02.08.08 - The seven-member crew of Space Shuttle Atlantis is ready for tomorrow’s rendezvous and docking with the International Space Station, planned for 11:25 a.m. CST.
02.07.08 - Seven years to the day after the first laboratory was launched to the International Space Station, the Space Shuttle Atlantis roared into space this afternoon with the second, the European Space Agency's Columbus lab.
01.29.08 - NASA is using a new treadmill that allows people to run while suspended horizontally to help astronauts prepare for long-duration missions to the moon and beyond.
01.24.08 - NASA will hold four media briefings next week to discuss International Space Station activities and provide a status of launch preparations for space shuttle mission STS-122.
01.11.08 - NASA has updated assignments for International Space Station expedition crews. The updates reflect changes in the launch schedule for space shuttle missions that will transport rotating crew members.
12.03.07 - NASA Glenn Research Center engineer plays role in assuring seamless integration of Columbus laboratory electric power system to space station during STS-122 space shuttle mission.
11.26.07 - Astronaut Clay Anderson, a Nebraska native who returned to Earth on Nov. 7 after living and working five months aboard the ISS, will be available for satellite interviews from 6-8 a.m. CST on Thursday, Nov. 29.
11.21.07 - NASA has replaced a crew member assigned to space shuttle mission STS-126. Astronaut Donald R. Pettit will take the place of astronaut Joan E. Higginbotham.
11.21.07 - Orbiting more than 200 miles above the Earth, the ISS crew has sent home a special Thanksgiving message that is now airing on NASA TV and the agency's Web site.
10.23.07 - The crew will deliver the Harmony module on the orbiter's 34th flight.
09.18.07 - Those selected could fly to space for long-duration stays on the International Space Station and missions to the moon.
08.13.07 - NASA has added a new computer program to help monitor the four gyroscopes that keep the International Space Station properly oriented without the use of rocket fuel.