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.
After spending nearly a year in space, NASA astronaut Scott Kelly recently announced his retirement from the space agency.
At the first annual Space Commerce Conference and Exposition, the NASA Administrator talked about the stronger role private companies will have in allowing NASA to focus on certain goals, including humans going to Mars.
If you've always wanted to wear that space suit and try out the espresso machine in the international space station, or (merely) to contribute to research about the Red Planet, now's your chance to get that application in on time.
The final preparations are underway to put a Russian and American astronaut into space for a full year - an important step as each country's respective space agencies prepare to move humanity's explorers into deeper space.
Astronauts Reid Wiseman of NASA and Alexander Gerst of the European Space Agency (ESA) took a casual stroll around the exterior of the International Spaces Station (ISS) yesterday performing minor repairs and one important installation - all of which occurred without a hitch.
Scientists from MIT have designed a next-generation spacesuit that acts practically as a second skin, and could revolutionize the way future astronauts travel into space.
The European Space Agency (ESA) has developed a hands free device that will allow their astronauts to consult audio manuals, videos, and ground control on demand inside their spacesuits and while floating around the International Space Station (ISS).
Particularly low gravity can confuse the brain, making it harder to tell up from down despite what your eyes are telling you. That can make moon walks a lot harder than astronauts make it look.
Training astronauts and caving specialists will soon descend into the depths of the Earth in order to train for future space missions, according to the European Space Agency (ESA).