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Significant auroras predicted for tonight Reports from NOAA and elsewhere predict a chance of significant auroras, possibly observable as far south as the northern U.S. and maybe even farther south. 9/12/14 An intense, X-class solar flare occurred on Wednesday, September 10, 2014.  It from AR2158, shown here as a bright area on the sun. This is the second major flare in two days from AR2158.  Watch for auroras both Thursday and Friday nights.  Image via NASA.

Significant auroras predicted for tonight Reports from NOAA and elsewhere predict a chance of significant auroras, possibly observable as far south as the northern U.S. and maybe even farther south. 9/12/14 An intense, X-class solar flare occurred on Wednesday, September 10, 2014. It from AR2158, shown here as a bright area on the sun. This is the second major flare in two days from AR2158. Watch for auroras both Thursday and Friday nights. Image via NASA.

NASA - ISS Assembly Mission ULF2: Nov. 14, 2008 --- Space shuttle Endeavour delivered supplies and equipment, including additional crew quarters, exercise equipment, equipment for the regenerative life support system and spare hardware, inside the Leonardo Multi-Purpose Logistics Module. While at the station, Endeavour's crew repaired and serviced crucial rotating joints for the station's giant solar arrays.

NASA - ISS Assembly Mission ULF2: Nov. 14, 2008 --- Space shuttle Endeavour delivered supplies and equipment, including additional crew quarters, exercise equipment, equipment for the regenerative life support system and spare hardware, inside the Leonardo Multi-Purpose Logistics Module. While at the station, Endeavour's crew repaired and serviced crucial rotating joints for the station's giant solar arrays.

NASA - ISS Assembly Mission LF 1: STS-114, the Space Shuttle's Return to Flight mission, delivered supplies and equipment to the International Space Station. An External Stowage Platform was installed with the assistance of Space Shuttle Discovery's robotic arm and two spacewalkers. Also, spacewalkers restored power to a failed Control Moment Gyroscope and installed a new one.

NASA - ISS Assembly Mission LF 1: STS-114, the Space Shuttle's Return to Flight mission, delivered supplies and equipment to the International Space Station. An External Stowage Platform was installed with the assistance of Space Shuttle Discovery's robotic arm and two spacewalkers. Also, spacewalkers restored power to a failed Control Moment Gyroscope and installed a new one.

NASA - ISS Assembly Mission 1J/A: March 11, 2008 --- Endeavour delivered the first pressurized component of the Japanese Kibo laboratory, the Experiment Logistics Module - Pressurized Section, to the station. The mission also delivered NASA astronaut Garrett Reisman to the station and returned European Space Agency astronaut Léopold Eyharts to Earth. In addition, the STS-123 crew delivered a Canadian robotic device called Dextre to the complex.

NASA - ISS Assembly Mission 1J/A: March 11, 2008 --- Endeavour delivered the first pressurized component of the Japanese Kibo laboratory, the Experiment Logistics Module - Pressurized Section, to the station. The mission also delivered NASA astronaut Garrett Reisman to the station and returned European Space Agency astronaut Léopold Eyharts to Earth. In addition, the STS-123 crew delivered a Canadian robotic device called Dextre to the complex.

NASA - ISS Assembly Mission 1E: Feb. 7, 2008 --- The STS-122 crew delivered and installed the European Space Agency's Columbus laboratory. Atlantis also carried European Space Agency astronaut Léopold Eyharts to the complex and returned Expedition 16 Flight Engineer Dan Tani to Earth.

NASA - ISS Assembly Mission 1E: Feb. 7, 2008 --- The STS-122 crew delivered and installed the European Space Agency's Columbus laboratory. Atlantis also carried European Space Agency astronaut Léopold Eyharts to the complex and returned Expedition 16 Flight Engineer Dan Tani to Earth.

NASA - ISS Assembly Mission 13A.1: August 8, 2007 -- The STS-118 crew delivered and installed the third starboard truss segment, the ITS S5 Truss. A SPACEHAB single cargo module delivered supplies and equipment to the International Space Station.

NASA - ISS Assembly Mission 13A.1: August 8, 2007 -- The STS-118 crew delivered and installed the third starboard truss segment, the ITS S5 Truss. A SPACEHAB single cargo module delivered supplies and equipment to the International Space Station.

NASA - ISS Assembly Mission 9A: Space Shuttle Atlantis delivered the first starboard truss segment, the S1 Truss, which the STS-112 crew installed. The S1 was attached to the central truss segment, the S0 Truss. Additional cooling radiators were delivered but remained stowed until ISS Assembly Mission 12A.1. A cart, known as the Crew and Equipment Translation Aid, was delivered to help spacewalkers move equipment along the Integrated Truss Structure.

NASA - ISS Assembly Mission 9A: Space Shuttle Atlantis delivered the first starboard truss segment, the S1 Truss, which the STS-112 crew installed. The S1 was attached to the central truss segment, the S0 Truss. Additional cooling radiators were delivered but remained stowed until ISS Assembly Mission 12A.1. A cart, known as the Crew and Equipment Translation Aid, was delivered to help spacewalkers move equipment along the Integrated Truss Structure.

NASA - ISS Assembly Mission 5R: Nov. 10, 2009 --- The Mini-Research Module-2 (MRM2) launched Nov. 10, 2009, atop a Soyuz booster rocket from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan and docked to the station's Zvezda service module Nov. 12. Also known as Poisk, which means "explore" in Russian, MRM2 serves as an additional docking port for Russian vehicles, as an airlock for Russian-based spacewalks and as a platform for external science experiments.

NASA - ISS Assembly Mission 5R: Nov. 10, 2009 --- The Mini-Research Module-2 (MRM2) launched Nov. 10, 2009, atop a Soyuz booster rocket from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan and docked to the station's Zvezda service module Nov. 12. Also known as Poisk, which means "explore" in Russian, MRM2 serves as an additional docking port for Russian vehicles, as an airlock for Russian-based spacewalks and as a platform for external science experiments.

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