While people on Earth were exchanging cards and fruitcake this holiday season the Expedition 18 crew aboard the International Space Station received similar salutations, except for the fruitcake.
As the holidays pass aboard the International Space Station, the crew may make Christmas cookies, chocolate covered pecans and candied yams as they celebrate the season.
Ten years ago, NASA and its partner nations began building a dream: the International Space Station
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.
The Russian Federal Space Agency invites children in Russia and other countries to design a logo for the Soyuz TMA-14 crew.
This Nov. 4, few ballots will have traveled as far as those cast by two NASA astronauts.
NASA astronaut Greg Chamitoff met his opponents in the ongoing Earth vs. space chess match Thursday, Oct. 9.
It will be the Earth vs. space in a unique chess match, and you can help Earth win.
Astronaut Greg Chamitoff, aboard the International Space Station 220 miles above Earth, responds to your questions.
Mission Control, Houston, and astronaut Greg Chamitoff, in orbit aboard the International Space Station, have begun a new game of chess.
For more than a thousand years, the game of chess and its predecessors have been played on park tables, in homes, at schools and, in modern times, even on television and in arenas as a spectator sport.
Amateur radio on the International Space Station brings technology, science and inspiration into the classroom.
When 2001: A Space Odyssey premiered 40 years ago, living and working in space full time was science fiction.
There may be only one place in the universe which can be the subject of 300,000 and counting photos and still never get old.
Astronaut Garrett Reisman has thrown the ultimate fastball for the New York Yankees, a pitch that clocked in at better than five miles a second.
When author Jules Verne imagined in 1865 the story that would become De la Terre à la Lune (From the Earth to the Moon), he envisioned a rocket that would launch people into space using a giant cannon to escape the Earth's gravity.
The International Space Station partnership received the 2007 American Astronautical Society award for the advancement of international cooperation in Houston at the society's annual conference Nov. 13-14.
The EuTEF platform will allow experiments on the outside of the International Space Station.
The Columbus laboratory gives European researchers a foothold in orbit.