See what the astronauts see without ever lifting your feet off the ground in this new video series capturing 360 shots of the International Space Station, from where the astronauts go for the best views to how cameras are stored.
The Cygnus cargo spacecraft, developed by Orbital ATK Inc., was captured by the ISS’ robotic arm at 7:28 a.m. EDT (1128 GMT) today. The ship carried materials for science experiments and other supplies for the crew.
SpaceVR wants to bring the universe to your living room and is one step closer to this goal, having signed an agreement with investor and partner NanoRacks to launch its first virtual reality camera satellite in 2017.
Have you dreamed of designing a 3D-printed tool for use on the International Space Station? Here is your chance. The ISS Design Challenge asks makers to develop an object that will be printed on the ISS and used by its astronauts.
NASA is slowly but surely declaring its independence from Russia when it comes to shuttling astronauts to the International Space Station. On Friday, the agency noted that it had ordered a second SpaceX crew mission to the ISS.
Wildlife biologists' new tool for tracking animals is literally out of this world. Researchers from the Max Planck Institute for Ornithology will use the International Space Station to track thousands of migratory animals in real time.
Following a 186-day stay aboard the International Space Station, three astronauts returned safety to Earth in the Soyuz TMA-19M capsule on Saturday, with NASA photographer Bill Ingalls capturing some stunning shots of their return.
It's called an inflatable "room," but banish from your mind any thoughts of five-star luxury. The BEAM living pod is really a test module to see how the habitation system functions in space, and on Monday we took a look inside for…
Tim Peake has been posting some stunning shots of Earth since he arrived on the International Space Station back in December. In response to an often asked question, the astronaut recently showed off the kit he uses to grab the amazing…
Following Thursday's failed effort, NASA had another go on Saturday at expanding the International Space Station's first-ever inflatable room. The good news is that this time everything went pretty much according to plan.