ESA Human Spaceflight and Exploration 10 Feb 2010, 08:17 UTC The conditions in northern Europe are set for nice views of the ISS as it passes overhead up to four times a night this coming weekend. All you need is the timetable and a clear sky.
NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope 9 Feb 2010, 23:30 UTC Artwork inspired by NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope is making an appearance at this year's Winter Olympics in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Science and Technology Facilities Council News and Press Releases 8 Feb 2010, 11:29 UTC Scientists working on the Cassini space mission have found negatively charged water ions in the ice plume of Enceladus. Their findings, based on analysis from data taken in plume fly-throughs in 2008 and reported in the journal Icarus, provide evidence for the presence of liquid water, which suggests the ingredients for life inside the icy moon.
ESA Human Spaceflight and Exploration 8 Feb 2010, 06:44 UTC ESA PR 02-2010 Space Shuttle Endeavour was launched at 10:14:08 CET today and is heading for the International Space Station carrying two sophisticated European modules: Node-3 (Tranquility) and Cupola. Their installation will mark the completion of the non-Russian part of the ISS, with more than a third of the pressurised Station elements designed and built in Europe.
ESA Top News 7 Feb 2010, 06:44 UTC NASA has scheduled Space Shuttle Endeavour's next launch attempt for Monday 8 February at 10:14 CET. The Mission Management Team will meet just after midnight (00:15 CET) to give the 'go' to fill Endeavour's external fuel tank with propellant.
ESA Human Spaceflight and Exploration 5 Feb 2010, 15:01 UTC Space Shuttle Endeavour is being prepared at the Kennedy Space Center for a launch towards the International Space Station. Countdown is on and the first Space Shuttle mission of the 2010 is due to begin at 10:39 Central European Time (CET) this Sunday.
ESA Human Spaceflight and Exploration 5 Feb 2010, 11:25 UTC The unmanned Progress-36 space ferry reached the International Space Station this morning with fresh food, air, propellant, scientific experiments and other cargo. The crew of the Space Station got also an extra treat: a 3D movie camera from ESA.
NASA's Ames Research Center News and Features 5 Feb 2010, 05:00 UTC NASA scientists hope to better understand exactly how and why plants grow differently in space in an experiment named, Tropi.