Arguably the best way to experience a thunderstorm is watching it from space.
Plant problems are a great learning experience.
He was wearing the same suit that sprung a leak two years ago and nearly drowned a European astronaut.
That's good news for certain kinds of biological and physical science experiments.
The $1.7-million vision system will launch in 2020, and is 'roughly the size of a microwave oven.'
Montreal company Hexoskin is helping the agency develop an "On-Astronaut Wireless Sensor System" that could one day be used on long-term missions.
They’re badasses, but they’re still nerds, too.
Cargo flights finally resume from the US.
A new Canadian study on the effects of microgravity is heading to the International Space Station this week.
NASA teamed up with Microsoft to create a “holographic instruction manual” for the ISS crew.