Crew-2 Launches, Takes Aim on Space Station for Saturday Arrival

Crew-2 astronauts @astro_kimbrough, @Astro_Megan, @aki_hoshide & @thom_astro are on their way to @Space_Station, following Friday morning launch aboard Dragon Endeavour. […]

SpaceX Set to Launch Crew-2 for NASA on Friday Morning

A new crew will travel to @Space_Station tomorrow, as @astro_kimbrough, @Astro_Megan, @Aki_Hoshide & @Thom_astro ride Dragon Endeavour uphill on her 2nd flight. […]

Crew-2 Astronauts Discuss Upcoming Mission, Eye 20 April Launch to ISS

@astro_kimbrough, @Astro_Megan, @Aki_Hoshide & @Thom_astro are primed for their #Crew2 mission, NET 20 Apr. […]

Multi-National Crew-2 Gears Up for 20 April Launch to Space Station

#Crew2 astronauts @Astro_Kimbrough, @Astro_Megan, @Aki_Hoshide & @ @Thom_astro are aiming for 20 Apr launch to @Space_Station, per NASA. […]

Whitson Sets Records for Women, Enters Top Five List of Most Seasoned Spacewalkers on Historic EVA-41

Shane Kimbrough (left) and the world’s most experienced female spacewalker Peggy Whitson (right), at work during EVA-41. Photo Credit: NASA/Twitter/Thomas Pesquet

From the moment she transferred her critical life-support utilities from International Space Station (ISS) power to the internal batteries aboard her space suit, it was clear that Expedition 50 Flight Engineer Peggy […]

Expedition 50 Spacewalkers Prepare Space Station for PMA-3 Relocation

Expedition 50 Commander Shane Kimbrough (right) was making his fifth career EVA, whilst Thomas Pesquet became only the second Frenchman to complete a repeat spacewalk. Photo Credit: NASA

For the 40th time in a little more than 15 years, spacewalkers in U.S.-built Extravehicular Mobility Units (EMUs)—and without the presence of the Space Shuttle—departed […]

NASA Plans PMA-3 Relocation for Commercial Crew, Three Record-Setting EVAs on Tap

Expedition 50 Commander Shane Kimbrough will lead U.S. EVAs 40 and 41. Photo Credit: Shane Kimbrough/NASA/Twitter

Three pivotal and record-setting periods of Extravehicular Activity (EVA) are scheduled to occur from the International Space Station (ISS) over the coming weeks, according to a news conference, held at the Johnson Space Center (JSC) in Houston, […]

NASA Outlines Science Payloads, Ahead of Next ISS-Bound Cygnus Cargo Mission

The OA-7 Cygnus spacecraft, also known as “Space Ship John Glenn”, is prepared for encapsulation within its Atlas V payload fairing. Photo Credit: Alan Walters/AmericaSpace

A wide variety of science and technology payloads, ranging from cancer studies to crystal growth and from plant habitats to the deployment of multiple CubeSats, will travel to […]

SpaceX Soars from 39A for First Time, Delivers Dragon to Space & Returns Falcon to Earth

The inaugural SpaceX Falcon-9 to fly off historic NASA Launch Complex 39A, delivering their Dragon cargo capsule on the CRS-10 resupply flight to the ISS. Photo Credit: John Studwell / AmericaSpace

For the 30th time in under seven years, the roar of Merlin rocket engines heralded another mission for SpaceX earlier today, as […]

Pad 39A Set for First Post-Shuttle Launch, as SpaceX Readies for Weekend Return to Space Station

Sunday’s Static Fire Test left smoke, flame and the roar of rocket engines reverberating across Pad 39A for the first time since the end of the Space Shuttle era. Photo Credit: Jeffrey Siebert/AmericaSpace

After a multi-month hiatus, SpaceX stands ready to resume cargo delivery flights to the International Space Station (ISS), under the […]