Expedition 22 Commander Jeff Williams and Flight Engineer Max Suraev landed their Soyuz TMA-16 spacecraft on the steppes of Kazakhstan on March 18, 2010, wrapping up a five-and-a-half-month stay aboard the International Space Station.
The International Space Station Program has received the 2010 Aviation Week Space Laureate Award.
If a picture is worth a thousand words, then the Expedition 22 crew aboard the International Space Station is about to complete the generation of 100 million words worth of information.
NASA today officially accepted the “keys” to the International Space Station from its prime contractor, Boeing, at the conclusion of an Acceptance Review Board that verified the delivery, assembly, integration and activation of all hardware and software required by contract.
The International Space Station has been moving steadily closer to completion for the past several years. But what house is complete without a utility room, a gym and a picture window?
Three laboratories on the Space Station allow for out of this world advanced research.
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of people continuously living aboard the International Space Station, NASA is providing a special 2010 calendar to teachers and the public.
Two new sensors examining our upper atmosphere and oceans are demonstrating the International Space Station's value as an Earth science observing platform.
Along with the obvious thrill of launching into space, astronaut Shannon Walker's flight to the space station next year will hold a sentimental and historical significance.
Buzz Lightyear rolled triumphantly down Disney's Main Street to mark a successful stay on the International Space Station.
On Earth, we all know that exercise is good for us. But do we know exactly how good?
A new study aboard the International Space Station will examine changes in astronaut hearts during six months in space.
After more than four months and 56 million miles in orbit, NASA Astronaut Sandra Magnus is now embarking on another mission -- a one-of-a-kind trip to support U.S. military troops overseas.
As construction of the International Space Station nears completion, NASA and its national laboratory partners are preparing to utilize the unique environment in space for science.
NASA astronaut Michael Barratt got the opportunity to watch the new Star Trek film aboard the International Space Station while he and two crewmates fly 220 miles above Earth.
After more than a million online responses, the station module formerly known as Node 3 will be called Tranquility.
Tired of those boring old tracking maps that show the space station going around and around the Earth, and wondering what the view from up there must be like?
Space station research in understanding the increased virulence of some germs in microgravity could lead to new strategies for preventing and treating food poisoning.
Aboard the International Space Station, Flight Engineer Sandy Magnus shares her thoughts on living and working in space and puts her culinary skills to work to spice up traditional space food fare.
Astronaut Greg Chamitoff is ready to resume the unique Earth vs. space chess match he started on orbit.