Guest Post Today marks the 15th anniversary of the first component of the International Space Station being sent into orbit — the beginning of one of the most complex and ambitious engineering projects ever attempted.
The basics of living — eating, washing, sleeping, etc. — can be rather dull at times. But when you’re doing the task in space, it’s a completely different story.
NASA astronauts are current outside the International Space Station on a spacewalk, and NASA is streaming the action live.
Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield has charmed us from the International Space Station with music before. But his latest (and last) song from the ISS is a rousing cover of David Bowie’s classic “Space Oddity,” and the stunning visuals alongside it match the tune perfectly.
A n ISS spokesperson told press the switch was made because ISS astronauts and cosmonauts needed an operating system “that was stable and reliable.” Ouch!
Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield walks us through how he sleeps in space.
It’s the ultimate rush. You post some hot content, get a few links and a rush of traffic, and, when checking your Google Analytics traffic logs, realize you had some otherworldly traffic: visitors from the International Space Station.
Chalk up another successful mission for the private space company SpaceX.
Ever wanted to hangout with astronauts? Well, today’s your lucky day.
Proving just how versatile Google+’s Hangouts group video chat feature can be, NASA announced yesterday that it will offer its first Hangout with the crew of the International Space Station later this month.
In 2012, NASA came back with a vengeance — and a spate of fascinating new programs — and we Earthlings fell in love with space exploration all over again.
I guess it’s only appropriate that a company started by a Navy Seal and a marine is now run by an astronaut.
The ISS launched five mini-satellites into space, saving money and bringing educational benefits to young engineers.
It’s one of the most expensive grocery deliveries in history, and the first-ever space mission by a private company to re-supply the International Space Station.
Space Exploration Technologies (SpaceX), run by Tesla Motors chief executive and PayPal mafioso Elon Musk, is looking at a November launch for its second private space flight to the International Space Station.
When the final space shuttle mission launches later this year, two iPhone 4s will be on board.