China has taken another step forward in its space programme with the launch of its first cargo spacecraft.
Italian rocket engine maker Avio launches its shares on the Milan exchange, raising money to better compete against rivals SpaceX and Blue Origin.
Final preparations are underway at the Airbus satellite assembly facility in Toulouse, southern France for a landmark launch.
“You have probably used an app on your mobile phone to get the weather forecast.
On April 6, 1965 the first commercial communications satellite, Early Bird was launched into orbit.
Scientists in Chile believe the discovery of life in the country’s arid Atacama Desert could provide new insights into finding life forms on Mars Last year, US scientists analysing data from a NASA sp
NASA announced the discovery of seven planets that could host life like on Earth.
The private Californian company SpaceX has successfully launched a Falcon 9 rocket.
Behind the scenes at the Canadian Space Agency to meet the team that controls the Canadarm 2, trains astronauts to use space robots, and develops rovers for the Moon and Mars.
It is just one small step towards understanding one of the great mysteries of the universe - why does anything exist?
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…
From the ocean depths to the vastness of the cosmos, new technologies give scientists a better understanding of the world around us.
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 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.
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
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
After nearly two years missing in action, Rosetta's small lander Philae has finally been located in a shadowed spot on the comet 67-P - also known as Churyumov Gerasimenko - just three weeks before th