The Space Shuttle Program has selected Mr. Blake Dumesnil's design as the winning design in the Space Shuttle Program Commemorative Patch Contest.
Moon rocks, collected during the historic Apollo 11 mission, will find a new residence aboard the International Space Station alongside a piece of Mt. Everest.
The International Space Station has been moving steadily closer to completion for the past several years. But what house is complete without a utility room, a gym and a picture window?
Small pieces of moon rocks collected on the Apollo 11 mission will return to space to inspire crews of the International Space Station.
After traveling more than four million miles aboard space shuttle Atlantis, the Super Bowl XLIV opening-toss coin took a slight detour to the Pro Football Hall of Fame Museum before heading to the Super Bowl.
The Space Shuttle Program invited past and present Program workers to design an emblem marking the end of the shuttle era. The patch design contest takes its inspiration from a tradition among shuttle crew members. The Program received 85 entries. The judges narrowed down the choices to 15 entries. A final selection will be made no later than February. The winning design artwork will be flown on a future shuttle mission.› View Top 15 (PDF)
A flawless launch and landing highlighted an active and dynamic mission to keep the space station supplied for several years to come.
When the wheels of space shuttle Atlantis touch down to end the STS-129 mission, astronaut Nicole Stott will complete both a first and a last.
A scarf from famed aviatrix Amelia Earhart leads the inventory of commemoratve items for the STS-129 crew.
Air traffic controllers at the space shuttle's runway deal with exotic aircraft, race cars and even stray pilots on a day-to-day basis.
A European experiments platform called EuTEF returned to Earth after 18 months on the International Space Station.
Buzz Lightyear rolled triumphantly down Disney's Main Street to mark a successful stay on the International Space Station.
Weather challenged pathfinder team for Discovery's piggy-backed return to Kennedy Space Center.
Astronaut Mike Massimino, the first human to tweet from space, recently became the first astronaut to reach one million followers on Twitter.
Discovery carried a host of new science experiments and research equipment to the International Space Station to outfit the laboratory for more space-based studies.
Models join flags and medallions as commemorations of Discovery's flight to the International Space Station.
On Earth, we all know that exercise is good for us. But do we know exactly how good?
Liftoff marks the beginning of the workday for a group of engineers who evaluate damage to the pad after launch.
Engineers spent two years designing and building what is suddenly the most famous treadmill in the world - or above it.
The crews of space shuttle Endeavour and the International Space Station installed the final pieces of Japan's Kibo laboratory.