Britain's 1st Spacewalker Joins Texan On Int'l Space StationTwo astronauts — a Texan and Britain's first spacewalker — ventured outside Friday morning to restore full power to the International Space Station.
Christmas Delivery: 1st Shipment In Months At Space StationThe International Space Station accepted its first U.S. shipment in more than half a year early Wednesday, receiving Christmas presents and much-needed groceries for the resident astronauts.
Students At Texas School 'Chat It Up' With Space Station AstronautsIt was truly an out of this world experience for students at Fort Worth's Daggett Montessori School. Children had the chance to take part in a very special Q&A with an astronaut aboard the International Space Station.
SpaceX Launch Ends In Failure, Rocket EruptsAn unmanned SpaceX rocket carrying supplies and a first-of-its-kind docking port to the International Space Station broke apart Sunday shortly after liftoff.
American Astronaut Prepares For ISS MissionAmerican astronaut Reid Wiseman is training for a trip to the International Space Station in three weeks. But first, he spoke with CBS 11 News from his base in Star City, Russia.
Cdr. Chris Hadfield Covers David Bowie In SpaceIn his last night aboard the International Space Station, Canadian Commander Chris Hadfield released a video cover of David Bowie's "Space Oddity".
Musicians Could Set New Record At UNT Horn SymposiumMusicians from around the world are gathering in Denton this weekend to try to set a new world record. They’ll be performing in the world’s largest French horn ensemble.
Texas Officials Quiet On Space Launch Site Project Proponents of a Texas space base reportedly are getting little encouragement from state officials.
Astronauts In Orbit Chat With Eager Mansfield ISD StudentsOn Tuesday afternoon, fifth and sixth graders from Asa E Low Intermediate School anxiously awaited a direct link to the vast, cold darkness of outer space.
Texas Plant Will Turn Sewage Into Drinking WaterAfter years of diminishing water supplies, some communities are resorting to a plan that might seem absurd: turning sewage into water.
Shuttle's Last Hookup: Hugs, Kisses And EmotionAs the miles melted between Atlantis and the International Space Station, the emotions grew -- in orbit and on the ground.
With Shuttle Program Ending, What's Next For NASA?While today's shuttle launch will be the last "blast off" for the foreseeable future, that doesn't mean the folks at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston will be getting a break any time soon. CBS11 was the only North Texas station allowed access to see what NASA's doing when the shuttle program ends.