During the interview, astronaut Scott Kelly, who had posted an aerial image of Louisville, Kentucky on his Twitter page on Derby Day, says he was able to watch the Kentucky Derby from the station.
Two months ago, Butch Wilmore returned from the International Space Station. This week, he spoke with WDRB's Travis Kircher about turkey calls, Christmas in space, and the station's Great Condiments Shortage.
A non-profit learning center created to teach students about the challenges of space exploration has been put "on hold" by JCPS, according to the center's acting director.
Rivercity Rocketry, a team of engineering students from the University of Louisville's J.B. Speed School of Engineering, has been awarded second place in a national high-powered rocketry competition held by NASA.
Singer Sarah Brightman was scheduled to launch aboard a Russian Soyuz spacecraft in September for a brief, 10-day mission aboard the space station.
After a six-month stay on the International Space Station, they were supposed to come home this week. Now, it looks like they'll be staying a bit longer...
While many people all over the world were preparing for the Kentucky Derby Saturday morning, astronaut Scott Kelly got a unique view of Churchill Downs, from 400 kilometers up.
The crew of Expedition 44 says the sky is gradually opening up to more 'unconventional' astronauts.
It was 'all systems go' at the Kentucky Science Center Saturday as students got to hear from Hoot Gibson -- a real life astronaut -- as part of Mission Discovery.
The camp will now be held March 21-22 and March 28-29, according to Michelle Ham, the camp's organizer. It had originally been scheduled for Feb. 21-22 and Feb. 28 - March 1, but was rescheduled due to the winter weather.
A new kind of camp is coming to the Louisville Science Center later this month -- and some of the lucky campers will be rewarded by being able to send their own science experiment to the International Space Station.
But as "smoke" pours and alarm bells ring, not every mission goes as planned...
Two crew members are back in the U.S. portion of the International Space Station -- at least temporarily -- following an early-morning evacuation prompted by an alarm indicating a possible ammonia leak.
Web Producer Travis Kircher sounds off on his experience of watching the launch of NASA's Orion spacecraft -- and theorizes about what the future may hold.
WDRB is on the ground at Kennedy Space Center as NASA prepares for what some are calling the biggest launch since the Apollo days.