NASA and ESA mark completion of Columbus laboratory for the ISS.
Bill and Cindy McArthur work together to educate children about living in space.
Plans announced for a sequence of space flights that would result in completion of the space station by 2010.
For crews living aboard the International Space Station, holiday dining in space brings special challenges.
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.
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 Russian Soyuz spacecraft delivers the astronauts and cosmonauts to the space station and brings them back to Earth.
› View graphic of Soyuz TMA-01M
Meet the crewmembers of Expedition 11, and learn what inspires these explorers as they prepare for their mission to the International Space Station.
The crewmembers who will live on the International Space Station during the Shuttle's return to flight share their thoughts on their mission and its role in the exploration of space.
Only six years after graduating from college, Liliana Villarreal is preparing Space Station hardware for Return to Flight.› View This Video
Astronaut Mike Fincke is the first U.S. astronaut to miss his baby's birth because he's in orbit.
November 2 marks the fourth anniversary of continuous human habitation aboard the International Space Station.
Floating around the Earth 230 miles up, NASA Astronaut Leroy Chiao is not too far from the polls to stand up and be counted on Election Day.› View This Video
When he was just 3 years-old, Expedition 9 flight engineer Mike Fincke decided he wanted to be an astronaut.› View This Video
The Cupola will offer a birds-eye view of the cosmos from the ISS.
The right protective clothing makes all the difference, especially in space.
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.