The UFO hunting community once again declared that a UFO was seen in a live feed by the ISS. A fireball which appeared to be changing its color suddenly showed itself on the feed before disappearing quickly. A video of the said UFO fireball was posted on Youtube and now has more than 400,000 views.
The European Space Agency just released a narrated 3D tour of the International Space Station. the 13-minute video explores the layout and interiors of the ISS, in one of the most educational videos of the ISS ever released.
The first expandable module in space called BEAM was finally opened for the first time. Astronaut Jeff Williams entered the module on June 6 to take samples and install sensors and equipment for the module's two-year test period in space.
Tesla and SpaceX CEO, announced during the recently concluded Mars Timeline at the Code Conference that they will be able to send humans to Mars in 2024 after their 2018 unmanned mission to the red planet.
Astronaut Jeff Williams is about to enter BEAM on June 6. This will mark the new age of space habitats using expandable modules.
Long before SpaceX rockets travel to the ISS, NASA already thought of space colonies and how they would look like.
SpaceX and its cargo resupply service is now offering to send packages to Mars for $62 million.
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.
The first expandable "living space in space" was finally inflated after the first attempt failed.
Russian space rocket corporation unveils its reusable space shuttle which can transport crew from the ISS to the moon in just five days.
SpaceX Dragon spacecraft will fly to the International Space Station later this year to deliver supplies and 'equipment'.
The Bigelow Expandable Activity Module (BEAM) docked into the International Space Station and the first expandable module launched in space is ready for its inflation.
A window from the Cupola module of the ISS has a 7-mm diameter crack due to a flying metal debris. But despite obvious sign of damage, ESA said the ISS is still 100 percent safe.
To celebrate the 100,000th orbit to Earth of the International Space Station, commander Tim Kopra brought Snapchat to the ISS to show the world what it looks like to live in space.
Commercial plane maker, Boeing partnered with NASA in building a space capsule which can transport astronauts to and from the International Space Station (ISS). NASA funded Boeing with $4.2 billion to create CST100-Starliner.