NASA is planning to crash the International Space Station into the Pacific Ocean

NASA plans to crash the International Space Station after 2030

For the next eight years, NASA will continue to push exploration and learning in space. The third decade is about building on the success of the partnerships that the ISS has made.

The Expedition 66 crew kicked off the week today exploring how living in space affects psychology and ways to manipulate objects with sound.

NASA Flight Engineers Kayla Barron and Raja Chari took turns participating in a robotics test for the Behavioral Core Measures experiment on Monday.

Maurer started his day on the Ultrasonic Tweezers study using acoustics to manipulate objects remotely and without physical contact. 

NASA astronaut Thomas Marshburn worked throughout Monday on science hardware ensuring critical research operations run smoothly in weightlessness.

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