NASA and SpaceX are now targeting no earlier than 10:35 a.m. EST Friday, Dec. 15th, for the liftoff of the Dragon space freighter with nearly 4,800 pounds of cargo. The Dragon resupply ship is pictured April 10, 2016, after it had been captured with the Canadarm2 robotic arm. Inside Dragon was about 7,000 pounds of cargo including BEAM, the Bigelow Expandable Aerospace Module. #nasa #spacex #dragon #rocket #science #international #space #station #bigelow #beam

  • And a fresh pizza
    14-Dec-2017 08:41:52 AM
  • So proud of yall. Keep gettin it
    14-Dec-2017 10:09:24 AM
  • Forreal tho why can't we see more stars or any stars at all on the right?? Wtf
    14-Dec-2017 10:11:36 AM
  • @alejandrovalencia44 because nasa won’t allow third party docking. Won’t happen until manned.
    14-Dec-2017 11:54:48 AM
  • @brookie_7801 Do you see stars during the day? That's why you're not seeing stars now.
    14-Dec-2017 13:55:46 PM
  • @kbmangieri It's for the same reason we don't see stars at night. In this picture they're all being washed out by the sunlight and reflected light from Earth.
    14-Dec-2017 13:56:41 PM
  • Dang
    14-Dec-2017 13:57:37 PM
  • @samyisok2048 I see someone else doesn't understand fisheye lenses. It's a good thing every space agency on the planet and every person with sticks and wells to put them in are working together to lie about the shape of the planet. Because why not?
    14-Dec-2017 14:06:20 PM
  • so fake
    14-Dec-2017 14:09:23 PM
  • @geo_centric_707 Eratosthenes was able to prove it in Egypt in 240 B.C. just by digging holes in the ground and sticking sticks into the dirt and he was off by only 2%. Imaging being in the modern day and not even being able to figure out holed in the ground...
    14-Dec-2017 14:13:28 PM
  • You would still see stars because your in the university and even tho it’s day time here will will still see stars
    14-Dec-2017 15:51:00 PM
  • What happened to when the other side of the world is on the day can we not see stars on the half of your universe
    14-Dec-2017 15:52:15 PM
  • Wonderfull
    14-Dec-2017 16:51:10 PM
  • @iss What is "pounds"? Please use metric system! ☺️
    14-Dec-2017 16:54:19 PM
  • @brookie_7801 learn english before you try and learn physics. Come back when you're ready and we'll help.
    14-Dec-2017 18:54:40 PM
  • First who made you an English teacher and two it’s just common sense maybe you should stop playing like you know everything
    14-Dec-2017 18:57:45 PM
  • @adamcontreras23 and Boots thought the earth was flat 😂😂😂😂😂😂
    14-Dec-2017 19:35:04 PM
  • Views are on ridiculousness level !
    15-Dec-2017 02:03:09 AM
  • 👍🏻
    15-Dec-2017 12:34:44 PM
  • @brookie_7801 Lol, let's learn grammar first.
    15-Dec-2017 19:20:43 PM
  • @sam_rose_xj ,Wow Auto correct I’d stupid and so are you
    15-Dec-2017 19:35:26 PM
  • 15-Dec-2017 21:19:51 PM
  • We just watched you fly over Virginia!
    15-Dec-2017 23:14:36 PM
  • @brookie_7801 How many times have people like you asked this stupid question? The reason you can’t see stars is because the Earth is so bright you need a very fast shutter speed so it doesn’t look like a glowing white ball, and that fast shutter speed doesn’t allow enough light in from the stars which are much more faint so you don’t see them 🤦🏼‍♂️
    16-Dec-2017 00:41:09 AM
  • Greetings from Toronto ✌
    16-Dec-2017 14:15:03 PM
  • @brookie_7801 intelligence level brainless, conspiracy scientists incoming.
    16-Dec-2017 14:36:31 PM
  • Wow...
    17-Dec-2017 09:38:44 AM
  • 24-Dec-2017 07:42:32 AM
  • @tito_the_grower fish eye lens.... simple
    24-Dec-2017 07:45:44 AM
  • Thts not even close to a whole "Globe" in a picture .... this is actually pretty sad attempt to try to show me a half ass pic dont mean nothing I want to see the ball !! @tito_the_grower
    24-Dec-2017 07:47:24 AM
  • 24-Dec-2017 17:04:47 PM
  • Hole picture please!!
    25-Dec-2017 17:14:39 PM
  • Aobde
    29-Dec-2017 14:15:54 PM
  • That's whats up!
    30-Dec-2017 15:29:20 PM
  • awesome!
    05-Jan-2018 19:05:11 PM
  • @j.r.gill stars are far brighter then the earth which is why we see them from billions of light years away lol but the real question imo is... 2200 satellites orbiting the earth & they never appear on iss live feed? Why's that?
    19-Jan-2018 20:10:50 PM
  • @j.r.gill how come when we see the earth in darkness from the iss the stars don't become illuminated? Can they not be taken in by the Shutter speed when the earth is dark? Is a dark earth still to bright? It is possible to be on the earth & take pictures or video from your phone & capture stars visible during the day & not possible from space....?
    19-Jan-2018 20:17:22 PM
  • @akdrew88 Most of the satellites are in orbit much farther away than the ISS i think. So unless the live feed is just capturing empty space away from earth it stands to reason seeing another satellite would be pretty rare. Also the objects are traveling so fast and at different trajectories that any relatively close “fly bys” probably only get with in a few hundred miles of each other if that.
    19-Jan-2018 23:59:16 PM
  • @akdrew88 I’ve not ever seen a picture taken during the day where any stars are visible (obviously other than the sun). I think to pick up enough light from any other stars the shutter would have to be open so the entire photo would just look like a white blur.
    20-Jan-2018 00:00:57 AM
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