The International Space Station has a satellite launching cannon. Or that's what that would have us believe it launches.
Humans have managed to get together long enough to have a space station in orbit for a decade and a half, and counting.
The Olympic flame, on the other hand, remains on the no-fly list.
There are a limited number of parking spots up on the ISS, and sometimes the astronauts have to shuffle spacecraft around.
An astronaut on the ISS takes a picture of a Russian rocket leaving a gigantic glowing cloud in orbit.
For now, the same cannot be said for the Curiosity rover or the flu vaccine.
Orbital Sciences will be the second private firm to send a spacecraft to the International Space Station.
We should apologize for posting two ISS images on back to back days. But, we're not going to, because this one is worth it.
The little red boot-clad bot shot video from the International Space Station, wished earthlings hello and created peace on earth, all in Japanese. Watch the just released of Kirobo, the first robot astronaut sending his greetings from space.
When the robot overlords take over, Kirobo just might be as famous as Neil Armstrong.