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Astronaut Shoots into Space Reciting Greek Poet Cavafy’s “Ithaca”

An astronaut of Axiom Space recited "Ithaca," the work of renowned Greek poet Constantine Cavafy as the crew of four lifted away from Florida's Kennedy Space Center on Saturday. Israeli investor and philanthropist, Eytan Stibbe, recited the poem "Ithaca" which...

US Astronaut’s ISS Return, Courtesy of Russia, Hangs in Balance: NASA

US astronaut Mark Vande Hei is slated to share a ride back from the International Space Station (ISS) aboard Russia's Soyuz capsule later this month, despite tensions over the war in Ukraine, NASA said on Monday. Russia-US cooperation aboard the...

Sanctions and Tensions Affecting ISS, Other International Space Projects

Russian sanctions and the incredibly heightened tensions that have resulted from the Russian invasion of Ukraine are affecting the ISS, the international space station, which represents the joint effort of several nations. The Earth's laboratory in space finds itself jeopardized...

Elon Musk Rides to the Rescue After Russia’s ISS Threat

Elon Musk said SpaceX will rescue the International Space Station (ISS) if Russia follows through on threats to drop it from orbit amid the Russia-Ukraine crisis, The Sun reported on Tuesday. Russian space chief Dimitry Rogozin warned Russian help was...

Greek Adoption Agency to Preserve Records of Thousands of Orphans

ISS Greece, an adoption agency which once catered to thousands of foreigners, is now in the process of digitizing their records.

Greek University to Conduct its First Experiment on International Space Station

A new, innovative space module, partially constructed by Greece's Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH), will be launched from Florida's Kennedy Space Center at Cape Canaveral on July 8, 2019, Greek media reported on Thursday. Referencem Ultiscale Experiment for Boiling Investigation,...