Half a century after humankind entered outer space, an ESA-developed camera produced live-streaming 3D images.
One may think that participation with the ISS would be restricted to an exclusive club. In actuality, others have been taking advantage for years.
Astronauts aboard the International Space Station have captured stunning footage of dangerous Hurricane Irene.
Two studies in the Aug. 25 issue of Nature provide new insights into a cosmic accident that has been streaming X-rays toward Earth.
Even simple scientific experiments can yield amazing results and add to the collective knowledge of the research community.
After months of patiently snoring away in its storage bag, Robonaut 2 -- the first dexterous humanoid robot in space -- finally got its wakeup call.
Many astronomy buffs were not able to fully appreciate the Perseid meteor shower, however, astronaut Ron Garan had a front seat view.
The Robotic Refueling Mission will be transferred to its permanent home on space station’s ExPRESS Logistics Carrier-4.
Close to 300 students in the Caribbean got a very long distance call from the International Space Station.
If you think it's tough to make Baked Alaska at home, imagine trying to cook to perfection 250 miles in the sky.
"Hello from space!" Ron Garan's video blog shows how orbital research can help improve life on Earth and inspire people to make a difference.
The SHERE experiment tests rotation effects on the stress and strain response of a polymer fluid being stretched in microgravity.
A plant experiment flown on Atlantis gave insights to scientists researching bacteria that may help plants produce proteins.
Any scientist can tell you that research is a time-consuming pursuit. In fact, it can take decades to show results.
It's been a decade since the first Materials International Space Station Experiment, or MISSE, was deployed on the International Space Station.
Not all great collaborations are planned. In fact, many of the best partnerships are the work of timing and serendipity.
Chefs across the globe may not know it yet, but their baker’s yeast just left the kitchen and blasted off into low Earth orbit.
Through the Student Spaceflight Experiments Program, 11 communities will take part in the final space shuttle flight.
Atlantis has launched to the Space Station, carrying research ranging from microscopic cell research to macroscopic technology development equipment.
NASA is equipping the trio of SPHERES on the space station with a Nexus™ S handset made by Samsung Electronics and powered by Google’s Android™ platform.