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Twenty seventeen will mark the launch of the space telescope, CHEOPS by the European space agency ESA.
Central American sky lit up by spectacular meteor burst
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Students and NASA design suit for Mars
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Can we deflect asteroids?
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Europe prepares for supermoon
Clear skies permitting, skywatchers will be in for a rare astronomical treat this evening – a supermoon is set to grace Europe’s skies.
Moon poised to make nearest pass of earth since 1948
Stargazers are poised to see the moon as it has rarely been seen.
Via Lactea project reveals a new view of the Milky Way
Our galaxy as you have never seen it before and a huge amount of important scientific data to better understand its behavior and evolution.
Takeaway: the star factory
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LIVE: what happened to the Mars landing Schiaparelli probe?
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.
Europe and Russia's mission to Mars
The ExoMars mission blasted off seven months ago abord a Russian rocket from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.
Is there life on Mars? Landing of ExoMars probe today may tell us more
Destination: The Red Planet.
A giant leap forward? China embarks on its longest space mission to date
China's Shenzhou-11 docks at the Tiangong 2 space lab in what could be a giant leap forward for its space programme.
All you need to know about Europe's new mission to Mars
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 arrives at the Red 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…
ExoMars has Red Planet in its sights - within days!
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Mission accomplished: Rosetta crash crowns ESA's historic achievement
The European Space Agency's Rosetta mission has come to a close with success after crash landing hits target
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Microbes and the meaning of life?
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