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Europe signs €86 million deal to bring space trash home
The European Space Agency said on Thursday that the deal with ClearSpace SA will lead to the "first active debris removal mission in 2025".
US-European ocean monitoring satellite launches into orbit
Sea-surface heights are affected by heating and cooling of water, allowing scientist to use the altimeter data to detect such weather-influencing conditions as the warm El Nino and the cool La Nina.
UK firm Metalysis wins contract to extract oxygen from moon rock
A British firm has won a €280,000 European Space Agency contract for technology to extract oxygen from moon dust and rocks.
NASA launches new satellite to monitor rising sea levels
The spacecraft is the latest initiative by the space agency to gather data about changing sea levels.
Romania's world-beating laser project could be victim of infighting
It is a 356 million euro laser that is able to reproduce what happens when a star collapses deep in space. But the Romanian project has hit a very human hurdle. Here's how.
What a mission to Mars can teach us about protecting planet Earth
It's a lot more than you might think.
Thomas Pesquet to be first European to fly aboard SpaceX capsule
"I am thrilled to be the first European to fly on the new generation of US crewer spacecraft," Pesquet said.
'Beam me up to Bay 9': Astronaut recalls mission as Hubble turns 30
The Hubble Space Telescope celebrates its 30th anniversary today (April 24). For three decades its extraordinary images and data have helped us better understand the universe.
Effects of coronavirus spread to solar system as space missions paused
Spacecraft flying around Mars and on their way to the Sun are being placed on standby as the effects of the coronavirus pandemic spread into the solar system
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Back to Earth: Luca Parmitano reflects on his mission on board the ISS
After six months as commander of the International Space Station, the Italian space explorer has his feet back on solid ground.
Solar Orbiter launches from Cape Canaveral for journey to the sun
The Solar Orbiter, a joint mission between the European Space Agency (ESA) and NASA, has launched. The mission aims to give close-up views of the Sun's polar regions and observe its magnetic activity.
ISS crew return to earth with a with a hero's and heroine's welcome
Euronews' favourite astronaut Luca Parmitano comes back to earth accompanied by record breaker Christina Koch and cosmonaut Alexander Skvortsov
NASA astronauts complete space-walk to fix cosmic ray detector
The Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS) has been capturing high-energy cosmic rays to help research on 'dark matter' and the mysterious dark energy that is speeding up the expansion of the cosmos.
Space Station crew greet New Year across multiple time zones
While much of the world was celebrating Christmas and the New Year, it was business as usual on board the International Space Station. But it wasn't all work and no play.
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Space tourism is coming soon says European Space Agency chief
But he stressed it's up to private industry, not European taxpayers, to foot the bill for new rockets and launchpads.
It's 40 years since Europe launched its first rocket
Europe launched its Ariane rocket for the first time exactly 40 years ago to compete in the race for space. Now, it's looking to gain a competitive edge.
Space agency warns of 'disaster' over levels of man-made junk
There is no international platform to organize space traffic. If your satellite might collide with another, you send the operator an email.
Astronauts conduct health experiment and spacewalk
Euronews space correspondent and European Space Agency (ESA) astronaut Luca Parmitano has sent the latest instalment of Space Chronicles, a series in which he documents his experiences on the International Space Station (ISS) over a six-month period.
Ask Our Astronaut | How do you stay sane in space?
Our space correspondent Luca Parmitano answers to another question of yours. Today, he tells us more about mental health in the International Space Station
Astronaut Luca Parmitano talks water recycling in space
"On the space station, we already recover 95% of the water onboard," explains Euronews space correspondent and ESA astronaut Luca Parmitano.
Watch live: Astronauts Parmitano and Morgan fix cosmic ray detector
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Sending Europeans to the moon: ESA signals ambition with record budget
The European Space Agency is pursuing a number of ambitious projects, including a mission to test asteroid deflection capability
Despite Brexit, UK 'set to increase funding' to European Space Agency
Negotiations are ongoing at Space19 ministerial council, where the UK is expected to announce an increase in its funding to the European Space Agency.
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Ask our Astronaut | How can we monitor climate change from space?
In Ask Our Astronaut, Luca Parmitano answers public questions. In this first episode, Luca gives us unique insights about climate change from space.
Watch: Luca Parmitano's epic spacewalk to fix dark matter mission
Watch Euronews' space correspondent Luca Parmitano lead one of the most challenging ever spacewalks