42
  • SpaceX launches its first mission of 2023

    01:05
  • What's ahead for the space race in 2023

    03:27
  • Wrapping up NASA’s historic year and what to expect for 2023

    04:55
  • Battlefield Space: To the Moon and Beyond

    49:23
  • Filmmaker talks being selected for 1st civilian trip to moon

    04:20
  • Orion returns to Earth after 4 weeks in space

    03:02
  • James Webb telescope reveals new images of Southern Ring Nebula

    06:07
  • See the stunning new images captured by NASA’s Orion capsule

    00:29
  • China places six astronauts in orbit on its space station for first time

    00:48
  • NASA capsule makes lunar flyby on its way to record-breaking orbit

    00:56
  • NASA successfully launches rocket in Artemis I mission to moon

    01:45
  • Artemis I makes history as U.S. begins return to the moon

    01:32
  • NASA begins journey back to the moon with Artemis I launch

    03:14

NASA: 'No Concrete Data' of Ammonia Leak on ISS

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NASA announces that there is no data that an alarm, which sometimes is indicative of an ammonia leak, actually posed a threat, meanwhile the American astronauts are safely in the Russian part of the ISS as a precaution.