SpaceX soon to launch BEAM to ISS

Soon the first inflatable module to the International Space Station will be launched. This is not about hotels in space, it might be the way we go to Mars.

Bigelow Aerospace: BEAM

TechCrunch: SpaceX is launching an inflatable space habitat

Wired: NASA is finally sending an inflatable habitat to the ISS

Space Daily: NASA progresses towards SpaceX resupply mission to Space Station

ArsTechnica: Here’s why next the SpaceX launch isn’t just about the booster landing

Spaceflight Insider: NASA highlights SpaceX CRS-8 experiments

Wikipedia: Bigelow Expandable Activity ModuleNASA TransHabSpaceX CRS-8

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Interactive map of the International Space Station

The European Space Agency has launched an interactive map over the International Space Station. You can now explore the ISS module by module and in video clips astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti will explain the modules more in detail. Link to the map.

NASA also have an interactive map here. Boeing has a map here. Space.com has an Infographic here.

Livestream from the ISS:

There is also a HD Livestream: ISS HD Earth Viewing Experiment

Track the ISS: ISS Tracker | ESA | AstroViewer | NASA

NASA: ISS Photo Gallery

Outer Places: Explore the International Space Station

Wikipedia: ISS | List of ISS expeditions | NASA | ESA | Samantha Cristoforetti

If you want to take ISS tracking a step further, check out ISS Above: