The price of gas is skyrocketing, but thankfully so is a potential mitigation.
Preserving samples aboard the International Space Station is critical because refrigeration repair companies don't make house calls in space.
Astronaut Fred Haise was a long way from home when he became sick with an infection caused by an opportunistic pathogen known as Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
Mission X uses the same skills used to train astronauts to motivate physical education for students around the globe.
Observing wine in a glass is a good way to see and understand a surface-tension experiment being performed in space.
The Payload Operations Center at the Marshall Center is celebrating a decade of round-the-clock support to the International Space Station.
Why do some people get sick while others stay healthy?
After nine years in a clean room, the SAGE III instrument returns to service measuring the Earth's atmosphere and ozone layer.
It may seem illogical, but boiling is an efficient way to cool engineering components and systems used in extreme space environments.
Like a human who just went through laser vision correction, the International Space Station (ISS) recently got a clearer view of our world.
Space shuttle Discovery carries not only the STS-133 crewmembers, but also some fascinating research and technology.
NASA seeks a non-profit group to manage space station research under its designation as an official U.S. National Laboratory.
The University of Kentucky charts the way for university students to perform experiments on the International Space Station.
NASA and its international partners recently discussed the benefits of research on the International Space Station at an outreach seminar.
British Columbia, the first official image taken from the International Space Station's new Window Observational Research Facility, or WORF.
The HydroTropi experiment aboard the International Space Station has astronauts putting their green thumbs to the test.
The new year is here, and along with it a new era of utilization for research and technology begins for the completed International Space Station.
Students at Valley Christian High School in San Jose, California are not waiting for the university setting for ignition on their dreams.
Attention Zero Robotics 2010 contestants! Your mission, if you choose to accept, is to complete the autonomous assembly of a structure in space.
There’s just a little bit of time left for students to submit proposals for NASA's "Kids in Micro-g" challenge.