Firestation, a new experiment on the ISS, is going to give scientists a bird's eye view of upper atmospheric lightning.
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Will we see RC cars on Mars next?
Col. Chris Hadfield managed to do what nobody's done before: he sent millions of eyeballs directly into orbit.
Even though their most famous astronaut debuted the bill from the space station.
It was an impressively fast recovery from what looked for a minute like a fatal failure.
When they first met in 2007, Ted Southern and Nik Moiseev came from two very different worlds. They didn't imagine they'd eventually be in business designing space couture in a modest studio at the Brooklyn Navy Yards.
William Shatner is a fun interview subject and he is not a bad interviewer either.
A N.A.S.A. astronaut shows us what it's like to live on the I.S.S.
On September 12, 1966, Gemini 11 launched and set a record for highest Earth orbital mission.
Even now, calls to and from space are awkward propositions. The elegant video call in _2001_ is about as realistic as the space stations in _2001_. The beautiful spinning ones we were supposed to have by now, with the sounds of "Strauss":http://www.y…
What does China advancing in space mean for the U.S.? Nothing. Or something. It's hard to say.
From flags and pins to iPods and DVD, some interesting things have accompanied this nation's astronauts into space.
SpaceX' 1st Delivery to the ISS is a success, GIFs rejoice!
As we speak, the SpaceX Dragon capsule is hooking up with the International Space Station. That's right folks: NASA and SpaceX have officially welcomed in the private space era. At 9:56 eastern, the robotic arm of the ISS reached out and snatched the…
As you might have heard, SpaceX, a commercial space outfit by Elon Mnsk, (that dude that founded "PayPal":https://www.paypal.com/ and "Tesla Motors":http://www.teslamotors.com/), had to abort their ignition sequences just a half-second before lift of…
SpaceX's ISS missions has been delayed, making NASA rely on Russia launches a little longer.
Commercial spaceflight is inching closer to reality. "SpaceX":http://www.spacex.com/’s Dragon capsule is set to launch on the company’s Falcon 9 rocket from the Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport at Wallops Island, Virginia on April 30, 2012. It wil…
A humanoid robot is on the ISS right now, but should it go any further?