International Space Station crewmembers Valery Tokarev and Bill McArthur Friday completed a 5-hour, 43-minute spacewalk.
Veteran crew set for 6-month mission aboard the International Space Station.
An unpiloted Progress supply vehicle brings supplies, Christmas gifts to the International Space Station.
For crews living aboard the International Space Station, holiday dining in space brings special challenges.
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.
NASA celebrated a major space milestone on Nov. 2, 2005, as the International Space Station clocked its fifth anniversary of continuous human presence in space.
Paul McCartney thrills audiences with his tribute to courageous space explorers and a live linkup to the space station.
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.
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.
Commander Sergei Krikalev and NASA Science Officer John Phillips returned to Earth on Oct. 10, 2005, after 179 days in space.
The Expedition 12 crew arrives at the orbiting outpost for a 6-month stay.
An unpiloted Progress cargo craft docked with the International Space Station on Saturday, Sept. 10, with a cargo of supplies, equipment and fuel for the International Space Station.
Expedition 12 set for September 30 launch to Station aboard a Soyuz rocket.
"You'll have to congratulate me every day from now on," Krikalev told Mission Control Moscow.
The Expedition 11 crew ventured outside the International Space Station on Aug. 18.
ISS Progress 18 delivered supplies to the Space Station when it docked June 18.
On June 14, the House Subcommittee on Space and Aeronautics heard testimony from Astronaut John Phillips as he orbited the Earth.
Another myth busted -- it's hard to see the Great Wall from space.
ISS Payload for Shuttle mission set for delivery to launch pad.
The next crew arrives at the International Space Station for a six-month stay.