05.14.13 - The three Expedition 36 crew members on the station enjoyed some off duty time Tuesday. The Expedition 35 crew landed in Kazakhstan Monday.› Space Station Live | › Crew timelines
05.13.13 - Former shuttle engineer designing solar arrays, mobile cellphone towers using shuttle processing truss.
05.17.13 - NASA’s Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission satellite known as TRMM measured Cyclone Mahasen’s rainfall rates from space as it made landfall on May 16.
05.13.13 - New insights into two factors that are creating a potentially volatile Southern California wildfire season come from an ongoing project using NASA and Indian satellite data by scientists at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, Calif.; and Chapman University, Orange, Calif.
05.13.13 - The Expedition 35 crew landed their Soyuz TMA-07M spacecraft in Kazakhstan at 10:31 p.m. EDT Monday after undocking from the station at 7:08 p.m.› Watch NASA TV
05.13.13 - Some people worry that a gigantic "killer solar flare" could hurl enough energy to destroy Earth, but this is not actually possible.
05.12.13 - Two astronauts completed a spacewalk to repair an ammonia leak on Saturday. The station changed command during a ceremony held on Sunday.› Watch the change of command ceremony
05.13.13 - What's in the exhaust of alternative jet fuels is a must-know to be sure it would actually be better than what aircraft use today.
05.10.13 - Shuttle Carrier Aircraft and space shuttle mockup to become centerpiece of new exhibit at Space Center Houston visitor center near NASA's Johnson Space Center.
05.10.13 - Station managers and international partners approved plans Friday for Saturday spacewalk to troubleshoot ammonia coolant leak.› Space Station Live Recap | › Crew Timelines
05.10.13 - 2MASX is an ultraluminous infrared galaxy which emits a tremendous amount of light at infrared wavelengths. Scientists connect this to intense star formation.
05.10.13 - Another delivery of the James Webb Space Telescope's flight mirrors arrived at a NASA facility during the week of April 29, 2013.
05.13.13 - Expedition 35 is hard at work 200-plus miles above us! Catch this week's research highlights here.
05.13.13 - NASA successfully launched the Far-ultraviolet Off Rowland-Circle for Imaging and Spectroscopy (FORTIS) experiment at 1 a.m. EDT, May 11, from the White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico.
05.09.13 - Two prominent aerospace industry organizations are recognizing the contributions of NASA, especially the achievements of the team that landed NASA's Curiosity rover on Mars in August, with coveted awards.
05.09.13 - Google has compiled more than a quarter-century of images of Earth taken from space into an interactive time-lapse experience.
05.09.13 - Around 10:30 a.m. CDT on Thursday, the station crew reported seeing small white flakes floating away from an area of the P6 truss structure.› Space Station Live Recap | › Crew Timelines
05.14.2013 - Scientists now have the capability to systematically investigate the molecular evolution of cosmic carbon.
05.09.13 - Engineers have devised tests and equipment to perfect storage in space for super-cold propellants.
05.15.2013 - Nanosatellites now have their own mass transit to catch rides to space and perform experiments in microgravity.