Humans are getting to space faster and faster. Russia's Progress spacecraft makes it from Earth to the International Space Station in just 3 hours and 48 minutes, beating the previous record by two hours.
Astro-mice are on a rocket to the International Space Station as part of a project that's studying the effects of zero-gravity on sleeping patterns and the gut. Ten rodents will be staying for a record-breaking 90 days on the station.
NASA's new rollout solar array called ROSA was deployed last weekend. This is the first time for this new technology to be tested in space.
Baking a bread in space could soon be possible with the help of special oven and dough mixture.
An amputee flatworm grew two heads after spending five weeks aboard the International Space Station (ISS). Scientists are observing how microgravity affects cell regeneration in worms.
Mice sperm produces offspring after being stored aboard the ISS. Although there were minor changes in the DNA, there is very little difference between the offspring from mice sperm from space and from Earth.
NASA astronauts will perform an emergency spacewalk to replace a faulty relay box outside the ISS. During the spacewalk, new antennas will also be installed to enhance wireless communications.
NASA scientists named a bacteria after former Indian president and scientists Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam. The bacteria was discovered in a filter used aboard the ISS.
President Donald Trump, during his congratulatory call to astronaut Peggy Whitson on the ISS, said he wanted to speed up the efforts in order to send humans to Mars sooner. He even asked if the esteemed astronaut is interested in flying to the red planet.
China just launched an unmanned cargo spacecraft. The spacecraft docked with the country's Tiangong-2 space lab.
President Donald Trump will congratulate NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson via an out-of-this-world phone call. Whitson is the oldest female astronaut to reach the ISS and she became an ISS commander twice.
Two astronauts arrived at the International Space Station (ISS) aboard Soyuz rocket. The two astronauts will join Expedition 51 crew members on board.
Yurchikin and Fischer will return to Earth on June 2 after a 135-day mission, and filling the third seat of their flight is astronaut Whitson. Soyuz MS-04 is the 50th Soyuz spacecraft launched to the ISS.
NASA will stream Orbital ATK's Atlas V rocket launch in a 360-degree video, This will be the world's first VR-enabled video streaming of a rocket launch.