Sentinel 2-B, the European Space Agency's latest satellite, will be launched from French Guyana
Astronomers announce the discovery of seven earth-sized planets orbiting a star just 40 light years away from our solar system.
There are probably many millions of Earth-like planets across the Milky Way that we could potentially walk around on, with liquid water and maybe even bacterial life on the…
On April 12, 1961 cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin became the first man in space, an achievement that marks the beginning of human spaceflight and was humanity’s first step into the…
In this edition of Space, Euronews correspondent Jeremy Wilks reports from the Observatory of Geneva – home to experts in exoplanets, the name given to planets outside our solar…
The Legends of Space series celebrates the greatest moments in space exploration, from Sputnik to Rosetta.
Food for astronauts on board the International Space Station is definitely not attractive, no matter the format in which it is consumed.
The ExoMars 2020 rover will carry a special camera to help in the hunt for life
In the edition of Space, Euronews correspondent Jeremy Wilks reports from the Observatory of the Côte d’Azur in the south of France on a unique mission to deflect an…
Francois Forget is a researcher at the CNRS in Paris, and member of the ExoMars 2016 team.
Euronews' Jeremy Wilks talks to Jan Wörner, Director General of the European Space Agency on the future of European space travel
Our galaxy as you have never seen it before and a huge amount of important scientific data to better understand its behavior and evolution.
The Via Lactea project has created the largest database on the Milky Way The data was collected by the Herschel telescope with more than 900 hrs of observations.
The two Russians and one American arrived at the ISS two days after their spacecraft had left Earth. They will stay in space until February.
The ExoMars team had their hearts in their mouths as the Schiaparelli probe went missing just as the TGO mothership swept into a perfectly timed orbit.
The European Space Agency (ESA) is hailing its ExoMars mission a success despite mystery over the fate of a lander supposed to have touched down on the Red…
The fate of a European probe supposed to have touched down on Mars on Wednesday remains a mystery.
Scientists are scrambling to confirm the status of the European lander which was due to have landed on the Red Planet's surface, after contact was lost during its descent.
Along with Svetlana Gerasimenko, Churyumov discovered comet 67P, which the Rosetta mission successfully landed its philae lander on in 2014.
Since Europe's 1998 decision to have its own Earth Observation system it has spent several billion euros putting the Copernicus programme's Sentinel satellites into space. Despite the huge costs the d
A bittersweet day for the ESA as they celebrate the success of their comet mission after working together on the project for more than 30 years.
Scientists at the ESA control centre in Germany clapped and hugged after screens showed the loss of signal after the final, historic touchdown.