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Russia: Cargo rocket crashes in Siberiaupdated: Wed Aug 24 2011 13:12:00

A Russian space freighter carrying cargo to the International Space Station has crashed in a remote area of Siberia, Russian emergency officials said Wednesday.

Next space age has a business model, astronauts sayupdated: Wed Jul 20 2011 18:21:00

As crew members of the last space shuttle flight hovered over Earth for the final time, they spoke with CNN Wednesday about the next frontier in space flight.

Space Shuttle Atlantis undocks from International Space Stationupdated: Tue Jul 19 2011 10:21:00

For the last time in the foreseeable future, a U.S. space shuttle undocked from the International Space Station.

Space station crew takes final spacewalk of shuttle eraupdated: Tue Jul 12 2011 11:28:00

Floating 245 miles over the Earth Tuesday, NASA engineers Michael Fossum and Ronald Garan tethered themselves to the International Space Station and paused to absorb the view.

Debris poses no danger to station, shuttle, NASA saysupdated: Mon Jul 11 2011 10:40:00

The International Space Station and space shuttle Atlantis are not in danger from an orbiting piece of debris after all, NASA said Monday.

Last launch for space shuttle Atlantisupdated: Sat Jul 09 2011 17:35:00

The space shuttle Atlantis lifted off Friday morning, marking the last blast-off of NASA's 30-year shuttle program.

Russian satellite launch failsupdated: Sun Dec 05 2010 21:32:00

Russia's space agency is investigating the failed launch of three navigational satellites, the agency reported Sunday.

Craft misses dock, floats off into spaceupdated: Fri Jul 02 2010 15:38:00

Video shows an unmanned cargo vessel that was supposed to dock at the ISS floating around in space.

Resupply vessel fails to dock with space stationupdated: Fri Jul 02 2010 15:38:00

An unmanned cargo spacecraft failed to dock as scheduled Friday with the International Space Station, a NASA spokeswoman said.

Russian, U.S. satellites collide in spaceupdated: Thu Feb 12 2009 19:02:00

Two satellites, one Russian and one American, have collided some 800 kilometers (500 miles) above Siberia, the Russian and U.S. space agencies, said Thursday.

Russian reliance: Should NASA depend on Soyuz to go to space?updated: Tue Jan 13 2009 13:34:00

In August, Just Imagine took a wider look at the possibilities of tomorrow, including what could be a sign that the United States is losing ground as a leading superpower in space.

Google founder signs up for space tripupdated: Wed Jun 11 2008 16:05:00

Google co-founder Sergey Brin has paid $5 million to secure a seat on a Russian Soyuz spacecraft, officials said Wednesday.

Who owns the moon? It's 'complicated,' say expertsupdated: Mon May 19 2008 09:33:00

One of Francis Williams' favorite stories to tell is about the time he was pulled over for speeding.

Soyuz capsule lands off targetupdated: Wed Apr 23 2008 16:24:00

A Soyuz capsule carrying South Korea's first astronaut, an American and a Russian landed off-course in Kazakhstan.

Shortcut to living in spaceupdated: Tue Dec 05 2006 05:35:00

In a move likely to change the face of space exploration, NASA has announced it hopes to establish a permanent base on the Moon by 2024.

Quick turnaround for shuttleupdated: Thu Jul 20 2006 10:07:00

With Discovery back on Earth, NASA is confident the orbiter can be turned around in time for a December 2006 launch, though ground crews have their work cut out for them to redress the orbiter for that STS-116 mission.

Europe may buy mini shuttleupdated: Wed Dec 07 2005 10:47:00

With NASA's beleaguered shuttle still grounded over safety concerns -- and given the unanswered questions about its replacement, the Crew Exploration Vehicle, which won't be ready to fly until 2012 -- the European Space Agency (ESA) is mulling an option to buy its own ride to space.

NASA considers yearlong space missions updated: Fri Apr 09 2004 13:36:00

NASA is considering a proposal from its Russian partner to double the length of missions to the International Space Station from six months to one year.

Space station crew's stay extendedupdated: Thu Mar 25 2004 16:07:00

The two-man crew aboard the international space station will stay in space one extra day, returning to Earth April 30, to enable the returning crew to extend its handover operations with the crew that will take its place, a NASA spokesman said.

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