Roscosmos head Dmitry Rogozin has threatened to crash the space station and halted engine sales to the U.S. amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
On Monday, Russia shot down one of its own satellites in a missile exercise. The debris went straight for the International Space Station.
The concerning event on Thursday is the latest in a series of problems with Russian modules on the International Space Station.
The 50,000-pound Tianhe module, which includes living quarters for three astronauts, blasted into space on Wednesday.
NASA has taken extra precautions to prevent Covid-19 from reaching the space station, but it already had a plan for an off-Earth outbreak.
If humans want to not die on Mars, they’ll need a reliable source of water. NASA scientists think they’ve found it in a place where ice is so close to the surface that astronauts could get to it with a shovel.
A small peak in Mare Crisium contains ancient information about the early habitability of our home world.
In caves deep enough to hold entire cities, astronauts and 'cavenauts' are on a mission to prepare themselves for life on Mars.
A year-long experiment involving Mark and Scott Kelly found that long duration space trips affect genes, eyeballs, and cognitive abilities.
Astronauts, they’re just like us!
NASA scientists found drug-resistant strains of bacteria in the ISS toilets, but say they pose no threat to the astronauts—for now.