STS-122 astronaut Leland Melvin describes how space shuttle crews communicate a lot like a quarterbacks and receivers.
Launch managers now have digital images directly from the launch pad.
The Columbus laboratory gives European researchers a foothold in orbit.
Construction work achieves new heights.
Space shuttle Atlantis' mission on STS-122 is what everyone's been working toward: expanding the science capabilities of the International Space Station.
Astronauts take items into orbit that mark great accomplishments.› Listen to Podcast
The crew of STS-120 visited Kennedy Space Center for a dress reheasal for the mission launch.
Module provides an international crossroads in space.› View Video
After the STS-118 astronauts wrapped up a successful 13-day mission in space, where did they go? Walt Disney World!
During the STS-118 mission, astronauts added a segment to the International Space Station's backbone and reached out to tomorrow's explorers.
NASA's Ed Campion, public affairs officer for NASA's Teacher-in-Space program in 1986 and a witness to Challenger's launch that January day, offers his thoughts before the launch of STS-118.
A new space shuttle tile inspection method using NASA-built, wireless scanners will replace manual inspection of the tiles beginning with the STS-118 mission.
October's STS-120 mission will bring the Harmony module, christened after a school contest, that will provide attachment points for European and Japanese laboratory modules.
The last SPACEHAB mission is scheduled to carry more than 5,000 pounds of spare parts and cargo into space.
STS-117 crew members complete a demanding and successful mission in space, expanding the International Space Station's capabilities.› View Video (Real)
When it's time to teach an astronaut how to land an orbiter, a modified business jet fits the bill.
NASA Astronaut Sunita Williams has set a new record for the longest duration spaceflight by a woman.
Kennedy Space Center workers assembled thermal protection system pieces for tests.
Lockheed Martin engineers and designers invented a tool to sand foam on the external tank while the tank was still in its launch position.
The STS-117 crew visited Kennedy Space Center for the terminal countdown demonstration test.