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New Zealand rocket launched to send 34 satellites into orbit
A California-based company got closer to pulling off the feat of catching a falling rocket on Tuesday as it seeks to make them reusable for satellite launches.
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A helicopter snagged a falling space rocket in an attempt to reuse it – but it ultimately dropped it in the ocean.
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Russian convicted of spying in Germany
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Exoplanet nine times the size of Jupiter found still 'in the womb'
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NASA astronaut and Russian cosmonauts return to Earth
On Wednesday, the record-breaking US NASA astronaut Mark Vande Hei and Russian cosmonauts Pyotr Dubrov and Anton Shkaplerov returned to earth from the International Space Station onboard a Soyuz MS-19.
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To infinity and beyond: the new space age
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Living in a bubble: Did this failed 90s experiment predict the future?
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Scientists discover a 'spooky' object in the Milky Way that flashes
The spinning object is seen to emit a huge burst of energy lasting up to a minute every 18 minutes.
German prosecutors charge Russian scientist with alleged spying
The suspect is accused of passing information on European rockets to Russian intelligence.
Space telescope blasts off from French Guiana to replace aging Hubble
The world's most powerful space telescope has blasted off into orbit, headed to an outpost 1.5 million kilometres from Earth.
The dawn of a new age: how 2021 changed our relationship with Space
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Space can help solve Earth's most pressing challenges
The European Space Agency says space is critical to help solve Earth's most complex problems such as climate change.
Have we found the first planet outside of our galaxy?
A Saturn-sized exoplanet might have been discovered by astronomers using Nasa's Chandra X-Ray Telescope.
In the Israeli desert, astronauts simulate "life on Mars"
Equipped with space suits, astronauts advance with heavy steps towards a Martian station erected in a crater in Israel.
Smoke alarms go off at the International Space Station
The crew reported noticing smoke and the smell of burnt plastic.
SPACE: Astronauts aboard ISS take part in first ‘Space Olympics’
The International Space Station Expedition 65 crew recorded themselves having a day of ‘weightless fun’ at the end of a long week of work. From Earth orbit, 400 km above our planet, the crew present the very first “Space Olympics”.
Musk's SpaceX lands NASA launch contract for Jupiter moon mission
SpaceX lands NASA launch contract for mission to Jupiter's moon Europa
Squid in space could help NASA keep astronauts fit and healthy
NASA researchers say the squid's relationship with the bacteria that make them glow could hold the key to keeping astronaut immune systems strong.
China launches first crew to live on new space station
China has launched the first three-man crew to its new space station on Thursday in a major advance for the burgeoning space power.
Sleeping fish hold the key to surviving manned missions to Mars
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China's Zhurong rover roams the surface of Mars for the first time
China's Mars Rover, Zhurong left its module for the first time for a successful drive around on the surface of the Red Planet.
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Space-aged wine could sell for $ 1 million after spending time on ISS
Christie’s, the London auction house, is selling a bottle of French wine that spent more than a year in orbit aboard the International Space Station.
Molecule discovery proves there could be life beyond our solar system
An international team of astronomers has moved one step closer to finding new planets similar to Earth with a groundbreaking study.