The SpaceX Dragon cargo craft splashed down Sunday, marking a successful conclusion to the first contracted resupply mission to the International Space Station.
SpaceX Dragon arrived Oct. 10 to the International Space Station, becoming the first commercial resupply mission to reach the orbital outpost.
The Russian Progress 48 docked to the Pirs docking compartment at 9:18p.m. EDT Wednesday after just four orbits.
Using the International Space Station's robotic arm, the Expedition 32 crew captured and berthed the Kounotori3 H-II Transfer Vehicle on July 27.
The Kounotori3 cargo craft launched from Japan to begin a weeklong journey to the International Space Station.
The European Space Agency's third Automated Transfer Vehicle (ATV-3) launched atop an Ariane 5 rocket from the European space port in Kourou, French Guiana, at 12:34 a.m. EDT Friday, beginning a six-day journey to the International Space Station.
The “Edoardo Amaldi” Automated Transfer Vehicle-3 (ATV-3) docked automatically to the aft port of the Zvezda service module at 6:31 p.m. EDT Wednesday March 28, 2012.
The ISS Progress 44 launched from the Baikonur Cosmodrome at 9 a.m. EDT August 24 on a Soyuz U rocket, bound for the International Space Station. At 5 minutes and 25 seconds into flight, the Soyuz rocket experienced a third-stage engine shutdown due to an anomaly.
A quick succession of international space supply trucks will arrive on the International Space Station’s loading docks early in 2011.
Dextre, the Canadian Space Agency's robotic handyman, will undertake a series of tasks to officially certify the robot for duty.
The logistics module known as Leonardo is on its way to a new assignment in space.
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?
The last major component set to be added to the International Space Station was officially transferred from the European Space Agency to NASA.
The new Russian Mini-Research Module 2, also known as Poisk, docked to the space-facing port of the Zvezda service module of the International Space Station.
After more than a million online responses, the station module formerly known as Node 3 will be called Tranquility.
Ten years ago, NASA and its partner nations began building a dream: the International Space Station
Astronaut Bob Cabana looks back on the first International Space Station construction mission.
By the time the first element launch anniversary rolls around on Nov. 20, the space station will have completed 57,309 orbits of the Earth, a distance of 1,432,725,000 miles.
Just in time for its 10th anniversary, the space station will get an out-of-this-world home makeover.
A 20-year-old dream of a Japanese presence in space nears reality.