International Space Station
“Welcome back, Mark!” Russian mission control greeted astronaut Mark Vande Hei after returning from his record-breaking stay aboard the ISS.
The Russian space agency Roscosmos expressed "skepticism" about continuing its role on the International Space Station after 2024.
Russia denied anyone was endangered by a debris field generated by the anti-satellite strike, even as NASA released an audio recording of astronauts scrambling to safety.
The concerning event on Thursday is the latest in a series of problems with Russian modules on the International Space Station.
Scientists mailed freeze-dried mouse sperm on a postcard and birthed pups on the other side, a major advance for affordable long-distance sperm transfer.
The experiment demonstrated gene-editing using CRISPR/Cas9 in space for the first time, and was proposed by high school students.
The 50,000-pound Tianhe module, which includes living quarters for three astronauts, blasted into space on Wednesday.
A user who claims to be part of the team that designed the International Space Station thinks that the Cheeto might break a solar cell or two if it were to collide with the station.
Monday marks the International Space Station's 20th anniversary, and its next decade will bring major changes that will alter the course of human activities in space.
Who wants to look up at the sky when you could be looking at your NES?
The agency is hoping to build an outer space commercial economy, possibly including cosmetics commercials from orbit.