This Week’s Top Space Stories!


Scientists use a bird skull to understand how they survived the asteroid collision that killed the dinosaurs, four astronauts reach the International Space Station and NASA’s Ingenuity helicopter takes its latest flight on Mars. These are some of the top stories this week from Space.com. 

Crew Dragon Endurance docks at the space station. 

SpaceX’s Crew Dragon Endurance is pictured docked with the International Space Station, on Nov. 11, 2021. (Image credit: NASA TV)

SpaceX launched four astronauts up to the International Space Station for NASA on Wednesday (Nov. 10) and they arrived at the orbital outpost the following day (Nov. 11). The Crew-3 astronauts launched from pad 39A at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Their space vehicle, called the Crew Dragon Endurance, docked with the station’s U.S.-built Harmony module while both spacecraft sailed above the Eastern Caribbean. 





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