U.S. astronaut Scott Kelly bid farewell to Twitter at the end of his yearlong mission this morning with a sequence of five sunrise photos before he leaves the International Space Station.
NASA and Russia launched a joint one year mission to the International Space Station. NASA's Scott Kelly and cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko lifted off to the orbiting outpost on March 27, 2015, and landed 340 days later after just under a year in microgravity.
"Super Tuesday," when several U.S. states hold their primary presidential elections, won't be so super for astronaut Scott Kelly.
Scott Kelly blasted off to the International Space Station on March 27, to do what no American had done before: spend nearly a year in orbit.
Scott Kelly, who has been living and working on the space station since last March and is set to return to Earth next week, isn't bringing home a souvenir for himself.
Scott Kelly is about to head home after 11 months aboard the International Space Station, but the NASA astronaut says he could stay in orbit for another year if need be.
When NASA astronaut Scott Kelly announced the first zinnias blooming on the International Space Station, the project joined a long line of successful plants in space.
Although he's almost 250 miles above the ground, NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly still managed to capture a fleeting glimpse of yesterday's Super Bowl matchup."
On Tumblr, Astronaut Scott Kelly presents a gallery of storms on Earth seen from the International Space Station.
NASA astronaut Scott Kelly is passing the time to play a little ping-pong — not using a traditional ball, but a ball of water. Watch the video here.
Zinnias have opened their petals for the first time on the International Space Station, and NASA astronaut Scott Kelly couldn't be prouder.
NASA astronauts Scott Kelly and Tim Kopra and British spaceflyer Tim Peake have beamed home a special New Year's video message for the 7.3 billion people confined to Earth's surface.
Three astronauts currently aboard the International Space Station sent a holiday greeting back to Earth.
Astronauts on the International Space Station will likely take an unplanned spacewalk next week to fix a stuck railcar used by the orbiting lab's robotic arm, NASA officials said today (Dec. 18).
Astronauts give thanks and preview their "traditional" space meal in a new Thanksgiving greeting from the International Space Station.
Astronauts aboard the International Space Station are testing beverage cups that let them literally wake up and smell the coffee.