Scientists are voicing concern about the growing danger of space debris spinning around our planet.
What defines Earth as a planet? We're visit a Roman aqueduct and a satellite control centre to find out in this episode of Space.
On April 6, 1965 the first commercial communications satellite, Early Bird was launched into orbit.
NASA announced the discovery of seven planets that could host life like on Earth.
If you've missed the fireworks of the New Year, don't fret. Mother Nature will give you another opportunity to start 2017 with stars in your eyes
People come out onto the streets in Nicaragua, Guatemala, and El Salvador to watch giant fireball in the sky.
A full-scale, wearable and adjustable model of a space suit designed for the first Mars landing underwent testing on Monday (5 December) at the Rhode Island School of…
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…
Clear skies permitting, skywatchers will be in for a rare astronomical treat this evening – a supermoon is set to grace Europe’s skies.
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.
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.
China's Shenzhou-11 docks at the Tiangong 2 space lab in what could be a giant leap forward for its space programme.
Mars has long piqued people’s interest – from science fiction tales of Martians to Elon Musk’s goal of one day colonising the planet.
ExoMars is a mission of firsts – if all goes to plan then this will be Europe’s first controlled landing on Mars, and this is the first mission of its kind to go directly in search of signs of…
The European Space Agency's Rosetta mission has come to a close with success after crash landing hits target
French ESA astronaut Thomas Pesquet is going for a swim, but this is one dip with a difference. Pesquet is taking his last training session in NASA's Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory at Johnson Space Cente
Nasa believes it has more proof that Europa, one of Jupiter’s moon, is expelling large plumes of water. And where there is water, life can find a
An excavating team in Argentina have unearthed a rock weighing over 30 tonnes it is thought could be one of the world’s largest meteorites.