Three astronauts aboard the Russian Soyuz spacecraft successfully arrived at the International Space Station (ISS) and will begin their six-month stay at the orbiting laboratory.
A NASA astronaut just broke a world record as the oldest female astronaut to arrive at the International Space Station (ISS).
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.
US Representative Brian Babin, the Chairman of the House Space Subcommittee, expressed his full support on the Trump administration’s space policy proposal involving the reestablishment of the National Space Council with Vice President-elect Mike Pence as its head.
The Russian rocket that will transport three astronauts to the International Space Station (ISS) is up and ready the Baikonur Cosmodrome launch pad in Kazakhstan.
China’s Long March-5 rocket has recently made its maiden voyage into near-Earth orbit. According to scientists, this rocket alone is powerful enough to land people on the moon.
The International Space Station has not had a suitable ambulance since the days of the space shuttle fleet. But astronomers think the mysterious Air Force X-37B space plane could make a good space ambulance.
NASA confirmed that Shane Kimbrough, who is currently aboard the International Space Station, has filed his vote sometime in the last few days.
NASA engineers are now working to extend the lifespan of life-support systems for long-duration flights to Mars and beyond.
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.
This 4K tour of the International Space Station will be the closest many would be of the ISS in this lifetime.
Three astronauts have successfully landed their Soyuz spacecraft on Earth after a 115-day mission on the International Space Station.
There was a barrage of spacewalk 'live feeds' from Facebook yesterday, Oct. 27, to the surprise of many. A lot of people have seen the footage streamed live on Facebook by social media pages such as Unilad. Apparently, the NASA "spacewalk Facebook" live is fake.
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.