He traveled 65,200,000 miles around the planet while living aboard the ISS, but a new journey has led TJ Creamer to the Marshall Space Flight Center.
Microgravity target of current plant experiments.
When your entire world is the size of a five-bedroom home like the ISS, putting out even a small fire quickly is a life-and-death matter.
The delicate touch that successfully removed Paige Nickason's brain tumor got a helping hand from a world-renowned arm -- a robotic arm, that is.
Astronauts on the ISS must exercise at least two hours a day. A new experiment is studying the difference between exercising in space and on Earth.
The new vehicle intended for long-duration space travel will need a good-sized medicine cabinet. More of a challenge than a run to the pharmacy!
Part of the fascination with space is the chance to look at our planet from afar. A unique vantage from the ISS affords a breathtaking vista.
The National Institute of Health has announced the selection of a new proposal for the Biomedical Research on the International Space Station award.
There’s a humanoid robot moving aboard the International Space Station. Expedition 29 Commander Mike Fossum successfully put Robonaut 2 through its first paces involving motion on Oct. 13.
Students have the chance to envision and design their own experiment for the ultimate prize -- flying it on the International Space Station.
The decade-old ultrasound on the ISS has yielded benefits in space and Earth. Its replacement will give ultrasound research in microgravity a boost.
If you had a choice between a product that you had to shake before use and one that came premixed, you'd probably buy the one that was easier.
The Microgravity Science Glovebox science facility marks 10,000 hours of operation in space.
An investigation is stemming out of this world, planting an interest in students in more than a hundred schools across the nation.
The U.S. national laboratory aboard the ISS is now managed at Kennedy's Space Life Sciences Laboratory.
After years of chaffing, bruising, and discomfort in some astronauts, running in space just got easier.
Astronauts aboard the International Space Station catch a colorful view over Australia.
Teachers commonly ask students to share summer experiences. This year a few can say that they controlled satellites on the ISS!
"Destination: Station," a free, multimedia exhibit, will be on display in Silicon Valley March 4-12, 2012.
You are in space...your spacecraft is tumbling out of control, you need to fire your control rockets...where is your fuel?