International Space Station
An astronaut from Colorado is on track to arrive at the International Space Station after a delay.
An astronaut from Colorado will have to wait until Thursday before reaching the International Space Station.
University of Colorado Boulder alumnus and NASA astronaut Steve Swanson is heading to space.
A 6-year-old Denver boy spent the day at Kennedy Space Center on Saturday to continue his ‘mission’ of saving NASA and fulfilling his dream of becoming an astronaut.
A Colorado company developing a spaceship to take astronauts to the International Space Station has run the craft through a series of tests at a NASA facility in California.
Historically, U.S. space exploration has depended almost solely on NASA for funding, which left missions — and the researchers behind them — at the whim of the Congressional budgetary process.
Colorado is becoming a major player in the space industry and NASA just awarded a local company millions of dollars to build space products.
CBS4 received some calls and emails from viewers who thought they saw a spaceship in Broomfield Tuesday morning. It turns out they were right.
The first private rocket used to send supplies to the International Space Station launched this week and hundreds of families have a very personal interest in the mission.
Some students got out of the classroom on Thursday to meet a NASA Astronaut.