International Space Station Videos
A Race to the South Pole to Save a Worker in Need of Medical Help
Two small planes are on their way to rescue a worker in need of medical attention at the South Pole, which boasts temperatures of minus 70 degrees and 24 hours of darkness.
Dangerous Rescue of Antarctica Worker in Sub-Zero Temperatures
Rescue crews are attempting to reach a sick worker at a research station in the South Pole.
Harvest Time at the White House Kitchen Garden
Michelle Obama hosts her final harvest at the annual White House Kitchen Garden event.
A Speck of Dust Chips the Window of the International Space Station
A tiny dust particle was the likely cause of a chip found in an ISS window, revealing the serious threat potential of space debris.
SpaceX Lands Rocket at Sea During Launch from Cape Canaveral
SpaceX successfully landed the first stage of its Falcon 9 rocket on an ocean platform during a mission to launch a Japanese commercial communications satellite into orbit early Friday morning.
Sanders Criticizes Clinton for Big Ticket Fundraising
The Democratic candidate for president talks about the New York primary, fight to raise the minimum wage, and more on "This Week."
SpaceX Dragon Lifts Off for ISS for First Time Since Last Year's Failure
An explosion after liftoff last year destroyed thousands of pounds of cargo headed to resupply the International Space Station.
SpaceX Dragon Will Launch Inflatable Room to International Space Station
"BEAM" may one day be used by astronauts traveling to Mars or on another deep space mission.
ARCHIVAL VIDEO: Mir Space Station Returns to Earth
On March 23, 2001, the Russian station ended its 15-year orbit and plunged back into Earth's atmosphere.
Coming Back to Earth After a Year in Space
Scott Kelly says goodbye to the International Space Station; find out what his transition to life back on Earth will be like.