Aboard the International Space Station, astronaut Chris Hadfield unveils the new polymer $5 bill, which showcases ISS robots Canadarm2 and Dextre.
When SpaceX made a successful cargo mission to the International Space Station, it marked the first phase in what will be the norm for American space travel for the foreseeable future.
Dextre, the Canadian-built robot on the International Space Station, completes the first stages of practicing refueling with a dummy satellite, a job that could help reduce the orbiting junk pile above our planet.
Marvel at wondrous images of Earth captured by Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield, who's becoming the latest commander of the International Space Station.
When NASA retires the space shuttle fleet next month with STS-135, the mission will carry a refueling experiment that could help extend the life of satellites.
Preparing to jettison from the Canadian Space Agency, Chris Hadfield reflects on Kubrick's epic film and his youth on a corn farm watching "Star Trek" reruns.
New polymer bills replacing paper-cotton notes are full of anti-counterfeiting security features.
STS-135 astronauts dock with the International Space Station on the shuttle program's final flight.