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Star Trek's Captain Kirk launched into space for the first time on Wednesday onboard Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin capsule.
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Mercury mission captures its first images of the 'Swift Planet'
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This Russian duo are set to make the first feature film in space
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World's first space tourists splash down after three days in orbit
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SpaceX: 4 amateur astronauts launch into space on Inspiration4 mission
The Inspiration4 mission will see the four crew orbit the Earth for three days before splashing down in the Atlantic.
Auroras paint the sky in stunning timelapse filmed from space
French Astronaut Thomas Pesquet has been documenting the northern lights shimmering over the northern hemisphere throughout last month, with this timelapse footage published on Tuesday capturing another stunning view of the green waves of light
These are the endangered plants we could grow on Mars
The soil on Mars is thought to be rich in iron, meaning leafy green vegetables could thrive.
Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin sues NASA over moon landing contract
The Amazon founder’s space company filled a lawsuit against NASA, challenging its decision to award a lucrative contract to rival SpaceX.
500 million-year-old 'Blob' that can think is being blasted into space
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Russian module knocks International Space Station out of position
A newly arrived Russian science lab briefly knocked the International Space Station out of position when it accidentally fired its thrusters.
The Robotic Arm is the latest space engineering project at the ESA
A new robotic arm will soon arrive at the Russian part of the International Space Station to help astronauts with maintenance and the transportation of things.
NASA and ESA to test nudging asteroids off collision course with Earth
It's World Asteroid Day! And to celebrate, Euronews looks at two missions launching into space that will see how potentially dangerous asteroids could be nudged off course by flying a spacecraft into them.
The world's first space travel agency has opened in the UK
Holiday in space anyone? This can be your chance to book a stratospheric and unique trip.
New way to scan for life signs remotely could help discover alien life
Detecting "biosignatures" from a moving helicopter is the first step towards detecting alien life from orbit, the researchers said.
ISS astronauts make second spacewalk to fit new solar panels
Astronauts working on the International Space Station have made their second attempt in a week at installing powerful new solar arrays.
China releases images taken by its Zhurong rover on Mars
China is the second country to land and operate a spacecraft on Mars, after the United States.
Can virtual reality tours improve nursing home residents’ health?
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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.
The space telescope that might unlock the secrets of the universe
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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.
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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.