Crewed Mission to the ISS Makes Emergency Landing Minutes After Launch
Two astronauts had to make an emergency landing this morning after an engine failure on a joint US-Russian mission to the ISS.
NASA Announces the First Astronauts Who Will Fly in the SpaceX Dragon
On Friday, NASA debuted the teams that will pilot America’s two commercial spacecraft: Boeing's Starliner and SpaceX's Crew Dragon.
Rocket Wildfire in Kazakhstan Kills Member of Clean-Up Crew
Hot, windy weather may have exacerbated the grass fire that killed a rocket debris collector on Wednesday.
Before He Was an Astronaut, David Saint-Jacques Was a Doctor in an Inuit Village
His time in the Arctic will shape his mission in space.
Somehow, Canada's Newest Spacebound Astronaut Seems Overqualified
David Saint-Jacques is a medical doctor, engineer and astrophysicist.
A Doctor Is Spending a Year in Antarctica to Research the Isolation of Space
Among other things, Floris van den Berg will be studying whether his crewmates remember how to fly a Soyuz after spending time in the environment.
Watch Three Astronauts Launch to the International Space Station
NASA’s Jeff Williams will have clocked up over 530 days in space after this, his fourth mission.
Space Tech Is Helping Engineer the World's Biggest Nuclear Fusion Reactor
If it can withstand the Sun it can manage fusion.
Why Astronauts Are Stuck on a Two-Day Trip to the Space Station
The fast track to outer space is temporarily out of service.
How To Change Parking Spaces in Earth's Orbit
The joys of parking at 17,000 miles per hour.
The Soviet Architect Who Drafted the Space Race
Galina Balashova's futuristic illustrations propelled the Soviet space program.
NASA Must Pay Russia $490 Million Because Congress Won't Fund Trips to Space
By refusing to directly fund NASA, Congress has indirectly funded Roscosmos.