Boeing's Starliner capsule will trudge back inside for more checks after skipping a Tuesday launch attempt when indications suggested a problem with a valve in the vehicle's propulsion system.
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.
From his perch on the International Space Station, a French astronaut watched a long-running Russian space module break into pieces in a shower of fireworks.
Boeing needs more time to figure out a possible issue with the valves in Starliner's propulsion system.
Cosmonauts Oleg Novitsky and Pyotr Dubrov gave a video tour of the new Russian "Nauka" module that docked at the International Space Station last week.
Boeing is set to launch its Starliner spacecraft on a crucial uncrewed flight to the International Space Station on Aug. 3. Here's how you can watch the weeklong mission live.
Last week, two companies teamed up to beam a recording of Debussy's piano masterpiece "Clair de Lune" to and from the International Space Station, then minted the file as a non-fungible token (NFT).
A Russian module accidentally pushed the International Space Station out of place. Now, a NASA flight director has revealed that the event was even more serious than initially reported.
Starliner rolled out to Space Launch Complex 41 at Florida's Cape Canaveral Space Force Station for the second time this morning (Aug. 2).
Weather concerns continue as NASA and Boeing look to launch the Starliner capsule on a vital uncrewed test flight to the International Space Station on Tuesday (Aug. 3).
See photos of Boeing's Orbital Flight Test 2 mission, the second uncrewed test flight of its Starliner astronaut taxi.
Yesterday's unexpected tilting of the International Space Station was caused by a software glitch, according to Russian space agency Roscosmos.
Nauka's bumpy ride to the International Space Station didn't get any smoother after the new Russian science module docked on Thursday (July 29).
The CST-100 Starliner capsule and its Atlas V rocket rolled out to their pad at Florida's Cape Canaveral Space Force Station this morning (July 29) ahead of their planned Friday liftoff.
The International Space Station has gained a new room after a 13-year wait for its launch and a week-long journey in Earth orbit.
Boeing's astronaut taxi is stepping into the limelight again, and the stakes are even higher this time.
On Monday (July 26), astronauts said goodbye to a cornerstone of the International Space Station and captured stunning images of the compartment burning up in Earth's atmosphere.
For nearly 20 years, Russia's Pirs docking compartment served as one of the primary ports for vehicles arriving and departing from the International Space Station.
A British astrophotographer captured a stunning view of the Nauka science module, just hours after its launch into orbit on Wednesday (July 21).