Get the latest news from the space station. Read about spacewalks, science on the orbiting laboratory and how the crew members keep their home and workplace in tip-top shape.› Main Station Page
The Kennedy Space Center provides launch sites for the space shuttle and numerous launch vehicles delivering important payloads into orbit. This launch schedule provides the latest information on upcoming rocket launches.› Launch Schedule
Kennedy Space Center plays a key role in the development of the growing outpost, from prelaunch processing of permanent station elements to successfully launching each U.S. mission to the station.› ISS Payloads
Houston. It was the first word from the moon, and the city has served as the home of Mission Control and the nation’s human spaceflight program for more than 40 years. But even though Houston has been the home of NASA's astronaut corps for decades, the city has never had a hometown astronaut -- until now.
Along with the obvious thrill of launching into space, astronaut Shannon Walker's flight to the space station next year will hold a sentimental and historical significance.
Visit the International Space Station site for up-to-date information about the orbital outpost.
Two types of Russian spacecraft visit the International Space Station. The Soyuz vehicle delivers astronauts and cosmonauts. The Progress cargo ship delivers food, supplies and fuel to resupply the resident crew.› Read about the piloted Soyuz spacecraft
JSC is the lead center for space shuttle activities.
JSC is home to the NASA astronaut corps and is responsible for training space explorers from the United States and our space station partner nations.
The Mission Control Center at Johnson Space Center directs all space shuttle missions, including International Space Station assembly flights. MCC also manages all activity onboard the International Space Station.