Scipsy

If it’s okay with the commander, the astronaut can sleep anywhere in the space station so long as they attach themselves to something

Living In Space: Space sleep (via @edyong209)

I wonder how strange it would be to sleep at zero gravity…


The International Space Station and the Docked Space Shuttle Endeavour (via NASA)

The International Space Station and the Docked Space Shuttle Endeavour (via NASA)

Endeavour’s Rendezvous Pitch Maneuver
Internation Space Station comes together
A beatiful animation/timeline.

Internation Space Station comes together

A beatiful animation/timeline.

'Nightlife' aboard the Space Station. I sure miss this view of city lights from the Cupola. New York (via @Douglas H. Wheelock)

'Nightlife' aboard the Space Station. I sure miss this view of city lights from the Cupola. New York (via @Douglas H. Wheelock)

The Journey Home 
The space shuttle Discovery is seen from the International Space Station as the two orbital spacecraft accomplish their relative separation on March 7. During a post undocking fly-around, the crew of each vessel photographed the opposing craft. (via The Journey Home)

The Journey Home

The space shuttle Discovery is seen from the International Space Station as the two orbital spacecraft accomplish their relative separation on March 7. During a post undocking fly-around, the crew of each vessel photographed the opposing craft. (via The Journey Home)

Discovery, over central Morocco during the ISS fly around before departure (by Paolo Nespoli)
Discovery goes zenith of ISS (by Paolo Nespoli)
Anchored to a Canadarm2 mobile foot restraint, NASA astronaut Steve Bowen participates in the STS-133 mission’s second spacewalk as construction and maintenance continue on the International Space Station. During the six-hour, 14-minute spacewalk, Bowen and fellow astronaut Alvin Drew tackled a variety of tasks, including venting into space some remaining ammonia from a failed pump module they moved during the mission’s first spacewalk. (via NASA - Anchored)

Anchored to a Canadarm2 mobile foot restraint, NASA astronaut Steve Bowen participates in the STS-133 mission’s second spacewalk as construction and maintenance continue on the International Space Station. During the six-hour, 14-minute spacewalk, Bowen and fellow astronaut Alvin Drew tackled a variety of tasks, including venting into space some remaining ammonia from a failed pump module they moved during the mission’s first spacewalk. (via NASA - Anchored)