One lucky company might just get their hands on one of the most coveted piece of property in the universe. NASA is reportedly handing over keys of the International Space Station (ISS) to a commercial owner by the mid-2020s.
NASA astronauts Jeff Williams and Kate Rubins will be spacewalking for six and a half hours on Friday.
The Orbital ATK Antares' "Return to Flight" launch was rescheduled to September because the upgraded vehicle needs review and approval from NASA before it can fly to the International Space Station (ISS).
NASA will air the momentous spacewalk on Aug. 19 when astronauts install the new docking port outside of the International Space Station (ISS).
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.
Warp travel as portrayed in the science fiction film, “Star Trek Beyond” may just become a reality. According to NASA, the International Space Station (ISS) is discovering and creating ways for farther travels to the corners of the universe.
NASA released a Request for Information (RIF) to gauge if the private sector is interested in using the International Space Station (ISS) for commercial purposes.
NASA released a statement through an interview, saying that the agency did not intentionally cut off the live feed and that there's no UFO seen by the ISS.
Conspiracy theorists are accusing NASA of cutting ISS live feed when a mysterious object appeared on the screen. But some presented some logical explanations that could dispute alien claims.
The International Space Station just received an Internet facelift and is now using a new Solar System Internet technology.
When asked how is it like to return to Earth after a six-month space mission, British astronaut Tim Peake said it is like suffering the "world's worst hangover."
Three astronauts from the International Space Station (ISS) successfully landed back to Earth on June 18. Although generally smooth, the capsule landed on its side after being swept by the air in Kazakhstan.
A multi precision tool designed by a student from the University of Alabama was printed aboard the International Space Station, a first for its new Additive Manufacturing Facility (AMF) 3D printer.
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.