Tag Archives: ISS

ISS capture by AAAP member

by John Miller Fellow AAAP member, John Harding, sent this ISS image he shot some years ago (he describes just below). Grab your camera and tripod for the next flyby.  Contest time! Send in your entries to secretary@princetonastronomy.org by August … Continue reading

Posted in June 2021, Sidereal Times | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Because Rust Never Sleeps

by Michael Wright In May, I ran a workshop in Orlando on “Successful Preservation Practices for Steel Bridge Coatings”. Representatives from NASA presented at the workshop and invited the participating experts from various Departments of Transportation to tour their Corrosion … Continue reading

Posted in Mid-summer 2016, Sidereal Times | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

First Ever ISS Sighting & Star Party at AAAP Monthly Meeting

by Dr. Ken Kremer April was a great month for overhead viewing of the International Space Station all across the US and in our astronomy club’s hometown of Princeton. Coincidentally, there was an ISS over flight set for the evening … Continue reading

Posted in May 2012, Sidereal Times | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Robotics Research Success at the ISS

Ken Kremer of Spaceflight magazine, Universe Today & AAAP From March 7 to 9, a combined team of American and Canadian engineers successfully performed groundbreaking robotics research aboard the ISS during first-of-its-kind joint operations between NASA’s new Robotic Refueling Mission … Continue reading

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