Stunning view of Earth's night lights captured from space – See pic!

Stunning view of Earth's night lights captured from space – See pic!

The stunning view was taken when ISS was passing over the island nation of Kiribati at the time, about 2600 kilometers (1,600 miles) south of Hawaii.

SpaceX Dragon returns to Earth from space station today

SpaceX Dragon returns to Earth from space station today

The Dragon spaceship arrived at the space station on April 10 delivering almost 7,000 pounds of cargo to the astronauts.

Why astronauts get awestruck viewing Earth from space

Why astronauts get awestruck viewing Earth from space

Researchers are now studying the phenomenon called the "overview effect" to better understand the emotions astronauts commonly recount when they look at the Blue Marble from space.

SpaceX to launch first cargo since 2015 accident

SpaceX to launch first cargo since 2015 accident

Nine months after a SpaceX rocket exploded on the way to the International Space Station, the California-based company is counting down to the launch Friday of another flight to resupply astronauts in orbit.

Three NASA astronauts return to Earth after completion of #YearInSpace mission

NASA astronaut Scott Kelly along with Russian counterpart Mikhail
Kornienko and commando Sergey Volkov returned safely to Earth after spending 340 days in space. Watch the video and get to know more.

China to launch second space lab Tiangong-2 in Q3

China will send its second orbiting space lab Tiangong-2 into space in the third quarter of this year, which is expected to dock with a cargo ship next year, authorities said on Sunday.

NASA receives record number of applications for astronauts

NASA receives record number of applications for astronauts

NASA hopes to announce its selections in mid-2017.

NASA sees record number of astronaut applications

NASA sees record number of astronaut applications

The number of applications for a spot in NASA's 2017 class is almost triple the amount that came in during the last recruitment call for the 2012 class.

Space Shuttle Challenger disaster 30th anniversary: NASA remembers its heroes – Watch emotional videos

Space Shuttle Challenger disaster 30th anniversary: NASA remembers its heroes – Watch emotional videos

On the 30th anniversary of the Shuttle Challenger disaster, NASA is paying tribute to its fallen heroes.

See pic – Stunning aurora and the Pacific Northwest as seen from ISS!

See pic – Stunning aurora and the Pacific Northwest as seen from ISS!

The astronauts uploaded the stunning aurora pictures on their Twitter accounts.

Orbital ATK’s Cygnus cargo craft set for rendezvous with space station

Orbital ATK’s Cygnus cargo craft set for rendezvous with space station

The Cygnus cargo craft is set to make its rendezvous with the space station today.

See pic: NASA's image of the day - Earth in full view!

See pic: NASA's image of the day - Earth in full view!

The US space agency has released a stunning photo of Earth that shows our blue planet in full view.

British astronaut to run a marathon in space

British astronaut to run a marathon in space

Tim Peake will run a digital version of next year's London Marathon on a treadmill as the ISS orbits the earth.

Space cups give ISS astronauts zero-gravity espresso experience

Last year when Italy sent an espresso machine up to the International Space Station (ISS), researchers wondered how astronauts would sip their double shot espresso in a zero-gravity situation in space.

What happens when you go to space!

What happens when you go to space!

Below are a few things that happens when astronauts go to the International Space Station.

NASA booster for deeper space mission including Mars

NASA booster for deeper space mission including Mars

 In a bid to bolster its effort to prepare humans for deeper space missions, NASA engineers have refined the key thermal protection system of Orion - new exploration spacecraft designed to ferry astronauts to asteroid and Mars.

International Space Station suffers short circuit, power system degraded

International Space Station suffers short circuit, power system degraded

The International Space Station has taken a power hit, and spacewalking repairs may be needed.

Astronauts Scott Kelly, Kjell Lindgren prepare for second spacewalk today

Astronauts Scott Kelly, Kjell Lindgren prepare for second spacewalk today

Kelly and Flight Engineer Lindgren will spend six hours outside the International Space Station Friday.

NASA seeks astronauts for deeper space missions

NASA seeks astronauts for deeper space missions

From pilots and engineers to scientists and medical doctors, NASA selects qualified astronaut candidates from a diverse pool of US citizens with a wide variety of backgrounds.

Ready for space flight? Don't forget your sleeping pills

Ready for space flight? Don't forget your sleeping pills

The medications they used, the reasons they used them and how well they said the medicines worked were analysed.