06.02.06 - International Space Station Commander Pavel Vinogradov and NASA Science Officer Jeff Williams re-entered the airlock of the Pirs docking compartment Friday at 1:19 a.m. EDT after a successful spacewalk focusing on repairs and retrieval of scientific experiments.
04.26.06 - A new unpiloted Progress cargo carrier docked at the International Space Station at 1:41 p.m. EDT Wednesday.
04.08.06 - Commander Bill McArthur and Flight Engineer Valery Tokarev, the 12th crew of the International Space Station, landed in the steppes of Kazakhstan in their Soyuz spacecraft at 7:48 p.m. EDT Saturday after about 190 days in space.
04.08.06 - Commander Bill McArthur and Flight Engineer Valery Tokarev, the 12th crew of the International Space Station, undocked in their Soyuz spacecraft from the orbiting laboratory at 4:28 p.m. EDT Saturday and headed for a landing in the steppes of Kazakhstan.
03.31.06 - The Soyuz spacecraft with the 13th International Space Station crew, Commander Pavel Vinogradov and NASA Science Officer Jeffrey Williams, docked with the orbiting laboratory at 11:19 p.m. EST Friday.
03.31.06 - A special 'camp out' by the space station crew will test procedures that could shorten preparation time for future spacewalks.
03.29.06 - Commander Pavel Vinogradov and NASA Science Officer Jeffrey Williams, the 13th International Space Station crew, launched aboard their Soyuz TMA spacecraft at 9:30 p.m. EST Wednesday to begin a six-month stay in space.
03.29.06 - The crewmembers of the next space station mission share their thoughts and impressions of the March 29 solar eclipse.
03.22.06 - The 13th crew of the International Space Station is scheduled to launch from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan March 29 on a mission that will see a return to a three-person station crew and resumption of station assembly.
03.20.06 - The International Space Station crew rolled out a welcome mat for their successors early Monday, moving their Soyuz TMA spacecraft to clear a docking port for Expedition 13's arrival.
California students gathered for a special live conversation with the space station's Expedition 12 crew.
02.03.06 - International Space Station crewmembers Valery Tokarev and Bill McArthur Friday completed a 5-hour, 43-minute spacewalk.› More on SuitSat-1
01.04.06 - NASA researchers study astronaut bone loss with a floating treadmill.
12.23.05 - An unpiloted Progress supply vehicle brings supplies, Christmas gifts to the International Space Station.
12.09.05 - Astronaut Bill McArthur and Russian Cosmonaut Valery Tokarev of Exp. 12 received thousands of postcards of well wishes from men, women and children across the globe via electronic mail.
12.05.05 - High school students and NASA researchers analyze a four-year space experiment.
11.18.05 - The 25-minute trip took the spacecraft to a docking port about 45 feet from where it started, but during the move the capsule and crew traveled about 5,500 miles.
03.14.06 - Bill and Cindy McArthur work together to educate children about living in space.
11.07.05 - It was on with the new and off with the old during the first station-based spacewalk in U.S. suits in more than two years.
10.28.05 - How can an instrument as small as a postage stamp operate a satellite for decades?