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On November 3rd, 1957 Laika the dog became the first animal to enter space. For 55 years she was considered lost. In 2012 the real story is finally...
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5 Centimeters per Second Film Art Book brings you the beautiful art of the acclaimed film 5 Centimeters per Second.This series of three short...
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Russian cosmonaut Gennady Padalka is the new king of space after breaking the old record of 802 days.
The Olympic torch arrived on the International Space Station, but how will it do during a spacewalk?
Comfy cosmonaut cosplay is easy with this relaxed fit space sweatsuit complete with drawstring pants and a Neil Armstrong name tag.
In a virtually trouble-free spacewalk, Russian cosmonauts move a cargo crane from International Space Station module to another, launch a small science satellite, and install debris shields on their command module.
You're secure in your geekhood, so why not use a Cosmonaut stylus? The wide-grip stylus for touch screens is more substantial than the competition.
To collect data on how the human body reacts and adapts to the space environment, a NASA astronaut and a Russian cosmonaut will spend a full year aboard the International Space Station.
A Russian Soyuz spacecraft carrying a cosmonaut, a NASA astronaut, and a Japanese engineer -- all space veterans -- docked with the International Space Station early Tuesday after a flawless rendezvous.
A Russian cosmonaut, a NASA astronaut and a European Space Agency physician-astronaut closed out a six-month stay in space early Sunday with a pinpoint landing in Kazakhstan.
On April 12, 1961, the Soviet cosmonaut became the first human to go into space. It took the Americans another year to put a man into orbit. Fifty years later, Gagarin's fame is as bright as ever, and he may be one of the few Soviets to retain his star power.
A Russian Soyuz rocket carrying a veteran cosmonaut and two NASA astronauts thunder into orbit and set off after the International Space Station to boost the lab's crew back to six.