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.
08.17.11 - Many astronomy buffs were not able to fully appreciate the Perseid meteor shower, however, astronaut Ron Garan had a front seat view.
08.16.11 - The Robotic Refueling Mission will be transferred to its permanent home on space station’s ExPRESS Logistics Carrier-4.
08.12.11 - Close to 300 students in the Caribbean got a very long distance call from the International Space Station.
08.02.11 - If you think it's tough to make Baked Alaska at home, imagine trying to cook to perfection 250 miles in the sky.
08.04.11 - Flight Engineers Sergei Volkov and Alexander Samokutyaev closed the hatch to the Pirs docking compartment ending their spacewalk Wednesday Aug. 3, at 5:13 p.m. EDT.
08.02.11 - "Hello from space!" Ron Garan's video blog shows how orbital research can help improve life on Earth and inspire people to make a difference.
08.01.11 - A plant experiment flown on Atlantis gave insights to scientists researching bacteria that may help plants produce proteins.
07.28.11 - Any scientist can tell you that research is a time-consuming pursuit. In fact, it can take decades to show results.
07.27.11 - It's been a decade since the first Materials International Space Station Experiment, or MISSE, was deployed on the International Space Station.
07.20.11 - Not all great collaborations are planned. In fact, many of the best partnerships are the work of timing and serendipity.
07.15.11 - Chefs across the globe may not know it yet, but their baker’s yeast just left the kitchen and blasted off into low Earth orbit.
07.12.11 - Through the Student Spaceflight Experiments Program, 11 communities will take part in the final space shuttle flight.
07.08.11 - Atlantis has launched to the Space Station, carrying research ranging from microscopic cell research to macroscopic technology development equipment.
07.08.11 - NASA is equipping the trio of SPHERES on the space station with a Nexus™ S handset made by Samsung Electronics and powered by Google’s Android™ platform.
06.24.11 - It's hard to sleep in a strange place, but just imagine free floating in a spacecraft orbiting the Earth like the International Space Station crew.