Wouldn't it be fun to do experiments while floating free inside an airplane? Scientists from Glenn Research Center get to do just that.
Following six historic days of operations, NASA's Robotic Refueling Mission demonstrated remotely controlled robots could refuel satellites.
There is a reason the phrase "shooting in the dark" refers to things that are difficult to do -- and night photography from space is no exception.
ISS-RapidScat will launch to the space station in 2014 aboard a SpaceX Dragon resupply mission.
Put on your thinking cap! NASA wants your ideas on how to use the International Space Station as a technology test bed.
What an inspired idea -- let students teach and share with others the interesting research astronauts do on the International Space Station.
NASA announced an addition to the International Space Station that will use the orbiting laboratory to test expandable space habitat technology.
Scientists, engineers and students shared research, findings and -- most importantly -- questions about how space changes things.
On Friday, Jan. 11th, high school students from around the world joined in fierce competition to claim the championship spot.
For some astronauts, a long-term trip into space can literally leave them weak in the knees.
For centuries, people gazed at the constellation Pisces and imagined fish swimming in space. Astronauts have a closer view of real finned friends.
Did you ever wish you could be just a teensy bit taller? Well, if you spend a few months in space, you could get your wish -- temporarily.
Shape-shifting malleable, gelatinous forms are orbiting the Earth at this very moment -- growing as they are bombarded by magnetic pulses.
In mid-January, NASA will take the next step in advancing robotic satellite-servicing technologies as it tests the Robotic Refueling Mission.
This past year has been a busy one for the International Space Station.
Space can be a potentially hazardous environment to live and work in, especially when it comes to radiation.
Typically satellites launch from Earth, requiring dedicated launch vehicles. JAXA found a way to cut costs by designing a small satellite launcher.
This weekend the International Space Station will turn itself to position the European Space Agency's SOLAR instrument for a better view of the sun.
Nefertiti didn't spin a web like Charlotte; her kind never could. But the red-back jumping spider earned a classy nickname, Spidernaut.
NASA and the Russian Federal Space Agency have named veteran spacefarers Scott Kelly and Mikhail Kornienko for a one-year mission aboard the station in 2015.
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