More than 200 miles away from earth, 2 astronauts left the confines of their floating home
The percentage of women nominated for boards at large U.S. companies has doubled since 2008, according to a new report
NASA will rely on them to send astronauts to the International Space Station
When the Cygnus supply ship arrived at the International Space Station in July with cargo that included food, science equipment and mini-satellites, the...
The lattes will be out of this world
The first 3-D printer to enter space
Scientific cooperation continues despite tensions between Moscow and Washington
Astronauts on the International Space Station got into the World Cup spirit with a game of zero-gravity soccer
The state-of-the-art Dragon spacecraft will carry NASA astronauts to and from the International Space system
MOSCOW — Soyuz rocket carrying Russian-US-German crew blasts off for International Space Station.
Moscow made the threat amid U.S. sanctions for its actions in Ukraine
Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin threatened to deactivate U.S. Global Positioning Systems on Russian soil, suspend cooperation on the International Space...
In space, no one can hear your sabres rattling
It unleashed a level of radiation that could put a rocket at risk
Move will maximize station's usefulness, NASA says, and boost fledgling commercial space industry
A National Geographic special will feature two ISS astronauts
Cygnus Antares launch was postponed by wintery weather and Sun storms
Problems in the sky and on the ground are not necessarily signs that NASA is blundering again
While in space, NASA astronaut Karen Nyberg demonstrates how to run on a treadmill
All you need is a little bit of water, no-rinse shampoo and gravity.