Unsure when U.S. companies will be ready to fly astronauts to the International Space Station, NASA has signed up for six more rides with the Russian space agency, at a cost of $70 million apiece. Continue reading →
A Russian Soyuz capsule arrived in record time at the International Space Station on Thursday, shaving the standard two-day flight down to less than six hours. ->
Two Russian cosmonauts and a NASA astronaut blasted off aboard a Russian Soyuz rocket on Thursday and headed toward the International Space Station, a trip that is expected to take less than six hours, compared to the usual two-day voyage. ->
Artist impression of the Venus Express spacecraft separating from the Soyuz Fregat upper stage rocket after launch (ESA) The cosmos threw a curve ball at us, but a near-Earth object (NEO) called 2010 AL30 missed by over 80,000 miles. Although the object was too small to cause any damage, if it did ...
The latest round of time-lapse videos from the Space Station features a beautiful pass over Canada and northern US under the light of the moon.
Going boldly where no Angry Bird has gone before, the "plain old projectile" red bird blasted-off inside a Soyuz capsule bound for the space station.
How will Wednesday's loss of the Russian Progress M-12M supply vehicle affect the crew living on the International Space Station?
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