On Friday, August 18, NASA launched the third in a series of three advanced, Tracking and Data Relay Satellites, known as TDRS-M, from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, in Florida. This latest addition to the fleet will augment a space communications network that provides the critical path for high data-rate communication to a host of spacecraft including the International Space Station and its resupply vehicles, the Hubble Space Telescope and many of NASA’s Earth-observing fleet spacecraft.
International Space Station Astronauts Conduct Third Spacewalk in Eight Days
NASA’s Documentary Film: Hubble25
NASA’s Documentary Film: Hubble25 (Abbreviated Version)
NASA Launches Go Ultra-High Definition
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