"Station, this is your President. Do you hear me?"
Earlier today, President Trump took time out of his busy schedule to video-call the American astronauts aboard the International Space Station. In between comments on how great American technology is, Trump seems to have let slip his administration's Mars policy. Show More Summary
On Monday morning President Donald Trump was joined by his daughter, Ivanka, and NASA astronaut Kate Rubins, as he made contact with the International Space Station to congratulate Peggy Whitson on her record-breaking contribution to...Show More Summary
Ivanka Trump joined the call, in which the president congratulated Peggy Whitson for setting a new U.S. space record.
The NASA astronaut broke the record for most time in Space by a NASA astronaut on April 24, 2017. Donald Trump called the International Space Station to congratulate her.
President congratulates her record-breaking stay on the International Space Station.
President Donald Trump made a very long distance phone call to the International Space Station, to congratulate its commander on breaking the record for the most time spent in space … Click to Continue »
Peggy Whitson is a biochemist who has twice commanded the International Space Station. When she comes back down to Earth this year, she'll have logged more than 650 days in space.
President Donald Trump spoke with NASA astronauts aboard the international space station on Monday, discussing the effects of...
International Space Station Commander Peggy Whitson has broken the record for cumulative time spent in space by a NASA astronaut. Whitson is currently serving her third stint aboard the ISS, and with five months of her mission remaining,...Show More Summary
President Donald Trump will be speaking live Monday morning with NASA astronauts on board the international space station.
President Donald Trump will be joined by first daughter Ivanka Trump in the Oval Office on Monday to call NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson live on board the International Space Station. Read mores | Comments
International Space Station (ISS) commander Peggy Whitson has added a new record to the list of her trailblazing achievements. At 1.27 a.m. ET on April 24 she became the U.S. astronaut with the longest cumulative time spent in space: 534 days, 2 hours, 49 minutes and counting. Whitson took the...
If anything should break in space, let it be records. The astronauts of Expedition 50 have done just that by setting a new record for most time spent on scientific research on the International Space Station.
President to congratulate her record-breaking stay on the International Space Station.
An Orbital ATK Cygnus spacecraft packed with more than 7,600 pounds of supplies and science experiments arrived safely at the International Space Station early Saturday morning.
A supply ship bearing John Glenn's name arrived at the International Space Station on Saturday.
A supply ship bearing John Glenn's name arrived at the International Space Station on Saturday. Astronauts used the station's big robot arm to grab the capsule, as the craft flew 250 miles above Germany. NASA's commercial shipper, Orbital ATK, named the spacecraft the S.S. John Glenn in honor...
By Irene Klotz CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (Reuters) - A two-man U.S.-Russian crew floated into the International Space Station on Thursday, hours after blasting off from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, a NASA TV broadcast showed. A Russian Soyuz capsule carrying U.S. Show More Summary
From the Apollo 15 mission in 1971 onwards, every manned space flight has had a Nikon camera onboard. Here are a few time-lapse videos made using Nikon cameras aboard the International Space Station. We recommend playing the video at 0.75x speed.