03.21.08 - Astronauts Bob Behnken and Mike Foreman completed the fourth spacewalk of Endeavour’s STS-123 mission early today.
03.20.08 - The fourth spacewalk of the mission, to test a technique for repairing space shuttle thermal tiles, is only a few hours away for the astronauts on space shuttle Endeavour and the International Space Station.
03.18.08 - The crews of Endeavour and the International Space Station today moved Dextre, the station’s new robotic attachment, to its home on top of the station’s U.S. Destiny Laboratory and worked to move the Spacelab pallet back into Endeavour’s cargo bay.
03.19.08 - The 10 crew members aboard space shuttle Endeavour and the International Space Station will hold a news conference at 11:18 p.m. CDT Sunday, March 23.
03.19.08 - The crews on board space shuttle Endeavour and the International Space Station are getting a break from the action today before preparing for a spacewalk which will demonstrate a technique for repairing shuttle heat shield tiles.
03.18.08 - Astronauts Rick Linnehan and Bob Behnken completed a 6 hour 53 minute spacewalk today, finishing the assembly and installation of the International Space Station’s newest robot, Dextre.
03.18.08 - With the addition of a now-fully-assembled new robot to the International Space Station, the station and space shuttle Endeavour crews have a busy day of robotics work ahead of them.
03.17.08 - The International Space Station’s newest robot is just one spacewalk away from being fully assembled.
03.17.08 - A new robot came alive and moved its arms outside the International Space Station overnight.
03.16.08 - Astronauts Rick Linnehan and Mike Foreman spent more than seven hours outside the International Space Station today attaching the two arms of the Canadian Space Agency’s Special Purpose Dextrous Manipulator, or Dextre.
03.16.08 - Now almost halfway through their 16-day mission, and with two spacewalks under their belts, space shuttle Endeavour’s crew members will focus on getting the cargo they brought to the station up and running.
03.15.08 - The crews of Space Shuttle Endeavour and the International Space Station opened the hatch to the station’s new module, the Japanese Experiment Logistics Module – Pressurized Section (JLP), at 8:23 p.m. CDT Friday.
03.15.08 - Two members of the space shuttle Endeavour crew will soon be stepping into space to give the International Space Station’s newest robot a pair of arms.
03.14.08 - Space shuttle Endeavour crew members will make their first foray into new international territory today, as the hatch is opened between the International Space Station and its newest module.
03.14.08 - The newest international component of the orbiting International Space Station has officially reached its home in space.
03.13.08 - A record 12 days of planned joint operations are now under way, after space shuttle Endeavour docked to the International Space Station at 10:49 p.m. CDT Wednesday.
03.13.08 - The crew of space shuttle Endeavour has a full day ahead, and by the end of it, the International Space Station will be as international as it has been planned to be.
03.12.08 - The seven-member crew of Space Shuttle Endeavour is ready for tonight’s rendezvous and docking with the International Space Station, planned for 10:25 p.m. CDT.
03.12.08 - The seven-member crew of space shuttle Endeavour is just a few hours away from arriving at the International Space Station.
03.11.08 - The STS-123 space shuttle mission carries three astronauts with Ohio connections and four experiments developed at NASA Glenn Research Center in Cleveland, Ohio.