Have you ever wanted to see the International Space Station? Look up in the sky.
NASA officials aren't the only people on Earth who can contact astronauts on the International Space Station.
Who'd have thought that playing video games would be an astronaut skill?
The fastest train in the universe is designed to move just a few feet per minute.
Scheduling astronauts' activities aboard the ISS can be quite a task.
Space suit designs evolve to meet new demands aboard the ISS and beyond.
The International Space Station crew has conducted the first spacewalk with all crew members working outside the orbiting laboratory.
Students and individuals can celebrate National Engineers Week with a live webcast highlighting astronaut training on February 26, 2004.
Hundreds of people work to make sure nothing goes wrong with the ISS. But, what happens at night, when everyone goes home?
The International Space Station consists of parts made all over the world, and soon it will be getting a "big hand" from Canada.
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If we have a hard time finding things around the house, how do they keep track of items on the ISS?
Michael Foale has spent more time in space than any other U.S. astronaut.
In a period that has exemplified the benefits of international cooperation in space, the International Space Station completed a third year of permanent human presence aboard on Sunday, Nov. 2.
Follow our live coverage on the landing of ISS Expedition 7.
ISS crew lauds China's first manned space flight
The ISS crew uses their imagination, experience and available materials to develop unusual experiments for research.
Expedition 8 is slated to launch from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, on Oct. 18.
Astronauts take their love of music and instruments with them into space
A Russian Progress resupply spacecraft launched Thursday, Aug. 28, from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan at 8:48 p.m. CDT.