SpaceX is just a week away from its biggest mission, to launch the Crew Dragon, the new passenger spacecraft.
A new wearable technology designed for astronaut’s daily routine aboard the Space Station (ISS), while monitoring and recording vital signs.
TIME + Felix & Paul Studios set out to create a groundbreaking virtual reality series on the International Space Station.
All of 4K video and Time-lapse sequences were taken by the astronauts onboard the ISS (NASA/ESA).
NASA astronauts Anne McClain (background) and Serena Auñón-Chancellor are pictured inside the U.S. Destiny laboratory module aboard the International Space Station.
“Putting this journey into words will not be easy, but I will try. I am finally where I was born to be,” said @AstroAnnimal, NASA
Take a look in the video a rocket launch as seen from the Space Station.
The Space Station, humanity’s only orbital laboratory, continues its mission to conduct microgravity research and experiments, ranging from human physiology to astronomy.
An astronaut aboard the Space Station (ISS) shot this photograph while orbiting at an altitude of more than 250 miles over Australia.
This composite image, made from nine frames, shows the International Space Station, in silhouette as it transits the Sun at roughly five miles per second,