03.08.11 - The Payload Operations Center at the Marshall Center is celebrating a decade of round-the-clock support to the International Space Station.
03.04.11 - Why do some people get sick while others stay healthy?
03.01.11 - After nine years in a clean room, the SAGE III instrument returns to service measuring the Earth's atmosphere and ozone layer.
02.28.11 - It may seem illogical, but boiling is an efficient way to cool engineering components and systems used in extreme space environments.
02.16.11 - Like a human who just went through laser vision correction, the International Space Station (ISS) recently got a clearer view of our world.
02.25.11 - Space shuttle Discovery carries not only the STS-133 crewmembers, but also some fascinating research and technology.
02.24.11 - The European Space Agency’s “Johannes Kepler” Automated Transfer Vehicle-2 (ATV-2) automatically docked with the aft end of the International Space Station's Zvezda service module at 10:59 a.m. EST Feb. 24.
02.16.11 - NASA seeks a non-profit group to manage space station research under its designation as an official U.S. National Laboratory.
02.16.11 - The University of Kentucky charts the way for university students to perform experiments on the International Space Station.
02.23.11 - The new Permanent Multipurpose Module Leonardo should know its way around the International Space Station as it marks its eighth and final visit to the orbiting laboratory.
02.16.11 - For the second time in less than a month, two Russian cosmonauts ventured outside the International Space Station on Feb. 16 to install a pair of earthquake and lightning sensing experiments and to retrieve a pair of spacecraft material evaluation panels.
02.09.11 - Astronaut Cady Coleman took time during an interview with reporters to play her flute onboard the International Space Station.
02.10.11 - NASA and its international partners recently discussed the benefits of research on the International Space Station at an outreach seminar.
02.04.11 - Dextre, the Canadian Space Agency’s robotic handyman on the International Space Station, completed its first real job early Friday morning, Feb. 4.
01.27.11 - Expedition 26 Flight Engineers Cady Coleman and Paolo Nespoli used the station’s robotic arm to attach the unpiloted Japanese Kounotori2 H-II Transfer Vehicle (HTV2) to the Earth-facing port of the Harmony module of the International Space Station.
01.22.11 - The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency launched the Kounotori2 H-II Transfer Vehicle (HTV2) aboard an H-IIB rocket from the Tanegashima Space Center in southern Japan.
01.21.11 - British Columbia, the first official image taken from the International Space Station's new Window Observational Research Facility, or WORF.
01.21.11 - Two Russian cosmonauts ventured outside the International Space Station on Jan. 21 to retrieve and remove experiments and install new equipment.
01.18.11 - A quick succession of international space supply trucks will arrive on the International Space Station’s loading docks early in 2011.
01.14.11 - The HydroTropi experiment aboard the International Space Station has astronauts putting their green thumbs to the test.