Blurred version is a common complaint among astronauts who have just got back to Earth after a recent trip to outer space. NASA’s Scott Kelly is one of them.
Human who have stayed in space for long period of times are at risk of developing visual problems due to volume changes in the clear fluid located around the brain and the spinal cord.
Chinese astronauts at the Tiangong-2 space station are growing rice and edible weed in microgravity. The experiments could pave way for development of food sources for astronauts in the future.
Due to Russia's decision to send only one instead of two cosmonauts in its supposed two-Russian crew transport cycle, there will be a smaller crew number aboard the ISS in 2017.
A new interactive map makes it easier for people to spot the International Space Station from Earth and connect with astronauts in the orbiting lab.
The new Banxing-2 “selfie stick” satellite has captured new images of the Tiangong 2, China’s space station.
A new study revealed that astronauts traveling in space for long periods of time could most likely to suffer elevated rates of back pain and spinal disc.
Three new astronauts left the Earth and are bound for the International Space Station (ISS) aboard the Russian spacecraft Soyuz MS-02.
The Chinese space agency announced that the Shenzhou 11 rocket carrying two astronauts successfully docked to Tiangong-2 experimental space station.
A study found out that exposure to cosmic rays might be harmful to the cognitive health of astronauts.
NASA is studying the effect of extreme weather conditions to astronauts so the findings can be applied to future deep space explorations such as the journey to Mars.
NASA is working with both SpaceX and Boeing to send crew to the ISS using new space capsules capable of transporting human beings to space.
Based on a recent study, it was discovered that space radiation can indeed be harmful to an astronaut's vascular health.
Three astronauts aboard the ISS will be welcomed back to Earth on June 18 as they return from their ISS duty. The trio will be transported by the Soyuz spacecraft for their trip back home.
Mark Zuckerberg will initiate an out-of-this-world Facebook Live session with the astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS). Their conversation will be focused on the questions sent by Facebook users to NASA's official Facebook page.