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The International Space Station is a $100 billion research outpost in low-Earth orbit. It was built by 15 different countries and overseen by 5 space agencies, among them NASA, Russia's Roscosmos agency, the European Space Agency, the Canadian Space Agency and the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency. Construction began in 1998 and rotating astronaut crews have lived on the ISS continuously since 2000. Today, the ISS is the largest human-built structure in space. See the latest news, photos and videos from ISS missions here.
The first film crew to fly into space has returned to Earth after 12 days shooting scenes for a movie on the International Space Station. Yulia Peresild and Klim Shipenko landed with Oleg Novitskiy.
Unplanned thruster firings by a Russian spacecraft briefly knocked the International Space Station off kilter today (Oct. 15), the second such incident in less than three months.
New high-resolution satellite images reveal lava rivers spilling from the Cumbre Vieja volcano on the Spanish island of La Palma as the devastating eruption shows no signs of stopping.
Endurance is scheduled to launch toward the International Space Station on Oct. 30, kicking off SpaceX's Crew-3 mission.
Two astronauts expected to fly on early missions of Boeing's crew capsule will instead ride to orbit with SpaceX, NASA announced today (Oct. 6).
A Russian actress and director arrived at the International Space Station Tuesday (Oct. 5) on a Soyuz spacecraft to shoot a movie in orbit.
Two images shared on Twitter last week by cosmonaut Oleg Novitsky show the International Space Station in all its complex, multimodular glory.
Russian actress Yulia Peresild, producer Klim Shipenko and cosmonaut Anton Shkaplerov have launched on a 12-day mission to the International Space Station to film a feature-length movie in space.
On Oct. 5, 2021, Russia will launch a film crew to the International Space Station for a 12-day mission to film part of a movie in space. See photos of the crew and their mission here!
Late Thursday night (Sept. 30) in the southeastern United States, anybody looking up could have glimpsed a brilliant streak, trailing down into the Atlantic Ocean off Florida's east coast.
An astronaut aboard the International Space Station (ISS) captured a stunning new photo of the luminous green and red lights of an aurora hugging clouds swirling around Earth's night side.
SpaceX's Dragon cargo spacecraft returned to Earth tonight (Sept. 30), packed full of science experiments after one month at the International Space Station.