10.19.11 - The National Institute of Health has announced the selection of a new proposal for the Biomedical Research on the International Space Station award.
10.14.11 - There’s a humanoid robot moving aboard the International Space Station. Expedition 29 Commander Mike Fossum successfully put Robonaut 2 through its first paces involving motion on Oct. 13.
10.14.11 - Students have the chance to envision and design their own experiment for the ultimate prize -- flying it on the International Space Station.
10.11.11 - The decade-old ultrasound on the ISS has yielded benefits in space and Earth. Its replacement will give ultrasound research in microgravity a boost.
10.03.11 - If you had a choice between a product that you had to shake before use and one that came premixed, you'd probably buy the one that was easier.
09.28.11 - The Microgravity Science Glovebox science facility marks 10,000 hours of operation in space.
09.21.11 - An investigation is stemming out of this world, planting an interest in students in more than a hundred schools across the nation.
09.19.11 - The U.S. national laboratory aboard the ISS is now managed at Kennedy's Space Life Sciences Laboratory.
09.19.11 - After years of chaffing, bruising, and discomfort in some astronauts, running in space just got easier.
09.16.11 - Astronauts aboard the International Space Station catch a colorful view over Australia.
09.16.11 - Expedition 28 Commander Andrey Borisenko and Flight Engineers Alexander Samokutyaev and Ron Garan landed their Soyuz TMA-21 spacecraft in Kazakhstan a few seconds before midnight EDT Sept. 16, with an official landing time of 11:59:39 p.m. Sept. 15.
09.14.11 - Teachers commonly ask students to share summer experiences. This year a few can say that they controlled satellites on the ISS!
09.09.11 - You are in space...your spacecraft is tumbling out of control, you need to fire your control rockets...where is your fuel?
09.02.11 - Half a century after humankind entered outer space, an ESA-developed camera produced live-streaming 3D images.
08.30.11 - Dextre, the Canadian Space Agency’s robotic handyman aboard the International Space Station (ISS), has successfully replaced a faulty circuit-breaker box on the orbiting lab.
08.30.11 - One may think that participation with the ISS would be restricted to an exclusive club. In actuality, others have been taking advantage for years.
08.26.11 - Astronauts aboard the International Space Station have captured stunning footage of dangerous Hurricane Irene.
08.24.11 - The ISS Progress 44 launched from the Baikonur Cosmodrome at 9 a.m. EDT August 24 on a Soyuz U rocket, bound for the International Space Station. At 5 minutes and 25 seconds into flight, the Soyuz rocket experienced a third-stage engine shutdown due to an anomaly.
08.24.11 - Two studies in the Aug. 25 issue of Nature provide new insights into a cosmic accident that has been streaming X-rays toward Earth.
08.22.11 - Even simple scientific experiments can yield amazing results and add to the collective knowledge of the research community.