“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.
The concerning event on Thursday is the latest in a series of problems with Russian modules on the International Space Station.
Scientists will feed the slime its favorite food (oats) and observe microgravity's effects on its exploration behavior and growth.
The 50,000-pound Tianhe module, which includes living quarters for three astronauts, blasted into space on Wednesday.
Scientists sent 12 bottles of Chateau Petrus 2000 and 320 grapevines to the ISS to research sustainable agriculture. And, of course, they tasted it.
Wine experts in Bordeaux compared the aged cosmic wine to its terrestrial counterparts in a blind taste test to see if it really tasted out of this world.
Four astronauts, and a Baby Yoda doll, are on their way to the International Space Station on SpaceX’s Crew Dragon.
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.
The launch, which would have been the first from American soil since 2011 and heralded a new era of private sector space flight, was postponed after a tense day that included a tornado warning.