A fresh load of supplies is on its way to the International Space Station.
Three astronauts successfully blasted off Monday to the International Space Station from Kazakhstan, a perfect launch that follows October’s aborted mission.
Some Connecticut kids got an out of this world lesson on Monday.
NASA Astronauts Christina Koch and Nick Hague ventured outside the International Space Station on Friday for about 6.5 hours on the second of three back-to-back spacewalks.
The International Space Station‘s cabin pressure is holding steady after crews repaired a leak on a Russian Soyuz spacecraft attached to the orbital complex, Russia’s space agency said Friday.
Last month, NASA astronaut Christina Koch was less than a week away from a historic all-women spacewalk before a spacesuit availability problem nixed that plan, but Wednesday the space agency announced its intentions to give Koch a different piece of history. This one will just take a lot longer.
NASA has tapped nine astronauts to be the first to launch to the International Space Station from American soil since 2011.
An unmanned Russian cargo ship has docked successfully at the International Space Station, delivering a fresh batch of supplies for the crew.
A small pressure leak was discovered on the International Space Station, according to NASA.
A capsule carrying three astronauts from Russia, Japan and the United States has blasted off for a two-day trip to the International Space Station.