Three space station crew members have returned home to the Earth after spending nearly 200 days off the planet.
Wednesday’s planned homecoming of 3 space station crewmembers is being delayed while engineers assess if the rocket problem that doomed a cargo ship last month could surface on a similar booster used for human spaceflights.
Russia on Saturday announced initial plans to build a new orbital space station together with NASA to replace the International Space Station (ISS), which is set to operate until 2024.
A three-person crew blasted off to the International Space Station today (March 27), and two of them won't be coming back to Earth for a full year.
An American astronaut and two Russian cosmonauts have landed safely on after 167 days in orbit at the International Space Station. The space travelers were all smiles despite below-freezing temperatures of their snow-covered landing site in Kazakhstan.
Although possible toxic ammonia leak onboard the International Space Station on Wednesday was a false alarm, how would the crew handle a real emergency on the orbiting outpost?
With the recent dust-ups between the United States and Russia putting the spotlight on the two countries' International Space Station (ISS) arrangements, DNews Space Producer Ian O'Neill ponders an intriguing question: Who owns the ISS?
Olaf, the goofy snowman from Disney's hit film Frozen, is floating aboard the International Space Station.
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