How NASA keeps its astronauts safe and sane in space
The rigors of interplanetary travel are not for everybody.
Watch CBS livestream the original 1969 Apollo 11 launch broadcast
Relive one of mankind's greatest TV experiences.
Mars crew could 3D-print skin and bones for injuries
ESA scientists are exploring bioprinting in space.
ISS toilet leak dumps two gallons of 'water' on crew
All hands on the poop deck.
NASA announces astronauts for first Commercial Crew missions
Boeing and SpaceX are targeting 2019 for their respective test flights.
Scientists explore using astronaut poop to make space food
The end result? Microbial goo, like Marmite or Vegemite.
Living in space has drastic, negative effects on the brain
We know that zero-g affects humans, but a new study sheds light on how.
NASA study finds first SLS launch should be unmanned for safety
The cost of adding astronauts to a maiden voyage is prohibitive.
NASA trains astronauts with zero-G virtual reality
Using consumer headsets, astronauts can simulate maintenance, exercise and more.