ISS

The Crew of the ISS has Found the Source of the Station’s Air Leak

The ISS crew has found the source of the elusive leak using (wait for it!) tea leaves! The hole is…

1 year ago

The Oxygen Supply has Failed in the Russian Zvezda Module of the ISS. Don’t Worry, the Astronauts aren’t in Danger, but the Station is Showing its Age

Crews aboard the ISS are working to repair the leak, which posed no significant risk. Unfortunately, it shows that the…

1 year ago

The Air Leak on the International Space Station is Worse Than Previously Believed

The crew aboard the ISS have managed to narrow the search for the leak, which NASA and Roscosmos both insist…

1 year ago

Astronauts Come Back to Earth on August 2nd, Completing the Full Crew Dragon Test

On Sunday, August 2nd, astronauts Bog and Doug will return from the ISS, thus completing NASA's first crewed mission from…

1 year ago

Tiny Cubesat Detects an Exoplanet

A team of MIT researchers have observed a Super-Earth using a CubeSat, making it the smallest satellite to study an…

1 year ago

This is Foam, Made in Space

Say hello to Space Foam. The ESA has a science lab on the International Space Station called Columbus. Inside that…

2 years ago

NASA tells Boeing to Make 61 Corrective Actions to Starliner Before the Program can Continue

An independent review has found 61 issues that need to be fixed before Boeing's CST-100 Starliner can take to space…

2 years ago

SpaceX Launches its Last Dragon 1 Mission to the ISS

SpaceX just launched its 20th mission as part of its resupply services to the ISS, which also happened to be…

2 years ago

Future Astronauts Could Enjoy Fresh Vegetables From an Autonomous Orbital Greenhouse

A team from a Russian polytechnic university is working on an autonomous space module where fresh vegetables could be grown…

2 years ago

NASA Astronaut Jessica Meir Took a Space Selfie, Capturing her Reflection in the Space Station

If there's an award for "Selfie of the Year" NASA astronaut Jessica Meir just won it. (more…)

2 years ago