NASA has lost regular communications with the International Space Station, a NASA official confirmed Tuesday.
The space agency says it is currently only able to communicate every 90 minutes when the facility passes over ground stations in Russia.
The station, which is carrying one American astronaut and two Russian cosmonauts, does not appear to be in danger, NASA spokesman Josh Byerly said.
For the Millionth time, we do not deliver Pizza to space stations. Thats it. We're hanging up on them permanently.
News flash .. There are zero Americans on the ISS. One Canadian and 2 Russians.
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Not trying to be sarcastic...the ISS orbit is well within the orbit of communications satellites. Wouldn't cell phones work on the ISS?
Cellphones... satellites.. Pick one.
If cell phones weren't based on radio antennas on earth....then maybe
Ground control to major Tom – can you hear me Major Tom?
Can we please try to keep the stories a bit more succinct?
They're using our satellites against us!!!
Flashing mirrors and Morse Code–require no electricity
The Eveready kitty is about to conclude it's 9th and final life.
It's global warming I tell ya!
Could use the fleet of carrier pigeons.
And so the Fantastic Four becomes reality!
It's Bush's fault!
Russia wants more money from us so that we may speak with our astronaut from outside Russian airspace... Surprised??
What happens when you don't do your p.m.'s, and run the dog crap out of your equipment.
It was that asteroid. It dropped off a galaxy traveler. He was disguised as a bag of macadonia nuts.
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