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The Space Station, humanity’s only orbital laboratory, continues its mission to conduct microgravity research and experiments, ranging from human physiology to astronomy.
The Center for Advancement of Science in Space and The National Lab to map the International Space Station to collect Street View imagery of the
Put your 3D glasses on and take this amazing narrated tour of the International Space Station…
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) astronaut Kimiya Yui captured this image from the International Space Station of the planet Venus, on Dec. 5, 2015.
November 2, 2000, marks the 15 years anniversary of continuous human presence in orbit, in International Space Station.
International Space Station—the largest cooperative science project ever—is celebrating its 15h birthday. Take a look at NASA’s infographic…
This is the toolbox of the International Space Station by the British ISS astronaut Tim Peake (his Flickr account), offering a detailed look of all
A new Aquatic Habitat, or AQH, aboard the International Space Station, sponsored by the Japanese Space Agency, or JAXA. Scientists will use this unique facility
Comet Lovejoy on 22 Dec. 2011 from the International Space Station. Comet Lovejoy is visible near Earth’s horizon in this nighttime image photographed by NASA