Flight Engineers Oleg Kotov and Max Suraev completed the first spacewalk of the Expedition 22 mission at 10:49 a.m. EST Thursday, Jan. 14.
With the arrival of Flight Engineers T.J. Creamer, Oleg Kotov and Soichi Noguchi, Expedition 22 has its full complement of five crew members aboard the International Space Station.
NASA astronaut T.J. Creamer, Russian cosmonaut Oleg Kotov and Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency astronaut Soichi Noguchi launched in their Soyuz TMA-17 spacecraft to begin a two-day journey to the International Space Station.
The first Earth vs. Space chess match, begun during astronaut Greg Chamitoff’s Expedition 17 stay aboard the International Space Station, is over – and the Earth won.
Three laboratories on the Space Station allow for out of this world advanced research.
Expedition 21 Flight Engineer and Soyuz Commander Roman Romanenko, European Space Agency Flight Engineer Frank De Winne and Canadian Space Agency Flight Engineer Robert Thirsk have returned to Earth, landing on the steppes of Kazakhstan in their Soyuz TMA-15 spacecraft.
Experience the thrill of conducting repair work on the International Space Station! As an astronaut, can you complete each of four spacewalks to help install a new solar array?
NASA and Microsoft have released an interactive, 3-D photographic collection of internal and external views of the International Space Station and a model of the next Mars rover using Microsoft's Photosynth technology.
Thanks to the wonders of the Internet, real-time tracking data and the Gateway to Astronaut Photography of Earth, you can take a look at the Earth below from where the International Space Station is right now.
Take a virtual tour of the orbital outpost.
View more NASA video, crew wake-up calls and other behind-the-scenes videos on the ReelNASA YouTube channel.› View the videos →
Expedition 22 Commander Jeff Williams and Flight Engineers T.J. Creamer and Soichi Noguchi discuss their activities with Twitter.› View This Video
Commander Jeff Williams and Flight Engineer T.J. Creamer salute the U.S. forces in Iraq with a special in-flight call to Baghdad.› View This Video
Astronaut Jeff Williams, aboard the International Space Station 220 miles above Earth, is taking your questions. Post a video response with your question at ReelNASA on YouTube. Williams' schedule will not allow him to answer many questions, but he will attempt to answer a few each week.› View This Video
Exterior photos show the Station's growth as new components are added.
See how the International Space Station orients itself.