Read about the many women who contribute to NASA and the human spaceflight program.
Module provides an international crossroads in space.› View This Video
Cleanliness is not just the dirt one can see. It’s also a matter of bacteria and parasites. That’s why -- even though there is no floor -- there is no five second rule on the space station.
A special re-enlistment ceremony was held on Jan. 29 for 16 Navy sailors aboard the USS Dwight D. Eisenhower.
Today, NASA is moving forward with a new focus for the manned space program: to go out beyond Earth orbit for purposes of human exploration and scientific discovery.
The winter festivities brought to the station crew more than 7,000 electronic postcards with warm wishes from those celebrating on Earth below.
Before he was sent to live and work on the International Space Station for six months, Expedition 14 Flight Engineer Mikhail Tyurin autographed his crew photo for another famous Russian.
Space station flight controllers have a new home with increased technical capabilities, more workspace and a long, distinguished history.
NASA researchers study smoke particles to improve smoke detectors and help prevent fires in space.
Got 500 years? View one a day and see them all.
With the remaining shuttle missions, NASA will embark on a series of flights as difficult as any in history to complete the space station.
The crew of the International Space Station joined Chef Emeril Lagasse after tasting several of his gourmet creations, delivered to space by the shuttle Discovery.› View This Video
On a quiet wing of the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, healthy people spend weeks at a time just lying around.
STS-115 resumes space station construction.
There will be an added treat for the thousands gathered on the National Mall to watch fireworks.
European Space Agency's laboratory module is nestled in its stand ready to process for flight.› View Arrival Gallery
It's pretty exciting to chat with folks who are traveling at 5 miles a second more than 200 miles above the Earth.
Join Flight Engineer Jeff Williams as he leads you through life aboard the space station.
Built by the European Space Agency, the Columbus laboratory module will expand the Station's research facilities.
If there are bowling-ball size satellites flying in formation inside the International Space Station, where’s Luke Skywalker?