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ISS

1. Abbrev. for interstellar scintillation. See scattering.
2. Abbrev. for International Space Station.
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ISS

McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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According to (https://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/station/research/news/SpX18-Dragon-sample-return) NASA , one of the payloads that the Dragon Cargo will be returning with is an immersive film that shows what life aboard the ISS is like.
Previously, local custodians in Taiwan acted as intermediaries to register votes lodged by ISS' global custodian clients and others, but from today, they can simply receive ISS client vote instructions for Taiwan company portfolio holdings via Straight Through Processing (STP).
ISS added that to date it has successfully extended all other large key accounts otherwise maturing during 2018 and 2019.
This will be the first time the US space agency lets a private-sector company transport their astronauts.Nasa ended its space-shuttle programme in 2011 and since then has relied on buying spots on Russian Soyuz rockets to send US astronauts to the orbiting ISS.
Such move will shave off half of ISS' customer base from 125,300 to 62,700, and one-fifth of its employees worldwide from 490,000 to about 390,000.
Last week, experts from the Multilateral Medical Operations Panel (MMOP ISS), the Multilateral Space Medical Board (MSMB ISS), and the Multilateral Medical Policy Board (MMPB ISS) held meetings in the IBMP in Moscow to discuss human immunisation from infections and ensuring microbiological safety of ISS crews.
The US administration plans to end federal funding for the International Space Station (ISS) by the year 2025, The Washington Post reported Sunday.
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* Deliver a personalized learning experience in the form of 'My Learning - ISS', which allowed ISS employees to access online courses, learning resources as well as extensive employee development programs tailored to the company's brand values, anytime.
The ISS orbits the Earth at about 27,360 kilometres per hour, a speed at which you could possibly have covered an incredible number of gyms in a single orbit.
His training started in March -- before it was decided Gerst would take command of the ISS in two year's time and become the first German astronaut to do so.