International Space Station

Is Canada’s space program slipping out of orbit?

Recent feel-good news masks shrinking budgets and a funding approach that researchers say discourages ‘science for science’s sake’

One giant leap for art: The sculpture that’s headed to the Moon

The Vitae Project wouldn’t be the first piece of art on the moon. But if everything goes right, it may be its most ambitiously beautiful.

‘Here I am.’ The story of a stunning shot in the dark

How an amateur photographer captured an elusive shot of the International Space Station against the Moon

There is peace in space. But will earthly conflicts end it?

U.S.-Russia relations continue to deteriorate. And the International Space Station’s survival is at stake.

One giant peek into mankind: What’s inside an astronaut?

A groundbreaking genetic study of twin NASA astronauts Mark and Scott Kelly may teach us as much about the human body as about space

Boeing and SpaceX to ferry astronauts to space station

The two winners have won contracts to deliver U.S. astronauts to the International Space Station starting in 2017

Chris Hadfield: Canada’s man in space

His tweets captivated millions, and made a boy from Sarnia, Ont., the most famous astronaut alive

Chris Hadfield: Earth-bound

In 2012, Hadfield was denied medical clearance to go to space. He recounts the politics and the chaos that followed.

The wonder of Chris Hadfield

Chris Hadfield divulges details of dispute that almost kept him from space

‘The secrecy and paternalism really bothered me’

An excerpt from Chris Hadfield’s ‘An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on Earth’

Filming the David Bowie video was fun. Then came the biggest crisis of Hadfield’s career.

Chris Hadfield on the view from above and his fear of heights

In conversation with the Canadian astronaut

Where no man has tweeted before — at least, not like this

An interactive exploration of the Chris Hadfield Twitterverse