Crew members in the US section were forced to move in the Russian area earlier this morning.
Despite its initial failure, Elon Musk is optimistic about improving future SpaceX mission landings.
The first meteor shower of 2015 peaks tonight.
Images of recent severe weather, solar flares and holiday lights provide a unique perspective on the world.
Mars One wants to send volunteers on a one-way trip to the red planet, and make a TV show out of it
The European Space Agency put the idea forward in hopes of achieving long-term access to the moon
NASA’s test flight launched early Friday morning and successfully splashed back down in the Pacific hours later.
A multi-national crew that blasted off in a Russian Soyuz rocket from Kazahkstan Sunday is headed for the ISS.
Launched a decade ago Thursday, the satellite has captured previously unseen phenomena and created new branches of astronomy.
After a bumpy start, the Rosetta Mission lander is safely on the surface of 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, collecting science data and images and sending them back to Earth.
The International Rosetta Mission made history Wednesday when a small robotic lander will attempt to touch down on a comet for the first time.
An American flight engineer who landed back on Earth in Kazakhstan Monday documented his months-long journey on social media.
The ALMA system of antennas has high-resolution capabilities that produced an image of a star with planet-forming rings roughly 450 light-years from the Earth, like “a penny as seen from more than 110 kilometers away.”
Investigators said that a feature for re-entering the atmosphere had deployed earlier, adding that pilot error could not be ruled out
No one was hurt after the privately operated rocket caught fire shortly after blasting off from a launch pad in Virginia