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Boeing’s CEO should be removed as chairman of the company’s board amid its 737 Max crisis, a major shareholder advisor says
ISS recommended investors vote to require an independent director of Boeing's board — a drastic departure from its previous guidance to shareholders.
NASA had to cancel the first all-female spacewalk in history because it didn’t have spacesuits in the right size
NASA said in a statement that astronaut Anne McClain had been replaced for Friday's mission with Christina Koch by male astronaut Nick Hague.
Dutch astronaut André Kuipers said he dialed the wrong number while trying to contact NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston.
Russia’s rocket failure leaves NASA astronauts with no way to get into orbit — and it could force the space station to evacuate
A Soyuz rocket carrying a NASA astronaut and a cosmonaut aborted after launching on Thursday. Russia's space agency is investigating the mishap, but if its Soyuz rocket system is not re-approved for flight by January 2019, three people on board the International Space Station may have to evacuate.
"The crew is returning to Earth in a ballistic descent mode," NASA said, adding that the descent would take place at a steeper angle than usual but that rescue crews were en route to the expected scene of the landing.
‘Holy shite, what am I seeing out here?’: 7 astronauts reveal what it really feels like to live in space
Fewer than 540 people have ever left this planet. We asked seven astronauts what the experience of being away from Earth was like on a personal level.
NASA astronaut Scott Kelly thinks we should never have all humans on Earth at the same time ever again
NASA astronaut Scott Kelly lived on the International Space Station during his one-year mission. Before the ISS comes to an end, he hopes for a replacement.
Astronaut Scott Kelly shared some of the strangest, most interesting details about floating around the International Space Station for a year.
"Unfortunately I have some not-so-great news for you guys."
A rocket is taking off for the ISS tonight, and it should be visible from much of the East Coast.