International Space Station

NASA Astronaut Tweets Picture Of St. Paul From SpaceYou may remember earlier this week when astronaut Kjell Lindgren tweeted a picture of Minneapolis from the International Space Station, orbiting the earth. Well now, St. Paul residents got a photo of their own.
NASA's Destination Station Comes To The Twin CitiesThe International Space Station may just seem like something floating around in space, but it actually has a real impact on our everyday lives. Now, NASA is bringing the experience of the ISS to the Twin Cities in Destination Station.
4 Things To Know: Prince's New Video, Aquatennial & MoreHere are the four stories you need to know about for Wednesday, July 22. They include a Minnesota-trained expert heading out into space, and the beginning of "the best days of summer."
Minnesota-Trained Doctor To Launch To Space StationAn astronaut trained as a doctor in Minnesota is set to go into space next week. Dr. Kjell Lindgren will be part of NASA's Expedition 44/45 launch on July 22. The Soyuz spacecraft will carry a crew including Lindgren to the International Space Station.
Lauren's Science Corner: The International Space StationWhat is the size of a football field, has a gym, and the best view in our solar system? The International Space Station is an orbiting laboratory or habitable artificial satellite (fancy!) and serves as a space port for a myriad of multi-national spacecraft.
Astronaut Mother Keeps In Touch With Son From Outer SpaceMinnesota native Karen Nyberg, 43, is now on her second trip to the International Space station. She was aboard a Soyuz spacecraft that lifted off from Kazakhstan on May 28, headed for the International Space Station. She became the 50th woman in space during her first trip to the ISS in 2008 – before she became a mother.
Minnesota Native, Astronaut Talks About Mission To Space StationMinnesota native Karen Nyberg, an astronaut with NASA, is making her final preparations for a trip to the International Space Station and joined the WCCO Morning Show Thursday to talk about the upcoming mission.
Mpls. South High Student Invited To Soyuz Launch Abby Harrison knew there was always something she loved about space.
International Space Station SightingYou can see the International Space Station this evening. It'll fly over the Twin Cities from 7:18 to 7:24 p.m. basically across the northern half of the sky moving from the west to the east.
Minn. Scouts To Speak To Space Station AstronautsMinnesota Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts and other students are getting the chance to speak live to astronauts aboard the International Space Station.