Those on board the International Space Station got to see Hollywood's new space-based disaster flick before it lands in Earth's cinemas.Read the full story ›
An astronaut on the International Space Station has shared his experiences from outer space in the first Twitter chat from the craft.Read the full story ›
Three astronauts have landed back on earth after 199 days in orbit, a month longer than scheduled.Read the full story ›
After 200 days three astronauts are on their way back to Earth, Samantha Cristoforetti broke the longest space journey by a woman record.Read the full story ›
British singer Sarah Brightman has postponed her planned trip to the International Space Station due to "personal family reasons".Read the full story ›
Astronauts on the International Space Station can now enjoy fresh Italian espresso, thanks to an experimental coffee machine.
Over the weekend, Italian spacefarer Samantha Cristoforetti, fired up the contraption and had the first interstellar shot of Java.
"Coffee: the finest organic suspension ever devised." Fresh espresso in the new Zero-G cup! To boldly brew... http://t.co/Zw2CllJgzF
She posted a photo of herself on Twitter on Sunday, sipping from a cup designed for use in zero-gravity.
For the special occasion, she put on her Star Trek uniform top. She could not resist tweeting the phrase "to boldly brew".
The fresh brew will be seen as a welcome treat on board the space station, as its inhabitants usually have to suffer pouches of Nasa's instant coffee - drunk through a straw - for their regular caffeine fix.
An unmanned cargo ship will not dock with the International Space Station because of problems after it launched, the head of the Russian space agency said.
Igor Komarov, head of Roscosmos, listed a series of problems that had made the Progress freighter tumble out of control since early yesterday and added: "Because of this, the craft's continued flight and its docking with the ISS is not possible."
Astronauts arriving for their new mission hug the crew on arrival at the International Space Station.Read the full story ›
An astronaut has set off for NASA's first year-long mission to the International Space Station - leaving his identical twin back on Earth.Read the full story ›
A Soyuz capsule carrying two Russians and a US astronaut landed in Kazakhstan after six months on the International Space Station (ISS).Read the full story ›