Kapow! Inflatable space station module blows to pieces in video explosion

On Jan. 27, 1967, a fire swept through the Apollo 1 Command Module (filled with pure oxygen) during a launch rehearsal test, quickly killing astronauts Gus Grissom, Ed White, and Roger Chaffee.

While on the Moon, astronauts did not have any data to tell how long the small water tank used for cooling in their backpacks would last. After returning to and repressurizing the Lunar Module, they could drain and measure remaining water in the backpacks to confirm the predicted

Astronaut Walt Cunningham, who test-flew Apollo 7 command module, dies at 90

Boom! Watch an inflatable space station module explode on video

Artemis splash down a reminder: Apollo 10 lunar module keeps on trekking

Europe celebrates performance of Orion service module

First Artemis lunar mission ends, so long European Service Module-1

Watch live from 16:00 UTC on 11 December as the European Service Module separates from Orion and the crew capsule splashes down near Isla Guadalupe in the Pacific Ocean, marking the end of the Artemis I lunar mission

Apollo 11 astronauts had to sleep on the cold lunar module floor but astronauts from Apollo 12 on were provided with adjustable hammocks which helped reduce the cooling effects of contact with the cabin floor

Cosmonauts Finish Spacewalk for Work on Space Station’s Science Module

China Launches Mengtian, the Last Major Module to its Space Station

China completes T-shaped Tiangong space station with new Mengtian module move

China space station is close to completion as the Mengtian laboratory module has been successfully launched

China launches final module to complete Tiangong space station (video)

China successfully launches final part of its three-module space station, to complete T-shape structure assembly

China Launches Its Space Station’s Third and Final Module

China launches lab module Mengtian as space station approaches completion

China rolls out rocket to launch 3rd and final space station module (photos)

Astronaut Jim McDivitt, commander of NASA’s first spacewalk and the first crewed flight of the Apollo Lunar Module (LM), dies at age 93.