A Russian Soyuz capsule landed safely in Kazakhstan to return three astronauts to Earth after a four-month mission.
A Russian Soyuz space capsule undocked from the International Space Station to return three astronauts home.
The space station is the largest manmade structure in orbit today, but it helps to know when it can be seen.
The photos, taken by different satellites, show Hurricane Sandy on the entire disk of Earth, and a nighttime view.
Today's full moon makes high tides 20 percent higher than normal and can amplify Hurricane Sandy's storm surge.
The SpaceX Dragon spacecraft splashed down in the Pacific to cap off a landmark cargo delivery mission.
The Dragon capsule is packed with nearly 500 vials of astronaut blood and urine, for science of course.
NASA scientists suggest that Hurricane Sandy's female gender may warrant an alternative monster name.
The Soyuz space capsule's arrival doubled the space station's population to six people, a full crew.
The Soyuz spacecraft will deliver three new astronauts to the International Space Station during the docking.
The three-man Soyuz TMA-06M spacecraft launched at 6:51 a.m. ET to begin a two-day trip to the space station.
The Soyuz TMA-06M space capsule will launch the new Expedition 33 crew on Tuesday (Oct. 23) at 6:51 a.m. ET.
A wave of solar particles from the sun may amp up the northern lights displays on Earth Monday night (Oct. 8).
SpaceX launched its Falcon 9 rocket and first commercial Dragon cargo flight to the space station Sunday (Oct. 7).
The space debris may mean it takes SpaceX's private Dragon space capsule longer to reach the station.