Year-in-Space Astronaut Scott Kelly Named Breitling Watches Ambassador
NASA and Russia launched a joint one year mission to the International Space Station. NASA's Scott Kelly and cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko lifted off to the orbiting outpost on March 27, 2015, and landed 340 days later after just under a year in microgravity.
What do you do if you’re stuck zooming above the Earth in a space station about the size of a football field for 340 days? You take a lot of pictures.
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His skin feels on fire, his body is weak and he can't shoot hoops, but Scott Kelly said even after a year in space, he'd still like to go back — but he doubts it will be with NASA.
Scott Kelly Returns from 1-Year Mission, But Science Experiments Continue
A NASA jet brought one-year astronaut Scott Kelly home to Houston early Thursday morning (March 3), where Jill Biden, the wife of Vice President Joe Biden, was waiting with beer and apple pie.
Scott Kelly has mixed emotions about being back on Earth after an unprecedented 340-day mission aboard the International Space Station, the NASA astronaut says in a newly released postlanding video.
LEGO minifigures of the Expedition 46 crew, including the One Year Mission participants Scott Kelly and Mikhail Kornienko, are now on board the International Space Station.
NASA's Scott Kelly returned after spending one year on the International Space Station.
Houston, they're back. After a yearlong mission to the International Space Station, American astronaut Scott Kelly and Russian cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko have finally returned to their home planet.
U.S. astronaut Scott Kelly bid farewell to Twitter at the end of his yearlong mission this morning with a sequence of five sunrise photos before he leaves the International Space Station.