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Strange ‘heartbeat’ signal detected in depths of space
The signal is coming from a galaxy billions of light-years from Earth.
Screens in Times Square display images from Space Telescope
Screens in Times Square display images just released by the James Webb Space Telescope, heralding a new era of astronomy.
NASA sets up UFO study, and it’s no joke
The truth is out there, and NASA is going after it.
Total lunar eclipse: Moon to turn red for many lucky earthlings
Sunday will mark this year’s first total lunar eclipse, causing the Moon to temporarily turn red. Although not everyone will get the same view.
SpaceX capsule returns 4 astronauts from 6-month ISS mission
The crew conducted various scientific experiments, tested new robot devices and harvested chilli peppers grown in orbit.
Neptune is getting unexpectedly cooler and scientists don’t know why
New research reveals mysterious patterns in the temperatures of this far-flung icy planet.
Astronomers spot the most distant galaxy on record
It's 13.5 billion light-years away and it's been forming stars at an "incredible rate".
SpaceX launches first fully commercial astronaut team to ISS
The team will carry out science experiments onboard, including research on brain health, cardiac stem cells, cancer and ageing.
Long-term space missions alter astronauts’ brains, study finds
A team of researchers studied 12 astronauts who had spent at least 6 months in space to see what effect it had on their brains.
NASA raises concerns about SpaceX plan to deploy 30,000 satellites
NASA said Elon Musk's plans could flood Earth's orbit with objects, which would make its flights and observations more difficult.
To infinity and beyond: the new space age
From intergalactic travel to tackling climate change, in this episode The Exchange focuses on the space economy. Set to become a trillion dollar industry by 2030, we look at what's driving investment in this fast growing sector.
Could sending muscle cells to space help us age well?
The study, called MicroAge, is being conducted by UK researchers, who are seeking a better understanding of why muscles get weaker as people age.
Scientists discovered a planet they thought would be impossible
The discovery of one of the largest planets ever detected has shattered assumptions of how and where planets can form.
Belgian city celebrating its explosive history with a Big Bang!
Birthplace of the Big Bang theory, the Belgian city of Leuven is celebrating its history with a three-month-long arts festival.
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.
What you need to know about NASA’s dry run to save us from armageddon
NASA is launching a spacecraft the size of a golf cart to crash into an asteroid, which could tell us what to do if one ever did hit Earth.
What can space tell us about life on Earth?
Airbus’s space based environmental monitoring strategies are high-tech solutions helping tackle climate challenges.
The race is on to stop solar flares from crashing our digital systems
A team of UK researchers are testing ways to shield electronics from solar radiation which could scramble the binary code that the smooth functioning of our digital world depends on.
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.
World Space Week celebrates women pursuing careers in space
European Space Agency instructor Loredana Bessone says girls should be encouraged to enter the field of science at an early age.
Russian film crew blasts off to make first movie in space
A Russian actor and a film director rocketed to space on Tuesday on a mission to make the world's first movie in orbit.
NASA’s Perseverance Rover takes important step in hunt for alien life
NASA’s Perseverance Rover took its first Mars rock sample last week and it could be key to discovering if there has ever been life on Mars.
Chinese robotic spacecraft docks with the country's new space station
An automated space module has successfully docked with China's new space station, Tianhe, to deliver living supplies and space suits.
Meteorite that crashed into English driveway goes on display at museum
The 4.5-billion-year-old meteorite crash-landed in front of a house in Winchcombe, Gloucestershire in February this year.
China says rocket debris landed in Indian Ocean
The head of NASA accused China of “failing to meet responsible standards” after debris from its rocket landed near the Maldives.
Space startups: nurturing the next generation
Business Planet ventures into orbit to explore the EU’s big plans to boost startups working in Europe’s Space economy.