When an aerospace engineer says breaking up is hard to do, they are not referring to matters of the heart.
While the first NASA Commercial Resupply Services flight to the International Space Station is historic, delivery and return of samples is pivotal.
Jill McGuire, RRM project manager, and Alex Janas, robotics operator, both from NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, provide investigation details.
Stronger and better treatments for astronauts are needed for long duration space flights.
Want to be a part of International Space Station research? Here's your chance.
Thanks to International Space Station technology, the U.S. EPA can soon help beach goers use mobile devices to check coastal water conditions.
Want to try your hand at landing an inflatable spacecraft? All you need is a smart phone, a computer or a tablet.
Students win an opportunity to do research in the International Space Station laboratory's microgravity environment while attending high school.
Brian Crucian, immunologist at NASA's Johnson Space Center, provides investigation details, including how the crew uses a blood sample collection kit.
Scott Smith, Ph.D., principal investigator for the Pro K and Nutrition investigations discusses diet and the effects of microgravity on astronauts.
Before you blow out the candle on your next cake, look at the flame. There may be some cool secrets inside those flames waiting to be revealed.
Eating right, exercising hard in space helps protect astronauts' bones, a finding that may help solve a key problem facing future explorers.
Bob Tweedy and Lori Ploutz-Snyder, Ph.D., explain the overall goals of the study and how the ARED works.
BASS principal investigator, Paul Ferkul, discusses previous combustion investigations, the BASS process and how the crew ignites fuel samples.
Results may help both farmers and space travelers in the future.
In Iron Man 2, billionaire-turned-super-hero Tony Stark uses a pocket device to measure toxicity levels. In Hollywood, results come back instantly.
Melissa Dawson, an Earth scientist at NASA's Johnson Space Center, talks about Crew Earth Observations and the important data the images provide.
Mark Micire, SPHERES Engineering Manager, shares various education and research capabilities possible when working with SPHERES robotic technology.
Marking the 10th anniversary of an achievement is a proud occasion. And when it's marked in space, some believe it's even more of an achievement.
Aquariums provide a relaxing pastime on Earth, but recreation is not the goal behind the new Aquatic Habitat aboard the International Space Station.