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From TheJournal.ie A rocket that will bring US astronauts back to space has blasted off with a dummy named 'Ripley' Capsule This post contains videos

A rocket that will bring US astronauts back to space has blasted off with a dummy named 'Ripley'

The launch is a key step towards resuming manned space flights from US soil.

From TheJournal.ie Astronauts had to hide from space junk that threatened to hit the ISS Gravity

Astronauts had to hide from space junk that threatened to hit the ISS

It was a bit of an emergency situation.

From TheJournal.ie New crew blast off to International Space Station Fly Me To The Moon

New crew blast off to International Space Station

They docked six hours after launching from Russia.

From TheJournal.ie Looking to invest in a Soviet-era space capsule? Yours for a cool €1.4 million Boldly Going Going...

Looking to invest in a Soviet-era space capsule? Yours for a cool €1.4 million

The capsule has been extensively restored to remove all trace of the searing burn marks it picked up on re-entry to Earth’s atmosphere.

From TheJournal.ie The 5 at 5: Wednesday Take Five

The 5 at 5: Wednesday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock…

From TheJournal.ie SpaceX capsule encounters problems in orbit Space

SpaceX capsule encounters problems in orbit

Three of the capsule’s four thrusters failed to fire up en route to the space station.

From TheJournal.ie Dragon returns to Earth after successful ISS mission SpaceX This post contains videos

Dragon returns to Earth after successful ISS mission

Space capsule splashed down in the Pacific Ocean today.

Video, photos: Jumping out of a space capsule at 21,800 metres Space Test This post contains videos This post contains images

Video, photos: Jumping out of a space capsule at 21,800 metres

The Red Bull Stratos project aims to break the freefall record later this year with a jump from over 36,500 metres.

From TheJournal.ie Space junk almost gets too close for comfort for astronauts Space Junk

Space junk almost gets too close for comfort for astronauts

NASA gives all-clear after alert saw debris from a Chinese satellite heading towards the International Space Station.