Three members of the International Space Station's crew headed back to Earth on Monday, bringing back unprecedented pictures of the station linked to the shuttle Endeavour.Full story
This story was updated at 10:08 a.m. ET. HOUSTON — Astronauts working outside the International Space Station early Sunday (May 22) ran into problems with bolts and washers popping free, forcing Mission Control to ultimately extend the spacewalk, but the two spaceflyers still managed to finish work Full story
Rachel Maddow shares video of TRMS producer Tricia McKinney watching the launch of the space shuttle Endeavour.
Using her cell phone, airplane passenger Stefanie Gordon snapped a photo of space shuttle Endeavour's final launch into space, providing a rare glimpse of a shuttle liftoff from above the clouds. She discusses the photo with msnbc's Thomas Roberts.
An airplane passenger snapped a photo of the space shuttle Endeavour launching into space, providing a rare glimpse of a shuttle liftoff from above the clouds. NBC's Ann Curry reports.
After a scrubbed launch attempt two weeks ago, the space shuttle Endeavour cut through the Florida sky on Monday under the command of congresswoman Gabby Giffords' husband Mark Kelly. NBC's Tom Costello reports.
Commanded by astronaut Mark Kelly, the husband of wounded congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, the shuttle Endeavour embarks on its final journey into space before being retired.
In a video shot from NASA TV, Endeavour astronaut Drew Feustel works with power cables outside the International Space Station during a spacewalk on Wednesday.
Space shuttle Endeavour astronauts Drew Feustel and Mike Fincke exit the Qwest airlock at the beginning of their spacewalk to conduct maintenance at the International Space Station.
A NASA graphic shows how Endeavour astronauts will use the shuttle's robotic arm and inspection boom on Saturday to take an extra look at a damaged heat shield tile on the spacecraft's belly.