Astronauts Celebrate Zero G Halloween, Encourage Kids To 'Be Whoever They Want To Be'Astronauts and cosmonauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) participated in the beloved earthly tradition, sharing their out-of-this-world costumes on social media.
Fidget Spinner In Space! Astronaut Asks: 'How Long Does It Spin?'While it may seem like the days of fidget spinners are over, the craze appears to have finally reached the final frontier!
John Glenn Honored With Launch Of Cargo Ship On Atlas RocketThe commercial cargo ship, dubbed the S.S. John Glenn, holds nearly 7,700 pounds of food, equipment and research for the space station.
Olympic Torch Blasts Into Space For 1st Spacewalk A Russian rocket soared into the cosmos Thursday carrying the Sochi Olympic torch and three astronauts to the International Space Station ahead of the first-ever spacewalk for the symbol of peace.
Obama Administration Rejects Petition To Build A 'Death Star'The Obama administration will not be starting a new “Star Wars” defense initiative.
HealthWatch: Anti-Gravity TreadmillA new device doesn't repeal the laws of physics, but it does un-weight you while you run on the treadmill. It's helping both injured athletes and orthopedic surgery patients get moving again.
Shelton Students' Science Experiment Going To Space On Space Shuttle Endeavour's Final FlightThe science experiment is on board, but Friday's launch has been scrubbed because of a heater failure. NASA has not yet set a firm date for the next launch attempt.
NYC Hopes For Space Shuttle Landing On Hudson RiverThe space shuttle landed in Florida today but New York City hopes another will land alongside its aircraft carrier sometime in the future.

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