Russians Go Spacewalking to Collect Experiments, Test GlueTwo Russians took a spacewalk Wednesday to install fresh experiments outside the International Space Station and gather biological samples stuck outside for years.
Astronauts Fix Space Station Power Grid; Water In HelmetTwo spacewalking astronauts — including Britain's first — successfully restored full power to the International Space Station on Friday after replacing a broken electronic box.
NASA Adds 3rd Company To List Of Space Station ShippersNASA is adding a third company to its short list of space station suppliers.
SpaceX's Returned Booster Rocket Back In HangarSpaceX's booster rocket, the Falcon, is back in its nest following a historic landing.
New Spacecraft Will Be Able To 'See' Black HolesAstronomers hope the ESA's LISA pathfinder mission will give them a direct look at black holes and learn more about these tantalizing objects.
NASA Photo Shows A Psychedelic PlutoA false-color image of the dwarf planet reveals previously hidden features on its surface.
NASA: Sun Is Robbing Mars Of Once-Thick Atmosphere, WaterNASA's Mars-orbiting Maven spacecraft has discovered that the sun robbed the red planet of its once-thick atmosphere and water.
NASA Seeking Astronauts For Future Space MissionsNASA will soon begin accepting applications for explorers seeking to take part in future space missions, according to an announcement made by the administration.
Scientists: Mysterious 'WTF' Space Object Unlikely To Destroy EarthAstronomers say a strange object approaching our planet is likely an old piece of space debris, possibly from the moon landing missions.
Strong Evidence Mars Has Streams Of Salt Water In SummertimeScientists are reporting that Mars appears to have not only frozen water but flowing streams of salty water, at least in the summertime.
Japan Delivers Whiskey To Space Station, For ScienceSpirits arrived at the International Space Station on Monday. Not the ghostly ones, but the kind you drink -- distilled spirits.
'Star Trek's' Nichelle Nichols To Be A Passenger On NASA MissionNichelle Nichols also referred to as Lt. Uhara of the original "Star Trek" will be making her own voyage.