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Mars sample space race heats up after big claims come out of China
The space race between NASA and China has just got even hotter after China's space agency dropped massive claims on Mars samples.
NASA's Hubble Telescope snaps phenomenal image of galaxy cluster
NASA's famous Hubble Space Telescope has snapped an image of a massive galaxy cluster located in the Ursa Major constellation.
Astronaut describes what it was like to see Ukraine war from space
ESA astronaut Matthias Maurer spoke with German broadcaster ARD to recount his time in space watching as the Ukraine war unfolded.
New jaw-dropping Mars images showcase the Red Planet's complex history
A new set of images of Mars look like someone has run their fingernails across the surface of the Red Planet to create trenches.
Upcoming Mars rover launch on Russian rocket suspended by ESA
The ExoMars mission by the ESA to deliver the Rosalind Franklin rover to Mars on a Russian Proton rocket has been suspended.
Enormous solar eruption caught on video by ESA satellite
The ESA's Solar Orbiter has captured video of the largest solar prominence seen in a single field of view with the solar disc.
Space 'rewired' the brains of cosmonauts, new study finds
Researchers have identified how space influences neuroplasticity changes in cosmonauts' brains, altering gray and white matter.
ISS captures phenomenal images of Earth, displaying its beauty
The International Space Station has snapped some phenomenal images of Earth, showcasing the beauty of our little blue planet.
ESA captures detailed new images of Mars volcanoes and craters
ESA's Mars Express satellite has observed the Jovis Tholus shield volcano on the Martian surface along with a large nearby crater.
Satellites watched a giant iceberg release 152 billion tons of water
The massive A68A iceberg that broke off Antarctica in 2017 deposited 152 billion tons of water into the ocean near South Georgia.
Not all planets are shaped like Earth, weird deformed planet found
Data acquired by the Hubble Space Telescope indicates that planets aren't strictly spherical and that some can come in weird forms.
Failed Russian rocket piece uncontrollably meteors back down to Earth
A failed Russian rocket part from the heavy-class launch vehicle Angara-A5 has uncontrollably plummeted back down to Earth.
Mars orbiter photographs 'powdered sugar on a rich velvet cake'
The European Space Agency and Roscosmos ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter has captured what looks like a rich red velvet Mars cake.
NASA telescope images majestic spiral galaxy, 'bright bands of stars'
A NASA telescope snapped a stunning image of a 'majestic' spiral galaxy located approximately 250 million light-years from Earth.
500,000 miles away something is being slowly eaten by this star
Data from NASA's X-ray observatory has been found to contain evidence of something being consumed by a star 500,000 miles away.
Satellite to perform its riskiest Earth fly-by yet, will go to the Sun
The European Space Agency's satellite that is headed towards monitoring the Sun will perform its riskiest fly-by of Earth yet.
James Webb Space Telescope inches closer to launch, instrument checked
The James Webb Space Telescope is inching closer to launch as NASA announce one of its four instruments has been checked.
China's Mars rover needs help to get new data back to Earth
The China National Space Administration (CNSA) will soon relay its data from its rover back to Earth with the help of the ESA.
Blast from the Sun hit Earth, causing beautiful auroras to appear
Close to the start of the month, the Sun emitted a blast of charged particles directly towards Earth. The collision caused auroras.
Hubble takes an image of a dangerous cosmic dance between two galaxies
The Hubble Space Telescope has been used to capture a dangerous dance between two interacting galaxies out in deep space.
Spacecraft uses gravity to slow down, takes first image of Mercury
The European Space Agency and the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency have achieved the first fly-by of Mercury with its spacecraft.
First evidence found of one planet orbiting three stars at once
Astronomers are honing in on a specific star system that looks like Saturn's rings if they had a massive gap in between them.
Comet traveling 84,000 mph is fast-approaching Earth very soon
A world famous comet that was once landed on by the European Space Agency is making an extremely fast approach towards Earth.
Hubble snaps a jaw-dropping image of a cluster of candy-colored stars
The European Space Agency published a new image of a gorgeous cluster of candy-colored stars taken by the Hubble Space Telescope.
NASA's James Webb Space Telescope locks in new launch date
After announcing a delay, NASA and the European Space Agency have announced a new launch date for the James Webb Space Telescope.
We just detected a mysterious exoplanet that has no known 'equivalent'
The European Space Agency has stumbled across an exoplanet that is being described as a planet 'without a known equivalent.'
NASA's latest cargo trip to the ISS contains a game-changing machine
NASA's latest cargo trip to the International Space Station contains a machine that may change the game for Mars/Moon colonists.
NASA releases 'dark' images of Earth's 'closest neighbor'
NASA has released some 'dark' images of Earth's 'closest neighbor' taken by the Solar Orbiter Heliospheric Imager telescope.
'Very exciting' exoplanet with more water than Earth discovered
Astronomers have stumbled upon a 'very exciting' exoplanet with more water than Earth and can be seen with the naked eye.
Here's how many atoms are in the observable universe
Have you ever wondered how many atoms are in the observable universe? The math has been done, and here is the closest answer.
International Space Station will soon get a 'walking' robotic arm
The International Space Station will soon be given a very long 'walking' robot arm that was delayed from launching for 20 years.
James Webb Space Telescope, Hubble's successor locks in launch date
The project manager for the James Webb Space Telescope said that the telescope and the Ariane 5 rocket are confirmed for launch.
NASA astronauts complete rollout of massive ISS solar panel array
NASA astronauts were tasked with rolling out a new solar array and equipping it to the International Space Station power supply.
Solar Orbiter tool records very first video of a coronal mass ejection
A Sun probe built by the European Space Agency and NASA has captured its first video of the Sun emitting a coronal mass ejection.
Increased China nitrogen dioxide emissions, recovery from COVID-19?
Do increased nitrogen dioxide NO2 emissions readings over China confirm the start of a recovery from Coronavirus?
ExoMars mission delayed until 2022 to test crafts descent parachutes
The European Space Agency has postponed the launch of ExoMars mission, delaying it for a further two years.
Solar Orbiter probe bound for the Sun planned to reveal major secrets
A Sun probe is launching, and aboard it are state-of-the-art instruments that will unlock major secrets.
Europe to launch kamikaze space robots that will save our atmosphere
Europe is planning on launching space robots into low-Earth orbit that will clean-up our mess.
The Romeo and Juliet of Galaxies spotted by NASA's Hubble Telescope
The Hubble Space telescope has gifted us with two galaxies that have bound to the fate of Romeo and Juliet.
ESA 3D prints bricks which may help build lunar colonies
ESA produced their first 3D printed brick, which could help with the building material on the Moon.
ESA gets $425 million extra to complete ExoMars mission
The member nations held a two-day meeting in Switzerland where it has been announced that they will provide extra funds.
ExoMars' first images show a fascinating view of Mars
The European Space Agency has published a video compiled of a series of images taken in November by the TGO.
European Space Agency is looking into 3D-printed moon bases
Thought 3D printer were useless for now? Well, the ESA is exploring the idea of 3D-printed moon base.